Twilight Session: Learning to transform the co-operative movement

Co-operative College, Hanover Street, Manchester, United Kingdom
12 October 2017 —  17:30-19:00

Who is it for?

Our Twilight Sessions are a series of interactive workshops exploring co-operative solutions to contemporary issues. They’re open to all, so whether you’re a seasoned co-operator or just want to discuss some of societies most pressing challenges, we’d love it if you joined us! Are you interested in the transformative power of learning? If so, this session is the one for you!

You can see all six sessions here, with a huge 33% discount if you choose to book on them all!

What will I learn?

What does ‘learning’ mean in the co-operative context? How does learning take place? How relevant is the fifth principle to co-operatives today?
This Twilight session explores the role of education and learning in the twentieth century co-operative movement. Historically, co-operative education was about learning how to run an effective co-operative and to be a good co-operator. Are these still the aims of co-operative education today?

How will I learn?

The interactive session will kick off with a short 10 to 15 minute presentation from one of our team followed by a discussion of the issues raised. You’ll get the opportunity to have your say and listen to the opinions of like-minded people at the workshop.

Meet the tutor

Angela Colebrook

Cilla Ross

When:
12th October to 12th October 2017. Starting at 5pm until 7pm.
Where:
Co-operative College, Hanover Street, Manchester, United Kingdom