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Induction: 15 Dec 2016 with the following Tuesdays:
17 Jan, 31 Jan, 14 Feb, 28 Feb 2017
Final presentations: 20 June 2017
Data Protection & Records Management - Practical Session
- Are you ready for the new General Data Protection Regulations?
- The new GDPR – where do you start?
- Do you have a group or staff members that require training?
- Have your Board had a briefing on the latest changes in legislation?
The session will be delivered by Yearn2Learn Training at TWN premises on Tuesday 29 November 2016
The Women's Sector out in force at the office of Minister for Employment and Learning Stephen Farry MLA in Bangor demanding Community Based Education for women!
Inequality gap widens: DEL's Discrimination in Practice.
NI gender inequality gap is projected to widen despite promises to ensure that women have equal opportunities in education and training.
The women's sector demands that the Minister for Employment and Learning provides community based training and development for women. Community based education has had an immense effect on the lives of women across Northern Ireland and has been the root of community development for decades due to its positive impact not only on the individual but also on their families and wider communities in which they live.
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