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SHEP: Reflective Practice for Practitioners (Volunteer and Professional Workers)

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Il-Ġimgħa 14 Frar 2020

An Innovative & Practical Course

This course will be of interest to a wide range of Volunteers and Paid workers involved in a various roles in Community and Voluntary groups, social service agencies, public or local authority - (e.g. education, youth and community work, social work, childcare, health-care, housing, inter-agency work etc.).The aim of this course is to

  • Provide for 10-12 participants a space to reflect together on their prior and current practice experiences
  • Explore the assumptions, values, beliefs and feelings that underpin participants’ ways of being active in their settings
  • Enhance capacity to co-create space for personal and group learning from practice reflection.

Highly Subsidised

€45 personal contribution (covers booking deposit and course book) - the participation of all successful applicants will be fully subsidised

Open Access

This is an open-access course - applicants must be adults (18 and over) who:

  • Have a strong commitment to promoting social change, inclusion, equality and justice and are active in their community or organisation in either a voluntary or paid capacity
  • Be volunteering or working in a Community or Voluntary sector organisation, social service agencies, public or local authority (e.g. education, youth and community work, social work, childcare, health care, housing community representative, inter-agency roles etc.)
  • Have a willingness to be open in a group setting, sufficient for a process of reflection on the assumptions, values and feelings underpinning their volunteering or work

Using Critical Reflection Method

Open to all volunteer or paid practitioners

  • Option 1: Cork (Thursday night, SHEP Centre, Ballintemple)
  • Option 2: Kerry (Thursday night, Tralee) -

Using Variety of Reflective Methods

  • Option 3: Cork (Wednesday night, Cork Volunteer Centre, Cork City Centre) – Follow on course for those who have completed a prior reflective practice course

Lingwa primarja:
Ħlas mitlub għall-attendenza: 
Iva
Data ta' għeluq għar-reġistrazzjoni: 
14/02/2020
Avveniment online: 
Le
Organizzat minn: 
This programme has been designed by SHEP (The Social and Health Education Project CLG) which has been designing and delivering experiential training programmes in Cork since 1974.
It-tip ta' organizzatur: 
Avveniment ieħor
Dettalji ta' kuntatt: 
For Further Information: Contact Liam McCarthy SHEP (021) 4666 180 Liam.McCarthy@socialandhealth.com
Riżultati tat-tagħlim mistenni: 
The overall aim of this programme is to support passionate and motivated young adults (aged 18-30) to reach their personal potential and to enable them to be better equipped to contribute in a positive way to social well-being. There will be five areas of exploration: Foundations of Leadership for Living & Social Action Personal Leadership Approaches and Skills for Leading Groups Creatively The Practical Application of Leadership Reflective Practice for Leadership
Rikonoxximent / ċertifikazzjoni tal-parteċipazzjoni u/jew riżultati tat-tagħlim: 
A SHEP certificate in Reflective Practice for Practitioners will be awarded where an 80% attendance record is achieved.
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