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City & Guilds Level 2 Certificate for Adult Learner Support

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Are you:
Interested in voluntary work supporting an adult learner for a couple of hours a week?
or a frontline worker who needs to signpost adults to learning?

Stockport Continuing Education Service is running a course that will equip you with the necessary skills. The City & Guilds Level 2 Certificate in Adult Learner Support is for volunteers and frontline staff working with adults who need to improve their literacy, numeracy or English language (ESOL). We will organise a placement for you and on-going support in a friendly, local environment. The course starts on 2nd November 2005 until 8th May 2006, with placements in May 2006. For more information or to book a place, contact: Lynne Shaw (literacy/numeracy) on 0161 480 0001 lynne.shaw@stockport.gov.uk Or Marian Tota (ESOL) on 0161 477 9000 marian.tota@stockport.gov.uk

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