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Posted by andy macey over 11 years ago
After starting the week with a lesson on water harvesting, the PDC moved to focus on the students design time.
My role was one of support and mentorship to the 25 guys, broken by a few lessons and some site visits.
It was great to see the students start to really piece it together over several days and late nights of designing. keeping an especially close eye on the subject matter I had delivered was useful as a feedback loop as to how well understood I had been!
The designs were amazing and presented over the whole of Friday deservedly completed with a few beers and some great acts at party night.
So all over for this one but back to teach on their next PDC and a few more subjects as well!
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|Permaculture Design Certificate|
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Verifying teacher: Rick Coleman|
|Other Teachers: Naomi Coleman, Kat Lavers|
|Location: Southern Cross Permaculture Institute|
|Date: Mar 2011|
|PDC teacher training|
|Type: Teacher Training|
|Teacher: Geoff Lawton|
|Location: Zaytuna farm|
|Date: Nov 2011|
|advanced permaculture principles and reading the landscape|
|Teacher: david holmgren|
|Location: melliodora farm|
|Date: Nov 2011|
|design skills and APT flow|
|Type: Permaculture Diploma|
|Teacher: Robyn Francis|
|Location: djanbung gardens: permaculture college australia|
|Date: Jan 2012|
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