Courses

Courses in 2017

Enrolments have closed for Living Smart Term 2 courses in Perth, regional WA and Adelaide and Mt Lofty Ranges. No courses are running in Term 3 (Aug-Sep 2017). More courses are in the planning for later in the year and 2018. If you want to register your interest for an upcoming course, email here. Details will be posted up as soon as they become available.

South Australian courses coming up – to be updated in September with details

in partnership with Adelaide and Mt Lofty Range Natural Resources

West Australian courses coming up  – to be updated in September with details

Courses are in the planning in metro Perth and regional WA for Term 4 and next year. They will be posted up when details are ready.

No courses in your area?

Let us know your suburb/town or workplace where you’d love to see a Living Smart course run.

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Upcoming FACILITATOR TRAINING in 2017:

We have set new training dates!!

In WA we ask that you have attended a Living Smart course already as we are delivering the 2-day training without an introductory day to the course. In SA there was an EOI process based on this flyer, now closed.

WA: Over for this year. Well done to the Graduates. We’ll hold another next year. (On 2 Sundays July 30th and August 6th in Fremantle. If you’re interested, contact trainers Ecoburbia with any queries or to express interest in the training. Award winning educator, Shani Graham, from Ecoburbia, delivers this two-day LS facilitator training over two Sundays. The course costs $240, plus a shared lunch.)

SA: On the weekend of August 18th , 19th and 20th at The Joinery, Adelaide. If you are interested, contact Christy Spier at Adelaide & Mt Lofty Natural Resources who are coordinating this training for local educators. Ecoburbia’s Shani Graham will provide this 3-day training.

On Day One we will look at the skills and information needed to facilitate Living Smart. Day Two will involve sharing ideas and activities for your course, before looking at the essential policy requirements.