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Pulteneytown People Project Learning Centre Summer Schedule

16th May 2009

Run by Colin Stewart. Tel 01955 606950.

Excel Course - Tuesday Morning - 10 .30 - 12.30
10 week course Commencing on Tuesday 26th May 2009 until Tuesday 28th July 2009
Course will guide you from the basics of Excel up to where you can do spreadsheets.
Ideal for business use or for home budgeting

Web Site Building for Beginners - Monday Mornings
10.30 - 12.30pm
10 week course Commencing on Monday 25th May 2009 until Monday 27th July 2009
Course will provide you with the necessary knowledge to develop your own website either for business or personal use.

Job Club - Wednesday Mornings
9.30 -1.00
Commencing on Wednesday 27th May 2009
Unemployed? Why not drop in on a Wednesday morning and use our facilities to help you obtain or return to employment. (CV preparation, Job search, Application completion)
Open to all age groups.

For above courses contact Julie or Tracey
On 01955 606950 To book your place

Community Crafts Project
Pulteneytown Peoples Project has a new community crafts project, designing and constructing a community signboard and making birdbaths using mosaic glass, among other things. This new project runs on Tuesday mornings with Bettine Bain, who has already run several popular classes with PPP. This fun, creative project is free of charge and we have places available for anyone who would be interested in getting involved.

More Course From Pulteneytown People's Project, Wick
PPP and Springboard are looking to work in conjunction to offer introductory courses in Hospitality, Leisure, Travel & Tourism, including Food Hygiene and Health & Safety certificates. Please contact Tracey or Julie at PPP to register your interest.

For more details or to reserve a place on any of these courses contact Tracey or Julie at PPP on 01955 606950.


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