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This is a reference for Mehmet Çetinkaya

Altenating Current

The training activity took place
in Muğla, Turkey
organised by Muğla Fizik
20.04.2013 - 28.04.2013

Aims & objectives

Turkey is an available country for renewable energy sources but we are not using these sources enough. Therefore; we are, as “Muğla Fizik” is aiming to make people been aware, encourage and generalize of renewable energy sources.
Muğla is a city which is available for sun and wind energy sources. That’s why we have decided to make this project in Muğla
As known, the group of “Muğla Fizik” is created by students from national level who are coming from the different provinces of Turkey. Therefore; the result of project will be generalized in different provinces of Turkey.
The planned main activities are below;
1. Workshops on how to invert solar energy to electrical energy
2. Workshops on how to invert wind energy to electrical energy
3. Workshops on research other renewable energy sources

Target group & international/intercultural composition of the group & team

Trainers from Turkey only.
Participants from Italy, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Turkey

Training methods used & main activities

Non-formal methods were the main idea of the course. We have been working on renewable energy sources issues and improvement of enviroment in Turkey and Europe. Most of the activities based on the group/team working.

Outcomes of the activity

We have a facebook page of the activity which is: https://www.facebook.com/?q=#/pages/Alternating-Current-Project-Alternatif-Ak%C4%B1m-Projesi/350936141682150

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Trainer and co-organiser.

I was one of the organisers with below tasks;
- Supporting and providing the non-formal methods for the activities in the project application period
- Finding the partners
- Selecting the participants
- Dealing with general organisation
- Training sections
- Calculating the travel costs
- Planning arrivals and departures
- Final report and calculation

I worked on this training for 2 days as a full time trainer.

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