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  1. Active Parks cooking workshops

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    NAQ Nutrition hosts cooking workshops as part of Brisbane City Council’s Active Parks program. Each hands on workshop is run by our qualified dietitians and nutritionists and includes food and nutrition tips to help you make healthy choices. People with all levels of cooking skills are welcome. Our workshops are a chance to develop new skills and gain confidence in a relaxed and social environment.

     

     

     

     

     

    COVID-19 UPDATE

    We are thrilled to announce that we are back running face to face workshops! With strict COVID safety plans ensuring we adhere to social distancing rules, you will see some changes to the way our workshops are run, however this won’t take away from the fantastic experience of participating in our cooking workshops! Some of these include  reduced participant numbers, no sharing of ingredients or cooking equipment and participants preparing food for themselves only. Our number 1 priority is to ensure the safety of all participants.

    Important – if you are showing signs of cold or flu, have travelled in the last 14 days (domestically or internationally) or have been in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19, we are unable to let you attend the workshop. If you have booked into the course and reply yes to any of these,  please know in advance and we will refund or postpone your booking.

    Contact Us

    If you have any questions or feedback or wish to join the waitlist for a full workshop please call our friendly team on 07 3257 4393 or email [email protected].

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  2. Live Well Logan – First Foods for Infants

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    Nutrition Australia QLD hosts nutrition education sessions as part of Logan City Councils – Live Well Logan program. Our qualified and experienced dietitians will provide helpful information on feeding your infant and answer any questions you may have regarding nutrition and first foods.

     

    First Foods for Infants – Nutrition information session for parents and carers

    This casual information session will provide information for families and carers on feeding their infants including first foods. Workshops will discuss the importance of infants and children experiencing food texture appropriate to their age and stage of development which will assist a child’s speech development, oral health and motor skill development. Sessions will also include practical tips on how to make food for infants.

    Please note this is only available to Logan residents. You are welcome to bring babies/children along, please advise on how many are attending so we can adhere to capacity restrictions.

     

    First Food for Infants

    Date: Thursday 12th May 2022

    Time: 10 – 11:30am

    Cost: FREE!

    Location: Logan West Library, 69 Grand Plaza Dr, Browns Plains QLD 4118

    To book please email your name, postcode and mobile number to [email protected] or call 3257 4393.

     

     

    COVID-19 NOTICE

    In line with the QLD Government’s COVID Safe Framework we will be adhering to all restrictions in place throughout our workshops. We have updated our Workplace Health and Safety plans to include COVID risks and how to manage these risks and our facilitators have undertaken COVID Safety training. We will be adhering to the physical distancing requirements during the workshop and have strict sanitising procedures in place.

    Important – if you are showing signs of cold or flu, have travelled in the last 14 days (domestically or internationally) or have been in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19, we are unable to let you attend the workshop.

    You can find more information about our COVID safe plans and policies on our website here

     

    Proudly funded by the Logan City Council.

     

  3. School holiday cooking workshops

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    NAQ Nutrition hosts cooking workshops as part of Logan City Council’s Krank program. Each hands on workshop is run by our qualified dietitians and nutritionists and includes food and nutrition tips to help your teen make healthy choices. All cooking skill levels are welcome. Our workshops are a chance to develop new skills and gain confidence in a relaxed and social environment.


     

    2022

    Thursday 20th January – Sushi cooking class

    Learn the art of preparing delicious healthy sushi. Enjoy your creation at the end with the group.

    Time: 10:00 – 11:30am

    Cost: $3

    Location: The Little Vege Patch – 121 Barbaralla Drive, Springwood

    Bookings open soon!

     

    Friday 8th April – Mexican Fiesta

    Mexican food is a feast for the eyes and the taste buds. Enjoy making fresh and healthy Mexican dishes in this hands on cooking workshop. 

    Time: 10:00 – 11:30am

    Cost: $3

    Location: Caddies Community Centre, 19-33 South Street, Jimboomba 

    Bookings open May 2022

     

    Please note – Due to Queensland Government restrictions regarding gatherings, siblings and parents will not be allowed into the venue unless booked in. Please call or email us if your child needs you to attend or requires more assistance. Cash payments on the day will not be accepted, please pay online.

    Important – if you are showing signs of cold or flu, have travelled in the last 14 days (domestically or internationally) or have been in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19, we are unable to let you attend the workshop. If you have booked into the course and reply yes to any of these,  please know in advance and we will refund or postpone your booking.

    You can find more information about our COVID safe plans and policies on our website here

    Contact Us

    If you have any questions or feedback or wish to join the waitlist for a full workshop please call our friendly team on 07 3257 4393 or email [email protected].

  4. Moreton Bay Regional Council

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    Nutrition Australia QLD hosts nutrition education sessions as part of Moreton Bay Regional Council’s Healthy and Active program. Our qualified and experienced dietitians will provide helpful information on feeding your infant and answer any questions you may have regarding nutrition and first foods.

     

    First Foods for Infants – Nutrition information session for parents and carers

    This casual information session will provide information for families and carers on feeding their infants including first foods. Workshops will discuss the importance of infants and children experiencing food texture appropriate to their age and stage of development which will assist a child’s speech development, oral health and motor skill development. Sessions will also include practical tips on how to make food for infants.

