Sector Opportunities

Mindful Photography Training for Professional Practitioners

Look Again’s next programme starts on 10 February 2022 and there are only a few spaces left.

Only 6 places left on Look Again’s ‘How to Work with Mindful Photography’ Training Programme for professional practitioners, starting 10 February 2022.

Discount until 10 December. Two funded places for Gloucestershire non-profit organisations.

In the programme you learn the tools to offer accessible, practical and creative online and in-person mindful photography courses that you can offer to your clients and the communities you serve to help them:

  • Stay calm and maintain a positive mindset
  • Improve their mental health and wellbeing
  • Connect with themselves, others and nature with compassion
  • Build resilience in the face of uncertainty and change
  • Take positive action and find hope for the future

“The programme was a totally enjoyable experience for me. I have learnt so much. It seemed like a big investment at the beginning but it proved to be great value for money. I have a deeper understanding of mindful photography practice and I love the clarity and joy it brings me. I have a strong belief in its benefits and the Look Again methodology is solid and strong. I have gained confidence, hope and belief in myself. Artworks has since been successful in securing funding for a mindful photography project. I feel confident that I now have the knowledge and skills to offer an engaging programme to the communities we serve.”

The programme runs over 8 weeks. The programme is delivered by two experienced facilitators, Ruth Davey and Alistair Kelly, in a creative, accessible, and participatory way, using Zoom and an online teaching platform.

Get in touch with Look Again to find out more

www.look-again.org/practitioner-training

 

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