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Oxford Co-operative Training Scheme

Providing high quality, low-cost and accessible training to front line staff within the voluntary and statutory sector in Oxfordshire OCTS’s aim is to offer affordable, appropriate training to those ‘front-line’ workers in residential settings, in day centres, in advice centres, in the community etc, who…

Providing high quality, low-cost and accessible training to front line staff within the voluntary and statutory sector in Oxfordshire OCTS’s aim is to offer affordable, appropriate training to those ‘front-line’ workers in residential settings, in day centres, in advice centres, in the community etc, who are working with clients many of whom have multiple and complex problems.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Gina Ball
Contact Position
Manager
Telephone
01235 211038
01235 211038
E-mail
admin@octs.org.uk
Website
Courses: client focused, skills and personal development, tools etc

Where to go

Name
The Cherwell Centre
Address
16
Norham Gardens
Oxford
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX2 6QB

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Two programmes of one and two-day courses each year - Apr to Jul & Sep to Dec
Time of day
Term time only
Session Information
Courses start at 10:00am (coffee and registration at 09:45) and end at 16:30. Lunch is included.

Other Details

Costs

Details

For courses appplied for 6 weeks or more before the course is to run the cost per person per day = £80 and concessionary rate for voluntary organisations per person per day = £65.  For later applications cost per person per day = £90 and concessionary rate for voluntary organisations per person per day = £75.

Availability

Age Ranges
Adults working in the voluntary and statutory sectors in Oxford

Additional Information

Providing services to
Adults

Last checked on 01/01/2019

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