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One day left to go before Read For Africa turns 15 and we’re happy to announce that our MEMBER AREA has just gone live.
If you can’t join us in person on Saturday, you can visit us online and see what benefits you will receive as a member.
Membership is open to anyone and will cost R150 for the year. Renewal will always be in March to coincide with our birthday celebrations.

If you have been trained as part of one of our member schools your membership is included, so just sign up and your membership will get approved.

Click here to view benefits and join Read For Africa on-line
 
 
If you are a Certified Reading Therapist, membership will include a listing on our website. You will be allocated an accreditation number if you don’t have one already.

Check our list of Accredited Reading Therapists
 
 
Reminder:
We will be conducting 3 workshops on this Saturday as part of our Birthday Bash and we still have space for late registrations should you want to attend.
 
The programme will be as follows

8:30 to 9:00 Registration
9:00 to 9:30 Welcome by Traci Mann from Sew Africa
  • Traci gave the opening address at our launch exactly 15 years ago to the day!
  • A trip down memory lane with Traci, Melanie Smith and Jenny Taylor
  • Brief overview of the Read For Africa vision
9:30 – 10:00 Celebratory Tea
  • An opportunity to network and mingle with like-minded passionate people
10:15 – 12:30 Break Away for Selected Workshops in Meeting Room A, B and C
  • An Introductory Workshop for those who are being introduced to Phono-Graphix for the first time
    With Melanie Smith in Meeting Room C
  • An Advanced Workshop on how Phono-Graphix can take you from sound to symbol to meaning
    With Jenny Taylor in Meeting Room B
  • An Afrikaans Workshop for those who have already attended training in English
    With Annette Loedolff in meeting room A
12:30 to 13:00 Question and Answer session and a Brief Overview in Afrikaans
A few prizes will be given away in a lucky draw including a free course as well as a set of readers and other resources!


Go to http://www.readforafrica.com/index.php/blog to read more or to download a registration form

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