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• By Annabelle Dick and Caitlin

Miles

SARA TEMPLETON and

Anne Galloway are the new

faces on the city council who

will represent residents in the

Southern View area.

Ms Templeton ousted Paul

Lonsdale in the Heathcote Ward

in the local body elections on

Saturday, while Mrs Galloway

won the new Halswell Ward by

97 votes over Chrys Horn.

Said Ms Templeton: “I’ve had

such amazing support from my

campaign team and the community

who have all been supporting

me through this.

“There were no expectations

at all – I was hoping to win but I

wouldn’t have stood for council

if I didn’t think I could win. But

I never expected that margin.”

Ms Templeton received 4059

votes, Mr Lonsdale 2474, and the

other unsuccessful candidate,

Malcolm Davis, received 477.

Mr Londsale was the only

sitting councillor to miss out on

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NEW ROLES: Sara Templeton (left) and Anne Galloway are two new faces around the city council table.

Ms Templeton was the Hagley-

Ferrymead Community Board

chairwoman for the last term

and has campaigned hard in the

new Heathcote Ward to join the

council table.

Building communities and

sustainability are the two key

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Mr Lonsdale was disappointed

to be unseated after the work he’s

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result played out. I’ve received

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may have been some political

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News.......................................3-8

THE SOUTHERN area will have

a mix of experienced and new

faces around the city council for

the next three years – and it looks

like a very strong team.

Newcomer Anne Galloway

slipped in by the slimmest of

margins and, as Caitlin Miles

found out, she has a very interesting

background working with

children and social services (page

1 and 3). She will be one to watch.

Meanwhile, Sara Templeton

got the nod over incumbent Paul

Lonsdale. She will continue to

be a strong advocate for the area

(page 1). City councillors Phil

Clearwater and Yani Johanson

retained their seats, while Tim

Scandrett was elected unopposed.

Voter turnout was in a word –

dismal.

Just 38 per cent of the city

voted. I’m not sure what the solution

is. Thoughts?

Hei kona – Shelley Robinson

Southern United’s Sam Lane has been named in the

Black Sticks squad to play Australia

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Flame Files.....................18

Education..............................19

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News

Phil Clearwater

• From page 1

My understanding this has

happened all over the city and

there was a phone campaign that

went on as well. I want to see if

that had a play in some of the

other parts of the city.

I’m an independent councillor

and I believe it’s really important

to have that independence

because you’re representing all

of the community not a political

party or their view. I’d be disappointed

if this happened in the

Heathcote Ward. Political interference

at this level should be a

concern to people,” he said.

Mr Lonsdale posted on

Facebook: “Thank you to all

those people who did actually

support me through this last

term. We accomplished a lot

which was no small feat given

what we inherited and got the

city back on track to be a great

place to live.”

Ms Templeton said she felt for

Yani Johanson

Tim Scandrett

Mr Lonsdale after the election

result.

Ms Templeton will also be

the councillor on the Heathcote

Ward of the Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board.

Dr Darrell Latham and Dr Tim

Lindley will fill the two community

board vacancies on the

Heathcote Ward of the Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community

Board.

“I know both of them and I

know they both work really hard

for their communities and so I

think it’ll be really good,” she

said.

Yesterday, Mrs Galloway went

straight back to work at Rowley

Ave School as part of her role

with Family Help Trust, a role

she will resign from to concentrate

on her new job.

She has been coordinator of

the learning programme for five

years but before that she spent

a year in London working with

Paul Lonsdale

primary school children who had

been expelled from school.

It is a big change for Mrs Galloway,

who is aligned with political

group The People’s Choice,

but the reason she made the

change was primarily because of

her grandchildren.

“They were a big part of my

motivation, I want my grandchildren

to have the best they can,”

Mrs Galloway said.

She and husband Hamish have

three adult children, Mathew,

Sam and Megan, who live and

work around the country and

three grandchildren, Lila, Smith

and Bella.

Mrs Galloway was born in

Christchurch and raised in Hoon

Hay and while the area falls out

of the new ward boundary she

said she has been making connections

with the wider Halswell

community.

While Mrs Galloway is aligned

with The People’s Choice she will

Mayoralty

DALZIEL, Lianne 75,091

MINTO, John 12,996

HANSEN, Tubby 1400

Spreydon Ward (one vacancy)

CLEARWATER, Phil 3883

SIATAGA, Patricia 1219

Central Ward (one vacancy)

SWIGGS, Deon 1380

TAHAU-PATON, Vicki 1039

LANGSBURY, Dora Roimata

639

BOYCE, Lindon (Boycey) 475

Heathcote Ward (one vacancy)

TEMPLETON, Sara 4059

LONSDALE, Paul 2474

DAVIS, Malcolm George 477

Cashmere Ward

Tim Scandrett

Spreydon Ward of the

Spreydon-Cashmere

Community Board (two

vacancies)

COKER, Melanie 3484

POTTER, Karolin 2775

SIATAGA, Patricia 1650

WHITE, Catherine 1159

HANSEN, Tubby 301

Central Ward of the

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

not hesitate to speak up during

city council meetings if she feels

strongly about an issue.

