Co-operative Enterprise 5

Co-operative Enterprise: expert comes to talk to the group about co-operatives from around the world.

Training a co-operative enterprise: skills sharing and training

Saturday, 2 June 2012

International Seminar on Co-operative Enterprise: Training a co-operative enterprise: skills sharing and training funded by the European Union programme Youth In Action

Co-operative Enterprise 1

Co-operative Enterprise: team working on the beach.

Co-operative Enterprise 2

Co-operative Enterprise: discussing how to set up co-operative enterpirse in different countries

Co-operative Enterprise 3

Co-operative Enterprise: participants on a break between sessions, networking happens not only in formal sessions but all the time.

Co-operative Enterprise 4

Co-operative Enterprise: more dicussions in the good weather.

Training a co-operative enterprise: skills sharing and training

Event date: 
20 May 2012 - 3:00pm - 27 May 2012 - 12:00pm
Event location: 
Darsham Country Centre, Suffolk

Come on a training activity supported by the European Union Youth in Action Fund and share ideas for Co-operative Enterprise for education. From 20th May to 27th May 2012

This seminar which will happen in the Woodcraft Folk's education centre in Darsham, Suffolk will bring together international trainers, practitioners to explore how in the International Year for Co-operatives and cooperative we can create education for co-operative enterprise.Come on a training activity and share ideas for Co-operative Enterprise for education.

What training is available?

Woodcraft Folk offers a range of training opportunities, some to be self-delivered on a local level and other more intensive residential training experiences. Woodcraft Folk aims to empower all leaders and helpers to be able to run groups with confidence and the necessary level of skill. Most of our training is provided by experienced volunteer leaders within Woodcraft Folk.

Introducing Woodcraft

Note: this session plan is an earlier version of the bitesize session - putting the aims and principles into practice. While the bitesize session focuses more on planning your first sessions, you may want to compare the two if you are planning an introductory training session. 

A two hour training session giving a general introduction to the organisation, explaining its aims, roots and background.

Inclusion partnerships

In recent years Woodcraft Folk have developed a number of partnerships to support inclusion, with the aim of developing training, advice and guidance material for group leaders in how to meet the additional support requirements of children and young with additional needs.

Partnerships include:

• National Deaf Children’s Society
• National Autistic Society
• Asthma UK
• Young MINDS

The following links will direct you to training and guidance information:

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