Canberra Good Neighbour in Canberra, Australian-Capital-Territory 1 Mar 1966
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Canberra Good Neighbour (Newspaper) - March 1, 1966, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
Lear something Newin 1966 adult classes in All states thousands of people in every australian state have found new interests and new friends through adult education. The courses cover a wide Range of subjects from landscape painting to australian history from music to investing on the Stock Exchange. Of particular interest to migrants Are the learn eng Lish classes. Most of these Are held in the evening but there Are lunchtime courses at the University of new South Wales. Most of the courses in English Are recommended after students have completed Mig rant education classes run in cooperation with the various state education departments. In Many states the first term has begun but inquiries can be made about the second term. South Australia is running a series of lectures on Reading and writing English which begin on March 29. However an official from the University of Adelaide s department of adult education has advised intending students not to enrol before March 28 when a preliminary meeting will discuss classes with prospective students. In Queensland courses Are free and in other states the fees vary from about $2 a term to $15 for a year s course. In Canberra a special English class will he held at the Canberra High school for migrants who have an elementary grasp of English. This is in addition to the courses run by the department of adult education in conjunction with the australian National University. In Many cases the classes have provided migrants with an Opportunity to reach the level required for Entrance to a University. A number of migrants Are themselves teachers in adult education classes in various states and migrants Are Well represented among the students in most subjects. The courses Range from a duration of one term of about ten weeks to a full year of three terms. No special qualifications Are required to join any of these classes and they Are open to ail men and women. Here to apply in your state they give students a Chance to gain new knowledge to learn a new Hobby and o meet and mix with a new Circle of friends from Many different walks of life. Further details May be obtained about the Many courses from the following addresses australian capital territory department of adult education australian National University . Box 4, Canberra phone 49.2892 for information on the special English class please attend the Canberra High school University Avenue in person monday to Friday from 7.30 . The class is held every thursday at 7 . New South Wales the workers educational association 52 Margaret Street Sydney phone 29.2222 Tasmania adult education Board 1 6 Argyle Street Hob Art phone 30.301 1 Victoria Council of adult education 256 Flinders Street Melbourne phone 63.4231 Queensland Brisbane adult Centre education car. William and Alice streets Brisbane phone 2.7120 South Australia department of adult education University of Adelaide phone 23.4333, ext. 238 education department South Australia adult education services of the department of education 221 Wakefield Street Adelaide phone 23.2333 Western Australia adult education Board 3 Howard Street Perth phone 2.12718 Northern territory adult education Centre Wood Street Darwin phone 3008 a new life. A new language a knowledge of English Breaks Down a lot of barriers. It brings you new friends. Draws the family closer together helps you to get on in your Job. Makes you feel that you really belong to Australia. You can attend free Day or night classes in your District or have the lessons sent to you by Post and there Are special radio lessons broadcast for you by the Abc each week. All the details we be tent to Yam of you write to a the officer in charge migrant education Section state education Deputy of in Tomt amt a pita Der Points on Home purchasing m Here Are some Points for new settlers about Home purchasing. Getting in touch with an estate agent does not involve the prospective purchaser in any financial commitment. The agent s commission is normally paid by the owner of the property. The purchaser would have to pay commission Only if he had specifically agreed to do so in writing. It is not usual for an agent to give you the address of a property he has advertised so that you May inspect it on your own. He makes arrangements for an inspection to suit you and the owner. When you see a for Sale Board on a property you should get in touch with the agent whose name appears on the Board and not just Call in for an inspection. If you Tell the agent your needs he will advise you whether the House on which you saw the signboard is Likely to suit you or whether it would be better to spend your time inspecting More suitable properties. Few people have enough Cash to buy a Home without borrowing. Do not be diffident about saying so to the agent. You Don t need to make arrangements beforehand if you want to attend an auction. You can go along first and see what the prices Are. But if you Are interested in buying it is a Good idea to see the auction ering agent first and arrange for a special inspection beforehand. One of the courtesies of property buying is to continue any inspections or negotiations through the introducing agent. You Are entitled to a copy of anything you sign As soon As you sign it. Finally you do not have to Rush a decision. Even if you run the risk of somebody else buying the property first do not decide to buy until you Are sure. It is better to risk losing the Opportunity than commit yourself to buy something before full consideration. By Frank Foy Secretary real estate Institute of Australia
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