Muddy Feet specialises in community development and participation and has developed a number of different consultation and inclusion techniques drawn from a career of community-led projects in local open spaces.
Muddy Feet Training has 19 years experience of working with local communities to develop local outdoor space including park, playgrounds, and art projects. We have designed and delivered a range of accredited and unaccredited participatory training courses and training materials for adults, young people and children.
We specialise in involving local people in the debate over the future of their local area, helping them to take informed decisions on plans and proposed developments. We have worked with local authorities, developers and housing providers to offer a forum where meaningful and effective consultation can take place.
We offer a variety of workshops and training opportunities.
This innovative one day course is for practitioners setting up community wellbeing projects. An exciting opportunity to use local wild space to deliver wellbeing outcomes.
On this course you will learn about
- Theories that promote the use of outdoor space to develop a sense of wellbeing.
- 5 steps to wellbeing and how these relate to outdoor activities.
- Practical considerations of delivering wellbeing projects outdoors.
- Experience and learn about practical outdoor activities that help promote wellbeing.
Cost and booking please contact us.
Supporting Community Learning
This course is designed for resident or community involvement workers who wish to deliver community learning through the delivery of environmental improvement projects.
Community/ Stakeholder Engagement
Developing community environmental projects
Planning and organising events
L3 Train the Trainer