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Great news!

Training Link in Camden which offers a range of courses including FREE online vocational training courses including Food Hygiene, Customer Services or  Health & Safety for Carers has been selected for sponsorship by the COOP'S LOCAL COMMUNITY FUND over the forthcoming six months.

To VOTE FOR TRAINING LINK sign in at membership.coop.co.uk/causes/5190/ and become a member to join our cause or  sign up for a TRAINING LINK COURSES at www.traininglink.org.uk and we'll contact you to talk through current courses available."

Three more funders back Training Link

Camden Gving have awarded £9,500 to Training Link, mainly to run an Adult Literacy project, starting in September 2017, and other classes. The Crick Community Fund have given us a grant of £2,244 to run an ESOL Entry 3 class starting in September. And Lloyds Bank Foundation have given us £5,750 for development work. Thank you to all these funders, and to Camden Council for the grant that paid for a fund raiser to work with us to make all this happen.

TRAINING LINK Open Day 7 September 2017

Our next Open Day is on Thursday 7 September 2017 from 11am to 7pm at 54-56 Phoenix Road NW1 1ES.

We have places available now on courses particularly for people working in the care sector, including Manual Handling, Hazardous substances and Healthy & Safety for care workers. There are also other vociational courses available.

We have places available NOW on Food Safety & Hygiene Level 2. We still have places on Customer Care and Introduction to First Aid. All these courses are online and need English /ESOL at at least Entry 3. We have places on these courses now - just apply using our application form.

We have places available NOW on our Maths course on Tuesday mornings - Entry 2 or Entry 3.

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Funding for Training Link

We are pleased to announce that Training Link has been given a grant of £14,967 by the NatWest Skills and Opportunities Fund. Our project includes both taught and online courses, and started in April 2016. Training Link director Peter Lush commented: "All the courses we will be running are designed to help people find work, and are new for us. We are very pleased to receive this grant from NatWest and look forward to recruiting learners onto the courses."

We are also pleased to announce that we have recieved a grant of £500 from the Fitzdale Trust to enable us to run Food Safety & Hygiene and Customer Care courses. These have now been completed, but we are hoping to receive further funding for the ever-popular Food Safety & Hygiene course.

Brenda receives an award

Brenda receives award from the Mayor

Longstanding Training Link chair and trustee Brenda Goring-Moore received a certificate from the Mayor of Camden, Councillor Larraine Revah at an awards ceremony on 19 November 2015. The event was part of celebrations of Camden's 50th birthday. The event was held in the Council Chamber at the Town Hall. Brenda is pictured above with the Mayor, and Camden's Volunteering, Giving and Exchange Officer Frances Connelly, who organised the event.

ESOL classes

We are pleased to announce that we have a three year grant by the City of London Corporation's charity, City Bridge Trust, to run ESOL classes. However, the classes are now full.

Short courses

We have places on Food Safety & Hygiene Level 2, Moving & Handling Objects, Health and Safety for health and Social Care Workers, Handling Hazardious Substances, Customer Care and Introduction to First Aid. For all these courses learners need basic IT skills and English at at least Entry 3.

To book for our classes or get more information:

Phone: 020-7383-5405

Email: admin@traininglink.org.uk

Website: www.traininglink.org.uk

Volunteering At Training Link

We are always interested in hearing from people who may wish to volunteer as an IT learning assistant.






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