AMBITIOUS women in Denbighshire have one last chance to enroll on a programme designed to help them unlock their career potential.
The ‘Ascent’ programme, which has already provided recognised management training and tailored one-to-one support to over 2,000 Welsh women, is delivered by Colwyn Bay-based Chwarae Teg, the women’s economic development body for Wales.
Ascent, which involves no fee for the participating women or their employer, is part of Chwarae Teg’s £12.5m European Social Fund and Welsh Government-funded Agile Nation project that supports the progression of women in the workplace.
Women wishing to take advantage of this Ascent training need to register with Chwarae Teg in order to enroll on the Level 2 Leadership and Team Skills course commencing on November 4 in the Oriel Hotel, Upper Denbigh Road, St Asaph.
Ascent enables female employees working in the private or third sectors to develop their team-leading and management skills and gain an accredited Institute of Leadership and Management qualification within eight weeks.
Hayley Dunne, Agile Nation Project Manager, said: “When we set up Agile Nation our aim was to have a real impact on real lives, and the achievements of the 2,000 women who have been through the Institute of Leadership and Management course is this aim realised.
"I would like to congratulate all the women who put themselves forward for the training and thank the managers of Welsh businesses for identifying individuals whom they believed had great potential.”
To register for the final Ascent course starting on November 4 or for more information call Jane Hartley on 01492 511704 / 07787 295657, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.agilenation.co.uk/for-women/.