Permaculture Teachers Course With Helder Valente as edge event of EUPC

Teacher Training
Summary information

This will be New School Permaculture most important course of the year and one of the Edge events of the EUPC.

After many years listening to europeans students asking Helder to do a PTC, the time has arrived for people in this continent to have availabke and experiment with New School Permaculture educational ToolBox.

After teaching on more than 30 PDCs and 30 other diverse courses like PSC Permaculture Social courses, Food Forest Courses, Permaculture Water Course, Permaculture soil course Helder have been developing very simple tools to create a good learner, after all to be a good teacher its very usefull to be a better learner.

On that process Helder been focusing most of his energy on learning from poor people in every country he visits and try to understand that openess.

After traveling more than 30 countris and working with people in the deep amazon were rivers have deep oil polution or with quechua people in the Andes and having to face air polution due to mine extractions, there came a powerfull moment of transition.

This transition is the vision of the New School Permaculture and its to provide alternative creative educational thinking and practice by supporting people on having a different perspective on ecosocial design.

To do that we focus on what is essential and fundamental.

On this course you will learn about what are the main patterns in education and how to manage them in a way that the students get empowered.

How to design a lesson and a classroom, how to develop a course, promotion and preparations, hosting and celebration.

How to teach a PDC or any other course of any kind and how to make a living out of it, supporting the needs of nature and of people.

Hope to see you in the north of italy

One of the great rules of design is do something basic right. Then everything gets much more right of itself. Bill Mollison

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Dates and times
31 August 2016 to 4 September 2016
Teachers
Helder Valente
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