WRAP for Mothers
Thursday 26th April for 9 weeks. 10:30am to 12:30pm
Last day Thursday 21st June
Registration Thursday 19th April 10.30am - 11.30am
WRAP is a programme you can use to help you achieve and maintain well-being, gain control over your life and the way you feel. It helps you identify what works, what your triggers are and action plan to respond.
Early booking is essential as places are limited.
This training is funded by NTLP's Social Inclusion and Community Action Programme (SICAP).
Childcare can be provided.
Contact Theo; firstname.lastname@example.org, 067 41906, 085 8641780
Self Care Course
Tuesday 1st May for 6 weeks, 1pm - 4pm
Last day Tuesday 5th June
Registration Tuesday 24th April 10am - 11am
Fall in Love with yourself; Mind - Body - Spirit
Themes to be Covered
Contact Theo for more information; email@example.com, 067 41906, 085 8641780
Tuesday Talks - NALA
Tuesday 1st May 11am - 12pm
The National Adult Literacy Agency is an independent charity committed to making sure people with literacy and numeracy difficulties can fully take part in society and have access to learning opportunities that meet their needs. According to the last international survey, one in six Irish adults has problems reading and writing.
Since they were set up by volunteers in 1980, they have been a leading campaigning and lobbying force on adult literacy issues. They have been involved with tutor training, developing teaching materials, distance education services, policy making, research and campaigns to raise awareness of the causes, extent and responses to adult literacy difficulties in Ireland.
They help people improve adult literacy
They increase participation in adult literacy services and make it easier for more people to learn through distance education programmes.
They advance adult literacy policy through research
Since the 1980s they have worked continuously in partnership with government departments, organisations, tutors and learners to advance adult literacy policy.
They make approaches to teaching more effective
Good practice in adult literacy work starts with the needs and interests of individuals. It is concerned with personal development and building confidence as well as technical skills.
They remove barriers to people with literacy difficulties
They provide professional services to help organisations remove literacy-related barriers to customers accessing their services or to staff who may have difficulties reading or writing.
They represent adults with literacy difficulties
They make sure the views and experience of adults with literacy and numeracy difficulties are heard and taken into account by policy makers.
Phone: 01 4127900
Contact the Office for more information;
firstname.lastname@example.org, 067 41906