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Thursday 16 January 2020

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There are just under two weeks to go until our Share and Learn event! This is the second of these events and we’ve got lots of exciting speakers planned, opportunities for networking and workshops on bid writing and social media. Members of the network team will be there to chat to on the day and answer any questions you have about membership and Learn My Way. 

Speakers from the Network include; Hafsha Shaikh from Smartlyte who will be telling us all about how to ‘Get Families Talking’ and Stephanie Linkogle, a tutor at Mind in the City, who will be focusing on mental health in ESOL and IT in Adult Education. We’ve also got Yvette Evans from Emmaus Lambeth and Surrey, who will share her thoughts on the impact of digital learning from an Emmaus perspective, and Salim Shaikh from Smartlyte will provide an introduction to, and a live demonstration of, CV Assistant. 

We really hope you can join us! Tickets are just £10 which includes lunch. 

Book your place today
NEW WEBINAR: Introduction to Mental Health

If you’re looking for an exciting new project this year, why not apply for our
Make it Click programme in partnership with The project aims to support those who have limited or basic digital skills to become capable users of the internet. We’re seeking organisations who currently support employed and unemployed learners who are socially excluded, or those who run small businesses. You will need to deliver projects that enable people to progress in their career to realise positive life and work outcomes, through a programme of tailored support. Applications close at 5pm on Friday 31 January. If you’re interested in applying you can take a read of the guidance document here

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