Phd & Green Health

Between 2017-2021 Tir Coed worked in partnership with Aberystwyth University to supervise a PhD project investigating the therapeutic potential of woodlands in enhancing health, well-being and social engagement within rural communities in Wales.

The PhD project was funded by KESS 2, an initiative funded by European Social Funds to connect small to medium enterprises (SMEs) with postgraduate university students across Wales to enable collaboration on research projects which will benefit Wales in areas such as health, the digital economy, low carbon technology, and advance engineering.

Whittle While You Work - Why learning in woodlands matters

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This online form will allow you to express an interest with Tir Coed so that we can connect you with one of our outdoor training courses or wellbeing activities. We will use the information provided to contact you to discuss the training courses and/or wellbeing activities that are available to you and complete the registration process.

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Please note that we sometimes experience high demand for our training courses so, regrettably, we cannot guarantee you an immediate place on a training course.

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