bannerfflfsDeveloping the skills for facilitation, learning, participation, change, influence and persuasion is the focus of a SEEd event in January (and March) in Stroud.

SEEd asks:

What is Learning for Sustainability leadership?

Sustainability requires us to live and work differently and this involves social learning in facilitated groups where new ideas and practices can be created together. It involves the transformative learning, change and influencing required by leaders for change.

Who is this course for?

Environment/sustainability champions in organisations, NGO staff, educators, local government, teachers, lecturers, community leaders.

Why should you do this course?

This course is about enabling you to run creative, facilitated events and workshops for change.  You may find yourself grappling with the need to make personal and organisational changes that are intended to lead towards a more sustainable future. But how can you engage others in this?  As a pioneer or champion you may be working in isolation, but know you need to involve other groups to work effectively for change – you can’t do it on your own!  This course will show you how!  The cost is £600 per head for four days making it great value for money.

Details here.