A toolkit for community development - Waste 2 Taste 10 week programme
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A Tool-kit for Community Development and Engagement
Are you working or volunteering in your community? In the Arts, Tidy Towns, Youthwork, Community Planning, Cultural Regeneration or another community setting? Are you keen to learn effective community engagement strategies?
Then this course is for you!
Through the development of a real project, an edible-medicinal sculpture trail in Cahersiveen, you will learn a systemic approach to:
* strategic project development, management and implementation (incl. utilsing policy, project planning, fundraising, evaluation)
* partnership building
* design thinking
This will be achieved using practical methods that you can adapt to your own projects and context.
The course teaches an approach developed over 25 years working in national, international, public and community contexts and now brings together this experience from Dr Anita McKeown with Seán O’Laoghaire.
At the end of the course, you will have transferable skills that have been proven to contribute to how we create, develop and manage projects, solve problems, deliver value and encourage ethical innovative leadership.
Starting in the O' Connell Centre, Cahersiveen, Waste2Taste will run Thursday evenings 8th November for 10 weeks. (5 weeks before Christmas, 5 weeks after Christmas)
Cost of the course is €120, 10 bursaries available to reduce the cost to €70.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info or to book your place, contact The O' Connell Adult Ed. Centre Caherciveen at 066-9472414 email@example.com
For details on course leads please visit:
Seán O'Laoghaire - https://seananseanchai.com
Dr Anita Mckeown http://smartlab-ie.com/faculty/anita-mckeown/