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Training of Trainers in Education through Sport

Training Course

18-24 June 2012 | Glasgow, United Kingdom

Training of Trainers in Education through Sport” is a long-term educational programme, composed of 2 trainings,1 evaluation meeting and 1 networking component. The first residential meetings will take place in Glasgow from the 18th to the 24th of june.

Training of Trainers in Education through Sport” is a long-term educational programme, composed of 2 trainings, 1 evaluation meeting and 1 networking component. The residential meetings will take place in Scotland, Italy and France.

The aim is to create a network of 24 trainers who have the competences of using non-formal
education and education through sport in projects at national and international level, to support initiatives in the sport for all sector.
Participants will have the opportunity to use online educational tools and to facilitate a workshop or a training both in national and international context, in between the residential meetings. They will be supported by a mentor in their development and will receive continuous feedback and coaching sessions throughout the project.

The team and the participants will develop a toolbox with educational activities, which will be included in the
manual “Education through Sport – an active manual for European Youth”, which will serve as a key reference for
all trainers interested in this methodology.

OBJECTIVES
The objectives of the training are in brief:
-To explore sport and physical activity as a tool for non-formal education and adapt different types of activities to diverse target groups;
- To develop knowledge, tools, attitudes and skills for the use of sport and physical activity while working with youth;
- To share good practices of using sport activities to enhance active participation of young people;
- To involve more young people in trainings and workshops at national and international level;
- To develop an online learning platform as a resource for trainers and young people interested in organizing activities using the methodology “education through sport”;
- To create a network of trainers with competences in the methodology “education through sport” which will represent ISCA pool of trainers;
- To create a toolbox with educational activities through sport to be used by trainers and other interested people in their local/national/international context.

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Training overview

http://trainings.salto-youth.net/2563

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This Training Course is

for 24 participants

from Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, United Kingdom

and recommended for

Youth workers, Trainers, Youth leaders, Project managers

Working language(s):

English

Organizer:

ISCA (NGO/Others)

ISCA - International Sport and Culture Association is organizing the long-term training course “Training of Trainers in Education through Sport”.
ISCA’s philosophy is that sport is not just about competition and exercise, but also involves having a good time and making friends. Moreover, sport regulates social behavior and creates a feeling of belonging – which in turn leads to a strengthening of democracy.
ISCA was created in 1995 with the purpose of:
- supporting cross-border understanding through sport and culture
- promoting sport as a bearer of cultural identity
- encouraging the broadest possible participation in sports and cultural activities for affiliated members

Co-organizer(s):

  • Scottish Association of Local Sports Councils (NGO/Others)

Contact for questions:

Sorin Buruiana

E-Mail:

Phone: +45 33 29 80 26

Costs

ISCA will support all costs related to accommodation and food.
The participants should arrange their own travel to each training venue. Participants will receive a
travel reimbursement of 70% of the total costs, up to the amount of 280 euro.

The organizers will need to receive all original tickets and receipts to be able to enable a refund. We encourage participants to make use of the cheapest methods of travel possible.

For each event, the participation fee will be 40 euro.

This training activity is funded by:

The Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme
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