An update from India
06 May 2017 | By Amanda George
Ross shares an update on our international work through the HSA Foundation.
It’s been another exciting month in India, with the latest group of e-learners signing up to start their person-centred training course in Kerala, hosted by the Institute for Person Centred Approaches. Over 30 learners have signed up to complete the course over the next 90 days, making it the busiest batch to date since the e-learning platform arrived in India at the end of 2015.
The IPCAI team have also been really busy organising and delivering a number of workshops across Kerala this month. With a particular focus on youth empowerment and development, members of Teen IPCAI have been delivering a number of programmes in collaboration with the IPCAI leadership team.
In the UK, we are delighted to have strengthened our partnership with Dimensions after meeting last month to discuss the future of our pioneering international collaboration. We will be adding more structure to our international buddy project, inviting guest speakers to deliver online workshops and supporting buddies from both India and the UK to share their experiences of using person-centred approaches in their respective countries more widely, with members of their teams at work. Additionally, we are excited to be planning our next exchange trip with Dimensions and IPCAI, something that is in the very early stages of planning that we hope to have more information about in the coming weeks.
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