Free course sets the foundations for improved relationships | believe housing

Free course sets the foundations for improved relationships

29 September 2016 - Latest news

A new training opportunity will help residents to build better bonds with their family and friends.Customer Engagement Team 2

Dale & Valley Homes, in partnership with Bishop Auckland College, is hosting a ‘Building positive relationships’ workshop on Thursday, 6 October.

Between 9.30am and 3pm at Mickle Grove Community Training Hub in Leeholme, participants will learn how behavioural traits can have a detrimental impact on overall health and wellbeing.

Kimberley Batey, Dale & Valley Homes’ Community Training Project Coordinator, said: “The programme aims to improve participants’ confidence and assertiveness, with discussions around self-worth, available support services, and making better life choices for self and others.”

For more information and to reserve a place call Kimberley on 0746 940 2619 or email k.batey@daleandvalleyhomes.co.uk

Help to attend the course, including transport and free childcare, can be arranged.

For more information on other free training events visit www.daleandvalleyhomes.co.uk

Photo attached: Dale & Valley Homes’ Customer Engagement Team

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