Notes from training events 2016
Social media training seminar, 22 February 2016
Some brief notes from our recent training seminar on effective use of social media can be downloaded below.
Working with teenagers: Overcoming the barriers, 24 February 2016
Notes and some additional materials from this really useful training day can be downloaded below. Lots of tips and ideas to try!
Faith and the Environment, 12 March 2016
This was an intriguing and thought-provoking day perhaps better captured in experience than notes! However, some brief reflections from the day can be downloaded below.
Working with older Clients Outdoors, 12 April 2016
Some of the presentations and further references from this well-received training session can be downloaded below. Or you can link to Ione's report on animal-assisted interventions and elders or catch up with news from the Furry Tales project.
Creating Sustainable Schools: Linking food, waste and the curriculum, 26 April 2016
Notes from the day and copies of the two icebreaker games can be downloaded below. Step-by-step instructions for making Emily's fantastic no-sew T-shirt bags can be downloaded from her page in our Directory of LEEF Fellows.
Fundraising seminar, 9 June 2016
Struggling with yet another funding bid and not sure where to go for help? Check out the presentations from the three experts at our recent training seminar. You can also download our helpful funding for beginners guide.
Wetland Habitats Id Training, 20 June 2016
If you couldn't make this excellent training day at the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust London, you can download notes from the day below.
Working with Schools, 14 October 2016
Beth's notes from this excellent short professional development course can be downloaded below. Any errors/other funnies are Beth's alone and definitely not due to our experienced trainer, Neil Herrington of the Cass School of Education and Communities!
Tales of the Thames Path, 19 October 2016
Our friends at the Hammersmith and Fulham Urban Studies Centre led this training evening looking at an ongoing project working with 8 primary schools to uncover tales of the Thames path as it passes through the west London boroughs of Hammersmith & Fulham and Kensington & Chelsea. Find out more about the project here and take a look at the wonderful film made by HFUSC and pupils from St Peter's Primary School.
Note that Carlos's 5 top tips from this project are widely applicable: