It is finally here: the Next Step in your Learning Journey.
Next Saturday the 25th of June, a group of aspiring sustainability educators and facilitators are getting together in Newbold House, Northern Scotland to take the next steps in becoming qualified Gaia Education Trainers.
Gaia Education ToT is answering an international demand fo qualified educators and facilitators able to conduct our Face-to-Face and Project-Based Learning programmes, currently taking place in 41 countries but extending to 43 in the very near future - thus the need for a new wave of Trainers to join our established group; see the Roster of current qualified Trainers here.
We have recently joined forces with UNESCO Global Action Programme Priority Area 5 - Accelerating Change at Local Level. We are now embarking on a path of expansion that requires qualified trainers equipped to build capacity for the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals at local level.
Gaia Education certified facilitators and trainers will be equipped with the skills and methodologies to facilitate transformative learning environments and host multi-stakeholder conversations that enable collaborative action. In their work as trainers and educators they will be supported by our leading-edge and recently updated curriculum, and our expert facilitators May East, Jane Rasbash and Pracha Hutanuwatr.
The aim of the Training of Trainers is first and foremost to help the participants deepen their experience in how to teach, facilitate and train people by enabling collaboration and participation among a community of learners. In addition we support and hope to inspire the participants with what they may want to teach and most importantly with why this kind of education is so critically important for the future of life on Earth.