Courses on how to teach permaculture and how to become a permaculture teacher.

“Permaculture Teaching Matters”

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Permaculture Teaching Matters (PTM) is an international teachers training course organised by the La Bolina Regeneration Project and facilitated by Alfred Decker and Candela Vargas. The course will be available to PDC holders from any country.

PTM is designed for those who want to teach based on Rosemary Morrow’s participatory learning methods. The course will help participants to:

Change the way they think about education.
Move towards a permaculture teaching career
Empower others with life-changing skills
Learn to pass on knowledge of permaculture theory and practice in ways that creates real change in your students, and activates entire communities
Make connections with an international community of permaculture teachers
Gain skills in working with students from different cultures and backgrounds

The PTM course will take place from December 8-15, 2018, at the facilities of La Bolina restoration project in Saleres, a beautiful little village in the depths of the “Valle de Lecrin” in Granada. La Bolina is an association that works for the integration of refugees and migrants in rural environments, through the creation of sustainable livelihoods based on agroecology, permaculture and sustainable commerce.

Dates: 
8 December 2018 to 15 December 2018
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Teachers
Candela Vargas
Apprentice Teachers
Cost: 
600€
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+34601465875
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Permaculture Teacher Training Course with PRI Kenya & Caspar Brown

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This course is designed to equip participants with participatory Permaculture facilitation skills, as well as a solid understanding of the standard content of an international PDC. Based on their Permaculture experience, participants should be able to co-facilitate or assist on PDCs after this course, particularly courses training adult learners. This course will be taught by internationally accredited permaculture practioner – Caspar Brown.

This will be the THIRD TOT Course hosted by PRI Kenya and International faciliators, this time led by Caspar Brown, at the Swara Plains Conservancy. Swara Plains proved an appropriate and poignant locale to host the country’s first ever training of permaculture teachers in 2014 and the second in 2015, drawing from far and wide a group of amazing people from Kenya, greater East Africa, and around the world. An understanding of these themes was a unifying thread for this very special group, drawn from diverse backgrounds but committed to devising and supporting ways for communities to achieve greater abundance and resilience by maintaining mutually supportive relationships with the ecology.

Dates: 
8 October 2018 to 14 October 2018
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Cost: 
650 - 800$
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Training of Permaculture Trainers

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Tools for those wishing to teach permaculture and related issues in an effective, creative and participatory way.
Permaculture has many solutions and has a transformative effect on people's lives. If you wish to share this with others and would like the confidence and the tools to do this in effective, creative ways then this course is for you. This course will give you a grounding in how to teach and share permaculture in a variety of ways, from giving talks to running full permaculture design courses. It is also relevant if you wish to bring more permaculture and creative teaching techniques into your existing work.
10 days residential plus 3 follow up online group calls and 1 mentoring call with one of the facilitators.
This course is fully catered, accommodation is camping, with inside dormitory available on request.

Dates: 
11 June 2019 to 21 June 2019
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arrive afternoon of 11th
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Cost: 
£695, £795, £895, £995 (£50 earlybird discount before 31 Oc)
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Emma
Telephone number: 
01584 831195

Training of Teachers

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Permaculture has many solutions and has a transformative effect on people's lives. If you wish to share this with others and would like the confidence and the tools to do this in effective, creative ways then this course is for you. This course will give you a grounding in how to teach and share permaculture in a variety of ways, from giving talks to running full permaculture design courses. It is also relevant if you wish to bring more permaculture and creative teaching techniques into your existing work.

Dates: 
11 June 2019
20 June 2019
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Arrivals on 11th we start at 4pm - we will finish at lunchtime on 20th June 2019 After the 10 day residential there will be 3 group online mentoring calls. And you will also get a 1:1 mentoring call with one of the facilitators.
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"Permaculture Teaching Matters"

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Permaculture Teaching Matters (PTM) is an international teachers training course offered in English and organised by Permakultur i Skåne in the very south of Sweden. The course will be available to PDC holders from any country.

Join permaculture teachers Alfred Decker and Candela Vargas for seven days of intensive training that will provide you with an invaluable toolkit to use in the classroom, as well as life in general. Together we will facilitate internationally renowned teacher Rosemary (Rowe) Morrow’s PTM training, which draws on her decades of permaculture teaching experience. Whether you’re already a teacher, or thinking of becoming one, the PTM training is designed to turn teaching into a transformative and fun exchange. Classrooms (indoor and outdoor) will never be the same again!

