The Art of Sustainability

Educational Events, Facilitation & Consultation in Sustainability

What is Sustainability? Course

“I would recommend this course to anyone who has an interest in sustainability, nature, the planet, humans, well-being …We can all do our little bit, and this course will certainly help you on your way. “

In this informal course we will explore seven key themes of Sustainability in relation to Education for Sustainable Development & Global Citizenship (ESDGC).

No prior knowledge of this subject is necessary only an open mind and a willingness to constructively participate in discussions.

The course embeds The Wellness of Being methodology (WoB) in supporting participants engagement.

Weds –  19:00 – 20:30 UK – 10 weeks

Commencement date and price provided through our collaboration partner Bridgend  College button below.

 On successful completion: Agored Cymru Certificate (one credit)

1  Introductions; Expectations; Course Overview          

2          Health & Well Being

            Understand the importance of a healthy lifestyle and acknowledging that basic needs must be met universally.

3          Consumption and Waste

            Understanding that resources are finite and that this has implications for the people’s lifestyles, industry, and future generations.

4          Choices and Decision

            Understand that choices and decisions have consequences and that conflicts are a barrier to development and a risk to us all and why there is a need for their resolution and the promotion of harmony.

5          Climate Change

            Recognise the importance of taking individual responsibility and action to make the world a better place and understanding the range of alternative ways to both save and generate energy.

6          Natural Environment

            Developing respect for all living things and acknowledging the relationship between people and the environment.

 7          Identity and Culture

            Understanding, respecting, and valuing human diversity and cultural, social, and economic and recognising the negative impact of discrimination and prejudice on individuals and groups.

8          Wealth and Poverty

            Understanding how people, the environment and the economy are inextricably linked at all levels from local to global.

9 Plenary (Synthesis) Submit Portfolios

10 Going Forward & Farewells

Safeguarding: The contents on this course are for educational purposes in Sustainability only and not as substitute professional or otherwise healthcare advice.

Provided through our collaboration partner Bridgend  College