“If I feel strongly for something

I will voice that,” she said.

Mrs Galloway said she has a

motivation to make the city more

youth and child friendly and to

give the community more say in

the development of the area.

“It’s important to me that we

Community Board (two

vacancies)

BUCK, Sally 1632

MCLELLAN, Jake 1344

TINGA, Robin 992

LANGSBURY, Dora Roimata

883

BOYCE, Lindon (Boycey) 611

HAWKER, Wayne 493

WOOTTON, Alex 409

YEARBURY, Peter 340

Cashmere Ward of the

Spreydon-Cashmere

Community Board (two

vacancies)

MAUTNER, Helene 3931

SAMPSON, Lee 3428

CUMMING, Ian 2162

CAMERON, Rod (D) 2106

Heathcote Ward of the

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board (two

vacancies)

LINDLEY, Tim 3821

LATHAM, Darrell 2506

NEAVE, Rosemary 2385

O’GRADY, Una 1980

TODD, Craig 1546

strengthen our community’s

connection with the city,” she

said.

Meanwhile, city councillor

Yani Johanson was re-elected

with 3078 votes, with Phil

Clearwater winning the

Spreydon Ward with 3883 votes.

Tim Scandrett was elected

unopposed to the Cashmere

Ward.

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Bowie tribute picked up by

School pupils feature

in documentary

• By Annabelle Dick

CASHMERE HIGH

School students and a

Somerfield School pupil will

feature in an international

documentary after their

David Bowie tribute song

got picked up by an Italian

filmmaker.

The song, Starman in

the Stars, was written and

performed by Mandi Miller,

Mark Wilson, their band

All the Queen’s Horses and

a choir of school students.

An Italian film project,

Ritratti, will use the

music video in a collective

multi-media film called

BowieNext.

Ms Miller, of Woolston,

is overjoyed with the news,

saying she had hoped the

track would get snapped up

and used.

“I have been promoting it

and been trying to find people

that are making David

Bowie documentaries, so

this is really exciting,” she

said.

Cashmere High’s Kirsty

Tobbell, Emily Tobbell and

Elizabeth Whittington, and

Somerfield School’s Connor

Tobbell were a part of the

chorus choir.

Pupils from Sumner, Redcliffs

and Heathcote Valley

schools and Villa Maria

College also helped record

the track at Orange Studios

in Ferrymead.

It was made as a tribute

to the late David Bowie who

passed away in January this

year.

“They all learnt the chorus

and held down the main

melody and I improvised

over top of them. Their

voices really stand out,” Ms

Miller said.

“The added element of the

children in the video was

really significant to me because

Bowie was still making

music up until he passed and

I think they’re a new generation

of Bowie fans.”

Ms Miller has been a

singing teacher at Sumner

School for nearly 10 years

and also teaches at Redcliffs

School.

The 26 students that feature

are current and former

singing students of hers.

“There are some really

good voices out there and

the children are such good

kids. They’re kind and considerate

people but, vocally,

I’ve had some amazing singers

come through,” she said.

Mr Wilson and Ms Miller

make up the cover duo X-

Files and are also part of the

rock band Retrosonic and

All the Queen’s Horses.

The duo are now working

on their next video

after filming a video in the

United States.

ZIGGY STARDUST: Iconic singersongwriter

David Bowie passed away

in January this year.

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THE NEXT GENERATION: Pupils from Somerfield and nearby

schools sung their heart out in tribute to Bowie. ​

HOMAGE TO A HERO: Lead guitarist Mark Wilson said Bowie

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News

Community shocked over

playground demolition

• By Caitlin Miles

A CITY council blunder has

led to a popular Woolston

playground being demolished,

to the shock of the community.

The playground on the

boundary of Woolston Park

and Te Waka Unua School on

Ferry Rd was demolished two

weeks ago, to the surprise of

not only the community but

management at city council.

City council head of parks

Andrew Rutledge admitted

learning the playground had

been demolished had come as

a “surprise” as it was unaware

that it had.

He said a “mistake” had been

made with city council staff

failing to get proper sign-off

from management, with no

consultation being carried out

in the community either.

