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Being a co-trainer or a peer supporter: follow up sessions!

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Are you a disabled adult? Are you interested in learning some skills to help other people? You do not need an official diagnosis and we will not ask you what your condition is.

WECIL has been working with other disability charities all over Europe to develop a programme to train disabled people to become co-trainers or peer supporters. We want to trial the training we have prepared to see what we can improve about the materials. By coming to these sessions, you will learn some new skills but you will also help us make the programme even better!

If you are interested in learning more about the skills needed to be a co-trainer or a peer supporter, there are training sessions for you to attend. The sessions will be online, using Zoom. During a session, you can have your camera on or off. You can use the microphone or the chat function to communicate. There will be opportunities to share your views, but you don’t have to if you are not comfortable. If you want to discuss your learning needs further to ensure the session is inclusive, please contact marketing@wecil.co.uk.

You will need to click on the links below to register.

Peer Supporters – Tuesday 8th of June – 2pm to 4.30pm (there will be 2 breaks)

Co-Trainers – Wednesday 9th of June – 2pm to 4.30pm (there will be 2 breaks)

Peer Supporters AND Co-Trainers – Thursday 10th of June – 2pm to 3.30pm (there will be 1 break)

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