PTM is designed for those who want to teach based on Rosemary’s participatory learning methods. The course will help participants to:

– Change the way they think about education

– Move towards a permaculture teaching career

– Empower others with life-changing skills

– Learn to pass on knowledge of permaculture theory and practice in ways that creates real change in your students, and activates entire communities

– Make connections with an international community of permaculture teachers

Dates: 
18 August 2018 to 26 August 2018
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Teachers
Candela Vargas
Apprentice Teachers

The course will be held at the farm Ankhult, a farm at 6 ha where we primarily produce food to members and guests. During the warm season Ankhult is a popular place for courses and meetings. The farm is located close to a lake, 1,5 km, and even closer to the forest.

Cost: 
625-1425€
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"Permaculture Teaching Matters"

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Permaculture Teaching Matters (PTM) is an international teachers training course offered in English and organised by Permakultur i Skåne in the very south of Sweden. The course will be available to PDC holders from any country.

Join permaculture teachers Alfred Decker and Candela Vargas for seven days of intensive training that will provide you with an invaluable toolkit to use in the classroom, as well as life in general. Together we will facilitate internationally renowned teacher Rosemary (Rowe) Morrow’s PTM training, which draws on her decades of permaculture teaching experience. Whether you’re already a teacher, or thinking of becoming one, the PTM training is designed to turn teaching into a transformative and fun exchange. Classrooms (indoor and outdoor) will never be the same again!

PTM is designed for those who want to teach based on Rosemary’s participatory learning methods. The course will help participants to:

– Change the way they think about education

– Move towards a permaculture teaching career

– Empower others with life-changing skills

– Learn to pass on knowledge of permaculture theory and practice in ways that creates real change in your students, and activates entire communities

– Make connections with an international community of permaculture teachers

Dates: 
18 August 2018 to 26 August 2018
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Teachers
Candela Vargas
Apprentice Teachers
Cost: 
600€ - 780€
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Kicki
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Transformative Holistic Teaching Methods

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8 DAY COURSE IN TRANSFORMATIVE HOLISTIC TEACHING METHODS

An applied and active learning opportunity inspired by permaculture, using whole systems thinking coupled with reflective learning and action!

Not your usual teacher training course!

Suitable for:
Complete beginners looking to start teaching Permaculture
More experienced teachers looking to expand or reinvigorate their practise,
Anyone who wants to expand their informal adult and community education teaching and facilitation toolkit,
Teachers in formal settings looking to bring in deeper and more holistic learning.

With tutors Suzie Cahn, Hannah Mole and guest tutors from our PDC.

A VERY SPECIAL COURSE
The course is fully integrated with elements of Carraig Dúlra’s Permaculture Design Course and the Irish Permaculture Gathering (Gathering ticket included)

With the option of also using your new skills to facilitate a session, if attending the European Permaculture Convergence after the teachers course. (Tickets for the convergence separate from www.EUPC2018.ie)

This means that it will be a completely unique, once-off opportunity to start your teaching/facilitation journey or to develop your skills in a very engaged ‘live’ setting.

We are designing a dynamic space for each participant to develop their own unique style of teaching.

During the course you will learn through a diversity of methods: observation, reflection and analysis, practise, peer to peer work, supportive guidance, and mentorship from experienced teachers.

You can expect it to be lively, interactive, learner led, community based, innovative and fun!

There are a maximum of 8 places available on this course so book now to include yourself in this exciting opportunity!

Dates: 
30 July 2018 to 7 August 2018
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For more information on topics covered, schedule, and what you'll do on the course, please visit http://dulra.org/courses/transformative-holistic-teaching-methods
Teachers
Suzie Cahn
Apprentice Teachers

The Course takes place over two venues in County Wicklow, Ireland. Glencree Youth hostel where the latter half of the PDC, the Irish Permaculture gathering, and the European Permaculture Convergence are all taking place, and Carraig Dúlra Permaculture research farm. More details and logistics on the website.

