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4 x 4 self-experience training in learning by experience method for work with youth

Training Course

13-21 August 2012 | Prcice, Strnadovsky mlyn, Czech Republic

9-day training course in topics: learning by experience as a method of non-formal education, how to use it, how to create your own activities, how to create pedagogic goals and implement them into game or activity.
9-day training course of the DOSVĚTA organization with name "4x4 self-experience training in learning by experience method for work with youth" for european youth workers in Czech Republic in South Bohemia. This course is continuance of previous courses "Smart Blonde", "Skinned off in Prague" and "Message in the bottle" which we organized in Prevent organization. In our course are participating 30 youth workers from 6 european countries (Hungary, Italy, Rumunsko, Lithuania, Spain and CzechRepublic). We want to share same space with european professionals and active volunteers in topics: learning by experience as a method, how to use it, how to create your own activities, how to create pedagogic goals and implement them into game or activity. TC is prepared for those who want to recognize experiential learning as a non-formal method on you selves. First part is focused on experiences as a self-development. Second part is focused on theory of learning by experience and third part is about finding your own ways to create games and activities. We want to share and use knowledge of every member. Training course should be an opportunity to explore non-formal learning through creativity and programme dramaturgy. During the project we also want to introduce Czech Republic and Czech way of non-formal learning with focusing on multicultural difference. We want to spend time with in the meaning of discovering our own attitude to the topic. And we still using words like teambuilding, icebreaker, and energizers and so on. Do we really know what does it mean? Do we use them or abusing them? How many our games or activities we created before? Were they inspiring in that time? What is changed? Finally we want to find a foreign proffesionals in work with non-formal learning to closer partnership.
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Training overview

http://trainings.salto-youth.net/2650

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This Training Course is

for 30 participants

from Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Romania, Spain

and recommended for

Youth workers, Trainers, Youth leaders, pedagogic workers

Working language(s):

English

Organiser:

DO SVĚTA (Youth NGO)

The DO SVETA NGO in a new NGO, continuing in way of PREVENT NGO in new label. It means that our association is providing training and prevention activities in the whole South Czech region. The main focus is in the primary prevention. We run an experiential courses for school children and students, educative projects for pedagogues and workers with youth and training courses for peer activist. Most of us are teachers of experiential learning method and psychotherapist.

Contact for questions:

Stefan Schwarc

E-Mail:

Phone: 00420607652862

Costs

- accommodation, food and all the services during the training course are for free - we refund 70% of your travel costs. - there is no other fee, but you must pay your travel insurance

This training activity is funded by:

The Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme

Participants are entitled to receive a Youthpass certificate from the organiser, for recognition of their competence development during the activity. Read more about Youthpass:

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