UK online centres
Share and Learn London
After the success of our first Share and Learn event in Manchester, we’re excited to be running another Share & Learn event in London at the NCVO on Tuesday 28 January.
Like our previous event, this will be a great opportunity to share and learn from each other.
9:030am: Arrival, complimentary refreshments
10:00am: Brief introduction to the day from our Head of Network, Gabi Woodhams
10:30: Lightening talks from Online Centres Network staff
12:00-1:00pm: Lunch and networking - plus informal Learn My Way and CV Assistant demos
1:00-3.15pm (including a 15-minute break): Workshops - Social Media or Bid Writing
3:15-3.45pm Share and Learn Activity
Share and Learn presentations
We will be joined by some fantastic speakers from our Online Centres Network. Hafsha Shaikh from Smartlyte will share the many benefits of implementing a family learning approach into your delivery model; Aurelie Ramgoolam from Crofton Park library will be talking about how they support the learner journey and employability training and Stephanie Linkogle, a tutor at Mind in the City, will share their best practice in supporting learners with their mental health and well being.
There’ll also be the chance to join in on workshops about bid writing and social media - key topics that you’ve told us that you’d benefit from learning more about - as well as seeing live Learn My Way demos on the day, facilitated by our expert Learning team. We’ll have experts Sally Deith to work with you on the bid writing, and Jonathan Gilbert from SM4G to help you with using social media in a practical and effective way.
There will be a nominal charge of £10, or you can select a free place if you’re delivering a talk at the event. We really hope you can join us!
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