Here you’ll find out about upcoming training and events and how to apply. For further info or discuss your application talk to Helena or Rachel on 01 823 0860.
This workshop on Globalisation and Inequality Workshop is aimed at community activists, workers and educators and takes place on Thursday, 16 November 10.00am-4.00pm, in the Carmelite Community Centre, Dublin 2. This one-day Development Education workshop is an opportunity to explore rising inequality in Ireland and around the world, its causes and consequences, and what can be done about it. Read more….
This is a one-day training course for people working in the community who are interested in exploring & promoting healthier ways of eating for both people and planet. The first half of the day consists of learning interactive methodologies to explore issues around food (where our food comes from, food waste, the impact of food on our health etc.) with groups and the second half involves learning healthy recipes to share with your groups with a professional chef. Read more….
QQI 4 The World in Your Backyard Course, Dublin 1, Autumn 2017
This is a QQI Level 4 course that encourages you to figure out what kind of community and what kind of world you want to live in. In it you will explore poverty, inequality, globalisation, culture and discuss what needs to change to make the world a fairer place. The course will take place in LYCS Adult Education Programme, Rutland St, Dublin 1 in Autumn 2017, dates to be confirmed.
This QQI Level 6 course will involve exploring and questioning what development is, how to evaluate development, and what are some of the root causes of the many development challenges facing the world today. It invites you to consider how issues such as runaway inequality, poverty, climate change, hunger and conflict can be addressed and a more equal and sustainable world can be achieved? If you are interested in human rights, community, sustainability, social justice, culture, inequality, neo-liberalism, colonialism and other topics relating to human development here and around the globe, then this course will be of interest to you. It aims to equip people with the ability to think about global development issues in a critical way. It is particularly targeted at people involved in community organizations and groups and will enable them to bring a global development perspective to their work and lives. The accredited course will take place in Dublin city centre and consist of 6 full days of study (approx. 10am-4.30pm on weekdays) plus assignments.
Zero Waste 2-day Training, Tues 30th & Wed 31st January 2018
This is a two day training, but participants can opt to do both or either one of the two days as required. The first day aims to up-skill participants so they can create and deliver informative and interactive workshops on how and why to reduce waste. It will give participants lots of ideas on how to run a dynamic & interactive event.
The second day will be a deeper exploration of how our way of living is threatening the survival of life on the planet. We will look at issues such as our human development needs, consumerism and climate justice and also explore what impact this crisis is having on us as individuals, as group leaders/activists and on society as a whole. We will explore tools to help ourselves and others move beyond apathy, to recognize our feelings and learn self-care techniques to cope with them and ultimately help channel grief into hope and action to create a life sustaining world.
Harnessing Your Voice for Change. One-day workshop, Thursday 22nd Feb 2018
This unique one-day training is about using Music, Singing & Holistic Wellness Techniques to empower you and others to become more active global citizens. The day will involve a mixture of identifying what makes our blood boil about what is happening in the world today and using the tools of voice-work, singing, energy work and holistic wellness techniques to channel our powerful feelings into a vision of action for change.