CAN Training Events

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CAN Training Events are funded by Cumbria Community Foundation


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How do I book a place on CAN Training Courses ?

By downloading and completing this booking form and returning it to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Places on our courses are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.

How are places allocated?

Place will be allocated on a first come first served basis and a maximum of two places per organisation can be booked (unless otherwise stated).

What is the cost?

Places on our courses are FREE to network members. When completing the booking form please remember to state your training number (available from your Network Champion). A £50.00 charge will be made for non attendance or cancellation without 48 hours notice.

Whilst CAN training events will remain free for delegates to attend, we are a charity and it costs £1,200 per day for us to put on a course.  Donations towards attendance and refreshments will be welcome – our suggested donation amount is £20 to £25 but this is not mandatory. Any income will go back into the training budget to provide more courses.  Cheques made payable to Cumbria Advice Network. A donation box will be available on the day.

 

For further information on our training programme please contact your

Network Champion or email Maria Hewitt at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

 

The Benefits Training Company website has free resources you can use to support your service users. Sample letters, troubleshooting, tips and flowcharts are listed in alphabetical order under general headings. There is also a monthly newsletter which is full of news stories and training tips.

Go to www.benefitstraining.co.uk to find out more.

 

The National Homelessness Advice Service aim to prevent homelessness and improve housing by giving free training, advice and support to those working at the front line.