Learning

Our task – and the task of all education – is to understand the present world, the world in which we live and make our choices. 

E.F. Schumacher

We offer courses and other learning opportunities, either existing (see below) or tailored to your needs, to promote a deeper understanding of systemic, or complexity thinking, and its importance to sustainability, equity and convergence.

Courses

Our courses draw upon our wider work at the creative edge of sustainability action, ensuring content is dynamic and up-to-date. As transformative learning experiences, they are designed to foster change, and support those taking part to deepen their commitment to effective action. They are also an invitation to become part of the broader learning community that is the Schumacher Institute itself.

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For information about courses, please go to Systems Learning

Bursaries/Scholarships

Fairness and inclusion are among our core institutional values, and we seek to minimise financial barriers to participation on courses. The Richard St George scholarship fund provides bursaries to those on low incomes who would not otherwise be able to afford to take part.

Learning Consultancy

Linked with our consultancy offering, we can also provide bespoke learning opportunities for client groups and organisations on request. These can draw upon the full range of expertise among our Core Staff, Research Fellows, Learning Fellows and Consultancy Associates, and are designed in collaborative fashion in order to address the specific needs of the client. For further information about this service, please contact Michael Clinton (michael@schumacherinstitute.org.uk), head of our consultancy team.

Learning Resources

Systems Learning Website

A free online resource based on our courses, this is intended both as a general introduction to systems thinking and a key resource to support learning of those taking our courses.

Further information

For further information of any other kind, contact Learning Programmes Coordinator Martin Sandbrook.