This one-day course is an introduction to community organising as a process which can reach out and bring people together to form stronger relationships and develop community activities together. Community organisers do not do things on behalf of people but motivate and facilitate people to make small and powerful changes locally and for wider social change.
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 and 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 Sneinton Alchemy Social Action Hub in partnership with with Nottinghamshire County Council and the Ikon Centre. It is for anyone inliving in Mid Notts. The workshop will look at how community organising can used to mobilse people and bring them together to create a stronger community.
The course trainers are experienced and committed Community Organisers. The course is approved as quality training provision by Certa and as approved CPD. All participants receive a Certificate of Participation.
There is no charge to attend however, there is a considerable cost involved in delivering this training so we expect participants to let us know if you can no lobger attend.
Refreshments will be provided but participants will have to bring their own lunch. We aim to make this course fully accessible. Please speak to us about any needs you have.
Your contact details will be held and stored by Nottinghamshire County Council in line with GDPR 2018 Regulations. By registering for this workshop, you are also giving permission to share these details with Sneinton Alchemy CIC, Community Organisers, and CERTA (the awarding body).
For further details, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
How to book:
Please sign up to attend via Eventbrite.