TabgroepInhoudSustainable development has become a core element of every organisation, company or school. 'Embarking on the path of sustainable development requires a transformation of how we feel, think and act.' The Summer School 'Moving for Sustainable Development' aims at developing competencies, as formulated by UNESCO, and will help you to act in various complex contexts and situations. “Moving for Sustainable Development” empowers you and your organization to become more effective at understanding the insights of sustainable development. We help you to develop a plan so as to make your organization more future-proof. You should attend, because... you are a teacher a member of a teachers' supporting staff a manager or leader within an educational or welfare institution a policy maker someone who is interested in transformation towards a more inclusive and sustainable society You will learn... through an interactive and appreciative approach where we encourage people to reflect upon their values and choices and to share experiences . In this masterclass, we make use of presentations, brainstorm sessions, cases, … At the end of the training you will be aware of your own values and your own changemaker competencies be able to create a personal and professional vision about future development further develop your own changemaker competencies be aware of the strengths of your organization be able to recognise opportunities for sustainable development in and of your organisation be able connect your personal development to the development of the organization. Practical information UC Leuven-Limburg - Campus Hertogstraat - Leuven (Belgium) Period 1: 16/10/2018-18/10/2018 (Dutch) Periode 2: 03/07/2019-05/07/2019 (English) Request of additional periods are possible. Please contact us to agree on alternative dates. cost: 325 euro (including training material, coffee break, lunch) This training can also be offered tailor-made for your organisation. Contact Should you need any further information, please contact Katrien Mertens (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Véronique De Roeck (email@example.com) .