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This is a reference for Mara Arvai

EVS Midterm Training

The training activity took place
in Belgrade, Serbia
organised by SALTO - YOUTH SEE RC
02-06/05/2010
Reference person

Henk Persyn

(trainer)
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Aims & objectives

- Evaluate the experience so far and reflect on the project activities;
- Evaluate tasks and support of hosting organisation;
- Reflect on your impact as EVS volunteer on different levels (organisation, local community, Europe);
- Share positive experiences and find further motivation;
- Work on the development and/or further improvement of the project;
- Raise awareness of the personal learning process;
- Youthpass: link personal learning to key competencies, encourage dialogue with HO/SO;
- Provide individual support for volunteers (and other forms of support, e.g. peer support);
- Raise awareness about challenges and plans after EVS;
- If applicable – present further opportunities volunteers might have through different EU programmes.

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

18 - 20 EVS volunteers from EU countries.

Training methods used & main activities

EVS trainings are absolutely based on non - formal education and learner centred. Methods are used as individual work, pair and small group works, montage, theatre, memory jar, etc.

Outcomes of the activity

Volunteers get empowerment, improve further their personal projects, strengthen their relationship with the host organisation, start to plan the personal and professional actions after their EVS and practice the self - assessment concerning Youthpass process.

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Prepare, run and evaluate the methodology of the training course.

I worked on this training for 3 days as a full time trainer.

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