About the Workshop
This workshop has been organised by the Centre for Global Education and Lourdes Youth and Community Services (Dublin) and will provide an introduction to global learning targeted specifically at the community sector. The training seeks to: increase participants' knowledge of the links between the local and global; build the capacity of community workers to support local groups and communities; and think critically about global issues at a local level. The workshop will be based on a training course delivered in the south of Ireland by Lourdes Youth and Community Services (www.lycs.ie).
Booking is essential and registration fees paid in advance. Participation is strictly limited to 16 with priority given to educators who can apply the training in community settings. For further information and a registration form please contact Stephen McCloskey, E: email@example.com.
The workshop aims to:
- Enable community workers to become engaged in global education practice.
- Increase participant’s knowledge of the links between local and global issues.
- To enhance critical literacy skills and examine how they can be applied at a local level.
The seminar is targeted at staff, volunteers and management board members of community and voluntary organizations interested in strengthening their practice in global education. It is also aimed at development education practitioners interested in enhancing their links with the community and voluntary sector.
£20.00 waged and £10.00 unwaged.
For a registration form or further information contact:
Stephen McCloskey, Director, Centre for Global Education;
E: firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel: +44 (28)90241879
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Registration closes on Friday, 6 January 2012.