Towards a Culture of Belonging in Adult Education
Thursday 24 October 2019, 10:00 - 13:00
Registration from 09:30
***5 places remaining***
A seminar to consider what constitutes a meaningful culture of belonging and how this might contribute to learning, retention and mental resilience in adult education organisations.
£35 Members and Students
£45 Non members
Exchange and explore experiences of alienation and belonging in educational situations
Investigate how a culture of belonging might militate against current polarising extremes of opinion—political, social, economic, ecological
Develop strategies to generate a culture of belonging for participants to take back to their places of employment as working ideas.
We plan to offer the option of a follow-up seminar in the Spring of 2020 to review the viability of the various strategies discussed. CPD certificates will be issued following the event.
Ruth Jackson has worked as a lecturer in social science and manager of student services in community education in London and Ireland. She is currently an integrative psychodynamic therapist with Glasgow Southside Counselling.
Mary MacCallum Sullivan’s background is in psychotherapy and counselling education and training, at post-graduate level, as teacher, team leader and manager.
Victoria Chambers, 142 West Nile Street, Glasgow G1 2RQ
There will be a short break with refreshments.
Places are limited.
Working Below the Surface
Psychodynamic thinking takes us beneath obvious day-to-day realities to expose hopes, fears and disappointments. Opening up the emotional undercurrents at play in our institutional practices allows us to address our organisational needs and dilemmas more creatively.
HDS current member/Student (of any university/college)