ECODEMIA is an Ethical and Socio-Ecological Academia and aims to universalise knowledge and practices which have the potential to create the necessary change in the life of our planet and its inhabitants.
provide an introduction to the methods and principles of the design subject. These courses are 15hr (0.5 ECTS) courses including 10hr Self-Studies of the E-Learning modules and 5hr virtual training sessions.
enable participants to employ the knowledge and skills related to the design subject. By successfully completing the certificate courses, participants become "CERTIFIED DESIGNERS" in that field and can perform as a recognised designer. The certificate courses are organised in one an a half months and include 90hr (3 ECTS) study sessions including 60hr Self-Studies of the E-Learning modules and 20hr virtual training units.
are the most advance programmes of ECODEMIA. The curricula of the diploma programmes are designed to provide their participants the necessary knowledge and skills to teach the design subject at various levels and to employ this knowledge in advance design projects. By successfully completing diploma programmes participants become recognised fellows of ecodemia and certified trainers and consultants. These year-long training programmes including 300hr (10 ECTS) study units organised under 200hr self-studies of the E-Learning modules and 100hr virtual training sessions.
are application courses of ECODEMIA and provide participants with experiencing a design process in the design field. Practice courses are one month long courses including 60hr (2ECTS) study units organised under 40hr self-studies and practices through the E-Learning modules and 20hr virtual sessions.
ECOLOGICAL DESIGN enables humans to revolutionary transform their social life and create more solidarist and equitable communities in harmony with nature. Based on this definition ECODEMIA's ecological design programmes address the deep social roots of ecological problems as the main issues to be concerned in the field of ecological design.
DE-URBAN DESIGN is a brand new design discipline that emphasises on the effects of the recent massive urbanisation in transforming our world from microbic scale to the global one. De-Urban Design re-imagines progressive changes in human settlements and envision future cities as ethical, equitable, and ecocentric living habitats.
PERMACULTURE DESIGN is a set of design principles centred on whole system thinking. Permaculture contains ethical design methods based on the resilient features and patterns observed in natural ecosystems and aims to create permanent, regenerative and sustainable human settlements.
BIOTECTURE DESIGN is the knowledge and skills required for the design and building of various strusctures by using the most accessible, affordable, ecological, local and healthy biodegradable materials.
This course provides participants with the basics of ecological design.
This course is an introduction course to the principles and methods of de-urban design.
This course provides the basic principles and methods of permaculture design.
By successfully completing this course you become a CERTIFIED ECOLOGICAL DESIGNER. This course provides participants with the knowledge and enhanced skills of ecological design in various scales from house design to the design of cities.
By successfully completing this course you become a CERTIFIED DE-URBAN DESIGNER. This course provides participants with the knowledge and enhanced skills of de-urban design. De-Urban Design re-imagines human settlements as ethical, equitable, and ecocentric living habitats.
By successfully completing this course you become an ECOLOGICAL DESIGN CONSULTANT & TRAINER. This year-long DIPLOMA programme provides knowledge and skills of pedagogy and applications of ecological design in various scales from house design to the design of cities.
By successfully completing this programme you become a DE-URBAN DESIGN CONSULTANT & TRAINER. This year-long programme provides knowledge and skills of pedagogy and applications of De-Urban Design. De-Urban Design re-imagines human settlements as ethical, equitable and ecocentric living habitats.