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During a globally challenging time, the Global Learning Festival’s goal was to provide unity and connection to communities all over the world.
1st September marked the beginning of the Global Learning Festival 2020!
Access to Business, along with wide range of libraries, universities and educators participated in the global online event to promote unity and connective learning.
As part of our contribution, A2B hosted four online webinars across the 1st – 4th September with ticket sales through Eventbrite. The workshops (Money Matters, Designing in Canva, Essential ICT Skills for Beginners and Interview Skills) had themes centred on finance, business brand design, IT Skills, and job interview etiquette.
RAISE advisor Gary Lees started the week off with Money Matters, where attendees could learn tips and tricks to manage their finances. Wednesday’s Designing in Canva session was held by RAISE Project Co-ordinator, Jim Brennan, giving the audience a full tutorial of how to get the best out the design software.
Black Country Futures lead, Emma Miller introduced helpful PC skills in Essential IT Skills for Beginners, while employment advisor, Simon Moore finished the week sharing the key secrets to land the job you want at the interview stage. It was great to have such an international audience – our attendees ranged from the UK to Australia and Vietnam!
The festival might be over, but we’ve got more free courses then ever coming up!
Head over to our Online Training Courses page to find the times and dates of all our self-employment and employment workshops. Check out our social media pages below to keep track of all our upcoming events and good news!
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