Here you’ll find out about upcoming training and events for June 2018-March 2019. For further info talk to Helena or Rachel on 01 823 0860.
Courses and Events for Residents and Activists in the North East Inner City of Dublin
This course encourages participants to explore what they thing and feel about current events in society. It is an accredited QQI Level 4 Minor Cert., and will start in Autumn 2018. Contact Helena on 01 823 0860 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further info. More info here.
Workshops for Community Leaders, Educators and Activists
A number of workshops (one-day and two-day) will be held on issues such as Zero Waste, Globalisation and inequality, food issues and more.
This workshop takes place on 18th and 19th September 2018 and can be taken as a one-day (18th Sept only) or two-day training. Day one aims to up-skill participants so they can become informed and equipped to lead others in reducing waste, through workshops and events in their communities. The second day will be a deeper exploration of how our wasteful way of living is threatening the survival of life on the planet, and how to respond. More info here.
Accredited QQI Level 6 Training
Our popular QQI Level 6 training in Global Development will take place between October and November 2018. Please email to express interest. More info here
Facilitating Development Education Course
An 8-week course which will enable you to gain the skills needed to facilitate development education training will take place in Dublin in Jan-Mar 2019. Please email to express interest.
Subject to staff availability we can run training for trainer workshops on development education issues on request for organisations who can gather a group of minimum 12 relevant community workers/trainers. Please contact us to discuss further.
Mentoring & Resources
We provide resources and support for trainers seeking to add a global perspective to their community development or education work in Ireland. We also provide online materials, including a revised trainers manual ‘Connecting Communities’ (downloadable here on this site)