Training: Social inclusion
Phone: 07950 408347
"BRILL DAY - made me think about reading not only being about books we read. And how it all relates to our children and young people." Foster Carer.
"I will now read more, put more reading material around the house... in the bathroom - and use the library more." Foster Carer.
"I will now talk to my children more about what they are reading." Foster Carer.
Strategic and practical approaches to breaking barriers to reading and learning. This training can focus on a wide range of situations and can be tailored to meet the specific training needs and local priorities of managers or frontline staff.
As with all of Jerry's training, sessions can be tailored to specific local needs. Jerry is also happy to create new courses. Training is adaptable to Library, School, Archive, Theatre, Arts, Museum, Heritage, Sports and Leisure settings.
Training options include:
Areas commonly explored across these training options:
"The feedback from staff was very positive and they engaged with and enjoyed the training very much. It was highly interactive and activity based. Very good, lots of practical ideas and a good survey of different approaches and different kinds of material available. Very enjoyable, relaxed and entertaining – messages were put across very well." Matt Ferguson, Tales of the City Project Leader, Edinburgh Libraries.
If you need further information, or would like to discuss your training or consultancy requirements, please e mail email@example.com or phone 07950 408347.
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