AEIDL is working with its partners on the REBOUND Erasmus project to devise a practitioner-oriented, workable, robust, reliable and solution-focused capacity building training programme that captures the merits of resilient communities and enables stakeholders, in a vocational learning environment, to assess, promote, review, tweak and evaluate approaches to resilience promotion across a range of rural area types in Europe. REBOUND is delivered by AEIDL in collaboration with its associated partner LDnet in terms of sharing and multiplying network and knowledge resources.
We are pleased to announce the offer of places in a Level 6 training and capacity-building training programme on Rural Community Resilience. You can download the leaflet here.
This training aims to identify and share good practices in rural resilience and to disseminate and promote knowledge. This training is targeted at people actively working in or supporting rural communities, who already have some experience in rural development or community work. It will be delivered in an online format to facilitate combining study with practical work.
The training will have two modules: the first module will focus mainly on theoretical concepts, good practices, and the necessary skills for the development of resilient communities; the second module will be more oriented towards the applicability of the theoretical foundations in the specific context of each of the participants.
Are you interested in certifying your experience as a local agent promoting rural resilience in your territory?
Resilience is a multi-dimensional concept; it relates to economic, environmental, and socio-cultural factors. This project seeks to respond to macro- and micro-level imperatives and impetuses towards the promotion of resilience. Specifically, the project proposes to identify and capture innovative practices in respect of resilience and to disseminate and promote conducive knowledge capital. By working collaboratively with stakeholders (including VET institutions and rural development organisations), the project envisages promoting consensus in deriving a shared understanding of, and commitment to, resilience.