You can be confident free course will help develop skills

4 November 2015 - Latest news

County Durham tenants are being invited to take part in a free course to help build their confidence.

The ‘Develop your confidence’ programme is being hosted by Dale & Valley Homes, Durham City Homes and East Durham Homes, as part of believe housing, and will help attendees to be more assertive in a range of situations.

The free session, which will take place on Wednesday, 11 November between 10am and 4pm at Dale & Valley House in Bishop Auckland, is perfect for those who may lack self-esteem and want some top tips on dealing with a range of day-to-day occurrences.

Sam Brennand, Customer Experience Team Leader at Dale & Valley Homes, said: “People have different levels of confidence when it comes to different things, and just because someone can appear quite forthright, it doesn’t mean they necessarily are.

“This informal session is ideal for anyone who wants to know more about positive thinking and finding out how small steps can have a real impact on their everyday life.”

Lunch will be provided and help to attend courses, such as transport, is available.

For more information contact customerinvolvement@daleandvalleyhomes.co.uk or call 0800 083 0333.

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