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More Leaders than ever on National Leadership Training

More Leaders than ever on National Leadership Training

Thames Valley Citizens launched is a new chapter of Citizens UK made up of an alliance in Milton Keynes and to developing alliances in Reading and Oxford. For the first time we had leaders from all three alliances taking part in the life-changing Six-Day training course on public leadership.

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Our national community leadership training is a six-day immersion in Community Organising theory and skills, with a particular emphasis on building the method into the culture of your organisation through institutional development. After the six-day residential course there is a 50-hour practical placement in your community, supported by your local Community Organiser. This course is accredited by Newman University, Birmingham as a Certificate in Community Leadership.

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Full list of Thames Valley Trainees in October 2022

Ayo Audu, St Frideswide's Church, Milton Keynes

Bethany Brown, University of Reading

Revd Dr Liz Ratcliffe, St Michael's Tilehurst

Ian Myson, Amnesty International and Communities for Ukraine

Molli Cleaver, University of Reading

Nigel Carter, Oxford Community Action

Revd Phil Ritchie, Cowley St John

Richard Ashfield, Reading Minster

Roy Peach, Wolvercote Young People's Club

Revd Steve Hallett, St Frideswide's Church, Milton Keynes

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After a lifetime of corporate training of one sort or another I honestly can’t recall a training experience as coherent and impactful as this one was. Ian Myson, Amnesty International

Posted by Keith Hebden on 17 Nov, 2022

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