Recovery and Regeneration
Earners have actively contributed to a co-created resource that is an iterative compendium of practice that explores a recovery and regenerative approach to significant economic shocks such as COVID19. Earners have engaged in a minimum of three co-creation workshops that explore a recovery and regeneration roadmap framework. Earners also worked on designing ways to catalyse and harness economic recovery directed towards underpinning a more regenerative and distributive economy.
Earners actively participated in at least three co-creation sessions. The sessions examined the role of: innovation; enterprise and employment; investment; procurement; addressing disadvantage; inclusive growth; and harnessing civic action - in promoting recovery.
The evidence was established by active participation by the student throughout at least three of the seminars.