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Regional Learning Network

Following undertaking Citizens UK 6 day national training, leaders who wish to take advantage of the accreditation scheme should complete a 50 hour placement to put their community organising knowledge and methodology into practice.

Once this has been completed, a feedback report should be completed in the portfolio, and a short presentation prepared. Each year there are two 'reunions' that take place in each region (one on a Saturday and one in the evening) where alumni can gather together and share their learnings and progress, and hear from others working locally. We hope that these will be a chance to connect up and get inspired, as well as complete the necessary processes for gaining a certificate in Community Organising.

For more information on the portfolio, certification process, or learning days, please contact Richard.Weaver@citizensuk.org

  • Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at 03:30 PM
    Birmingham, tbc in Birmingham, United Kingdom

    Regional Learning Network assessment day (for Midlands)

    Following undertaking Citizens UK 6 day national training, leaders who wish to take advantage of the accreditation scheme should complete a 50 hour placement to put their community organising knowledge and methodology into practice.

    Once this has been completed, a feedback report should be completed in the portfolio, and a short presentation prepared. Each year there are two 'reunions' that take place in each region (one on a Saturday and one in the evening) where alumni can gather together and share their learnings and progress, and hear from others working locally. We hope that these will be a chance to connect up and get inspired, as well as complete the necessary processes for gaining a certificate in Community Organising.

    For more information on the portfolio, certification process, or learning days, please contact Richard.Weaver@citizensuk.org

  • Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 03:30 PM
    Newcastle, tbc

    Regional Learning Network assessment day (for North England)

    Following undertaking Citizens UK 6 day national training, leaders who wish to take advantage of the accreditation scheme should complete a 50 hour placement to put their community organising knowledge and methodology into practice.

    Once this has been completed, a feedback report should be completed in the portfolio, and a short presentation prepared. Each year there are two 'reunions' that take place in each region (one on a Saturday and one in the evening) where alumni can gather together and share their learnings and progress, and hear from others working locally. We hope that these will be a chance to connect up and get inspired, as well as complete the necessary processes for gaining a certificate in Community Organising.

    For more information on the portfolio, certification process, or learning days, please contact Richard.Weaver@citizensuk.org

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