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Bookings now open – connect to AELP members with Communities that Work in a unique webinar

Dear Communities that Work members,

We are pleased to announce a new Webinar is open for registration today, organised in partnership with the AELP.

AELP members deliver the majority of Apprenticeships, Traineeships, English and maths in the workplace and programmes for the unemployed, including the Work Programme. They represent a key partner for Communities that Work members as we seek to re-shape employment support and develop powerful partnerships with employment and skills services.

Join us on 9th December at 10.30am.
For further info and to book:
http://www.aelpwebinars.org.uk/skillsandhousing

Important – Communities that Work have secured AELP discount rates for this webinar. In order to secure this, first click on ‘Communities that Work member’ in the booking box. The next screen asks for your email address and your 4 digit (aelp) member number – don’t put 4 digits in, instead please put in 7 letters – Communities that WorkMEM to the same field. AELP know of all Communities that Work members and will cross check the booking and secure your discount.

We hope this is of interest and look forward to welcoming you into this unique webinar and new partnership with AELP.

Warm wishes,

Lynsey

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