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Free* Training in Information, Advice and Guidance

Do you work in a context where you often find yourself supporting people to make decisions? An information, advice and guidance qualification helps you to build your skills to make sure you are giving the best service possible.

York Learning has a fantastic *free opportunity for staff and volunteers who work with individuals, families and in communities.

Join us at our networking and development sessions, and gain an optional NCFE Level 2 Certificate in Information, Advice and Guidance.

  • Build thriving networks
  • Source support for people you are working with
  • Develop your communication skills
  • Increase your knowledge of local opportunities
  • Create an IAG ‘Toolkit’ including researching information, signposting, referring, overcoming barriers, transferable skills, and action planning

If you’re joining our 5 week IAG course, why not also take the opportunity to gain an industry recognised Level 2 qualification? Skills Network’s NCFE Information, Advice and Guidance course is an excellent complement to our IAG 5 workshops. This online course is free (subject to eligibility) and requires between 25-35 hours of study. Click here to enrol.

Want to know what the course is like?

Click here to watch our short video giving an overview of the course. Hear what our two Community Learning Champions, David and Keelie learnt from the course and how it benefited Miles’s volunteer mental health role and Angie’s community teaching role.