Mr Rutledge said in normal

circumstances the public would

have been consulted.

“It was a mistake on our

part,” he said.

But there could be a happy

ending with a new playground

for the area.

“We are committed to making

it all good for the kids,” said

Mr Rutledge.

“We will certainly be communicating

with the community

this time around on what

kind of things they want and

they will get something new to

play with,” he said.

The Ministry of Education

wanted to build a fence on the

boundary line, which meant

the playground had to go.

Woolston Community Association

coordinator Catherine

Coomber said “it was a big

shock” to see it being demolished

as they were not aware

that was happening.

Mrs Coomber wants to see

the city council provide another

playground for the children.

Cr Yani Johanson said he was

DEMOLISHED:

The Woolston

playground was

demolished with

the city council

promising to right

the situation. ​

disappointed the city council

hadn’t contacted the community.

“The community are upset

by the lack of consultation, we

didn’t know it was being demolished,”

Cr Johanson said.

A city council spokeswoman

said she would not say what

happened to the staff involved

in signing off the demolition

due to “privacy” reasons.

In Brief

CENTRE ON SCHEDULE

The St Martins Community Centre

is on track to open next month.

The centre was badly damaged

following the February 22, 2011

earthquake and demolished. Work

on a new centre, which will include

the volunteer library, began in May.

Hawkins South Island Ltd is undertaking

the work. The project will

cost $1.4 million.

PLAYCENTRE APPROVED

The city council has approved moving

a playcentre to Simeon Park.

The Canterbury Playcentre Association

requested that the city council

allow them to relocate the former

Wainoni Playcentre building from

Bickerton Reserve to Simeon Park.

The association want to use 1367

sq m of Simeon Park to build the

playcentre. The site is located next

door to Addington School.

ONE LANE ROAD

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with Fifield Tce, is down to one lane

while a new manhole is installed.

The on-going road works are not

expected to be completed until later

this month. Temporary traffic lights

have been installed to maintain

two-way traffic. Meanwhile, parts

of Wilsons Rd, between Koromiko

St and Beckford Rd, will be one-way

while waste water repairs are carried

out. North-bound traffic will

be detoured down Koromiko St,

Ngaio St and Gamblins Rd.


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Tuesday October 11 2016

News

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Concert celebrates band’s 125 years

• By Caitlin Miles

WOOLSTON BRASS has

survived the Depression, two

world wars, the February 22,

2011 earthquake and now it is

marching into its 126th year.

The band’s marketing and

sponsorship manager Caroline

Blackmore said since the band

was formed in 1891 it had survived

some ‘catastrophic’ events

over the years but it has never

stopped performing.

The band celebrated its 125th

birthday at the weekend when it

hosted a concert, playing many

of its own pieces and some old

favourites.

Miss Blackmore credits the

bands past to its award-winning

achievements.

“It’s had a successful history.

Championship wins have been

really big for us and I think it’s

part of the way we strive for music

excellence,” Miss Blackmore

said.

Miss Blackmore is the second

member of her family to be in

the band. And she’s not the only

one.

“My dad was in the band before

me and I there are a couple

of others like us. We also have a

wide age group from 19 to 70,”

she said.

She said the band of 33

musicians had received over 25

awards, unsure of just how many

it had won since it started.

“It certainly has been a lot,

with national and international

competitions,” she said.

Some of the band’s accolades

include winning the Edinburgh

Festival Contest, placing fifth in

the 1975 British Open Championships

and winning four

national contests back to back.

Music director Tyme Masters

said the band had upheld its

reputation at the latest competition

it competed in.

“At the national contest held in

Napier this year, the band maintained

its strong reputation with

success in the solo and ensemble

events,” Mr Masters said.

Over the years it has also created

eight albums, their latest, The

Woolstonian, was released earlier

this year as part of the birthday

celebrations.

The February 22, 2011 earthquake

left the band’s Woolston

building damaged and now it is

looking for a new home.

“We are looking for a site

where we can build a purpose

built studio and of course we

want to stay in Woolston,” Miss

Blackmore said.

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Black Sticks debut for Lane

SPORTS

SOUTHERN UNITED player Sam

Lane has been named in the Black

Sticks team to play Australia in

November.

The 19-year-old was named in the

New Zealand men’s team for the first

time in his young career after being a

standout player at club and provincial

level in recent years. He was one of

the top scorers in this year’s National

Hockey League scoring six goals for

the Canterbury Cavaliers, three from

field goals and three from penalty

corners.

Lane received a phone call from

Black Sticks coach Colin Batch early

last week to deliver the good news.

“It was completely unexpected, there

were no words to describe it. After the

phone call from Colin, I sat on the

couch for about two hours not knowing

what to do with myself,” said Lane.

