OCN level 3 Award in Community Development

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OCN level 3 Award in Community Development

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This course will help practitioners develop an understanding of the values and principles underpinning community development and the benefits and challenges of community development practice in addressing issues of inequality, poverty, disadvantage.

It will seek to develop confidence among community development practitioners by encouraging the sharing of knowledge, experience and practice. In addition to participating in the training, additional workbook exercises will need completed in order to obtain accreditation (optional).

Who is it for?

Ideal for those involved in community development practice or who use a community development approach within their a…

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Training Accreditation available

This course will help practitioners develop an understanding of the values and principles underpinning community development and the benefits and challenges of community development practice in addressing issues of inequality, poverty, disadvantage.

It will seek to develop confidence among community development practitioners by encouraging the sharing of knowledge, experience and practice. In addition to participating in the training, additional workbook exercises will need completed in order to obtain accreditation (optional).

Who is it for?

Ideal for those involved in community development practice or who use a community development approach within their area of work.

Objectives:

  1. Explain and discuss the delivery of effective quality practice which is underpinned by community development values.
  2. Explore the benefits and challenges of community development practice in NI, its contribution to peace building and addressing issues of inequality, poverty and disadvantage.
  3. Share skills, knowledge and experience between community development practitioners and to develop future networking and learning opportunities.

Participants from the Level 1 Award Community Development course, delivered by Rural Community Network said:

“Positive memories of an enjoyable, professionally facilitated, well planned out, valuable and worthwhile course that I learnt a great deal from and in a really comfortable environment.”

“Very good, wasn’t sure what to expect, much wider and deeper than anticipated.”

“I have learned a lot more about working with the community and will hopefully be able to apply myself better within my committee.”

The training will be held in NICVA from 10am-4pm on the following Wednesdays:

20 and 27 Feb 2013, 6, 13 and 20 March 2013.

To book at place or for more information go to www.ruralcommunitynetwork.org or contact Fergal O Donnell: Fergal@ruralcommunitynetwork.org or phone 028 86766670

Further information

For more information about this training please contact at Fergal@ruralcommunitynetwork.org or call 028 9087 7777.

Getting here and Parking

NICVA has a number of free parking spaces available for those attending events. Unfortunately these can't be reserved and are available on a first come basis. NICVA's spaces are clearly marked and we would ask that visitors only use spaces allocated to NICVA when attending an event.

Parking is also available on Duncairn Gardens and surrounding areas within close walking distance. NICVA is also a short walk from Yorkgate Train Station and you can easily catch a bus from the city centre (no 1D) direct to Duncairn Gardens, or (no 61 and 64) to Cityside Centre (a few minutes walk).

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