About this course
This second course under the ‘Learn for Life’ Series is open to anyone who is keen to learn more about community engagement as a lifelong learning practice, and how you can play a part in it. The first course sets the context of why’ and ‘what’ of building up community engagement as a movement. In this second course, you will explore the “how” of community engagement, and consider various approaches in building an ecosystem of social support and cohesion for all strata of society.
You may be a youth, student or educator embarking on a school-community programme; a community worker facilitating social programmes; an employee in an organization or business that is seeking to do more in the corporate giving space; an experienced professional seeking a mid-career change to explore more meaningful work; or simply a curious individual who is keen to learn more about community engagement and how you can contribute.
We trust that what learners gain from this course can become the foundation for facilitating community engagement in your own settings.
For SUSS alumni, you may sign up with your SUSS email account and use the coupon code SUSS20211733 at the checkout page to enjoy 50% off the course price.
Course Access Period
Please note that this is an online self-paced asynchronous course where learners will be granted two months of access from the enrolment date.
What you will learn
On completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Identify various approaches to effect meaningful and insightful conversations and reflections on pertinent contemporary issues with multi-stakeholders; so that community members can be empowered to take catalytic action.
- Identify and interpret the programmatic elements that make up community engagement experiences – in particular within their applied settings and communities that they operate in.
- Apply the programmatic elements of community engagement journey framework in their chosen settings.