Tuesday, January 23, 2007

We have just heard that due to a last minute cancellation the Centre for Human Ecology has 2 (or possibly 3) spaces on their Action Research training course starting this Friday:

"Action Research helps people deepen their learing about questions they feel passionate about. Research with others, not on them!
- Learn-by-doing whilst engaging with inspiring articles and papers;
- Enhance your leadership, facilitation and research skills;
- Slow down, go further: develop awareness practices in your life andwork.

Action Research is increasingly central to the success of projects and people engaging with the challenges of social justice and sustainability. This course offers inspiration and practical skills to improve the ways you (and your organisation) work, so the results better match your values and objectives. Certificate of Professional Development offered through a partnership between CHE and the Dept of Geography & Sociology, University of Strathclyde. Full details, including costs and dates, here: http://www.che.ac.uk/mambo/content/view/180/188/
If you would like to attend, please email Nick Wilding, the courseleader, direct.

The Wilderness Foundation supports the work of the Centre for Human Ecology - especially their commitment to taking the sustainability message into the wilds which we have written about previously here.

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