The Federation for Community Development Learning (FCDL) are holding meetings on the occupational standards for community work on 13th November (in London) and 28th November (Leeds).
FCDL is working with partners across the UK to review the Community Development National Occupational Standards (CDNOS). The standards describe what a person needs to do, know and understand to carry out good quality community development practice, and they can be used in many ways. The first phase of the review went well, and there is a draft set of revised CDNOS ready for consultation.
Are the revised CD standards easier to use and understand and a more powerful tool for supporting communities?
Anybody who is involved in community development practice, in any setting or role, is welcome to come along, find out more, and share your views.
Details of the Leeds event will be announced soon on the FCDL website.
Details of the London event are as follows:
Thursday 13th November
10.00am – 1.00pm (with registration from 9.30 am)
London Metropolitan University,
London Metropolitan University, GC1-08, Graduate Centre, North Campus, 166-220 Holloway Road, N7 8DB
You can book a place at the London event here, by emailing Matt Scott: firstname.lastname@example.org