SCLT Public Presentation Team Visit Caerleon Probus Club

 

Wednesday 7th November 2018 has seen SCLT enrichment presenter Jon Williams, accepting an invitation to join  the monthly meeting of the Caerleon Probus Club at their monthly meeting in the beautiful Gwent town to give the gathered audience a fully interactive presentation on the subject of avoiding frauds and scams in later-life.

 

 The word Probus is an abbreviation of the words PROfessional and BUSiness, however membership is not restricted to these two groups. It also embraces former executives of Government and other organisations, in fact anyone who held a position of responsibility during their professional life.

 

 Probus clubs provide an opportunity for retired professionals to attend regular meetings with like-minded people who appreciate similar interests and social standing. Probus is an organisation for active retirees who enjoy the camaraderie that belonging to this organisation brings.

 

 Probus provides a support network for professionals when they retire, these clubs were initially started for men but over the years has seen a steady growth in Ladies and Mixed clubs. Many clubs have extensive networking, social programmes, which include meetings with other Probus clubs, group trips, holidays and involvement in community projects etc.

 

 The concept of Probus was born in the UK and has grown to be a huge success worldwide. One Australian gentleman said to a British member in the late seventies, “Probus is the best export the UK has ever had”.

 

 The presentation takes the audience on a journey through the world of fraud and deception and the many scams that they may encounter in their daily lives. The session includes several video and casestudies, in which the audience asked to consider how they might improve their own precautions to being caught up in a fraud.

 

 At the conclusion of his visit, Jon commented, “I have really enjoyed joining the gentlemen of the Probus Club in Cearleon and delivering our senior safety presentation. Sadly several of the audience had already fallen victim to fruads in the past, but our session has prepared the audience for the future and hopefully everyone will now be ready if they are ever targeted by a fraudster” 

 

 Every member of the audience received a personal copy of the award-winning Senior Siren magazine, which is produced by the Senior Citizen Liaison Team and published quarterly online and via a local network of outlets.

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