Level 2, 18-24 Allen st, Wellington
what we are doing
Getting to know GST - this class is aimed at Chalkle teachers, but the maths can be applied to any GST situation.
This class is maths based, with lots of working examples to help you feel more comfortable around what calculations you need to make and why, when dealing with GST.
No maths ability required - just understand how to push the buttons of your calculator / calculator function of your computer or phone.
what you will learn
How do I add GST to advertised price?
How do I know what the GST component is in a GST inclusive price?
How do I know how much I get to keep in a GST inclusive price?
How do I calculate percentage increases?
type of class tips & tricks
skill required beginner
your chalkler will be
Elf Eldridge is:
COO, Chiasma WGTN
2013 President, WGTN Branch of the Royal Society
Physics PhD Student MacDiarmid Institute for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology
He is also a poor maths student. However that means that the bits that he does understand, he understands and can explain really simply so that anyone [really, anyone!] can understand it.
Also, unlike your high school maths teacher he's interested in finding the quick ways that make maths work for individuals rather than focussing relentlessly on the underlying concepts.
Learn what you need when you need it as he says!
what to bring
a calculator of some description - on your phone or computer is fine, or an actual calculator if you prefer.
cost Koha / donation
our cancellation policy
If you RSVP for a class and fail to show up, you will get a "no show". Three no shows means you will be removed from chalkle°. You may request to rejoin after six months.
If you cancel your RSVP:
- less than 3 days before = no refund
- after 7pm the night before = no refund and a "no show" will be recorded
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