This is a reference for Kuba Radzewicz


The training activity took place
in Tbilisi, Georgia
organised by Polish National Agency for Erasmus+ Programme and Salto Eastern Europe and Caucasus Resource Centre
18/10/2016 - 22/10/2016

Aims & objectives

The aim of the project is to support the stablishment of partnerships and developing the projects’ idea within the framework of Erasmus + Programme, between organizations from the countries of the Eastern Partnership and Russia, with organizations from Programme Countries, which works with young people with physically disabilities. The main focus will strength on the possibilities of Key Action 1. in Youth sector as a tool for supporting youth workers, young people and organizations.

● to bring together youth workers from Programme countries and Eastern Partnership Countries and Russia with the aim of
developing common projects in the future;
● to offer a networking opportunity between the participants;
● to show Erasmus+ Programme and its opportunities within working with physically disabled people, the focus will be on
activities in Key Action 1 in Youth sector: Youth Exchanges, Mobility of youth workers and European Voluntary Service;
● to provide opportunities and space for participants to share good practices, innovative approaches, concepts and activities;

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

Contact Making Seminar In-net was a project directed to organizations working with physically disabled young people in the field of non-formal education. Youth workers, youth leaders, and representatives of the organizations who works with young people with physically disabled people in the context of non-formal learning and are willing to create a project within Erasmus+. People from Programme Countries as well as from Eastern Partnership.

Composition of the Team:

Dagna Gmitrowicz: facilitator (Poland/Germany)
Olga Poddubnaya: facilitator (Belarus)
Kuba Radzewicz: facilitator (Poland)

Training methods used & main activities

- role playing game
- simulation
- energizers and team buidling activities
- projects planning session
- reflection on the learning process
- study visit

Outcomes of the activity

The expected results of this training are the new projects made by participants. So it is still to early to check if this will come true.

I think that as a team we can suppose that this CMS was a success, using the quatation from the evaluation form:
"Awesome trio with creative minds and understanding the needs of the session during the days. Dreaming activity was one
of the best one! Excellent sense of understanding group dynamic and giving directions without highlighting it all."

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

I was responsible for co-creation of the whole educational process that took place during this CMS. Together with the team we came up with the aims&objectives of the CMS, programme flow and we chosed the appropriate methods.

I worked on this training for 5 days as a full time trainer.

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