Mansfield Adult Community Education (MACE) is pleased to announce the success of its latest welding classes, which have brought together a diverse group of students from the local community. The class has been a huge hit, attracting students of all ages and backgrounds, including the youngest at just 15 years old and the oldest over 70.
But what really makes this class special is that it has also provided an opportunity for a student with a recent acquired brain injury to participate and learn a new skill. The class has been a source of empowerment and support for all students, with the injured student receiving extra attention and guidance from the instructor and classmates alike.
The welding class is just one of many general interest courses offered by MACE, which provides a valuable resource to the community through its wide range of health and well-being courses. Led by MACE tutor Frank, a passionate and knowledgeable instructor, the class has been described as ‘fascinating’ by its participants.
“Our welding class is so popular, we are running it twice a week this term”, says MACE CEO, Kylie Richards. “We love providing opportunities like this for our community, who often have to travel out of the area to participate in such skill building classes”.
MACE is dedicated to providing education and support to the local community, and the success of the welding class is a testament to its commitment. The organisation looks forward to continuing to offer quality education and training opportunities to those seeking to learn new skills and improve their lives.