Zandvlei Trust

Facilitator Training Programme.

ZVT / CTEET Environmental Education Project funded by the National Lottery
and working with the City Of Cape Town.


photogragh by Louise Matschke.

Ricardo in December 2015.                            in July 2015 at Zerilda Primary School on Mandela Day.

We are very proud of this young man! He started with CTEET in August 2014 on the Environmental Education Facilitators course, in partnership with The Zandvlei Trust and s[onsored by the Lotto, he then went onto the WESSA YES Programme in 2015 and was hosted by CTEET.
Today 08 December 2015, he graduated from the YES Programme having been employed by CTEET on a three year contract with The Gantouw Project on 7 September 2015.
Well done Ricardo, your hard work and perseverance have paid off, keep it up.


30/11/2014 - A report back for the last few months.

TRAINEES ON CAMP
During October to November the trainees assisted in eleven camps and therefore all trainees have attended at least two or three camps.

ENRICHMENT SESSIONS
On the 15 October the trainees attended the second enrichment session at False Bay Camping Site. During this session Mr Peter Sharples demonstrated and taught them about the Wonderbag and how to use it. The trainees will also continue to work on their Holiday Programme in December.

On the 23 October the trainees attended a third enrichment session. The programme was divided into two sessions. During the morning Ms Taryn van Neel (Eco Schools Coordinator) gave the trainees a talk on what the Eco School programme is about, how we can help the Eco Schools and why the schools use vegetable gardens and what is a vegetable garden. The trainees visited Spineview Primary School in the afternoon where they assisted the Eco Club learners with preparing the vegetable beds and to beautify the surrounding area.

On the 28 November the trainees attended a fourth enrichment session at the Goldfields Centre, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. They were taught about sustainable usage of plants and how plants can be used in an environmental education programme.

MENTORSHIP
All trainees have gone on four mentorship programmes.

GENERAL
Two trainees have left the programme and the total amount of trainees left on the programme is 15.


30/07/2014 - This was the first day of the facilitators when Alice Ashwell and Peter Kruger from ZVT
went to visit ZEEP where the training began for the new intakes who were accepted for the course.


photograph supplied by Alice Ashwell.

A collective photo of the first day of training at ZEEP.


                                                                                                                                             

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