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Using the website

Welcome to the Centre's website.

We have tried to make using the site as easy as possible but here's a list of things that might make it easier for you.

Keeping up to date

The best way to keep up to date is to make sure you register for the site. We'll then add you to our database and this means you'll get regular emails from us letting you know about important developments like new events.

Giving us your views

The website allows you to add your comments or start up discussions. You can do this by posting a reply to Carol's blog or by responding to/starting a new thread in the Centre's Forum. This can be accessed from the menu on the left. You need to be a registered user with the site to post comments.

If you want to let us know your views on the website (navigation issues or what you would like from us) do email us your comments or questions. (contact@centreforconfidence.co.uk)

Finding material

Most of the material we've got on the website can be accessed from the menu on your left. To make it easier we've also included four big 'portals' on the front page. These take you into some of the biggest sections of the site or give different access to the material.

No matter where you are on the site the bar below the main graphic at the top lets you see where you are (breadcrumbs). In fact as you click on pages it shows you the route you're taking. This allows you to see in an instant where you are and how to get back to previous material. Of course, you can also use the back button on your browser.

Positive Psychology Resources is the biggest section of the website. You can access this through the top right portal or from the resources menu on the right.
Make sure you read the instructions on the first page which tells you about how to access the material. We've a huge library here so make sure you don't miss out on the audio and video, tools etc.

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