Articles Tagged with the word ‘course’
13 Dec 2010
A new 12-month course is being launched in Bristol to help people find fulfilling employment that has a positive impact on the planet
09 Jun 2010
This year, 17 students became the very first graduates of a new Certificate in Sustainable Horticulture. A pioneering food-growing course will give students qualifications fit for the 21st century
23 Nov 2009
Southbank Centre and E4 Udderbelly launched The Training Academy, as part of their Summer Season beside the Thames.
16 Jun 2009
'Changing Course for Life' is all about 'Local Solutionsto Global Problems' and is a wake up call, urging us all to take back ourlives before we lose control irreversibly.
30 Apr 2009
Marine students from Kingston Maurward College near Dorchester have been rolling up their sleeves to add weight to this year's Great Dorset Beach Clean.
11 Mar 2009
After the success of last year's Arvon Course, Positive News and Global NET are offering another 15 young writers, aged 16 - 25 years, the opportunity to take part in 2009's positive journalism course.
10 Nov 2008
Harry Taylor from Cornwall did a one-day training course on an organic farm, organised by Peace Child. He learned to express ideas through performance and work with younger children.
31 Oct 2008
Eco Driven, a Portishead based driving school near Bristol, explain the ethos behind teaching learner drivers to eco drive.
15 Sep 2008
Young people were recently invited by Positive News to spend a week at a training centre for aspiring writers, run by The Arvon Foundation.
15 Sep 2008
Earlier in the year, an important global report criticised industrial agriculture as too narrowly focused.
29 Feb 2008
Here are the latest Youth News stories. For more please click on the Positive Youth News button.
11 Jul 2007
You will discover how to read trees, learn about their differentcharacteristics and uses, how to get the best from your tools, workingwith the grain and elegant ways to join wood.
07 Jun 2006
Biodynamic farming was the first modern, consciously organic method offarming, having been developed in the 1920s as a response to thedegradation of soil and plants that had already begun.
19 Dec 2005
What do good governments do when something everyone needs to survive becomes scarce? Do they allow an unregulated market to decide who gets it and who does not? Of course not, says Richard Douthwaite, they ration it so that everyone can be sure of getting a share, exactly as happened with food in World War II.
29 Sep 2005
Teenagers benefited from a summer yoga course, enjoying the effective alternative for relieving stress and anxiety from the hectic exam period. Stress is an increasingly important issue. In June The Observer reported that the number of teenagers relying on drugs such as Prozac to see them through GCSE's and A levels has soared, with prescriptions reaching 140,000 in less...