MLRC Open Training in Housing Law, November 28th, 2018

By mercylaw, Thursday, 11th October 2018 | 0 comments

Mercy Law Resource Centre Open Housing Law Training

MLRC is delighted to announce that we will be running

an open housing law training session 

Date: 28th of November, 2018

Time: 9.30am – 1pm

Venue: Wisdom Centre, Sophia Housing Complex, 25 Cork Street

This training is open to any individuals working in the field of housing

and homelessness.

How to book a place on this course:

The cost per participant is €60.

For more information on what will be covered in the training, please click here.

Other individuals and organisations who have attended the training previously,

have provided us with the following feedback:

 

“The training was excellent, very practical and I like hearing about all the case studies.

You are doing an excellent job. Keep it up!

 You are a great and a very well needed resource for people.”

“It was very enjoyable, especially the case studies.“

            “It will really help our understanding of housing and homelessness cases.”

The spaces for this training are limited so please do book early if you wish to attend.

If you are interested in booking a place(s) for this housing law training

please contact Shauna Curran, MLRC Administrator, at Mercy Law Resource Centre

on 01 4537459 or by email to events@mercylaw.ie by 5pm on 23rd of November.

 

Please note, due to high demand for places on this training,

bookings can only be secured by payment.

We would be very happy to hear from you!

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