Read to Lead Training 2009
The Reader Organisation has launched its 2009 Read to Lead Training programme, sharing our expertise so that together we can get the whole nation to enjoy and engage with literature.
The first Read to Lead Accredited Training course of 2009 is underway this week, with twenty keen students from all over the country hoping to become accredited Get Into Reading facilitators and spread the Reading Revolution around the UK. We're hoping that the course will build on the success of last September's residential, which inspired comments such as these from our trainees:
100% better than any professional course I have ever attended.
I have gained so much from this course - most importantly INSPIRATION!
We deliver a varity of training courses and consultancy services throughout the UK, which are open to people from all professional and social backgrounds: a love of books, a belief in the social value of reading, and a passion to share this vision are our criteria.
This course has been brilliant - other professional courses pale in comparison. This is the first time I have ever felt so enthused after a training course, with a real sense that I have learnt something which can make a difference.
Our next Masterclass: Half-day School will be held in Liverpool on 28th January and the next Read to Lead: One-day Workshop will be held in Birmingham on 25th February, so there's no time to lose! Visit our training pages for a list of upcoming courses, training information and booking details, or contact Casi Dylan, Training Manager.
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