Engaging Worthing in responding positively and creatively to energy descent
‘We learn to do something by doing it. There is no other way.’ - John Holt
Latest Activity: Apr 18
This group is now a network for members to keep in touch regarding all things re-skilling. If you want to share information about re-skilling activities - send a message to the group, or post an event on the Events page.
If you want to set up a re-skilling event and be covered by our TTW public liability insurance, then make contact with the TTW Steering Group via the main email address:
'It is the learners who inherit the future. The learned usually find themselves equipped to live in a world that no longer exists.'- Eric Hoffer
Our goals are (as per The Transition Handbook):
= To bring people together, relaxing and learning new skills
= To build networks and move our community towards self-reliance and resilience
= To create a fundamental sense of ‘can do’ and feelings of positivity, creativity and empowerment
= To establish and nurture links between old and young as skills are passed on
= To organize practical and useful events
= To work with existing groups in order to share and draw on local skills
Facilitating the ‘Great Re-skilling’ is number 8 of the '12 Steps to Transition' so please join us for some learning, sharing and fun. We look forward to seeing you all soon with all your skills, creativity, talents and ideas!
A number of the reskilling group were at the Farmers Market yesterday and we have decided to take on responsibility for the stall for the next few months to see how it goes. We are looking for…Continue
Started by Boo Gems (Gillian). Last reply by Boo Gems (Gillian) Feb 17, 2012.
This is what our constitution sets out as what we are trying to achieve: This involves understanding the skills base in Worthing, developing an understanding of traditional skills, and anticipating…Continue
Started by Steve Last. Last reply by Steve Last Jan 11, 2012.
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