Wednesday, 11 July 2007

Who wants to be skilled up?

Redcar and Cleveland Council is hoping young people will take the hotseat at the three-day Skill Up Tees Valley exhibition at the Riverside Stadium next week.

The Council's Adult Learning Service is teaming up with Routes To Employment and E2E - Entry To Employment for post 16 provision provided by EOTAS, Education Other Than At School, with a version of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, July 17-19.

The Service's manager John Harris explained: "We are setting up patio tables and chairs around a large screen and are planning an interactive Who wants to be a Millionaire? game to attract people.

"Prizes will be millions of words - book tokens of various values! We will be giving out information about the education, training, guidance and work experience opportunities funded by the Learning and Skills Council that we collectively do."

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