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Surf Coast Energy Group2 months ago
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Surf Coast Energy Group6 months ago
Do you want to connect with Surf Coast locals to explore how to make our community sustainable, resilient and equitable? An online FREE course with 20 short videos (between 12 and 18 minutes long) …
Surf Coast Energy Group
Surf Coast Energy Group7 months ago
Do you want to connect with Surf Coast locals to explore how to make our community sustainable, resilient and equitable?

Hi all, I’m writing this invitation as a committee member of the Surf Coast Energy Group (SCEG). An online FREE course (https://education.resilience.org/product/self-directed-course/ )
with 20 short videos (between 12 and 18 minutes long) explains not only the complex disruption issues confronting us and their history, but provides important understandings for all of us about appropriate responses and why those responses are best tackled at a community level. The course originates from the Post Carbon Institute in the United States but has been deliberately designed for international use. So, if you really want to be an agent of positive change then the community where you live is arguably the most important place to invest your energy. This course will give you the skills to show you how.

SCEG is keen to gather a network of passionate locals, support them in completing the Think Resilience online course, and together explore how we can make positive change, not just for people but for nature, to create a more sustainable, resilient and equitable Surf Coast. We’ll do this by hosting regular online catch ups as you work through the course in May and June (think of it a bit like a book club), followed by some facilitated sessions at the end to work through ideas for local solutions.

What you need to do:
1. Sign up to do the course. (https://education.resilience.org/product/self-directed-course/ )
• Feel free to do it as an individual but we’ll do much better if we work collectively.
2. When you’ve signed up send me an email to let me know. I will put you on a register so that all participants can then catch up as an online group in the first session; then informally throughout the course as we please; and then again at the end when we can collectively discuss community responses.
• The first session will be guided by our professional facilitator, Nicole Hunter through the online platform ZOOM on Wednesday May 20, 6pm-7pm. (Note: We will arrange all that for you.)
• The last two sessions will also be facilitated by Nicole. The dates for those are Wednesday July 15 and Wednesday July 22nd from 6-8pm
• If you have any questions about this drop me a line.
3. For registration details click on either link shown above or on the link below.
Regards
Graeme Stockton
M: 0425 752 648
E: graemestockton1@gmail.com
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TAKE THE COURSE FOR FREE
Surf Coast Energy Group
Surf Coast Energy Group7 months ago
Do you want to connect with Surf Coast locals to explore how to make our community sustainable, resilient and equitable?

Hi all, I’m writing this invitation as a committee member of the Surf Coast Energy Group (SCEG). An online FREE course (https://education.resilience.org/product/self-directed-course/ )
with 20 short videos (between 12 and 18 minutes long) explains not only the complex disruption issues confronting us and their history, but provides important understandings for all of us about appropriate responses and why those responses are best tackled at a community level. The course originates from the Post Carbon Institute in the United States but has been deliberately designed for international use. So, if you really want to be an agent of positive change then the community where you live is arguably the most important place to invest your energy. This course will give you the skills to show you how.

SCEG is keen to gather a network of passionate locals, support them in completing the Think Resilience online course, and together explore how we can make positive change, not just for people but for nature, to create a more sustainable, resilient and equitable Surf Coast. We’ll do this by hosting regular online catch ups as you work through the course in May and June (think of it a bit like a book club), followed by some facilitated sessions at the end to work through ideas for local solutions.

What you need to do:
1. Sign up to do the course. (https://education.resilience.org/product/self-directed-course/ )
• Feel free to do it as an individual but we’ll do much better if we work collectively.
2. When you’ve signed up send me an email to let me know. I will put you on a register so that all participants can then catch up as an online group in the first session; then informally throughout the course as we please; and then again at the end when we can collectively discuss community responses.
• The first session will be guided by our professional facilitator, Nicole Hunter through the online platform ZOOM on Wednesday May 20, 6pm-7pm. (Note: We will arrange all that for you.)
• The last two sessions will also be facilitated by Nicole. The dates for those are Wednesday July 15 and Wednesday July 22nd from 6-8pm
• If you have any questions about this drop me a line.
3. For registration details click on either link shown above or on the link below.
Regards
Graeme Stockton
M: 0425 752 648
E: graemestockton1@gmail.com
________________________________________

TAKE THE COURSE FOR FREE

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