It was great to attend the Love Learning event at the Mander Centre last week. The event welcomed lots of visitors and hoped to inspire and encourage various learning opportunities.
The event is part of Wolverhampton Council’s Residents Programme which will see a host of events across the city this month.
- Fri 8th March- Central Library will be holding a coffee morning to mark International Women’s Day and Empurple Week, to raise awareness of domestic abuse from 10am.
- Wednesday 13 March- Wolves at Work is holding Parents Talk Jobs, a drop-in session for parents and carers running from 10.30am-12.30pm. People will be able to get expert advice on careers, benefits, childcare, volunteering and employment. Children are welcome and Central Library will be holding an additional Storytime during the Parents Talk session to keep pre-schoolers occupied.
- Wednesday 27 March 1pm – 3pm- International Citizens Talk Jobs will provide help and support to international students and workers who are looking to gain employment. During the drop-in session.
These events are part of the fourth City of Wolverhampton Residents Programme, which features a wide range of activities designed to support residents into work, with their everyday living and being healthy, including plenty of information and free advice on a range of other issues.
For more details of the City of Wolverhampton Residents Programme, please visit the dedicated Live, Learn, Work website at www.livelearnworkwolves.com.