This is a reference for Gergely Kiss


The training activity took place
in Hollókő, Hungary
organised by Egyesek Youth Association
11-17 February 2017

Aims & objectives

The main aim of the training was to empower those who actively work with groups of young people, and intend to apply improvisational theatre and use improvisation techniques in a more conscious way.

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

2 Trainers + 1 support staff

10 participants from Norway, Switzerland, Netherlands, Croatia, Poland, Ukraine

Training methods used & main activities

- improvisational theatre
- applied improvisation
- body movement
- focus exercises
- open space

Outcomes of the activity

- taking risks and welcoming mistakes as crucial elements of one’s learning cycle
- reducing anxiety and increasing self-confidence
- unlocking creativity
- developing soft skills e.g. active listening, problem solving
- improvisation techniques, games and exercises in youth work and training for e.g. group dynamics, team building and strengthening communities
- how to apply improvisational theatre as a performing art with youth

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Co-creation of the event, I was one of the Trainers.

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

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