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Do you want to do IT?

Anyone wanting to learn something new, or brush up on existing skills, is encouraged to attend a free information session provided by Cheshire East Lifelong Learning.

The group, which is part of Cheshire East Council, is holding the event at the Community Learning Centre at Sir William Stanier School, in Crewe, on Tuesday, February 28th, from 1.00pm — 4.00pm.

A number of organisations will be on hand offering information on a range of subjects including:

* Computer courses;
* Improving your CV and interview technique; and
* Literacy and numeracy qualifications

There will be the opportunity to sign up to a variety of courses taking place in the area, including distance-learning courses.

People will also be able to find out more about how to fill their skill gaps, become more work ready and discuss career options.

Places on the course are limited. To book your spot please ring Jill Robinson on 01270 685433.

 

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