Inclusion London is running a free pilot leadership course, called: “Understanding leadership in the disability movement”
- Are active in the disability movement
- Want to develop your leadership skills and knowledge and learning from leaders in the movement
… then this could be for you.
Inclusion London’s free pilot leadership course – “Understanding leadership in the disability movement” – is one masterclass a month, starting 20 September 2012 through to February 2013.
It will be held between 12.15pm to 5pm each session, including a networking lunch.
It is for deaf and disabled people who either work for a Deaf or disabled people’s user led organisation or individuals who are active in the movement and wish to expand their leadership skills and knowledge.
Each course will be led by recognised leaders in the disabled people’s movement.
Sessions cover topics such as:
- Understanding leadership
- Communicating your campaign message
- Theory and context of the disabled peoples movement in 21st Century (exploring the social model of disability and the cultural model of deafness)
- Challenges to the movement
Applicants must live or work in London. To apply, please tell Inclusion London in no more than 300 words:
- Why you would like to be on this course.
- The work you are doing on Deaf/disability equality issues and how this work would benefit from you attending this course.
Applications are to be sent to Geraldine O’Halloran (firstname.lastname@example.org) at Inclusion London. Closing date: 5pm Monday 3rd September 2012 and successful applicants will be informed after Monday 10th September. Please make sure each application you send has your full name and contact details.
The course will have BSL interpreters. The venue has full disabled access.