Cost: 
540
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FORMATION D’ENSEIGNANTS EN PERMACULTURE

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Vous avez envie d'apprendre à enseigner la permaculture ?
Les objectifs de la formation sont de former de futurs formateurs en permaculture en leur fournissant des techniques et des outils pédagogiques efficaces qui ont étés développés par l’enseignante en permaculture internationale, Rosemary « Rowe » Morrow.
Elle a écrit un livre devenu presque incontournable pour tout comprendre sur la méthodologie du design en permaculture : "Manuel d’apprentissage pas à pas de la permaculture" > disponible sur le site www.aupeticolibri.fr
Le cours vous aidera à :
changer la façon dont vous perçevez l'enseignement;
vous diriger vers une carrière d'enseignant en Permaculture;
apprendre à transmettre les connaissances théoriques et pratiques de la Permaculture d'une façon qui changera profondément le comportement de vos étudiants et activera des communautés entières;
créer des liens avec la communauté internationale de formateurs en Permaculture.

Dates: 
28 May 2018 to 2 June 2018
Teachers
Alfred DECKER, Bernadette DUFOUR, Eric YDAIS et Sylvain EYMARD.
Cost: 
600€ - 780€

Creatively Teaching Permaculture 4 day intensive course with Graham Burnett

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Open the window to facilitating creative learning! Do you want to change your world by teaching permaculture? Due to popular request Graham Burnett will be leading this four day introduction to creative and participatory teaching and learning in partnership with May Project Gardens in south London. Please note that places are STRICTLY LIMITED on this course, so apply soon to avoid disappointment!

This intensive 4 day course facilitated by experienced permaculture teacher Graham Burnett will be suitable for anybody interested in regenerative learning or teaching creatively, including those new to teaching permaculture as well as experienced teachers, nature educators, teaching assistants and anybody else who is looking for new ideas and approaches within their practice.

The course will be lively, interactive and inclusive, using a diversity of teaching styles and methods. During the course participants will work together collaboratively, with a focus on sharing ideas, experiences and developing and exploring tools and techniques for enabling effective and creative learning, as well as the practicalities of convening and running courses. There will be plenty of opportunities to put your own learning into practice, and to develop and deliver your own teaching session in a supported and safe environment.

Dates: 
11 May 2018 to 14 May 2018
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4 days, Friday to Monday, 9.30 to 16.30
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£200
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Children in Permaculture: Outdoor Learning Training

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This two day training course is the finale of the three year European ‘Children in Permaculture’ project in which best practice has been shared across the continent from Finland, Italy, Scotland and Romania. In this process many resources have been created and shared including a survey of resources, case studies, films, and a book ‘Earth Care, People Care and Fair Share in Education: The Children in Permaculture Manual’.

Who is this course for?
People working with children aged 3-12 years, such as school, nursery and kindergarten teachers, as well as those working in non-formal settings such as after-school or out-of-school club leaders, parents (whether natural, foster, adoptive or grandparents) and others who are aware of the importance of their role in children’s education.

The aims are for participants to:
* Be inspired and empowered to take children outdoors for experiential learning.
* Find positive solutions to their interests and challenges working outdoors with children.
* Learn about a holistic, creative approach which involves children in the whole process as a partner in their learning.
*Envisage how the ethics of Earth Care, People Care and Fair Share can be integrated into an educational setting.
* See, hear and experience examples of good practice and inspirational stories
* Meet other like-minded people.
* Find out how permaculture can help them in their work with children.

Trainers: Lusi Alderslowe and Nim Robins
15 subsidised places for school/nursery teachers at only £20 donation per person, thanks to European, Erasmus+ funding. Cost includes lunch and a copy of the brand new book ‘Earth Care, People Care and Fair Share in Education: The Children in Permaculture Manual’ by Lusi Alderslowe, Gaye Amus and Denise Deshaies.

Testimonial from Miss G., school teacher, “That was the best CPD course I have ever done!”

Book: https://www.permaculture.org.uk/civicrm/event/register?id=720&reset=1

Dates: 
30 June 2018
1 July 2018
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Saturday 30th June and Sunday 1st July TImes: 9.30am to 4.30pm both days.
Teachers
Lusi Alderslowe and Nim Robins
Apprentice Teachers
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EDINBURGH

Cost: 
£120 for two days. Limited subsidised places £20
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