COURSE DATES & BOOKING

GSL CATALYST 2022

  • COURSE DATES: 28th – 30th October 2022
  • INDEPENDENT CHALLENGE: 31st October – 29th November 2023
  • GRADUATION: 16th January 2023
  • EARLY BIRD BOOKING DEADLINE: 7th September 2022
  • FINAL BOOKING DEADLINE: 28th September 2022

GSL CATALYST 2023

  • COURSE DATES: 28th – 30th July 2023
  • INDEPENDENT CHALLENGE: 31st July – 29th August 2023
  • GRADUATION: TBC
  • EARLY BIRD BOOKING DEADLINE: 7th June 2023
  • FINAL BOOKING DEADLINE: 28th June 2023

Schools are invited to share the course with their students so that they can book directly using the GSL online shop. Once we have received payment, they will be sent a registration form and their place on the course will be confirmed.

COURSE FEE: £220 / Early bird £185
Member school students access 20% discounted fees

COURSE INFORMATION

What will students learn?

Each day of the virtual course is focused on a distinct theme:

  1. Leadership Foundations – students build leadership skills and learn about the importance of wellbeing
  2. The Need for Change – students learn about global issues and the Global Goals, identify their passions, design vision statements, and discover how to improve their resilience
  3. Plan to Action – students learn about the independent challenge, begin project planning, and reflect on their learnings and highlights from the three days

During the independent challenge students will:

  • Plan and implement a project
  • Work towards set goals
  • Challenge themselves
  • Communicate with others effectively
  • Practice time management and creative problem-solving techniques

Will students be assessed?

Students will not be assessed but will be required to submit a summary of their independent challenge, alongside any relevant evidence including pictures, written reflections and/or a creative piece to showcase their GSL journey.

Will students receive a certificate?

Students will be awarded with e-certificates following the virtual graduation event.

How will students be taught?

The course is taught via live virtual sessions using Zoom.

Content is delivered in English by an experienced team of facilitators/coaches. We ask that all students are confident in their level of English language, and suggest a CEFR level (Common European Framework of Reference) of B2 or above (C1/ C2) to join this course.

The sessions are interactive, and students are expected to actively participate using cameras and microphones.

There are two time zone options for the three-day course. Students will be asked to select one option for all three days upon registration. The options are:

  • 08:00-11:45 or 15:00-18:45 UK time

How will students be kept safe online?

Students safety is taken seriously and we want to ensure everyone has a great experience. Everyone will be required to read and sign a Code of Conduct before the course begins. We want all young people to be able to engage in a safe and respectful space.

What equipment will students need?

  • Access to a laptop or PC with internet connection
  • A headset, or speakers and a microphone
  • A webcam
  • A notepad and pen

COURSE IMPACT

Read the posts below to find out more about the impact of our courses – student feedback, example student challenges from previous GSL Catalysts, and our aims and outcomes.

STUDENT FEEDBACK

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INDEPENDENT CHALLENGE PROJECTS

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Aims & Outcomes of GSL Courses

Global connections, wellbeing and resilience, future world of work skills, transformative competencies, social action and the UN Global Goals