Did you know that the UK Programme Action Committee holds a Study Day every two years? This year it is being held at Leeds Trinity University on 30 June and the theme is Educate to Lead.
There are five speakers and six workshops (each delegate gets to choose three of these) on a variety of subjects such as Building a Learning Community, Enterprise etc. The cost for the day is £53. You may book by cheque or book and pay securely on-line. Please go to the UKPAC website link for more details. And there’s still time - the booking deadline has just been extended so you can still book a place for this year’s Study Day.
You can also book very reasonably priced accommodation at the University at the same time you register for the Study Day.
To download your copy click on “latest issue” www.ladylinks.co.uk and you can register on-line to be sent your own electronic copy of each issue.
The article on Soroptimist International Great Britain and Ireland (SIGBI) is on pages 50/51 - SIGBI has regular articles in the Lady Links Initiative quarterly mini-magazine. The reader profile is described as female, over 25, educated, aspirational, employed, socially aware and engaged – perfect prospective Soroptimists!
The printed magazine is currently circulated in Yorkshire and the South-East of England, but has plans to go National. SIGBI is being given the space in the magazine as part of the magazine’s Corporate Social Responsibility strategy. “Lady Links Initiative offers a wealth of bite-size features, case studies, tips and advice covering business, creativity and lifestyle to inspire and support like-minded ladies”