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Theory U online training course September- December Ulab 1x Thu 21 Sep

  • Sustainability

We invite you to join our Theory U Hub, hosted by Hawkwood Centre for Future Thinking. We had a very companionable group of about 8-12 people last Spring – thanks everyone!

Here are links to the next Theory U course – starting next week Thursday 21 September.

1)      Introductory training course – self-led at home, prior to 21 September  - please register yourself, if you haven’t done it before.

https://www.edx.org/course/u-lab-leading-emerging-future-mitx-15-671-1x-0#

2)      link to ULab 1x for 21 Sept – 14 Dec 2017 I think it’w OK if you just come along and we will have registered to livestream the sessions

https://presencing.org/#/news/news/enroll_now_for_ulab_1x 

Please use booking form below.

This is a sponsored course so we ask £5 per person per time, towards set-up, room use and cuppa tea on arrival, from the dining room if session is in main house.

Arrival, tea and check-in 2-3pm; livestream 3-4pm; reflections 4-5pm 

  • Live session #1 - September 21st, 2017 2-5pm Sitting Room (main house)  
  • Live session #2 - October 19th, 2017 2-5pm Blue Room (main house)
  • Live session #3 - November 9th, 2017 2-5pm Studio One

·         Live session #4 - December 14th, 2017 2-5pm Blue  Room (main house) 

I really hope you will be coming! Fiona Ellis and I will definitely be there on Thursday 21 September. Also here is a link to UK Theory Network facebook page, where you can see information about a one-day event in Oxford on Friday 6 October. I know one person (Marcus B) driving from Stroud who could possibly offer lift-share.  Message me here if interested and I will pass it on. I’ve attached a notice about it too, with an eventbrite link.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1492678640952932/

 

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