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Cupcakes for Child Cancer

Posted by Community Colleges NZ on 22 July 2013 | 0 Comments

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Cupcakes for Child Cancer

ComCol Marlborough participated in the 'One Day For Child Cancer' Campaign on 18th - July - baking, designing and icing cupcakes which they sold for $3 each.  The College raised a total of $510.80.

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New Direction for North Canterbury

Posted by Community Colleges NZ on 1 July 2013 | 0 Comments

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New Direction for North Canterbury

We have recently reviewed the services that we offer at Community College North Canterbury to ensure we continue to meet the training and employment needs of the community.  We have decided not to renew the Training for Work ‘Job Connection’ and ‘Work Based Training’ programmes at our College after 30 June 2013.  Our decision has not been taken lightly as we have provided these services since we began in 1983 and have long term staff extremely skilled in this area of training.

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