    Tuesday 3rd August 2021

    Time: 10 – 11:30am

    Cost: FREE

    Location: Strathpine Library – 1 Station Street, Strathpine

     

    Thursday 2nd September 2021

    Time: 11 – 12:30pm

    Cost: FREE

    Location: Redcliffe Library, 476 Oxley Avenue, Redcliffe

     

    Tuesday, 12th October 2021

    Time: 10:15 – 11:45am

    Cost: FREE

    Location: Arana Hills Library, 63 Cobbity Crescent, Arana Hills

     

    Bookings are taken by Moreton Bay Regional Council libraries. Please use the link below to find out more information.

    Healthy and Active Moreton

     

    We are running an online session too! Stay in the comfort of your home and join our information session about feeding your baby.

    Wednesday 10th November 2021

    Time: 12 – 1pm

    Cost: FREE

    Location: From your home

    Register here

     

     

     

    COVID-19 NOTICE

    In line with the QLD Government’s COVID Safe Framework we will be adhering to all restrictions in place throughout our workshops. We have updated our Workplace Health and Safety plans to include COVID risks and how to manage these risks and our facilitators have undertaken COVID Safety training. We will be adhering to the physical distancing requirements during the workshop and have strict sanitising procedures in place.

    Important – if you are showing signs of cold or flu, have travelled in the last 14 days (domestically or internationally) or have been in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19, we are unable to let you attend the workshop.

    You can find more information about our COVID safe plans and policies on our website here

     

    These sessions are proudly funded by Moreton Bay Regional Council.

  5. Live Well Logan cooking workshops

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    NAQ Nutrition hosts cooking workshops as part of Logan City Council’s Live Well Logan program. Each hands on workshop is run by our qualified dietitians and nutritionists and includes food and nutrition tips to help you make healthy choices. People with all levels of cooking skills are welcome. Our workshops are a chance to develop new skills and gain confidence in a relaxed and social environment.

     

    2022

    Saturday 12th February – Mediterranean Eating

    Enjoy cooking and eating Mediterranean inspired meals in this hands-on workshop. You’ll learn recipes that you can recreate at home.

    Time: 3:30 – 5pm

    Location: The Little Vege Patch – 121 Barbaralla Drive, Springwood

    Cost: $3

    Bookings open January 2022

     

    Important – if you are showing signs of cold or flu, have travelled in the last 14 days (domestically or internationally) or have been in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19, we are unable to let you attend the workshop. If you have booked into the course and reply yes to any of these,  please know in advance and we will refund or postpone your booking.

    You can find more information about our COVID safe plans and policies on our website here

     

    Contact Us

    If you have any questions or feedback or wish to join the waitlist for a full workshop please call our friendly team on 07 3257 4393 or email [email protected].

     

  6. GOLD cooking workshops

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    NAQ Nutrition hosts cooking workshops as part of Brisbane City Council’s Growing Older and Living Dangerously program. Each hands on workshop is run by our qualified dietitians and nutritionists and includes food and nutrition tips to help you make healthy choices. People with all levels of cooking skills are welcome. Our workshops are a chance to develop new skills and gain confidence in a relaxed and social environment.

    2022

    Friday 28th January – Cooking for 1 or 2

    Creating a feast for 1 or 2 people doesn’t have to be daunting. our dietitian will share some recipes and tips on cooking smaller meals.

    Time: 10 – 11:30am

    Location: Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens

    Cost: $5

    Bookings open 14th December

     

    Tuesday 15th March – Gluten Free Goodies

    Gluten free meals don’t have to be hard to prepare. Join us in this hands on workshop and create wonderful gluten-free meals and snacks that everyone will enjoy. Coeliac awareness week is in March! For more information on Coeliac disease please go to – Coeliac Australia Home

    Time: 10 – 11:30am

    Location: Brighton Wellness Hub, Brighton

    Cost: $5

    Bookings open February 2022

     

    Friday 1st April – Easter Goodies

    Avoid the sugar overload this Easter. Come and create some healthy Easter meals and treats in this hands on workshop.

    Time: 10 – 11:30am

    Location: Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens

    Cost: $5

    Bookings open March 2022

     

     

     

    NEW!! Brisbane City Council funded cooking workshops open to anyone 18+ 

    Active Parks cooking workshops

     

    COVID-19 UPDATE

    We are thrilled to announce that we are back running face to face workshops! With strict COVID safety plans ensuring we adhere to social distancing rules, you will see some changes to the way our workshops are run, however this won’t take away from the fantastic experience of participating in our cooking workshops! Some of these include  reduced participant numbers, no sharing of ingredients or cooking equipment and participants preparing food for themselves only. Our number 1 priority is to ensure the safety of all participants.

    Important – if you are showing signs of cold or flu, have travelled in the last 14 days (domestically or internationally) or have been in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19, we are unable to let you attend the workshop. If you have booked into the course and reply yes to any of these,  please know in advance and we will refund or postpone your booking.

    You can find more information about our COVID safe plans and policies on our website here

    Contact Us

    If you have any questions or feedback or wish to join the waitlist for a full workshop please call our friendly team on 07 3257 4393 or email [email protected].

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