WHAT WE OFFER:
We have created an 8 week, free online education course that takes you through every aspect of community building - from connecting with people one-to-one to running People's Assemblies.
The course is centred around five modules: Personal Processing, Group Support, Engaging Communities, Community Assemblies and Community Organising. Each module is explored through a core workshop and a selection of written resources that you can access online at any time. The main modules are run twice a week (Monday and Thursday) and all workshops are recorded and made available to you if you need to catch up. Alongside the core sessions, we run additional workshops that have been coordinated with a range of other movements who share our vision to upgrade our democracy.
Everything we offer is about helping you to better understand the importance and potential of community democracy, and about helping you take the necessary steps to becoming a community organiser.
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WHAT YOU GET:
By signing up for the course, you will:
Get access to a range a free resources;
Participate in well-facilitated and thought-provoking workshops;
Have stimulating conversation with others who are interested in shaping society for the better;
Be given the opportunity to connect with yourself;
Gain ideas and practical skills on how to help your community;
Gain mentoring assistance from especially set up support groups and from the TTP team;
The modules are delivered in a specific order, but we encourage attendees to return to exercises and workshops whenever they feel the need. Not everything will be useful for everyone: we really encourage people to pick and choose, and use whatever is relevant to them and their context.
Much of the content also focuses on understanding yourself and engaging in self-reflection. This in itself is an ongoing process that we encourage you to return to as and when you need.
We are also very keen for people to share their ideas with us – we have spent time constructing these resources, but their content is not comprehensive, so we welcome contributions and co-creation.