Sometimes it’s hard to recall the useful stuff you learnt during your degree/s. But what if you could take relevant, 75-minute classes for just $12? With beer, food and coffee on hand to make sure information sticks.
Do you remember that point in your life when you finally started to earn enough cash to have at least one meal out a week that wasn't dumplings? And then BAM! out came your university debt repayments and you were back to share-house cooking and Little Bourke Street for special occasions only.
Sometimes it’s hard to recall the useful stuff you learnt during your degree/s, which makes it all the more painful to see those dollars fall away from your payslip. But what if you could take relevant, 75-minute classes for just $12? You could shove it in debt's face, that's what.
Laneway Learning is all about affordable, practical classes for everyone. Whether you’re interested in becoming a ukulele king (like the 'King' himself) or perhaps finally beating your dad at chess, Laneway Learning has the tutorial for you.
Sessions are usually held at either The Little Mule or The People’s Market on a weeknight with beer, food and good coffee aplenty. If you fancy yourself a bit of a know-it-all on a particular topic, you can even teach a class yourself. The student becomes the master.
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