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Ready to become an certified Permaculture designer?

For over 30 years, Permaculture has forged pathways worldwide towards sustainable living and land-use, and today, more than 1 million people have completed the Permaculture Design Course in every continent and climatic zone on Earth.

 

Come and hear, learn, and experience a proven path that will give you the cutting edge in sustainability design and make you part of a growing community of leaders that implement simple and profoundly effective changes to affect your life and the lives of all those who you touch through your work and activities. Learn to be part of the solution at our upcoming course:

 

Ecological, Economic & Social Resilience in a time of Climate Adaptation

Places for this special course are limited, secure you or your team’s spot today...

About this course 

 

This is a 2 week course, in sustainable living systems design for all climates and landscapes. It is an exciting, hands-on course in which participants will join in interactive learning exercises. You’ll make super compost quickly, build soils, analyse sites for greening opportunities, and use Permaculture design in real-world applications in your own home, project or community. The course also includes field trips to observe Permaculture practices in action. This course will include lectures, discussions, hands-on work, slide shows and field trips.

 

Course contents include…

 

  • Principles of Natural Systems

  • Sustainable Design Methodologies

  • Patterns in Nature, Culture and Society

  • Reading the Land and Understanding Natural Processes

  • Land Restoration Techniques

  • Water Harvesting Techniques

  • Design Principles of Sustainable Human Settlements

  • Grey Water Recycling

  • Natural Building Strategies

  • Cultivated and Productive Ecologies

  • Food Forests, Plant Guilds, Gardens for Self-Sufficiency

  • Energy Conservation Technologies

  • Appropriate Technologies and Renewable Energies

  • Wildlife Management and Biological Pest Control

  • Community Supported Agriculture

 

Language and certification

 

The course will be run in English, with Indonesian translation, and your tuition fees will provide subsidization for 5 local community members or development workers so that they can join the course and share their local experiences and perspectives in Permaculture implementation in Indonesia. Participants that attend all sessions of this course will be certified as Internationally recognised Permaculture Designers.

 

Did you know...

 

  • 20% of Denpasar’s solid waste is dumped in makeshift landfills, into canals or left in the streets

  • Bali scored only 57 out of 100 for environmental sustainability by The National Geographic Traveler magazine

  • On Bali, 400 hectares per year of agricultural land is being converted into dwellings, businesses or tourism facilities, threatening the island's food security

  • Already 20% or 86 km of Bali’s 430 km long coast line is seriously eroded

  • The traditional Balinese calendar (that has been giving Balinese guidance about when is the best time to plant and harvest for many generations) is no longer relevant because of climate change?

 

These challenges have a dramatic and profound impact on our lives, whether we like it or not. A fresh approach to business, and community development is needed to ensure viability and prosperity in the years ahead; this is not only smart thinking but also an essential necessity for those who can read the signs of the times. 

 
 

About the trainer • Robyn Francis

 

Robyn Francis is an award-winning international permaculture pioneer, designer, educator, presenter, innovator and founder of Permaculture College Australia.

Who should join this course?

 

Anyone interested in becoming a Permaculture designer, or wanting to create self-sustainable homes, businesses, projects or communities.

 

  • eco-tourism project owners and managers

  • green project developers

  • people involved in community development, recovery or outreach

  • landscape professionals

  • homeowners

  • farmers

  • and others

 

If you want to deepen your skills in sustainable practices, including creating, enhancing and maintaining productive eco systems, conserve and improve land and the environment this course is for you. Note this course will be bilingual (in both English & Bahasa Indonesia).

 

Benefit of joining this course include….

 

  • Gaining the credibility to implement an eco-related initiative

  • Knowing how to pass on these skills to your friends, family, and employees

  • Joining a community of internationally recognized experts

  • Becoming a problem solver to the issues we face around the world

  • Gain skills that put you on the forefront of the green evolution

  • Obtaining practical eco-living design skills

  • Understanding the principles of sustainable system design

  • Learn the cutting edge in simple and profoundly effective lifestyle design techniques

  • Learn how to rehabilitate degraded soil, make super compost, & other techniques

  • Learn how to do detailed site analysis

  • Learn effective water, wastewater and waste management strategies

  • Work on a hands-on ‘real life’ example of detailed Permaculture design

 

Where will the course be held?

 

The site for the course will be at the Taman Petanu Eco Neighbourhood Living Classroom Centre, just 15 minutes south of Ubud, Bali.

 

This innovative eco-neighborhood provides many opportunities for fascinating hands-on learning activities, and site visits will be organized to see the eco-design strategies in action during the course.

 

Course materials included

 

Each participant will be provided with a full set of course materials, which include a practical 340 page Permaculture resource manual in either English or Bahasa Indonesia.

 

Additional resources including presentations and other references that can be used for sharing what you have learned after the course is complete will also be prvided to participants

 

Course cost and payment details

 

The total course cost is only US$1,000 or per participant, which covers the costs for course resource materials, tuition fees, and meals and snacks. Please note that travel costs to the training location and accommodation are not included. 

 

Please send your course fees to this bank account to secure your place at the course.

 

Bank Name : BNI (Bank Negara Indonesia) 

Bank Address : Jl. Andong, Tegallalang, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

Account Name : PT Alam Santi

Account holder address : Br Sumampan, Desa Kemenuh, Kec Sukawati, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia, 80582

Account No. : 0253466824

Branch : Ubud, Bali

Swift code : BNINIDJA DPS

Routing Number : this bank does not use a routing number

 

After you have made your payment, please notify us by e-mailing your payment record to info@AlamSantiDesign.com. 

 

Once your payment is received we will send you a confirmation about your booking for the course.

 

Also please note that in case of participant cancellation, cancellation fees will apply.

 

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

The Alam Santi Team

 

 

Having worked in Permaculture since 1983 permaculture throughout Australia and overseas, Robyn was founding director Permaculture International Ltd (PIL) in 1987, designer and creator of Djanbung Gardens, Australia's leading permaculture centre, and was member of the National Reference Group which developed the Accredited Permaculture Training™ (APT) for Permaculture International.

Robyn has dedicated the past 33 years to empowering people to be effective agents of change. Her students include some of permaculture's leading teachers and activists.

 

Click here to learn more about Robyn and her work.

 

Traditional agriculture was labour intensive, industrial agriculture is energy intensive, and Permaculture-designed systems are information and design intensive.

David Holmgren

co-founder of Permaculture

Permaculture is revolution

disguised as organic gardening. 

Graham Burnett 

Permaculture is a worldwide movement of designers, teachers, & grassroots activists working to restore damaged ecosystems & human communities.

 

Permaculture derives practical techniques & principles from the study of natural systems & applies them to earth repair & care.

Anon 

Tentative dates: May 31st to June 15th, 2016 (to be confirmed after pre-enrollment)