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Role Play Guide

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The Role Play Guide contains useful info about its benefits and implementation. The guide provides both theoretical and practical guidelines and examples.

Aims of the tool

The Role Play Guide aim at introducing this tool to empower young people in social and decisional skills.
The role play is useful also in a working context, in order to create a better cohesion in a team.

Description of the tool

The tool will give a concrete input to youth workers and workers in general to get deeper into the method of role play, which is recognized to be incisive in the development of various skills.
Users will get a knowledge which will allow them to face the method from a good starting point.
Additional personal research is highly recommended.

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Tool overview

Role Play Guide

This tool is for

Youth workers, workers, employers, human resources experts.

and addresses

Personal Development

It is recommended for use in:

Transnational Youth Initiatives


2 hours, considering the time you will take to make your personal researches.

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

I Bravi Ragazzi

in the context of

YE "RPG - Rolling Skills"

The tool has been experimented in

Youth Exchange

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Angelo Spanò (on 27 May 2020)

and last modified

21 February 2020

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