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This is a reference for Marionela Bojkova

EVS On-Arrival

The training activity took place
in Albena, Bulgaria
organised by National Agency
19.-24. July 2013

Aims & objectives

- Basic Elements of the Political System
- Introducing Basic Cultural Characteristics of the Bulgarians
- Introducing the Basic Elements of the Intercultural Education Process
- Helping with the Adaptation Process through Potential Problems during Volunteer Program
- Creating suitable Atmosphere for Friendly Relationships between the Volunteers
- Modifying different Models of Behaviour in Connection with the Intercultural Education
- Making a Plan of Achieving Goals during the Volunteer Program
- Clarifying the Technical Elements
- Introducing the Main Goal, basic Elements and Competences of YouthPass, Examples for Valuation of own Learning Process

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

Volunteers from Estonia, Poland, Lettonia, Macedonia, Spain, Lithuania, Cyprus, United Kingdom, Portugal, Nepal, Germany, Turkey, France, Ghana, Italy, Armenia, Georgia, Slovenia and the Ukraine

Training methods used & main activities

Energisers, Roleplays, Teambuilding Games, Presentations, Teamwork, Creating Posters and Banners, Theater Games, Interactive Sessions, Practical Exercises, Group Discussions, Group Simulations, Brainstorming Sessions, Personal Questionnaires

Outcomes of the activity

At the end of the Training the Volunteers knew how to differ the basic cultural characteristics of the Bulgarians, the basic characteristics of social-political systems, were aware of the process of change and adaptation in a foreign country, have friendly relationships with each other, know the basic elements of the process of multicultural learning, have made plans for achieving their goals during their volunteer stay and have understood the characteristic data of the project.

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Leading Trainer

I worked on this training for 6 days days as a full time trainer.

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