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Better understanding the harms related to gaming and gambling in order to support and safeguard apprenitces and employees

Amy Evans, YGAM

Talent United, the employer engagement initiative run by @BarnsleyCollege, will host a FREE masterclass will share expert advice on building workplace resilience around gambling and gaming related harms on Wednesday 21 October, 10.00am to 12.00 noon.

National charity and Talent United partner, the Young Gamers and Gamblers Education Trust (YGAM), will be delivering the informal event for employers who wish to better understand the harms related to gaming and gambling in order to support and safeguard their employees.

The interactive masterclass will cover the potential risks related to gaming and gambling and how to spot the signs of these being present in the workforce. Also, how to inform, educate, signpost, support and build resilience in response.

Attendees will receive a YGAM certificate of attendance, a digital copy of the charity’s ‘In The Know’ Booklet and information about a short follow-up session which provides complete access to a full range of resources.

Jess Widdowson, Enterprise Team Leader at Barnsley College, said:

“We host regular partner-led masterclasses on a variety of themes from wellbeing to business growth. The sessions are designed to develop key skills and they are open to everyone, bringing local businesses together with College staff and students.”

Places are limited, so you are encouraged to book via Alternatively, contact the Talent United team by emailing [email protected].


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