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This is a reference for Cloé Ferreira Sabatier

See YiA

The training activity took place
in La Bourrelié, France
organised by MJC Mazamet, FR
19-25 may 2009
Reference person

Liga Rudzite

(co-trainer)
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Aims & objectives

The main aim of the training course “See YiA” is to motivate and equip youth workers in rural areas or urban problem zones to support young people to access and engage with Youth in Action programme.

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

12 participants of YIA Program countries, working with young people in their local area, 4 sending countries represented, more nationalities.
Team of trainers: Cloe Sabatier (France) Liga Rudzite (Latvia) Eimear McNally (Ireland)

Training methods used & main activities

The main elements of the course:
⁃ Unpacking the Baggage- getting to know each other and the organisations or young people we represent, sharing the realities of our youth work contexts, team-building.
⁃ Non-formal learning- discovering the YiA landscape, exploring the power of non-formal learning, visible examples and case studies
⁃ Inter-cultural learning- discussing and reflecting on values, simulation games, examples of good practice
⁃ International social evening- opportunity for cultural exchange
⁃ Documenting the process- creative activities.
⁃ Networking
⁃ Packing bags- planning a strategy for engaging young people, planning follow up action and engaging in support measures (including 6 month follow-up support from training team).

Outcomes of the activity

To our knowledge, at least 2 projects were implemented by participants with partnerships and strategies build during our TC.

http://www.ladepeche.fr/article/2009/05/27/612876-paulinet-un-stage-europeen-de-jeunes-a-la-bourrelie.html

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Promoting, developping, program designing and implementation were equally balanced between the international team of 3 trainers. As the hosting trainer, I was also responsible for finding the training venue, contacting with local organisations, budgeting, hiring logistic support and organising time in the town.

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

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