Please note that the deadline for applying for the Grundtvig grant is
30 April 2013 (unless stated by your national agency differently)
You are invited to join this five-week comprehensive training based on the four core pillars of the Ecovillage Design Curriculum: the social, worldview, ecological and economic dimensions of sustainability.
Education curriculum draws on the experience and expertise developed in a network of some of the most successful ecovillages and community projects across the Earth.
Design for Sustainability Training is an advanced training course based at the Findhorn Ecovillage providing a practical forum for learning and developing skills needed to work effectively with design for sustainability at all levels. The fifth week of the programme offers practice in facilitation skills, for personal growth, spiritual enrichment and sustainable social action.
May East - Chief Executive, Gaia Education Jonathan Dawson - Head of Economics, Schumacher College Michael Shaw - Director, Ecovillage International Pracha Hutanuwatr - Director, Right Livelihood Foundation, Thailand Jane Rasbash - Director, Gaia Education Daniel Wahl - Research & Innovation, International Futures Forum
and Findhorn Ecovillage experts
The programme is based
at the Findhorn Ecovillage and comprises five separate
weeklong modules, which may be attended as a whole
European Nationals interested to explore the possibility of Grundtvig funding for this training course must contact their national agency for application procedures and timelines. Details for the National Agencies can be found here. In most cases the applications are due in by April 2013.
& Embracing Diversity
Communication Skills and Feedback
Facilitation and Decision-Making Processes
Personal Empowerment and Leadership
Celebrating Life: Creativity and Art