Our Global Development course is live!
On 24th April 2023, our second session of online courses featuring the Global Development course started. This course explores key themes, practices and perspectives in global development.
You can still sign up via emailing email@example.com or using the sign-up form below. You can also reach out to the Online Course Coordinator, Cynthia Mawuena Kumassah via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Sign up now: Individuals can sign up via this online form.
The courses available for the rest of the year (2023) are as follows;
Global Development – 24th April – 28th May
Social Entrepreneurship – 8th May – 18th June
Postcolonial Perspectives – 3rd July – 13th August
Leadership and Action – 10th September – 23rd October
You can use the registration link above to register for any of these sessions.
All students who complete the course will receive a certificate, with some ‘Top in Cohort’ awards given to those who excel in their participation on the discussion board and in the quality of their posts.
The courses cost £25/student for independent schools, with free places for volunteers, state school students and community educators. Adults and community members are also most welcome to join, with a robust safeguarding strategy in place, with all comments approved by staff.
These courses are perfect enrichment material for students of all ages, and particularly beneficial for students looking for extension work whilst preparing for university, or studying at university.
Students from the following schools (alongside others) have taken our courses giving excellent feedback: Brighton College, Ghana International School, Canford School, Sevenoaks School, Eton College, Norwich School, African Science Academy, Benenden School, Roedean School, Marlborough College, Savannah International Academy, Wellington College, Haileybury School, Uppingham School, Oundle School, Oakham School, Westminster School, UCS, and many more.
All profits raised from these courses fund our development programmes in Ghana and wider West Africa and ensures that the courses are accessible to all.