• From: "Richard Godfrey" <richard.godfrey@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "Access-Uk@Freelists. Org" <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 10 Oct 2004 18:45:13 +0100

Thought this opportunity might interest some people.  Seminar trainers, 5
Fee: £60 per hour, plus travel and subsistence expenses to a maximum of £100
per session
Division: RNIB Cymru
Location: Across Wales
Hours: Variable

An opportunity has arisen for 5 blind and partially sighted seminar trainers
to work on the GAIN (Getting Accessible Information Now) for Wales project.
This project is funded by the Big Lottery Fund.  RNIB Cymru is the lead
organisation, and is supported by the Accessible Information Forum.

You are invited to apply for the role of seminar trainer to run sessions to
promote accessible information for people with sight loss.

There are a total of 90 seminars to be delivered across Wales, to service
providers (4 hour sessions) and blind and partially sighted people (1-1½
hour sessions).  We aim to select 5 trainers to deliver this programme on a
consultancy basis in conjunction with the Project Co-ordinator.  Seminar
content will be provided to trainers in advance of the sessions.

You will need excellent communication skills and extensive proven experience
in presenting training programmes to diverse audiences.

For further information, or to obtain an application pack, please contact
Stuart Ball on 029 2045 0440 or e-mail stuart.ball@xxxxxxxxxxx

Closing date for applications is Friday 22 October 2004

Richard Godfrey
Telephone: +44 (0) 1656-657516
Office 01656-643146
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