Isis has a new publication out in the highly ranked international journal Environmental Values. It is about the tension between retaining culturally rich traditional farming landscapes or re-wilding to increase self-sustaining biological diversity and space for unrestrained nature. The full details are:
Brook, I. 2018 ‘Restoring or Re-storying the Lake District: applying responsive cohesion to a current problem situation’ in Environmental Values Vol. 27:4, pp. 427-447.
Applications are invited for the following role:
This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic Awarding Organisation in Stroud. Part of Crossfields Institute, the Awarding Organisation is looking for an academic administrator to manage the registration and certification of students as well as our online platform. An eye for detail, IT skills and a high degree of organisation and initiative are essential.
Location: Crossfields Institute office in Stroud
Hours: Part time (16 hours per week)
Duration: Permanent (after probation period)
Salary range: £25,000 to £27,500 (pro-rata) depending on experience
Crossfields Institute has a progressive and innovative approach to education and training, working with a number of diverse centres to develop, deliver and award integrative qualifications in a range of sectors.
Closing date: 27th September 2018 12.00noon
Interview dates: 3rd or 4th October 2018
Please return the application form to email@example.com strictly by the closing date above. If you require more information, please contact Alison Richards at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 01453 808118
We are proud to announce the launch of a new customised qualification: the Crossfields Institute Level 6 Diploma in the IFEEL Method of Equine Facilitated Psychotraumatology (SRQ). It is designed for those wishing to professionally engage with equine facilitated sessions in an individual and group context in human development and psychotraumatology. This programme is delivered by IFEAL Qualifications and awarded by Crossfields Institute.
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