ECOLOGICAL LITERACY is the knowledge and understanding of how nature’s systems work, and how all living beings are dependent on and interconnected with each other. Taking its roots from ecology and whole systems thinking, ecological literacy is an awareness building course which provides necessary information on the principles and processes of natural systems, how they make life on earth possible and how we can live in more harmony and integrity with these systems.
How the course works:
The course is a blended course including virtual synchronous sessions, team collaborations and discussions and life-term access to self-paced asynchronous study materials and sessions.
The total Duration of Course: 4 Weeks / 72 Hours
What will you get out of it?
In addition to a hugely valuable set of knowledge, skills and experiences which you will get from this course, you will also have the opportunity to closely collaborate with the other participants with similar motivations and interests from all around the world and develop your network. More importantly you will have a life-term access to the learning materials and self-paced sessions which are consistently updated. By successfully completing this course you will also receive a Certificate of Completion.
What are the requirements to receive a Certificate of Completion?
What type of certificate does this course offer?
Ecodemia issues Certificates of Completion for all participants who complete the course successfully and met all the requirements for the completion of this course. Ecodemia's courses are non-formal and non-academic courses and Ecodemia does not issue any academic credits or degrees. Depending on the academic institution's policies on the acceptance of the non-formal education certificates as part of the formal degree studies, some institutions may accept these certificates. Applicants are advised to check this with their institution prior to their registration.
Who can take this course?
This course is open to everyone. All you need is a commitment to learn, and knowledge of English language, and access to internet connection and computer.
How many participants attend?
We value discussions, sharing knowledge and experiences, and collaborative peer works and accordingly we limit the number of participants in each course to 25.
Marcela CELY-SANTOS (Ph.D.), biologist, agroecologist. Carson Fellow - Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society - Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany. Former Adjunct Researcher at Alexander von Humboldt Biological Resources Research Institute, Colombia.
£300, Tuition Fee, If you have more than £24000 Annual Household Income
Minor Scholarship (33%) and Major Scholarship (50%) available for those who have an Annual Household Income less than £24000, and for Students, and Activists
Free / Pay with Time for Those whose basic rights are violated, Refugees, Indigenous People.