Milpara News

We’re really proud to announce that the Houses of Neighbourhood Houses Gippsland engaged Deloitte Access Economics to conduct a review and report on the Social Return on Investment (SROI) of the work undertaken by these Houses.  We hope you enjoy reading the results – they’re pretty impressive.  The link to the report is below – enjoy


First off, we would like to apologise for the delay in our Term Program reaching some households.  There was a mix up somewhere along the lines.  If you have missed the start date of something that you were interested in attending can you please let us know.  It may be we can adjust the course fee or may have postponed a course start date to reach sufficient enrolment numbers.

Milpara will again be participating in the Orange the World – 16 days of activism against violence.  In preparation, we are inviting people to join us to make decorations for our instillation we will display during the 16 days.  We have drop in and create afternoons this month on Tuesday October 23 & 30.

We are taking enrolments for Introduction to Computers, Introduction to Computers Beyond Basics and also Office Essentials.  Office Essentials this term will have a focus on Excel and Publisher. 

We have the accredited course Traffic Management and Traffic Control on Thursday November 1.  This qualification is for people wanting to work in the civil construction industry, local councils or VIC Roads.  Bookings can be made online or by contacting Milpara on 5655 2524. The Traffic Controller ticket must be renewed every 3 years.  Update enquiries are welcome.

We really are enjoying the beautiful spring weather.  We have had some busy little worker bees in our Children’s Garden planting lots of wonderful seedlings and our strawberry plants are starting to flower why not drop by and have a look.

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