Taranaki Employment and Support Foundation Trust
TESFT, a charitable Trust, was established in 2000 to benefit the Taranaki community through the provision, promotion and facilitation of a range of training, education and work opportunities that will assist those without work find employment by:
The Trust runs a number of projects to further this aim, in particular:
All projects are situated at:
36 Devon Street West.
Community Computer Access Centre
ALL THE TRAINING IS FREE;
What we teach...
International Computer Driving License Certificate
A self-taught course where all the Microsoft Office programs are explained plus Google Drive, Filing and Computer Management. You can study any day, any time and no booking required. You need to enrol first and be given a login number. A little previous computer experience would be an advantage. If you require a certificate, there is a small cost for sitting the online exams. This is optional.
Nigel King or Brett Hall
New Plymouth Volunteer Centre
Volunteering what is it?
Sharing your time, your skills and your friendship with others who need a hand. It gives you new experiences, new friends and new horizons to explore.
Everybody can volunteer - we all have got things to share, even if it is just a smile and a chat. There is always someone who will be glad to see you.
What’s in it for me?
Volunteering gives you the opportunity to:
HOW CAN I HELP!
BY SHARING YOUR TIME:
The volunteer Service needs people with a variety of skills.
CAN YOU HELP?
No matter what your talent may be, there will be a need for you.
Your contribution can be made in a number of ways, from answering the phone, weeding gardens, coaching sport, to operating computers and offering advice. It can be done at any time, day or night. We simply need people, all kinds of people, with time or skills or a smile to share.☺
Co-ordinator: Heather Dodunski
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