Ambassador Training – How to deliver a session in schools

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A big thank you to those Ambassadors that attended the training session this evening; How to deliver a session in schools.

As we discussed providing more young people to hear from inspiring young people, and give them access to really great careers and skill information is a key part of your work as an Ambassador.

It is important that you understand what type of activities you can run in a school, college, youth group of other setting. So this training session provided that information and the information needed to talk about the Young Professional and Careers Hub. Linking to our fab little video and range of teacher resources.

You can download the How to deliver a session in school – Ambassador Training and listen/watch the webinar in full here, we do recommend listening to the webinar before you plan any sessions!

Please complete the 5 modules of Ambassador Training ⇑, particularly the Induction and Public Speaking one! Once completed make sure you take the quiz at the end, that way we can record that you have completed the session.

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