Community organisers reach out and listen to people, then connect and motivate them to build their collective power. In this course, you will start to explore how people come together so that they can understand and take action on their concerns to build community and overcome social injustice.
During this course you will explore
- what community organising is
- the importance of listening to build relationships and uncover issues
- power in communities and why it matters
- how to motivate people to take action
- how to take your next steps in community organising & social action
I loved the training. I learned a lot and cannot wait to put it into practice. The listening exercise made me reflect on how I have been listening to others and sometimes not hearing them. Also, I found the power session very interesting as I can see the how it translates into my community.
This course is run by Halifax Opportunities Trust Social Action Hub, it lasts for six hours and usually runs in one day, but can be split across two days. Like all of our training, it is both active and thought-provoking. It is designed so that everybody can take part and share their ideas and experiences. Many different people have taken part in the Introduction to Community Organising course, from members of the community, people who work in community organisations as well as individuals from local government and statutory services.
Providing high quality and enjoyable learning experiences is very important to us. Our trainers are quality assured and experienced in community organising, and our courses are endorsed as quality training by Certa/ABC Awards and as Continuing Professional Development.
For further details, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01422 347392 for more information.
How to book:
Please sign up to attend via the Halifax Opportunities Trust website.