National Learning Network can help open doors to local employment
WHEN PETER lost his job as a lorry driver because of a work accident, he didn’t sit back and feel sorry for himself. He retrained in office skills and is now back in the workforce.
And when Mary’s depression was under control, she wanted to go back to work but she couldn’t do it without extra supports.
Where did they turn to and who was there to help? National Learning Network.
National Learning Network is the training and education arm of the Rehab Group.
It specialises in retraining those who are out of work because of accidents, illnesses or disabilities.
It offers the opportunity of a fresh start in the workplace or in education.
The courses, IT and Business Administration, Vocational Skills and Employer Based Training, are run from the Bray Centre on the Boghall Road.
Course sizes are kept small so that learners receive individual attention to help them with their particular career choice. Learners are encouraged to work at their own pace with support from experienced instructors.
All these courses are free to people who are registered with FAS and have a medical condition or a disability.
So if you have suffered a medical setback or have a disability and are thinking of a fresh start in employment skills training or education then maybe National Learning Network is the place for you.
Why not contact National Learning Network, see their ad in this edition. What have you to lose?