Education - General Information
2015: A smaller Community Education programme will run this year. We expect the courses to start in March. Details will be posted here once the programme is finalised.
Check details of the Term 4 Programme...
Education in schools is a government funded resource, available
for adults (all those over 16 years of age, who are not full-time
secondary school students) to take advantage of continuing learning,
at low cost.
classes are held in the evening, and at Pukekohe High School (PHS)
on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. There are classes available
during the weekday, held off campus. Fees charged for classes
at PHS do not incur a rental charge, whereas those held off campus
do, and have slightly higher fees to cover this.
of classes available is as varied as the tutors available to teach.
Community members and/or tutors may suggest to the programme co-ordinator,
classes / courses which may be offered to the community.
groups/clubs may apply for some of the 450 x tutor-hours available
to them. These need to be approved by an advisory sub-committee
towards the end of each year for the next year's allocation of
- Many classes
have minimum and maximum numbers, so please enrol as soon as
- You will
be notified if the class is full, or if a minimum number has
not bee reached.
- If you
do not hear from us - please attend on the date advertised.
- Fees will
be refunded if a class fails to start or if the class is full.
Refunds are not normally given once a class starts - a $10 administration
fee will be deducted.
are not usually held on public or school holidays.
- Many classes evolve from requests made by members of the community. Let
us know your needs, tutors may also notify us of classes that
they could offer the community.
contact email address: firstname.lastname@example.org