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‘Sum’thing tasty on offer at free course

6 September 2016 - Latest news

A landlord’s free training programme combines the world of mathematics with chocolate.

‘Choco Maths’ is a new course from Dale & Valley Homes that brings together the somewhat dull subject of mental arithmetic with some tasty treats.

From Tuesday, 13 September between 9.30am and 11.30am at Mickle Grove Community Training Hub in Leeholme, attendees can brush up on their calculation skills and work towards a qualification suited to their needs and understanding.

Kimberley Batey from Dale & Valley Homes said: “Our Choco Maths course isn’t the most conventional approach to the classroom, but we hope attendees will reap the rewards.

“By working with J&K Training we have devised an informal course that allows people to learn at their own level and have fun at the same time.”

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

Training is held each week across a 10-week programme.

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 above: Dale & Valley Homes Customer Engagement Team

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