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Innovations in Training

Training Course

6-13 July 2021 | Struga, Republic of North Macedonia

This 7-day upgrading program covers the Multi-Dimensional Learning (MDL) technology based on Dr. Gardner’s studies and Structured Learning Experience (SLE)

Mack Douglas said, “The average person uses less than ten percent of his total mental capacity.”  The question therefore is, “What is happening to the other 90%?”  Most people are barely scratching the surface of their total human potential, resulting in unnecessary failures or underachievement.  Dr. Howard Gardner of Harvard, in his book “Frames of Mind,” presented breakthrough evidence showing that people have seven intelligences, namely, math-logic, linguistic, spatial-visual, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, and kinesthetic.  Failure to appreciate this in the past led to false labeling of many students as slow learners or as having low intelligence quotient, which led to damaged self-image and a long line of underachieving students.  The drop-out rate is on the rise because of the failure of schools to recognize the innate intelligence in students and the inability of these institutions to adjust to the students’ learning styles.  Other studies indicate that there may be other intelligences other than those identified by Dr. Gardner, such as environmental appreciation, metaphysical, and others, but they are yet to be confirmed. 

What we understood from the above text? Traditional ways of teaching and learning are not providing youth anymore with the proper skills and competences required by the labor market and society’s development. Old and ineffective teaching practices should thus be replaced by innovative learning techniques that put the youth in the middle of their learning process. MDL and SLEs are adding an essential ingredient to youth education and that is self-reflection about the things we are experiencing daily both in the education system and outside of it. 

The labor market today is more and more demandable, the competition between candidates is acerbic and the need for proving specific skills and competencies has gained a great importance. We cannot neglect the benefits and the added-value that non-formal activities can bring to the personal and professional development of youth. 

The reason why it has been given so much attention to this segment of education is that it has been acknowledged that formal education cannot supply anymore what young people need for their personal and professional development. Although we still witness a monopoly of formal education institutions, non-formal education contributes more and more to the life-learning process and to the development of human capital.

The project goals and objectives will be accomplished by two consequential connected activities:

1.Training course “Innovations in Training” (06 – 13 July 2021) – Struga, North Macedonia.

2.Dissemination through pilot training and workshops in regional communities (August 2021) – Europe.

By this we want to envision & encourage many educators in Europe to contribute in restructuring the education system with experiential methods of learning.

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Training overview

http://trainings.salto-youth.net/9366

This Training Course is

for 27 participants

from Croatia, Estonia, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Republic of North Macedonia, Romania, Spain, Turkey

and recommended for

Trainers

Accessibility info:

This activity and venue place are accessible to people with disabilities.

Working language(s):

English

Organiser:

CEFE Macedonia (Others)

The organization had its initial formation by CEFE trainers which met and participated in CEFE Training of Trainers in 1997 in Macedonia. The main motivation of forming this association of citizens was/is to promote entrepreneurship mind-set and spirit. CEFE Macedonia was officially established in 2008 in Skopje, Macedonia as a non-profit, non-partisan organization. Mission: to increase business competences of economical actors in the society. Vision: raised entrepreneurial culture and increased employment. Basic instrument of our operation is the CEFE methodology (Competency based Economies, Forming of Enterprises), which uses action oriented access and simple learning methods with the aim of developing and improving the management and personal entrepreneur’s skills in the context of: revenue increase, opening of new job posts and substantial economic development.
Goals of CEFE Macedonia are the following:
• to organize trainings and workshops in the field of entrepreneurship, and raise the awareness of self-employability; • to offer business knowledge for expansion of already existing companies; • to collect and elaborate expert literature in the field of methodology for training of adults and youth; • to collect and disseminate the comprehensive knowledge for the CEFE methodology and to enable constant development of CEFE tools; • to facilitate, coordinate and implement projects in sustainable economic development; • to encourage regional and international cooperation and exchange; • constant Institutional/Organizational Development.

Contact for questions:

Blagoj Trajkov

E-Mail:

Phone: +38971324959

Costs

Participation fee

No participation fee

Accommodation and food

Accommodation will be arranged at the workshop venue, Hotel Solferino, Partizanska street, Struga. Costs of accommodation, meals and activities during the training will be fully covered by the organizers.  Participants will be hosted in shared rooms (2 people per room). All the meals will take place in the accommodation facility.  Hotel Solferino Struga - The hotel is placed on the coast of the Ohrid Lake surrounded by a beautiful park with plenty of green trees in the town of Struga. All the rooms have lake view. There is a modern air-conditioned restaurant with capacity for 130 guests and suitable for all kinds of sports activities, seminars, congresses and conferences. What are the meals?Full board accommodation.

Travel reimbursement

Participants will receive a reimbursement of travel costs up to 100% of the maximum allowed sum by corresponding distance band according to Erasmus+ distance calculator 

  • Turkey - 275 eur per participant
  • Estonia - 360 eur per participant
  • Greece - 180 eur per participant
  • Lithuania - 275 eur per participant
  • Romania - 275 eur per participant
  • Italy - 275 eur per participant
  • Spain - 360 eur per participant
  • Croatia - 180 eur per participant
  • N. Macedonia - 20 eur per participant

The organizers will need to receive all of the original tickets including boarding passes, train tickets and all other receipts firstly to be scanned and then sent both via e-mail and postal services. Be sure to keep your travel tickets and boarding passes! Send the documents to:                                                              CEFE MACEDONIA, METODIJA SATOROV SARLO 8/74,                                     1000 SKOPJE, NORTH MACEDONIA.

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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