Tawa College Adult and Community Education

All year round

Learn some new skills

A large number of subjects are offered, including NZ Sign Language, defensive driving theory, woodwork, music, sewing, cooking, computers and exercise. Or how about a day of mindfulness silent retreat. In the Egyptian kai course you will learn how to make authentic Egyptian sweets and savouries. Seafood, vegetarian, vegan, celebration meals, and the Egyptian national dish, koshari. Learn how to cook and eat like an Egyptian. Try Bollywood dancing or learn how to make lace. Tawa College Adult and Community Education would also love to hear from you if you have any ideas of courses that are not offered, or you would like to tutor a course.



For more info visit:

Tawa College Adult and Community Education


38A Duncan Street


04 232 7163




Wheelchair access, accessible toilet.

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