Living The Good Life Huddle application form
This is the application form for Living The Good Life Huddle. Average completion time 30 mins.
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Email *
Section 1: Personal information
Full name *
Your location *
Your current occupation(s) *
How did you hear about us? *
Section 2: Your Huddle proposal
Your Learning Question *
This question frames your learning journey - just like a thesis question or problem statement. It needs to guide you and motivate you - so don't make it too long or complicated. For example 'How can movement and performance be used to overcome limiting thinking habits?' or 'How can I create and market self-love workshops for adults?'
Outline three learning objectives *
Your learning objectives refer to new understandings, skills or attitudes you wish to develop. This is what you intend to learn through exploration of your Learning Question and should be realistic for a six month programme. For example 'I will develop deeper understanding of education systems, through first hand experience in formal and informal education settings' or 'I aim to build the personal confidence I need to develop performances and share them with an audience'.
Describe the tangible deliverable/s you hope to produce *
Huddles are focused on project-based learning, supporting you to produce something that will demonstrate the work you've done. Developing your project may lead you to produce something very different to what you are able to outline now - but this gives us a sense of your starting point. For example 'a working prototype', 'a podcast that I've edited, produced and promoted' or 'a participative learning experience introducing sustainability to 8-12 year olds'.
You understand that: *
This Huddle is not a programme that is being run for you by someone else. It is a peer-to-peer programme which means participants take on shared responsibility for success and realisation of the experience. Your host will guide your journey and help you to make the most of this opportunity. The more participants contribute to the collective the more value there is available to everyone.
Section 3: Your background and experience
How would you describe the work you do? What challenges are you - or would you like to be - tackling? (max 100 words) *
Please tell us about something you have created or organised that has been unique and valuable. (max 100 words) *
Please provide a link to your CV
Section 4: Fees
Which fee bracket is most appropriate for you? *
Which payment plan do you think you'd be opting for? *
Are you applying for a bursary? *
Please tell us a bit about your eligibility.
Do you consent to Huddlecraft using the data you have provided to add you to our mailing list and email you about upcoming activities? (We respect your privacy, will always keep your data safe and will never spam you.) *
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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