The side to take on Australia is a

relatively young one. Fellow Canterbury

Cavaliers players David Brydon

and Dominic Newman will also make

their international debuts against

Australia. The three were part of the

Canterbury team that won this year’s

under-21 national tournament and the

Canterbury Cavaliers men’s team that

finished second at the NHL.

“With Dave and Dom Newman

there it will be something pretty

special to all debut on the same day,

we’ve gone through a lot together,”

said Lane.

Nick Haig has also made the Black

Sticks squad and was part of the Canterbury

Cavaliers men’s team that finished

second at the NHL with Brydon,

Lane and Newman.

For Cavaliers coach and former

Black Sticks player Andrew Hastie the

SPORTS

inclusion of the players comes as no

surprise.

It will be a busy end to the year for

the striker. He will be part of the three

game match trans-Tasman series in

November and will then represent

New Zealand at under-21 level at the

Junior World Cup this December in

India.

Lane and the rest of the Black Sticks

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Scrabble Club

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Spring Carnival

Saturday, 8.30am-noon

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150th Celebration Street Party

Saturday, 5-8pm

South West Baptist Church

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South West Baptist Church, Cnr

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Opawa Farmers Market

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Grab some locally-grown

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Finger Picking Delights II

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This performance showcases

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Migraine relief

Krissy Winter saw an article in the local newspaper a year ago and having suffered

from debilitating migraines wondered if the treatment would help her.

“My migraines were debilitating and

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Sometimes once a week, but generally

about once a month. I’d moved up from

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met Laurie I remember walking out and

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In the past ten years, the understanding of

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Laurie, Clare and Naomi have trained

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“In our clinics we see people from

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Generally patients will come to our

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FLAME FILES

[Edition Tuesday datE] October 11 2016

Cover a burning

pot with its lid

SOUTHERN VIEW

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Ensuring a safe

• By Mark Thomas – Fire

Risk Management Officer

AN INCIDENT in

Spreydon last Friday had

many aspects of slapstick

comedy, sadly without any

of the humour.

A young lady had oil

heating on the stove which

ignited while she wasn’t in

the room.

Like nearly anyone else

in the same situation, she

tried to put the fire out.

In this instance, she used

a towel. Now I’m not sure

if she moistened the cloth

first because the towel also

ignited.

So she then threw it

out the door. Burning oil

ignited the wall linings,

which resulted in the range

hood being destroyed.

Addington’s crew extinguished

the fire and the

poor occupant was taken

to hospital apparently in

shock. What went wrong?

Like in so many even

more serious incidents not

a lot. The first thing is to

stay in the kitchen while

any combustible is being

heated.

TRICKY: It’s duckling season again and firefighters

are expecting to rescue more of them from drains.

The second is to completely

cover the burning

pot, preferably with something

that won’t burn, like

a lid or oven tray. That’s

really all.

There’s not a huge difference

between a fire that’s a

nuisance and one that’s a

tragedy. That’s why fire is

so damned dangerous.

It’s pet and animal time.

Three cats, including a

wild one, with not one

caught up a tree, were

rescued by intrepid fire

crews around the city this

week.

And, of course, it’s duckling

season again which

meant one careless ducking

was pulled from a hole

in Goodman St, Burwood,

last Monday evening.

Almost certainly won’t be

the last.

Celebrate the success of local

businesses and people!

work place

Learning first aid is not only a

part of ensuring a safe work place, but also

an integral part of our engagement with

the wider community. We all learn the

necessary skills to ensure that in times of

emergency we are able to assist our work

colleagues, but are we able to take these

skills home, into the community or on to

the sports field?

not all work places are the same and

the injury risk for each place can be wide

and variable. The office attended by

administrators does not carry the same

risk as those people working with heavy

machinery, or perhaps at some distance

from a regular ambulance service. it is

therefore essential that you pick the right

first aid course to suit all of your activities –

both professional and social.

take, for example, an office worker who

does not have a high risk work environment

and whose concern might be to ensure

that they can deal with minor cuts and

superficial injuries, or the ability to perform

effective CPr. These skills can be achieved

on a course of eight hours duration and

would generally fit into low to medium

risk area. But take this same person on to

a sports field either as a spectator or player

when a higher level injury occurs. The eight

hour course covering unit standards 6402

and 6401 (or 26551 and 26552) does not

cover head neck and spinal injuries, eye

injuries, hypothermia and poisonings.

