Monday, 15 September 2014

Te Aroha Noa 2014

Te Aroha Noa Community Services 
Progression Pathway Pilot Class of 2014

The Progression Pathway Pilot offered to each registered family gave the opportunity to complete the Computers in Homes, Stepping Up and KiwiSkills computer modules.

It is no surprise that when the pilot was created by previous Computers in Homes Coordinator Sarah Lee and CEO of Te Aroha Noa Bruce Maden that it was going to be a fantastic opportunity for the families.  Thank you Sarah and Bruce for your innovative ideas and support of the pilot and for the families.

Not forgetting our Tutor Dale and an avid supporter of the programmes Palmerston North City Councillor Adrian Broad who spoke about the benefits of our families being 'connected'.

Dale (Tutor)

Adrian Broad (Palmerston North City Councillor)

We commend you all on completing the training and wish you well in all future endeavors.

Te Aroha Noa Community Services (TANCS) is committed to providing multi-disciplinary, holistic and integrated services that are designed to assist young families/whanau unleash their potential. It seeks to empower the community through a community development approach to identify its own needs , resources and solutions. A feature of their approach is the encouragement of community members to actively participate in the unleashing of their own lives and the community.    

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