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Financial Literacy and Basic Skills Workshop

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Skills for Life Network

A workshop for those tutors who would like to participate in training other tutors in how to teach and deliver Financial Literacy and Basic Skills

The Basic Skills Agency will be running this 2 day free workshop on 10th & 11th October 2006.

The workshop is for those tutors who would like to participate in training other tutors in how to teach and deliver Financial Literacy and Basic Skills. We are looking for tutors from all over England who have experience in literacy, numeracy or ESOL. You will be given a fast track introduction to financial literacy and will be planning the delivery of subsequent workshops in how to teach and deliver financial literacy through either literacy, numeracy or ESOL.

You will need to stay overnight on 9th & 10th October.

The workshop will be held at:

Chorus Hotel Warwick
Meer End Road
Honiley
Warwick CV8 1NP

Further details and information on the application process are available on the Basic Skills Agency website.

 

 

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