Workshops, Webinars & Public Speaking Events
View the 2018 workshop schedule below
Changing World founder Chris Gilmour has been running workshops and doing public speaking events for the past ten years in a range of topics. He has taught for a host of organizations such as Sir Sanford Fleming College, Emergency Management & Training In c, Ganaraska Conservation Authority, the p.i.n.e. project, Sticks & Stones Wilderness School, Earth Tracks Outdoors School, for privately organized community events and many more.
Chris is available to run customized workshops and training for your community or organization as well as speak at
events of 50 people or more.
Our flagship workshop is “Building Resiliency: Emergency & Disaster Preparedness for Individuals, Families & Communities.” Click on the link (https://www.changingworldproject.com/emergworkshop/ ) to learn more and to inquire about hosting this workshop in your community.
Other topics available for custom workshops include:
* Mentoring Kids & Youth in the Outdoors
* Introduction to Wilderness Survival
* Urban Survival Tactics
* Advanced Wilderness Survival & Bushcraft (many potential topics)
* Wilderness Travel, Safety & Awareness
* Wildlife Tracking
* Introduction to Edible Plant Foraging
* Introduction to Bird Studies & Interpretive Bird Language
* Survival Trapping & Hunting Techniques
* Leadership Development & Team Building
* and more.
“It was Chris’s passion for what he speaks about that pulled me in and kept me coming back. His personal stories of hunting, foraging, and survivalist adventures, were woven seamlessly into his teachings in ways that made everything seem possible. His questioning style brought me to my own conclusions and taught me to look for answers in nature…” – Anna Kiiskinen
Fall Dates Coming Soon….
Wild Deer Earth Skills Program – January to June 2019
Hosted by the p.i.n.e. project, the program runs weekend a month from January to June. Gain incredible skills and experiences in the wilderness. Learn tools and methods to inspire profound connection with the natural world. We will dive into the skill sets of the modern hunter-gatherer, naturalist, and “coyote mentor” to learn how these create resilience in ourselves and communities.