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English Conversation Class (Beginner) - Mandarin/Chinese Speaking Background - Tuesdays @ Berala Community Centre
Registrations can be taken at any point throughout the year. Preferably participants register online via this page or contact the Centre Coordinator to express your interest in participating in this group.
During School Terms - School Term Dates
10:00 am - 1:00 pm - Mornings
2 Hours - participants can join and leave at any point throughout the program
Volunteer run program, participants will be guided and supported by a volunteer tutor.
Volunteers with advanced skills interested in teaching others are always welcome and should contact the Centre Coordinator to express your interest in leading a class or supporting this class.
Restrictions / Requirements:
This class is designed for beginners and offers basic level English; this class is recommended for participants of an Mandarin speaking background only.
This English conversation class is an opportunity for individuals to begin their practice of speaking in English. Participants learn and practice basic English language concepts in a safe and supported environment.
This is a volunteer coordinated and delivered program and offers an opportunity for those of a Mandarin speaking background to develop their practical use of the English language.
There is no prerequisite to join this class, please be advised this is not 1 on 1 tutoring session and is specifically designed for people of a Mandarin Speaking Background.
This is a FREE program; however, registrations are essential for the purpose of communicating with participants and maintaining attendance records. Spaces are limited due to room size capacities; Council employs a “first in best dressed policy”
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the centre?
The centre is located a short walk from Berala Train Station and Bus Stops.
Local Bus Services: 908 Bus and N50 City to Liverpool (stops at Tilba Street and other surrounding Bus Stops)
Free Community Loop Bus Service: visit www.cumberland.nsw.gov.au/bus
The centre has accessible parking onsite from its rear car park, Woodburn Road entry.
Alternatively, ample street parking is available on Tilba Street and Woodburn Road.
To Plan Your Trip:
Call the Transport Info-Line on 131 500 or visit http://www.transportnsw.info/
What should I bring to the program?
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please contact the centre Coordinator on:
Can I update my registration information?
Yes, please send updated details to the Centre Coordinator:
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, your name will appear on an attendance sheet. The facilitator will mark you as attended.
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
This needs to be corrected ASAP, please contact the Centre Coordinator to arrange.
The program has already started; can I still join?
Most programs are designed in a way that a participant could join at any point throughout the program. Enrolments will be kept open for this purpose; you may join this program at any point.
What is this program? I have never tried this before. What does it involve?
Please refer to the program description on this event page or for more information please research the program e.g. Google/YouTube search the program name.
Alternatively, you can contact the Centre Coordinator for more information.
For any questions or further enquires please contact the Centre Coordinator - Gavin Ross on 9735 1337 or email@example.com
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Berala Community Centre
98 Woodburn Road
Berala Community Centre - Cumberland Council
The Berala Community Centre is owned and operated by Cumberland Council. This facility was designed for the delivery of community programs and outreach services in partnership with local community based organisations. The centre strives to serve as a community hub for all demographics of the local community, supporting and engaging the residents of Berala by linking them with council services, community based programs, resources and affordable and accessible venue hire. The centre delivers a variety of unique community driven programing via a direct and indirect service model driven by ongoing feedback and evaluation, this centre also supports the delivery of Council’s Lifelong Learning Programs.