The majority of injuries occur outside of

the work place, in fact one in three injuries

occurs in the home, making it the most

common place for injuries to happen.

new Zealand children are twice as likely

to die through injury as children who live

in australia. They mostly die as a result

of motor vehicles accidents or falls in the

home. fatalities from leisure and sport are

not far behind those in the workplace.

The wider 12 hour course teaches the

additional unit standard 6400 and provides

a wide knowledge base for medium to high

risk environments. This course covers many

of the skills required to deal with the most

common injuries, such as falls (which can

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dealing with complex scenes such as motor

vehicle accidents.

if you are not sure on the course best

suited to your needs, ask your accredited

first aid training provider. They can explain

the course content and give you options

that will best suit your needs. Look beyond

the workplace and consider your family and

your location. Check that you have a good

quality first aid kit that is up-to-date with

replenished items, and that everyone knows

where it is located.

Thursdays at 7.30pm

CTV Freeview Channel 40,

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Monday

17 October

7 November

14 November

Friday

28 October

4 November

18 November

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Time: 8.30am – 3.15pm

Tuesday

25 October

1 November

22 November

Sunday

16 October

30 October

6 November

Wednesday

19 October

23 November

21 December

For bookings please call 0800 REDCROSS or 339-7111

Book online at www.redcross.org.nz

USE THE RED CROSS ADVANTAGE - COMPREHENSIVE FIRST AID, ESSENTIAL FIRST AID,

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SOUTHERN VIEW Tuesday October [Edition 11 datE] 2016 19 3

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Passionate tutors make

learning rewarding

Pursue a career in a trades-related field.

If 2017 is the year you have decided to

pursue a career in a trades-related field, the

Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) have

a range of options that may interest you.

With trade qualifications available from

Level 2 through to Diploma, there is a

programme to suit everyone from the

school leaver to the mature student looking

to make a change.

Studying with SIT ensures a handson

approach to learning with theory

complimenting all practical components.

Graduates leave SIT secure in the knowledge

they have the ability and qualification to

succeed in their chosen career.

Modern facilities and fantastic support

from passionate tutors with years of industry

experience make the learning environment

for students both rewarding and successful.

Trades programmes available include:

Hairdressing, Beauty Therapy, Architectural

Technology, Automotive, Automotive Heavy

Trades (Diesel), Carpentry/Construction,

Electrical, Engineering (Civil/Mechanical),

Joinery and Quantity Surveying.

Specific trades are offered at our

Christchurch Campus, visit www.sit.ac.nz

for further details.

Students aged 16 to 19 are eligible to

apply for the Youth Guarantee Scheme

when studying selected trades. If successful,

applicants’ tuition fees, material and

equipment costs will be covered.

For further information or an

appointment to view our facilities, phone

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challenges and new directions. Confident

children become well-rounded adults.

Our fully qualified teachers are trained

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they ensure each child is encouraged

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environment. Lessons stimulate and

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peer group pressure. Weekly class activities

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and improvisation. Our Youth Theatre

programme encourages the development of

leadership and organisational skills. Three

terms of the year cover the self-development

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students prepare a performance for parents

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Our safe structured learning environment

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NEW ZEALAND RED CROSS - GLOBAL LEADERS IN FIRST AID TRAINING

CHRISTCHURCH COURSE DATES 2016 • VENUE: 32 BIRMINGHAM DRIVE, MIDDLETON

Comprehensive First Aid PLUS Course (16hrs or 4hr upgrade) Comprehensive First Aid Course (12hrs)

Unit Standard 6402, 6401, 6400 and 25411 or 26552, 26551, 6400 and

25411 Cost $265.00 per person incl FA Manual & GST for 16 hours or

$80.00 per person for upgrade following completion of CFA

Time: Day One 8.30am – 5.30pm Day Two 8.30am – 5pm

Unit Standard 6402, 6401, 6400 or 26552, 26551, 6400

Cost $210.00 per person incl FA Manual & GST

Time: Day One & Day Two 8.30am - 3.15pm

16 Hours Thursday/Friday

20 & 21 October

24 & 25 November

4 Hours Friday 1.15pm-5pm

21 October

25 November

2 x Tuesdays

18 & 25 October

8 & 15 November

29 Nov & 6 December

2 x Wednesdays

26 Oct & 2 November

16 & 23 November

Thursday/Friday

13 &14 October

27 & 29 October

3 & 4 November

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OR TAIlORED TRAINING TO SUIT YOU

AT YOUR PlACE OR OURS.

Essential First Aid Course (8hrs)

Unit Standard 6402, 6401 or 26551, 26552

Cost $150.00 per person Time: 8.30am – 5.30pm

Monday

21 November

5 December

Tuesday

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8 November

13 December

Wednesday

26 October

16 November

Thursday

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3 November

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