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Fri, 26 Apr

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Meanwood

Community Climate Coaches training with the Permaculture Association

The Community Climate Coaches training programme facilitated by the Permaculture Association is an exciting opportunity to build your skills, knowledge and capacity to facilitate and support community-led climate action initiatives.

Time & Location

26 Apr 2024, 09:00 – 27 Apr 2024, 17:00

Meanwood, Sugar Well Rd, Meanwood, Leeds LS7 2QG, UK

About the Event

The spaces for this training are now filled - if you register from now on you will be added to the waiting list and contacted if space becomes available.

Are you involved in community climate initiatives or run a climate hub? Are you involved in Transition Towns, XR or other community led action? Do you work in local authority or public sector in a climate or sustainability role?

Please note: The training involves 2 days of in-person training, 5 or 6 online sessions typically delivered over a period of 1 or 2 months (around 9 hours) and about 15 hours of preparatory viewing, listening and reading. The registration form is for the inperson event in Leeds, but participants will be expected to complete the online elements of the course as well.

The Community Climate Coaches training programme is an exciting opportunity to build your skills, knowledge and capacity to facilitate and support community-led climate action initiatives. We focus on building personal and community resilience, connecting people to nature and the places where they live, holding space for creative conversations, and increasing understanding and ambition for communities in taking community-based actions to address the climate crisis and build long-term resilience.

The Community Climate Coach training:

  • Helps you understand and start to strengthen the core competencies you need to be engaging and effective as a Community Climate Coach - these are explained on the Community Climate Coaches competencies and learning pathways webpage.
  • Will embed an understanding of how to make best use of the CCC Resilience Pathway and Toolkit with community engagement processes that build and strengthen community climate action and resilience over time.
  • Enables you to understand how to make best use of the CCC Good Practice Guide and support system.
  • Is a doorway to becoming a member of the Community Climate Coaches community of practice, in the UK and across Europe, to share knowledge, information and experience across a wider network of regenerative practitioners.

This program is open to anyone with passion and commitment to creating positive change in their community. The CCC training is an Intermediate level (it is not a basic introduction to climate action).

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