Thank you for your interest in this training event.  To be eligible to attend, you must have attended the Bridges out of Poverty workshop on February 26th (or have attended a full day Bridges workshop in the past).  

Thursday, April 30, 2020 - 8:30 am - 3:00 pm 
St. Charles Adult & Continuing Education Centre - 150 East 5th St. (lower cafeteria)
Deadline to register - April 23, 2020

What is "Getting Ahead in the Workplace"?
A "kitchen table learning experience" for individuals living in poverty where you explore
- how the conditions in a person's home, community and work impact them
- the skills that give people the confidence to do what it takes to get ahead 
- how to build resources, relationships and connections 
- ways to deal with change and create stability

The facilitator training includes 
- the concepts of the Getting Ahead program 
- how the program is set out, and options for facilitating it as a team
- different ways to present Getting Ahead information 
- the Canadianized version of various articles/concepts/financials
- a copy of the Getting Ahead in the Workplace workbook

Cost - $50 per person (includes workbook, continental breakfast and lunch)

Facilitator - Jane Tuer, Executive Director, Project READ Literacy Network
Jane has been in the literacy field for over 25 years in a variety of sectors and positions.  She has diverse experience and skills in literacy from facilitation to assessment to consultant work, project management and research.  Jane has been a certified Bridges out of Poverty facilitator for 5 years.  In 2011, Jane received the Learning Leader award from the Canadian Society for Training and Development.

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* 2. Attendees - please include name and email

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* 3. Any dietary restrictions - please include name and details

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* 4. Invoicing contact - please include name and email

Thank you for registering.  You will receive an invoice shortly for the workshop fees.  If you have any questions about the event please connect with Sara Gill at 905-527-2222 or director@abea.on.ca.
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