Part of: Spiralseed
Created by Graham Burnett
Due to popular Demand Sherry Fuller and Graham Burnett are repeating this highly successful 6 week course in 2018 in partnership with METAL Southend!
The world’s full of big problems. You want to do something, but where to start?
Start with something small. Something that makes best use of your unique set of gifts. Something that begins on your doorstep – that tackles the problem in front of you – and grows from there.
This course – co-delivered by Appreciative Inquiry practitioner Sherry Fuller and permaculture teacher and author Graham Burnett – will equip you with the skills and inspiration to Make Something Happen in your community.
Sherry is an Appreciative Inquiry practitioner with over 10 years of working with this philosophy to help people make a difference. You don’t need to know anything about Appreciative Inquiry (have a Google!) except that it’s originator – Dr David Cooperider – describes it as a way to seek out what gives life in order to ignite the imagination of what could be. It’s used with communities all over the world: working especially well in rural communities in developing countries. Learn more about AI in this interview with Sherry.
Over six weeks you’ll learn how AI works in conjunction with Permaculture design, and will be encouraged to build your own project. The course is interactive and practical, and the fee includes a folder with detailed handouts of each session and all exercises. We encourage a certain amount of ‘homework’ but this will be light, fun and optional.
Places are limited, and will be allocated first come first served. (We’ll start a waiting list if we get over-subscribed!)
Tutors: Sherry Fuller, Appreciative Inquiry practitioner and founder of Southend Soup, Graham Burnett, Diploma of Permaculture Design
Venue: METAL Arts School, Chalkwell Hall, Chalkwell Park, Westcliff on Sea, SS0 8NB
Dates: One evening a week for 6 weeks
6 week course
6.30pm – 8.30pm
20th Feb, 27 Feb, 6 March, 13 March, 20 March and 27 March
Time: 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Course fee: Full cost £95, £30 concessionary rate for low income/unwaged
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