Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Indonesian Language Classes

Fun vocational language classes run by the Australia Indonesia Association (ACT) in a private address in O’Malley. All teachers are professional and native Indonesian speaking. There are six levels
  • Advanced – Tuesdays 7-9pm
  •  Intermediate – Thursdays  7-9pm
  • Continuing Beginners - Mondays 7-9pm
  • Beginners level 3 – Mondays 7-9pm
  • Beginners level 2 –Tuesdays 7-9pm
  • Beginners level 1 -  Wednesdays 7-9pm

The next term begins in the week beginning 13 October 2014 and each class runs for 8 weeks. Cost: non members $130, members $110 and membership $10 pa.

Prizes for beginner classes – levels 1-3: $100 dinner vouchers for outstanding student in each class. Donated by the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia.

For more information: Phone: Phil 62888 640, email: phil2dom@gmail.com, see www.aia-act.org.au
The Australia Indonesia Association is a not for profit organization. However, we do raise funds to support the Association’s charitable efforts in Indonesia. The Association would like to acknowledge the support of the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in running this program.

Canberra Region Languages Forum Update October 2014

Some information about language-related activities and issues that may be of interest:
  • Some short courses in various languages enrolling now for fourth term 2014
  • Invitation to annual information exchange between schools, parent groups, teachers, and newly emerging communities in the ACT. Wed 12 November 2014 6.00pm – 8.30pm
  • ACT community language schools day, Sat 25 October 2014, 2pm -6pm. Find out more about the 50 plus language schools and playgroups teaching over 40 languages each week in the ACT region.
  • Family fun learning Mandarin, Tues, 21 October 2014, 3.20-4.50pm, 
  • ACT Bilingual Education Alliance Languages Afternoon Tea,  Sun 26 October 2014 2pm- 4pm
  • Working group established to prepare a two-year blueprint to enhance the learning of Mandarin and promote understanding of Chinese culture in ACT schools.
  • ANU Teaching Forum: upcoming talk Wed 22 October 2014, 4.15 – 5.15pm, details of previous talks and how to join the mailing list.
  • Other news from the ANU: Languages remain a priority, 2014 QS rankings, Translation Prize for ANU academic
  • Languages in the News, from September Update of LCNAU, the Languages and Cultures Network for Australian Universities
  • New ‘Harmonie Children’s Choir’ being established
See more information click HERE