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All RCN libraries offer training on how to do literature searches and use databases. 

Please see below for details of the training offered at your nearest library.

RCN Library and Heritage Centre (London)

Do you need help finding information or improving your literature searching skills? We offer RCN members training sessions:

Tuesday: 3-4pm: one to one training - contact us to book.

Wednesday: 2-4pm: drop-in training - no appointment necessary, just pop in during this time.

Thursday: 3-4pm: one to one training - contact us to book.

Saturday: 11am-12 noon: one to one training - contact us to book.

Other times may be possible upon request and we also offer sessions for small groups. Email: information.literacy@rcn.org.uk or phone 0345 337 3368.

RCN Northern Ireland Library and Information Zone

We offer training sessions for groups or on a one-to-one basis on all aspects of information literacy. .

To find out about information skills training please email library.belfast@rcn.org.uk or telephone 02890 384612/13.

RCN Scotland Learning Hub

RCN staff can come to your workplace to advise you and provide training tailored to your information and training needs.

To find out more please email scotland.library@rcn.org.uk or telephone 0131 662 6163/4

RCN Wales Library and Information Service

We provide training sessions in groups or one-to-one in all aspects of information literacy. Training sessions can be delivered in person, over the phone or via an online tutorial.

To find out about information skills training please email wales.library@rcn.org.uk or  telephone 029 2068 0734.

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