What's on for Women
The online What’s on for Women Calendar includes details on courses, events, information sessions, support groups, training, programs, workshops and activities in the ACT and region. Contributions to the calendar can now be made at any time by completing the contributors form and sending to email@example.com.
Key Dates - 2017
Choose Respect - Canberra PCYC
Certificate IV in Population Health
Chronic Conditions Seminar Series Presents
Canberra Conversation Public Lecture
Great Expectations: Inspiring Hope Through Research
Family Skills Program at Marymead
Family, Friends and Relationships Training at Sexual Health and Family Planning ACT
Law for Non-Lawyers
Moving Archetypes: Dance for Connecting
Rachael Hunter from Argentium Finance
Peakgrove Equine Assisted Experiences
SAWs' 2017 "Stepping Up - Learning Workplace Computer and English Skills for CALD Backgrounds Adult Learners" Class
Services are encouraged to display or distribute monthly calendars, and or category listings to women interested in finding out about available courses, events, and support groups by clicking on the relevant page for easy printing. For further information on the calendar or to provide feedback on the new online format, contact Women’s Information on 6205 1075, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What's on for Women is compiled by submissions made to Women's Information (WI). Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the information is accurate and current, the Community Services Directorate, in particular Women's Information, takes no responsibility for any errors, omissions or other mistakes and specifically denies any liability whatsoever for any damages resulting to any individual, group, organisation or agency resulting from any errors, omissions or other mistakes. All information has been provided by the agencies and groups themselves.
Women's Information (WI) also does not take responsibility for any privacy issues that may arise with regards to entries in the What's on for Women.
If any errors or omissions are noticed, please contact Women's Information (WI)
Phone: 02 6205 1075