New Leaf College Autumn Term 2017 Timetable

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New Leaf College provides a range of free of charge courses and workshops to enable you to take better control of your wellbeing, learn some practical skills and  provides an opportunity for reflection on your own situation and how you can build on your strengths to achieve better wellbeing. Our courses are available to anyone aged over 18 living in Hertfordshire. Courses are offered from various campuses across the county.

Click here to view the Autumn term timetable

Enrol online, by email or by phone:

Online: www.newleafcollege.co.uk

Email: students@newleafcollege.co.uk

Phone: 01442 864966

Gain a Free Qualification in English or Maths!

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Hertfordshire Adult and Family Learning Service and Welwyn Hatfield Council invite you to take a FREE course in English or Maths

The English course starts:
Tuesday 12th September for 20 weeks (avoiding school holidays)
Time: 12.30 to 3.00 pm
At: Hatfield Housing Office

Click here to view details of the English course

The Maths course starts: 
Wednesday 13th September for 20 weeks (avoiding school holidays)
Time:  12.30 to 3.00 pm
At: Pomegranate Café, Woodhall Lane, WGC

Click here to view details of the Maths course

To book or for more information please contact Fiona Plumridge at Welwyn Hatfield Council on 01707 357733 or email f.plumridge@welhat.gov.uk

Stay safe online

Stay Safe Online

Fraudsters have been conning people out of their money and possessions for centuries, but these days technological advances have given them even more ways to deceive and cheat you, and relieve you of your money.  By using the phone or Internet they can do so without your knowing anything about who they are, or their whereabouts – most likely they are not even in the UK.

The “bad guys” have three ways they can exploit:

  • Infect or take control of your computer, tablet or smart phone to steal your money,
  • Use your device to attack someone else.
  • Deceive you into handing over information about your bank or credit card details

Computer Friendly have recently started actively using Facebook and Twitter to help people be aware of Internet-based scams and fraud.

We are linked in to several Twitter and Facebook organisations who promulgate issues, such as Action Fraud, as well as adding more information of our own.

I thought the organisations in the Stronger Together networks may find it useful to have an easy source of reference for Internet scams? Would it be possible for you to forward the details of our accounts to them?

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/computerfriendlyherts/?fref=st

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ComputerFriend3

We also have a lot of information on this on our webpage: http://www.computerfriendlystalbans.org.uk/safe.html

Thanks

Ian Gotts

 

Pre peer Mentoring Course

Have you heard of Peer Mentoring?

Want to know more about it?

Have you used Drug & Alcohol services in your recovery?

Mentoring can be defined as a 'one-to-one, non-judgemental relationship in which an individual, the mentor, gives time to support and encourage another.' It recognises people's need for having somebody there for them as they develop skills and gain the confidence to become independent and lead fulfilled lives.

 Our 3 session course is aimed at giving people the confidence and knowledge to take the first step in peer mentoring or volunteering for organisations that provide Drug/Alcohol services in Herts.

The course is held at The Wellspring Church Centre, 1 Wellspring Way, Watford WD17 2AH

(Please note: Satnav WD17 2NU nearest parking is at Kings Car Park)

The course is 3 sessions long, every Thursday. Starting 28th August and ending on the 11th Sept 2014.

If you would like to attend please call Leslie or Tracy on 01707 328014 or email info@hertsviewpoint.co.uk

Reasonable travel expenses and refreshments are provided.

August 18: Watford Partnership Forum

UPCOMING MEETINGs

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