Peer Learning and Mentoring - CLEA Project
The VLC CLEA (Community Learning for Environmental Action) project is jointly funded by the Natural Resources Conservation League and the VLC. The project looking to work with the landcare community to :
- develop a suite of peer learning and mentoring processes that are low cost and easy to use
- test these processes within the Landcare community
- create web-based mechanisms to facilitate peer learning and provide links to Landcare knowledge.
CLEA's focus is what it takes to organise community action, collaborate with partners,
Interested in being involved with the CLEA project?
Regional Landcare communities are invited to draw on and trial the processes CLEA is developing:
Set Your Learning Focus/Call on Your Network.
Worksheets and a workshop process for individuals and groups to decide the current focus of their learning, and to work out who in their networks will support them.
Questions Without Easy Answers
is a tool to open up inquiry on an issue, and share knowledge around similar questions across groups and networks.
is a way for a project team, group or network to think about what they have learned recently, and put this on the record. Lessons Learned are backed by a Story that shows where the lessons have come from.
The Winds of Innovation
uses an interview with people doing new things in Landcare, to document their story and get the news out to other groups and networks.
I Need Help.
CLEA wants to work out how a group or network facing a challenge can connect to a group or network already dealing with that challenge. If you need help, get in touch.
Access All Areas
is a way for groups and networks to talk up the line to regional, State and Federal level about the way the NRM system affects what they can do locally, and what would improve support for local initiative.
To discuss CLEA or any of these resources contact Ross Colliver
Read the full CLEA Invitation here