I will be leading two Permaculture Teacher Trainings this year. The 10th Annual PTT is coming right up (March 23 - 30) at OUR Ecovillage in beautiful Shawnigan Lake, Vancouver Island, B.C. I've also decided to once again offer a PTT in Cottage Grove, Oregon, July 27 - August 2 (venue TBD).
Please visit my website or email me with any questions.
THE FOCUS OF THE PTT: * Sharing Knowledge as Regenerative, Empowering and Part of the Permaculture Solution.
* It is about teaching Permaculture to anyone, not just Permaculture Design Certificate Courses.
IS THIS COURSE RIGHT FOR YOU? The course is a great fit for Permaculture Design Course graduates of all skill levels, as well as professional teachers who want to expand and fine-tune their Permaculture knowledge. We welcome community activists, designers, homesteaders and anyone who wishes to share about integrated systems.
Prerequisite: PDC certificate or instructor approval.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN: * The awareness of how adults learn
* To assess your personal assets
* Tools to teach what you know
* How to change the conventional paradigm of teaching
* How goal setting generates learning outcomes which evolves to content
* A growing sense of confidence in presenting information
COMMUNITY * Building a 'learning community' by sharing life experiences
* Networking with the potential of developing teaching teams
ABOUT JUDE Jude Hobbs is an internationally recognized permaculture educator with over 30 years’ experience in the design and teaching fields. Her focus is whole systems thinking to generate environmentally sound solutions that inspire sustainable actions. As an educator, she conveys her passion for permaculture by providing curricula developed to encompass diverse learning styles with teaching techniques that are accessible, inspiring and information rich.
Jude co-tends Wilson Creek Gardens, a 7-acre homestead and demonstration site located in Cottage Grove, Oregon.
If you have a student who wants to try their hand at subUrban Homestead design, I am in need of guidance and wildly overwhelmed by information on our new home =) I want to do permaculture, but finding it cost-prohibitive to get truly professional help (or even get the plants to start!) Located in Burlington, Washington.
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