Introduction to Time Exchange Systems
  • Course Synopsis
  • A Brief History of Time Exchange Systems
A Timecentre Will Work in Any Local Community
  • Timecentres - Rooted in Mutualist Societies
  • Reconstructing Mutualism, Reciprocity, Collective Action and Social Justice
  • How a Timecentre Works
  • An Example of a Timecentre
The 11 Steps to Creating a Timecentre in Your Local Community
  • An Outline of the 11 Steps to Creating Your Timecentre
  • Step 1 - A Timecentre and its Values
  • Step 2 - Social Audit
  • Step 3 - Develop Your Activities Menu
  • Step 4 - Develop Your Rewards Menu
  • Step 5 - Develop a Membership Joining Form
  • Step 6 - Create Your Time Credits
  • Step 7 - Develop Communication Networks
  • Step 8 - Develop an Evaluation Framework to Measure Activity
  • Step 9 - Recruit Members
  • Step 10 - Start Your Timecentre
  • Step 11 - Celebrate!
Conclusion
  • Where Timecentres Can Be Created
  • Keeping People Engaged
  • Making Your Timecentre More Relevant
  • Summary
  • How To Use Your Timecentre