Why be a part of the Powerpod Project?
Learn about Renewable Energy and Climate Change
Peer education training at your school, club or group before you start and a trip to the Centre of Alternative Technology
Make a Difference
"you are supaheeros!";
"I'll always make sure I don't wast power now"
"I had lots and lots and lots of fun"
- Some quotes from younger workshop participants
Get a Qualification
Over 14s - Youth Achievement Awards (SQA accredited); 10-14s - Dynamic Youth Awards; Over 16s - Millenium Volunteering awards
Music festivals with the Powerpod, to
charge people's mobiles and make solar smoothies, days at events,
working with a group to design the project, radio interviewing ...
Meet some of our current peer educators and what they have to say
The Peer education project is managed
by a youth committee aided by adult members from Edinburgh Woodcraft
Folk. There are spaces for young committee members to help with the
project. Meet our crew
Adult volunteers welcome
Adult volunteers are essential to keep
the project going! There are roles on the management committee, as well
as training and assisting the young peer educators, helping at
festivals and events. More here
mobile: 07814 447498