Level 1 Compass Education (Practitioner) Certification Workshop
Thinking, Learning & Acting for a Flourishing & Sustainable World
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This is what participants who have attended level 1 have said:
“I used to think that the concept of sustainability was a bit of a pipe dream – now I believe it is achievable.”
“I used to think that sustainability was just about nature and the environment and so I am so excited to find it is connected to all the other compass points and allows a deeper level of thinking in education and beyond to deal with complex issues through systems thinking.”
“I used to think that sustainability was all about the compass but now I know that it is just one tool to frame thinking and can be used along with the other thinking tools. I also didn’t think that systems thinking would be so difficult, but now I know there are a lot of factors to consider. I will need to practice this!”
“Thanks for one of the most useful PD sessions I have attended in my 20+ years as a teacher!”
Video and testimonial about our workshop and tools
Day 1: Saturday, March 18
08:30-10:00 Session 1: Module 1 – Why are We Here?
10:00-10:20 Coffee Break
10:20-12:00 Session 2: Module 2 – Practical Introduction and Use of the Compass
12:00-12:40 Lunch Break
12:45-14:30 Session 3: Module 3 – Compass Theory and Application
14:30-14:45 Coffee Break
14.45-16:00 Session 4: Module 3 (continued) – Compass Theory and Application
Day 2: Sunday, March 19
08:30-10:00 Session 5: Module 4 – Systems Thinking (Iceberg)
10:00-10:20 Coffee Break
10:20-12:00 Session 6: Module 5 – Deepening Systems Thinking (Loops and Leverage)
12:00-12:45 Lunch Break
12:45-15:00 Session 7: Module 6 – Strategies Moving Forward
LINK to Level 1 Registration Form
After each registration form is submitted, please make payment according to the payment instructions below. If an invoice is required to process a payment, please contact Nong at email@example.com. Registration is not confirmed until payment has been received and confirmation of payment has been sent. The registration fee includes daily lunches, morning/afternoon snacks and refreshments during breaks.
After you have completed the online registration, please make a payment before the 12th of March 2017. All transfer fees (home and host) associated with payment are the sole responsibility of the attendee (which means you may need to ask your bank what is the transfer fees of home and host country). If an invoice is required to process a payment, please contact Nong at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payment can be made to
Account Name: Systainability Asia
Bank Name: Bangkok Bank / Maejo Branch
Account: 587-0-54732-9 Savings;
Bank Address: 165 Moo 9, Tambol Nong Han, Amphor San Sai, Chiang Mai, 50210 Thailand
Swift Code: BKKBTHBK
After the payment is made, please scan the receipt and email it to email@example.com. Include in your email subject line “Compass Education – Level 1”. After the scanned copy of the receipt has been received, you will receive confirmation of your registration for the Compass Education Level 1.
*Course fees include certificate of attendance, workshop materials, a course pack, snacks and lunch.
Meet our trainers
Lynda is from England, but has lived in Thailand since 1998. She trained and worked for nine years as a primary teacher in London before moving to Chiang Mai to teach science in a bilingual school. Lynda spent many years working with the Barge Program, developing programs and facilitating environmental education experiences around Thailand. Currently she is President of Traidhos Three-Generation Community for Learning Chiang Mai which includes the Prem Tinsulanonda International School, a visiting schools program, an environmental education program based from a barge in Bangkok and an educational farm.
David teaches second grade at Wells International School and and started using Compass tools in 2015. The Compass training he received has been helpful in the classroom by empowering young students to develop their own understanding of systems. He has enjoyed watching them discover how cultural customs and current events can be broken down into parts of a system. With this understanding of systems students are more able to discover and enact long term, sustainable, solutions. He looks forward to sharing his understanding of the Compass system while at the same time learning from a highly motivated group of teachers.