Let's host a Workshop
Would you like to work with us to pilot and test this approach in your area or with your staff? The initial three hour workshop gives a first hand insight into the approach and way of working.
If you have any questions or would you like to find out more please contact Jimmy Ryan on +353 86 259 7275 or Des McCabe on +44 7717 203325 or email for more information - diversiton(at)gmail.com
Cost - from only £800 per workshop
The cost is from only £800 per workshop (inclusive of travel and accommodation expenses). You just need to provide the venue and refreshments for participants. If you need help with promoting the event just let us know and we can create posters with your logo and details.
Note on numbers -
£800 (inclusive) for up to 50 people
£1,100 (inclusive) for up to 100 people and
£1,400 (inclusive) for up to 200 people
We suggest that you choose one of the following times.
Book a Work it Out! training workshop for your area / organisation.
Would you like Des to deliver a half day Work it Out! Workshop for between 50 – 200 participants or members of staff?
Work it Out! half day workshops have taken place in areas such as Motherwell, Stroud, King's Lynn, Coleraine, Bedford, Glamorgan, Middlesboro, Spelthorne, Dublin, Manchester, Strabane, Chichester, Derry, Peterborough, Wolverhampton, Stroud, Banbridge, Horsham, Durham, Belfast, Manchester, Worthing, Dundalk, Birmingham, Clonmel - and many others.
This development opportunity is ideal for local councils, funding bodies, development agencies, community groups, health bodies, government departments, charities, regional/local partnerships and E.U. funded Programmes.
In a packed 3 hours delegates will learn a completely new approach to work with helpful ideas, tips, strategies and practical advice. They will learn to harness their skills, experience and ideas to develop new income streams, find work and build their futures.
Guaranteed to deliver
There is always strong demand for places - especially from the under-employed, women returners, over 50's, unemployed, retired, school leavers, people based at home, self-employed, those looking for a fresh impetus to their career. - in fact anyone (from 16-85) who is a bit 'stuck' at the moment.