Written by Inova Consultancy
Lockdown and social distancing doesn’t mean an end to learning! Register now to secure your place for this free online course!
Are you not in education, employment or training (NEET) and between the ages of 18 and 35? Do you have some spare time to attend our training sessions for digital skills and tutoring?
Then register to secure your place today!
Given the current Covid – 19 situation, we cannot, at this time, conduct training sessions in a face-to-face setting. BUT! we want to give everyone the opportunity to continue learning so we are now offering this training course ONLINE!
As a part of the Learning2gether project, we have developed training sessions for those not in employment, training or education, to develop both professionally and personally, developing skills needed to progress in this digital age.
During 5 bite-size sessions, you will:
- Develop your digital skills
- Improve self-confidence
- Understand the use of digital skills in a professional environment
- Increase networks and pathways for employment
- Develop your tutoring and consultancy skills
You will explore:
- Personal Branding;
- Social Media;
- Design Tools for Websites;
- Data Protection Awareness;
- Delivery of a simple skills lesson to older learners.
Location: Online – the link is provided after registration
Duration: 10am – 11:30am (1.5 hours per session)
- Thurs 16th July
- Tues 21st July
- Thurs 23rd July
- Tues 28th July
- Thurs 30th July
The project is fully funded by the European Commission, so don’t miss out on a great opportunity! Register for your FREE ticket for this 5 session course today!
For more information on the Learning2gether project, head to our website to find out more: https://www.inovaconsult.com/projects/learning2gether/
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Emma at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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