16th September 2015

Education

We should promote the training and teaching of ringers at all levels of skill and ability. We want to devise and organise and run courses;   commission and produce training materials of all kinds; and work in partnership with others to ensure this happens.

We are not complacent and wish to redefine our activities sharply during 2017-18.

Our work is varied: courses, mainly for tower leaders and teachers of ringing and publications are the major themes. Some members have specific projects: others also perform long-term roles. 

We’d welcome new members with the skills, attitudes and experience such as: 

• act as tutors on our courses and help create new ones
• write course material, create videos etc
• identify interesting or newsworthy items and write copy or update the web.
• play a part in help us understand what is happening and whatservice or product is needed.   
• Undertake generic roles such as chair, secretary, treasurer
• see a task through to completion  (Project management skills )
• think corporately inside the Council and work with other committees
• Work in partnership with people and service providers outside the council

Communication: inward channels  To be effective, we have to establish needs across the Exercise. We keep in touch with our partner organisations (ART, Whiting society etc.)

Communication: outward facing channels We publicise our activities and raise the profile of education in The Ringing World , on the web and elsewhere

People The Committee needs a total of 8-12 positions. 

Sessions We meet about 9 times a year, usually on a Sunday afternoon. This is about 4 times a year at a physical venue  and 5/6 times by conference on skype or by phone conference.  We have our own mailing list to discuss items, report actions andsound out opinions 

Any questions?  contact Tim Hine, Education Committee Chairman.

Current Membership

Photo of James BlackburnJames Blackburn Beverley and District Society
(email)
44 Corby Park, North Ferriby, East Yorkshire, UK
01482 631854

Christine de Cordova Carlisle Diocesan Guild
(email)
35 Thornton Road , Whitehaven CA28 6UW, UK
01946 62986

Veronica Downing Suffolk Guild
(email)
01986 873184

Photo of Tony FurnivallTony Furnivall North American Guild
(email)

Photo of Tim HineTim Hine Chairman North Staffordshire Association
(email)

Photo of Lucy Hopkins TillLucy Hopkins Till Secretary Oxford Diocesan Guild
(email)
425 Worting Road, Basingstoke, RG23 8PT, UK
01256 350718

Geoff Horritt Hertford County Association
(email)
64 Downlands, Royston, Hertfordshire SG8 5BY, UK
01763 246018

Photo of Gill HughesGill Hughes Derby Diocesan Association
(email)
3 Becksitch Lane, Belper, DE56 1UZ, UK
01773 823115

Photo of Catherine LewisCatherine Lewis Kent County Association
(email)
Mallans, 27 Main Road, Sundridge, Sevenoaks, Kent TN14 6EF, UK
01959 563767

Photo of Pip PenneyPip Penney Llandaff and Monmouth Diocesan Association
(email)
Lower House Cottage, Earlswood, Nr Chepstow, Monmouthshire NP16 6RH, UK
01291 650653

Anne Sladen Southwell and Nottingham Diocesan Guild
(email)

David Smith Australian and New Zealand Association
(email)
13 Davies Road, Ashgrove, Queensland 4060, Australia
+61 409 960 481

Photo of Caroline StockmannCaroline Stockmann Kent County Association
(email)
Bell House , High Street , Sevenoaks , Kent TN13 1JD, UK

Photo of Duncan WalkerDuncan Walker Carlisle Diocesan Guild
(email)
07879 430534

Photo of Susan WelchSusan Welch Yorkshire Association
(email)

James Blackburn and Duncan Walker were re-elected at the Central Council meeting on 26 May 2014 at Bearsted; Peter Dale and Deborah Thorley did not seek re-election, and Tim Hine and Lucy Hopkins Till were elected by the Council to fill the vacancies.

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