We provide multiple virtual certificate courses that offer an in-depth understanding of specific areas of social justice. These courses are curated and facilitated by our team and provide a mix of academic theory, case studies and tools and strategies for furthering action.
1An average increase of 3-4 points in participants’ understanding of the subject matter, on a scale of 10 as compared to their learning level before the training.
29 out of 10 participants said that they formed meaningful connections at OFC.
39 out of 10 participants stated that engaging with OFC has spurred them into taking individual action for social change.
410 out of 10 participants said that our learning spaces are safe and meaningful.
At One Future Collective, our courses, workshops and trainings involve a pedagogical framework which uses the participatory pproach. This approach is implemented through the use of the Learning Spiral model. This format encourages sharing of personal experiences and knowledge leading to a facilitator and peer led learning process. Rooted in principles of respect, compassion and reciprocity towards fellow participants and their voices, this approach promotes an open and empowering environment producing
new knowledge and plans for action.
If you feel this may be draining or emotionally difficult for you, we are happy to discuss this with you in advance and make the relevant adaptations, where possible. Please contact us and let us know.
Please note, our courses are not delivered in a webinar format. They take place on specific dates and at specific times and are not recorded in order to ensure the safety and confidentiality of our participants.
They are experience-based and require active participation, contribution and dialogue by the participants. If you feel uncomfortable keeping your camera on or do not have video capabilities, please don't worry. As long as you have audio features or are able to type, you should be able to have a great learning experience with us.
The course was phenomenal, I really learned a lot and it helped me break out of my social anxiety bubble a lot.
Thank you for a well-curated and well-structured course with such a wonderful set of hosts. It honestly exceeded my expectations! Conducting such an intensive course solely online is not easy, but this was so engaging and well-done. I'm glad to be volunteering for such an organisation that does such important work :)
It's been a week full of learning, creating and nurturing safe spaces and a lot of fun. Thank you for this. Looking forward to continuing this journey of learning.
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