I’m excited to have offered this one day workshop in Port Kembla on 1st August for a variety of different community groups ranging from Community Gardens and School Gardens groups to the Men’s group and TAFE students. The following day 30 people from more than a dozen community organisations gathered for the same workshop in Sydney. The new resource, which I used to facilitate the workshop, will now be developed into a kit for Community Groups as a result of ongoing interest. Let me know if you’d like more info as I’m open to offering this course in other areas for groups and individuals interested in this important social change work.
Offered specially for Northey Street City Farm and others involved in permaculture, Transition, Community Gardens, City Farms and all things sustainable. This is a low budget, residential 4 days training designed to upskill people and generate confidence and add more tools to the tool box.
Hosted by the amazing World View Centre and facilitated by Robin Clayfield, this 4 day intensive is offered specially for people involved in ‘The Joining’, Men’s Work, Women’s Work, Rites of Passage Leaders and anyone who feels connected to empowerment and deep inner work and wants to upskill their facilitation, training and presentation skills. Accommodation on site is an option and recommended if you’d like to relax away from traffic and take in more of the stunning views of the Sunshine Coast from ‘Worldview’.
Hosted and Auspiced by Eltham College Training Services with Virginia Solomon and Robin Clayfield Taining and Facilitating, this course promises to be a fun and creative approach to support participants to gain this valuable Certificate.
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Hosted by John Barlow and Transition Bega and presented by Robin Clayfield in the Bega Valley, especially for people involved with Transition Towns, Permaculture and Local Resilience.
Penny Pyett and Permaculture North Sydney hosted Robin Clayfield from the 17th to 23rd May. She was the guest speaker, presenting ‘Wealthy Communities’ and ‘Business Is Not A Dirty Word’ at Permaculture North Sydney’s monthly meeting on the 17th and again for Permaculture South Sydney the following night. Robin then offered a four day ‘bones’ version of her ‘Dynamic Groups, Dynamic Learning’ Course. This intensive training was offered especially for Permaculture and Transition Towns folks from across Sydney and the Central Coast and was a wonderful success with 14 people attending.
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