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RNIB Scotland Youth Forum Fun Days

Please find enclosed a flyer with information regarding our up and coming Fun Days.  I would ask that you forward to anyone whom you feel may be interested in participating in any of these events. Pease contact me if you require additional copies and or flyers in alternative formats.

Please also feel free to contact me if you have any general enquires with regards to the Forum.

With best wishes,

Mo Colvin
Project Development Officer

More information from NDCS!

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Just a little reminder re Inclusive Futures – Future Opportunities Open Day for Deaf People, organised by NDCS Scotland Education Project.

ABERDEEN – WEDNESDAY 13 FEBRUARY 2008 AT 10.00AM – 3.00PM (Only 1 week away!)

At ANEDS (Aberdeen and North East Deaf Society), 13 Smithfield Road, Aberdeen, AB24 4NR

GLASGOW – WEDNESDAY 20 FEBRUARY 2008 AT 10.00AM – 3.00PM (Only 2 weeks away!)

At Deaf Connections, 100 Norfolk Street, Glasgow, G5 9EJ

This is an excellent and unique opportunity for those to find information about Further Education, Higher Education, Employment, Support, Advice and many more on the day….

This is an Open Day Event where you can come and go as you please at whatever time you want between 10.00am and 3.00pm.

If you would like more information, please contact NDCS Scotland Office at 0141 248 4457 or email: https://www.edubuzz.org/careers/wp-admin/

Attached is a copy of the Poster. It’s FREE and no charge!

Just a little reminder re Inclusive Futures – Future Opportunities Open Day for Deaf People, organised by NDCS Scotland Education Project.

ABERDEEN – WEDNESDAY 13 FEBRUARY 2008 AT 10.00AM – 3.00PM (Only 1 week away!)

At ANEDS (Aberdeen and North East Deaf Society), 13 Smithfield Road, Aberdeen, AB24 4NRGLASGOW – WEDNESDAY 20 FEBRUARY 2008 AT 10.00AM – 3.00PM (Only 2 weeks away!)

At Deaf Connections, 100 Norfolk Street, Glasgow, G5 9EJ

This is an excellent and unique opportunity for those to find information about Further Education, Higher Education, Employment, Support, Advice and many more on the day….

This is an Open Day Event where you can come and go as you please at whatever time you want between 10.00am and 3.00pm.

If you would like more information, please contact NDCS Scotland Office at 0141 248 4457.

Attached is a copy of the Poster. It’s FREE and no charge!

Information from NDCS

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NDCS Scotland and Scottish Deaf Youth Association are having a Residential Week called “Moving On” held in Badaguish, Cairngorm Outdoor Centre, Aviemore on Monday 31 March 2008 to Friday 4 April 2008 for those who are 14-19 years old. There are limited spaces for Moving On Residential Week.

This is an excellent and unique opportunity for those to find information about Further Education, Higher Education, Employment, Personal Finance, Financial Support, Communication Support, Personal Life Skills, Your Rights and many more….

If anyone is interested or would like more information, please contact NDCS Scotland Office at 0141 248 4457 or email: ndcs.scotland@ndcs.org.uk

Attached is a copy of the Poster. It’s FREE and there is no charge. Full Board Accommodation is provided.

NDCS Scotland and Scottish Deaf Youth Association are having a Residential Week called “Moving On” held in Badaguish, Cairngorm Outdoor Centre, Aviemore on Monday 31 March 2008 to Friday 4 April 2008 for those who are 14-19 years old. There are limited spaces for Moving On Residential Week.

This is an excellent and unique opportunity for those to find information about Further Education, Higher Education, Employment, Personal Finance, Financial Support, Communication Support, Personal Life Skills, Your Rights and many more….

If anyone is interested or would like more information, please contact NDCS Scotland Office at 0141 248 4457 or email: ndcs.scotland@ndcs.org.uk

Attached is a copy of the Poster. It’s FREE and there is no charge. Full Board Accommodation is provided.

Information from epoc

More information from www.epoc.org.uk

 Mick

We are currently taking bookings for the following careers conferences for students:

Improve Your Chances of Becoming a Doctor
Saturday 26 January 2008, 10.00am to 4.30pm, University College London

Improve Your Chances of Becoming a Doctor
Saturday 1 March 2008, 10.00am to 4.30pm, University College London

Improve Your Chances of Becoming a Lawyer
Saturday 8 March 2008, 10:00am to 4:30pm, The College of Law, London

These events give GCSE and A level students the opportunity to:

á     Gain practical advice on getting into university and the profession of their choice

á     Find out about the career and its specialist fields

á     Speak with solicitors, barristers / doctors and university students

á     Discuss their academic options, alternative and related careers

For full details and an application form, please see www.epoc.org.uk

We are currently taking bookings for the following careers conferences for students:

Improve Your Chances of Becoming a Doctor
Saturday 26 January 2008, 10.00am to 4.30pm, University College London

Improve Your Chances of Becoming a Doctor
Saturday 1 March 2008, 10.00am to 4.30pm, University College London

Improve Your Chances of Becoming a Lawyer
Saturday 8 March 2008, 10:00am to 4:30pm, The College of Law, London

These events give GCSE and A level students the opportunity to:

á     Gain practical advice on getting into university and the profession of their choice

á     Find out about the career and its specialist fields

á     Speak with solicitors, barristers / doctors and university students

á     Discuss their academic options, alternative and related careers

For full details and an application form, please see www.epoc.org.uk

Brunton Hall 9th January 2009

This event is for members of the black and minority ethnic community who live and work in East Lothian. It is an opportunity for individuals to share views and experiences and have a say about their local community. By encouraging participation we are setting the foundations for greater representation from the minority ethnic community in the planning of services and their communities.

This is one of two meetings, while the first meeting is only for members of the minority ethnic community the second meeting will be a chance for other community planning partners to get involved.

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Careers information and advice