Posted by: the3rdi | May 11, 2010

FREE course for Women over 50

This project is for women who are at a crossroads, want to get more out of life, find ways of earning a living, e.g. become self employed, plus workshops in ICT, presentation, and working with like minded women.

Then the OWLE50+ life changing, weekly workshops could be for you!

11 day-long sessions on Tuesdays from June 8 – August 17, plus a one off event in September.

OWLE50+ includes:

* Lifeskills and confidence building
* Effective senior citizenship
* Employability, enterprise and earning
* ICT and social media – for work, for play
* Community skills and volunteering
* Developing and presenting your ideas

OWLE50+ is run by The Centre for Micro Enterprise (CME) at London Metropolitan University. We have worked with over 350 women aged 50+ and helped them get more out of life through learning, earning, enjoying!

The course is free – we are funded by the EU Lifelong Learning Programme.

Contact us now for application form. We will be interviewing applicants by phone.

Contact Hilary, Katy or Ann for information, and application form:

0207 320 1573 or email hilary.farnworth@londonmet.ac.uk

OWLE50+ women over 50: making the most of yourself

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Responses

  1. Continuing education in all forms is so important for women over 50.

    Renee Fisher, co -author Invisible No More: The Secret Lives of Women Over 50 and Saving the Best for Last: Creating Our Lives After 50

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