Course: Grow Your Own Eco Club

| 22nd August 2013
Would you like to run your own rewarding Eco Club to empower the next generation?
 

Having worked in the environmental education sector for seven years, I'm keen to pass on my knowledge to other like-minded people. Working with natural cycles, you too can run creative workshops by teaching the importance of growing and eating seasonal food, improving biodiversity and creative craft up-cycling.

Over the duration of the course you will be taught how to set up and run your own Eco club, from creating your business and approaching schools, to the day to day activities which will inspire and educate your members. The course will take you through the entire process step by step, with hands on activities for indoors and outside workshops to suit the weather and time of year.

After the course you will be sent school term time seasonal advice, activities and updates to continue your learning. Skype tutoring will also be available to insure you have all the support needed to set up and run a successful Eco Club.

To get you off to a flying start you will receive:

  • An Eco Club starter pack
  • A full days training on how to set up and run an Eco Club
  • Five seasonal food workshops
  • Three Biodiversity Workshops
  • Four Craft Up-cycling Workshops
  • 12 months of seasonal activity's, updates and workshops.
  • 12 months Skype tuition

Available to travel to your location, for further details and to register your interest, please contact Philip Hunton.

 

Course: Grow Your Own Eco Club
Organisation: Green Up Your Act Education
Location: UK Wide
Course type: Other
Date: 2013 - 2014
Cost: £350 per person - Substantial discounts available for group bookings
Hours: Either
Website: www.greenupyouracteducation.co.uk
Contact name: Philip Hunton
Contact telephone: 07739318569
Contact email: greenupyouractedu@gmail.com

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