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Post by Compostwoman on 16th November 2009, 10:54 pm

I am currently studying for adult lecturer qualifications and have recently done a Food Hygiene L2 course and last year ( finally) did a Forest School Leader qualification...so I can teach children outdoor education stuff.. :cheers:

I am sure I am not the only student on this board.. Very Happy so could we have a section for student issues, please? Very Happy

Or could we do a poll to see if there is enough interest to have a section?

Thanks Badger.... ❤

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Post by Adrian on 16th November 2009, 11:15 pm

I don't see why not - let me have a think about where to put it - I don't want to us to be mirroring the other place, but you are right about there being a need. I have had plans for a green student section since inception of the site, but not yet felt a need for it.

I am completely brain fuzzed with flu and not planning on working on the site until my head clears, but will put my thinking cap on when the throbbing has stopped between my ears...

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Post by Compostwoman on 16th November 2009, 11:24 pm

Oh Badger.. Sad .I didn't mean to hassle you. Surprised .IF you think it is a good idea...then whenever you are ready will be absolutely fine......I really was NOT thinking about trying to emulate GLF at all. Shocked .just it seemed that a few of us on here were students ( in one form or another...) so it seemed like an idea?

Please don't make your poorly head throb over this !

Can I help. in some way, to facilitate this?

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Post by Adrian on 16th November 2009, 11:43 pm

Not a hassle at all CW, I'm just too muzzy to concentrate on much at the moment as the Swine flu eats its merry way through my already limited neurons.

There will be a green student section, Green is after-all the main remit I set for this forum, but support and community are the others, its finding the right balance.

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