Manukau Courier : January 18th 2011
15 MANUKAU COURIER, JANUARY 18, 2011 NEWS All these courses are available to international students. Apply now, as our courses fill up fast. Phone O800 4 MARTIN or 636 3152 www.martinhautus.co.nz or phone MANUKAU (Mangere) 275 8404 AUCKLAND (Onehunga) 636 3152 Or 0800 4 MARTIN (0800 4 627 846) NZQA Registered and Accredited Private training Establishment OR TEXT 021 713 949 YES YOU CAN FREE COURSES (TEC ENTRY CRITERIA APPLY TO FREE COURSES) PERFORMING ARTS & COMPUTER STUDIES Levels 2 & 3 TOURISM and COMPUTING Level 2 COMPUTER Levels2&3 MANAGEMENT Level 4 (Student Loans & Allowances available to NZ Residents and Citizens) NZ DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS Level 6 DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT Level 5 DIPLOMA IN TOURISM Level 5 NC TRAVEL Levels3&4 NC TRAVEL & TOURISM CORE SKILLS NC COMPUTING DIPLOMA IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & COMPUTER SERVICES Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 NIGHT COURSES (Upskill while you work) DIPLOMA IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & COMPUTER SERVICES Level 5 DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT Level 5 HIGHER LEVEL COURSES Get quality education and training that will take you into a solid career Martin Hautus provides you with training for real world situations, with hands-on work experience. Our tutors re ect the expectations and awareness of employers through their teaching, giving you the skills and knowledge required for practical work situations. email@example.com www.watersfunerals.co.nz 426 Great South Rd Papatoetoe Manukau Cit Auckland Caring, professional service for all cultures & communities Intimate Chapel facilities Nicole, Keong & Richie hR d, y Ph: 09 278 8742 Back to School Advertising Feature International Qualifcations available www.collegeofcamille.co.nz Enrol now for January St John's big day out Good guys: About 150 St John volunteers will be making sure people are safe and sound at the Big Day Out on Friday. By DAVID TAURANGA St John volunteers are getting ready for a big day out this week. The Big Day Out returns to Mt Smart Stadium on Friday and St John is asking all concertgoers to rock out to the music safely. This year more than 150 v olunteers, including doctors, nurses, paramedics and mobile first responders, will be on hand. St John is warning concertgoers that a mixture of sun, heat, exhaustion, alcohol and drugs can turn a fun time into a really bad day. It offers hints and tips to keep safe during the Big Day Out. Sunburn: The best treatment is preven- tion by keeping covered. If burnt use relieving creams if there is no severe blistering. Seek medical aid if you feel very unwell or if large blisters appear. Heat exhaustion: This is caused by exposure to extreme temperature and by not replacing fluid being lost by sweating. Symptoms include weakness, loss of appetite, fainting, dizziness, sweating, nausea and vomiting. Rest the patient in a cool place and give them fluid to drink. Seek medical help if their condition worsens or they are unable to drink fluids. Alcohol poisoning: Life-threatening alcohol poi- soning occurs commonly in young people and a person can drink a potentially fatal dose before they start showing signs of intoxication and becoming unconscious. If someone has alcohol poisoning shake their shoulder and shout at them until they wake. If they do not respond lie them on their side and arrange medical help. Remove vomit if it blocks the front of the mouth. Drug poisoning: A poison is any substance that can cause damage to the body, such as medicines, if taken in large amounts, and illicit drugs. Symptoms can include an altered level of consciousness, stomach or abdominal pain, diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting, seizures, breathing difficulty, altered or changed behaviour. If you think someone has drug poisoning do not try to make the person vomit or give them anything to drink unless told by medical staff. If they are unconscious place them on their side and seek medical aid. Go to www.stjohn.org.nz for more first aid tips or to enrol in a first aid course. Free outdoor movie show The story of an ice hockey star known for kicking out his op- ponents' teeth is at the centre of a free outdoor film screening in Man- gere next week. The Tooth Fairy is part of the Auckland Council's free Movies in the Park series. Dwayne Johnson plays the lead character. It's on at David Lange Park, Bader Drive, on January 29, from 8.45pm.
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