This is a reference for Herve Tunga

Leadership Summer School 2008

The training activity took place
in Ankara, Turkey
organised by TurlMSIC

Aims & objectives

1. To train prominent members of each participating organisation, as to improve their leadership capabilities.
2. To allow for the organisation’s members to get to know each other better, as to uncover possible new or better ways of cooperation.
3. To enrich the skills of the trainers, by designing and delivering materials together with trainers from different organisations.
• Providing a platform where international student organisations can exchange their best practices and experiences.
• Understanding application of leadership and its diversity
• Motivating young people to engage themselves in international activities.
• Enhancing intercultural dialogue among youth.
• Increasing the awareness about the Youth in Action Programme among student organisations.

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

Internationally minded members of 17 student organisations member of the Informal Forum of International student Organisation
There were 68 participants divided in units of 11/12 and 2 units per session, 3 sessions in parallel per topic.
There were 11 Trainers.

Training methods used & main activities

Training, Role play, Simulations, Games, Training Exercises, Personal coaching.
Training topics
- Presentations
- self assessements
- Learning exercises
- Teambuild games
- Role playing
- Simulation
- case studies
- Daily evaluations
- Sharing sessions
- Discussion groups
- Group activities

Outcomes of the activity

- Handouts provided to the participants
- Many members were motivated to lead their organisations by joining their Board
- Some others became Trainers within their organisations
- Joint organisations' projects (joint Train-the-Trainers events)
- Active cooperations between organisations
- Training report which supported the development of the next edition

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

I was Trainer and Training Content Coordinator. My role was:
1. To be responsible of the training related schedule of LSS
2. To coordinate the trainers’ work, training materials gathering
3. To be aware of all LSS organisational information that may interfere with the learning process
4. To be responsible of the training related communication flow between the Trainers, Organisational Committee, Participants and Coordination Team.
5. To prevent or try to solve the possible conflicts that might appear that could damage the quality learning process
6. To be present on trainers meeting
7. To be responsible of making sure to have all the info to write a useful Training Coordination report.

I worked on this training for 10 days as a full time trainer.

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