Some photos taken from our workshop on the 1st and 2nd November with Limitlessminds Coaching and Training. All job seekers in attendance learnt a lot of valuable skills including how to write a resume/cover letter and interviewing techniques.
Are you fed up with contacting employers without getting a response? Would you like to learn key methods and skills when job searching? How about gain more confidence when attending job interviews? WHAT YOU WILL GET OUT OF THIS WORKSHOP Gain techniques of how to market yourself to employers. Learn how to build
Our Fence Two panels installed only twelve more to go! We would have got another couple installed but the wet weather defeated us. It started raining just as we set up again after lunch and as we were using power tools, we had to stop as they can’t get wet. I am very excited. I
Things are starting to grow!!! Wednesday was a lovely sunny day with a very bracing morning. The very exciting news is that the broad beans have started to sprout and the radish seeds in the green manure bed are popping up which means the wire is working to stop the rabbits devouring our vegetables.
Our Ditch FINALLY we have finished digging THE trench. Our spirits we starting to flag as digging constantly is hard work as we had finished the easy part and now had to return to the buried bricks. Luckily one of the participants used the crow-bar to see how deep they were buried and we
Community Garden Dandenong - Continued Our raised beds are 2.4 metres x 1-metre-wide and 60 cm high, built out of environmentally friendly hard wood. Never use wood that has been treated by chemicals such as arsenic or that you don’t know where it has come from. We also put on the edge of each bed a
An introduction to Lend a Hand Lend a Hand is a NFP (not for profit) organisation established to assist those currently not working find and maintain a job. Our aim is foster a more cohesive, responsible and engaged society by providing all people regardless of background or gender with the opportunity and support to take on
Lend a Hand community garden project. We have recently launched our Community garden initiative where we are growing our own vegetables and fruits for the benefits for the local community. We started by hiring our very own cabbage patch trainer & supervisor Sandra Pullman. The project started early May: Tested the soil for any dangerous
11th February 2016 Dear Chris Further to our discussion on Wednesday regarding the Lend a Hand group and the possibility of a further contract. The management committee would like to extend our thanks for the work which has been undertaken in under six months. Without this invaluable assistance many of these projects would still be