Examples of an introduction course can be found in the two entries below:
English: Introductory Course Description
The Permaculture Educators’ Course (Permaculture Teachers’ Training) is held at Friland eco-village in Denmark by Andy Goldring.
It is an 8 day teacher training for permaculture educators. It takes you through learning and teaching theory, a lot of practice on microteach sessions, lots of games, fun, interaction, excursions and how to design and convene courses, how to create your own teacher pathway – and much more.
The timetable below allows you to see the context and flow of topics. Clicking on a topic will open the session plan for this topic in a separate window. More resources to support the course are available below.
The Scheme of Work for the course is available here.
PROJECT NAME: Friland Eco Village
LOCATION: Denmark, Friland
SIZE: 10 hectares, 105 people (75 adults, 30 children),
DATE DESIGNED/PLANNED: 2002
DESIGNER: Steen Moeller and others
CLIENT/DEVELOPER: Friland community
MANAGED BY: Community of Friland
CONTACT AND FURTHER INFORMATION: www.friland.org (Catherine, Tove, Tycho, Karoline)
Like every morning, we formed the opening circle to start off the day, where everyone shared something learned the day before.
The morning was dedicated to working on widening participation when designing permaculture courses. The aim is to reach different audiences that are not usually represented in permaculture courses. The topics were chosen from a survey that had been passed among the members of the partnership. The topics covered in the session were: Continue reading “Third Day at Friland Meeting”