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PROJECTS SALES CO-ORDINATOR c (Commision based only)

20 ho week. a 15% $33"? m £20,000. 20% of sales thereafter —°. ‘5:

Clas ow Film and Video Workshop is a charitable organisation whic provides training, facilities and production opportunities to a range of groups and individuals in Scotland.

We also produce a large number of educational and promotion- al video resentations for voluntary and arts organisations, charities, ocal authorities department and community groups. A very enthusiastic and energetic rson is now sou ht_to help with the expansion of this area. owledge of mar eting and sales is important, as is the ability to work as part of a team as well as taking your own initiative.

For ajob desaiption and more Wafion, oontad GFVW at 34 Albion Street, Glasgow Cl lLH tel 0141 553 2620 / fax 0141 553 2660 Closing date for applications, Friday 28th November 1997. GWWoperata an equal opponunities


lfyou regularly use

CANNABIS &/ or SPEED but have never taken


lfyou are male, healthy and aged 18-35, you could be involved in a PROJECT looking at the long-term effects of recreational drugs.

For further information contact: Dr David Semple Edinburgh University Department of Psychiatry

0131 537 6813

All enquiries treated as CONFIDENTIAL.

Dying to make a short film? Have a great idea? Find it diflicult to get any money or support anywhere? at” Don ’l really have @ experience in film making?

Here is your chance: Screenworks 97/98

The scheme offers emergent and talented filmmakers resident in Scotland an opportunity to develop ideas through a friendly and encouraging atmosphere and without broadcast or commercial pressures.

If successful, you will receive professional training, seminars and free access to production and post production equipment.

Previous experience is not neccessary, all ideas are welcome and will be considered. This scheme will support this year up to eight short films, in any genre: documentary, animation, experimental and drama, maximum length 15 minutes.

Funded by Scottish Arts Council. National Lottery, New Directions and Glasgow City Council. For further information and an application form, please contact GFVW on

GWW operates an equal opportunities policy.

0141 553 2620, fax 0141 553 2660 l i I i

Deadline for applications: . . I I

( noon, 8th December 97

Fl DM T We are looking for an enthusiastic, . . . . \1’ O r

computer literate office administrator. g. 4* Good telephone manner, flexible, a” in teamworker, able to work in a busy 0 -

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would be an advantage.

if you are interested send your CV with a covering letter to: Unit 6, 12 Cook St, Glasgow, GS 8m by 21/11/97

DSTIIE UST 7 Nov—20 Nov 1997

VOLUNTEERS Tollcrqss Play unaENiLv 2:232'3‘;‘.’:..:';25."t': NEEDED

help with our After School Club and Holiday Playsoheme.


Ian McDougall (Coordinator) Tollcross Play Association Tollcross Community Education Centre 117 FountainIHidge Edinburgh EH3 906 Phone 0131 228 3768 Fax 0131 221 9264

Play Worker Edinburgh

Wardie After-School Club is looking for a part-time play worker to work with primary-age children.

Contact Marie Ramsay 0131 467 1701 (after 6pm) for more details.

I Writer-director wanted for new Glasgow theatre company. For more information. please write to: Tom Collins. 7 Bank Street. Neilston. Glasgow G78 3F.G.

I Work when you want and where you want. £6—£10 per hour. You need a car and a telephone. lfyou're interested. give me a call. Paul Williams. freephone 0800 02 66613.



\ l -0 ~ 0 A Caledonia Courses for all levels and ages In Spain, Italy, France. Germany, Austria, Portugal, Greece, Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Peru, Russia and Japan. Spanish + walking/trekking/latln dance; ltalian + palnting/ traditional cooking; French and Bordeaux wine courses. Courses from 1-24 weeks. Places still available for all start dates. Gap year and one semester programmes in Europe from January 1998.

Details from Kath Bateman, Caledonia Language Cours'es‘,‘ 20 Eildon Street, Edinburgh EH3 SlU.

Tel/Fax 0131 558 71.18 e-mail: caledonia@mcmail.corn

I Private tutors provided for all school/college subjects. Glasgow. Edinburgh. Falkirk. Stirling areas. (New tutors welcome). Self-study courses also available for mathematics and book-keeping/accounts. laymar Education 01324

717 l 14.

I Soundshare weekly flute and jazz saxophone workshops. instrumental tuition by experienced tutor. Learn to read music workshops for adults. Contact E. Hartley. B.Mus. on ()141 636 5804.

I Cello and piano tuition by experienced. friendly. professional teacher and performer. Children and adult beginners. re-learners and advanced students all welcome. Creative. fun and supportive learning. Tel 0131 551 4531.

Guitar Tuition

Grad. of London Guitar Inst. now has places available for most styles of guitar tuition.

First lesson free. Phone Andy on 0131 553 1274

BE COOL Develop your creativity by learning guitar at The Edinburgh Guitar Studio. Satisfaction and results guaranteed. Bookings: 0131 553 1617.

PIANO TUITION by enthusiastic. professional teacher. All grades and ages beginners welcome.

City centre location (top of Leith Walk). Grand Piano. Peter Bream GRNCM. Tel: 0131 556 5311.

SPANISH NATIVE SPEAKER Creative Spanish lessons for all levels. Glasgow or Stirling. Please call 01786 850345.

I Explore photography Day courses in glamour. Beginners welcome. We have the knowledge. models and equipment. Take home your own timeless images. Serious, creative people and models please. Phone 0956 108928 anytime.

I Piano and clarinet tuition Children and adult beginners and re-learners. all welcome. Telephone 0141 649 6568.

I Gaelic tutor beginners and intennediate, individuals or small groups. Free introductory lesson. Glasgow area only. Phone Kenneth McManus 014i 776 7757.

I Learn to be happy Change your thoughts change your life. Personal development through positive thinking. Louise Hay Workshop 6/7 Dec. individual sessions also available. Phone Louise Hay Training 0131 315 3532.

I Fiddle and mandolin lessons. Irish. Scottish and improvisation. Beginners welcome. Limited number of places. £8 per half hour. James 0141 332 7702.

I Ceroc Pure Dance Addiction The original and best form of modern jive. Beginners welcome every week at any night. 45 minutes beginners class followed by dancing to 10.30pm. Learn to dance to any music; club. Latin. rock ’n' roll. etc. Licensed bar at most nights. Come alone or with friends (no need to bring a partner). Doors open at 7.15pm. Beginners‘ class at 7.30pm.

Aberdeen: Thursdays at The Palace Nightclub. Bridge Place (off Bridge Street). Free opening night on Thursday 30 October. Attention: Aberdeen only. doors open 6.45pm. beginners class 7pm. freestyle til 10pm.

Dundee: Wednesdays at The Mirage Club. St Andrews Lane. Falkirk: Mondays at St Modan's Church Hall (offthe High Street).

Glasgow: Tuesdays at The Plaza Ballroom. 11—27 Victoria Road. Eglinton Toll. Southside. Thursdays at The Venue Nightclub. 474 Sauchiehall Street.

Edinburgh: Mondays and Wednesdays at Moray House. 37 Holyrood Road. Thursdays (except during Festival) at St Stephen's Church Hall. St Stephen’s Street (bottom of Howe Street). Stockbridge. Further details from 01324 613 209.

Note: classes are open throughout the year including bank holidays.