Permaculture Teaching Matters (PTM) is an international teachers training course organised by the La Bolina Regeneration Project and facilitated by Alfred Decker and Candela Vargas. The course will be available to PDC holders from any country.
PTM is designed for those who want to teach based on Rosemary Morrow’s participatory learning methods. The course will help participants to:
Change the way they think about education.
Move towards a permaculture teaching career
Empower others with life-changing skills
Learn to pass on knowledge of permaculture theory and practice in ways that creates real change in your students, and activates entire communities
Make connections with an international community of permaculture teachers
Gain skills in working with students from different cultures and backgrounds
The PTM course will take place from December 8-15, 2018, at the facilities of La Bolina restoration project in Saleres, a beautiful little village in the depths of the “Valle de Lecrin” in Granada. La Bolina is an association that works for the integration of refugees and migrants in rural environments, through the creation of sustainable livelihoods based on agroecology, permaculture and sustainable commerce.