This is a reference for Aga Byrczek

Towards Sustainable Development Goals

The training activity took place
in Lorca, Spain
organised by Cazalla Intercultural
Reference person

Tea Stanic

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Aims & objectives

• To broaden and strengthen the network of the organization working on the volunteers exchange globally
• To develop participants competences in the area of new Erasmus+ program and its possibilities, and if possible on EU Aid Volunteers Programme
• To build and develop plans for EVS global exchange
• Increase knowledge on Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), create network’s answers (i.g: Education programs and activities), and plan the celebration of 2015 - European Year of Development.
• To create the tools that can be include into the T-Kit on SDG

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

40 coordinators of the organizations working with international volunteers from Spain, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Italy, Greece, France, Vietnam, India, Nepal, Philippines, Thailand, Kenya, Malawi, Nicaragua and Peru.

Training methods used & main activities

The methodology of the training was based on the non formal learning principles. The methods of the
training were selected in order to reflect different needs and learning styles of participants. The methods were the combination of experiential learning (simulation, role plays), group work, presentations, individual reflection and creative work. The following global educational methodology was used but will not limit the organizer to explore
other methodologies which were more applicable to the setting as required:
1) Cooperative-based learning
2) Problem-based learning
3) Dialogue-based learning

Outcomes of the activity

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Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Beeing the full time trainer in the team of 3, responsible for the programme design and it´s implementation and evaluation

I worked on this training for 7 days as a full time trainer.

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