Saturday 13th Sept, Isis Brook (Head of Faculty for Environment and Transdisciplinary Studies at Crossfields Institute) attended the Permaculture Convergence at Gilwell Park near Epping Forest. A heartwarming event with lots of positive thinking about environmental change. Isis did a short presentation on the new MSc in Holistic Approaches to Agroecology and was able to have some useful conversations about links with Permaculture and the current research that is taking place. Photo of Isis chatting with Chris Wharburton-Brown, Permaculture Association’s Director of Research who alerted her to this blog https://permaculture-research.blogspot.co.uk/ that will be very useful for the new MSc students.
In the news…. Living Well Dying Well, a Crossfields Institute approved centre based in East Sussex, deliver an Crossfields Institute certified training in End of Life Doula Care. They provide training for companions of those who are dying and their families. For more information listen to recent Radio 4 broadcast: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04fchlm
…and Burga Liddiard from The Lantern Camphill Community who have both recently achieved their NVQ Certificates in Assessing Vocational Achievement. Both have achieved these through distance learning with Crossfields Institute, and Burga has been one of the learners to pilot our online assessor training programme.
The Grubb Institute’s/The Guild’s Global Masters L7 Programme
Leading Organisational Transformation
Siem Reap, Cambodia
A WEEK – LONG SEMINAR
September 22nd – 25th, 2014
To understand and develop our capacity discovered through connection for the purpose of mobilising all available resources to listen, lead and transform the systems we serve in the contexts we inhabit.
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