sâmbătă, 31 august 2019

Training Course: [PL-276] Be responsible!, 27.08.2019-04.09.2019, Wisla, Poland

Our training "Be responsible!" has already begun! In beautiful surroundings in Wisła, located in Poland, 27 participants from 9 countries - Bulgaria, Cyprus, Italy, Macedonia, Romania, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, and Spain, work hard trying to prepare to be a Super Coach and implement it in their work with the youth in the field of responsible consumption. There are a lot of discussions, presentations, brainstorming within a group of great people - it has just started!


The training for youth workers "Be responsible!” takes place from 27th August - 4th September 2019 (including 2 days of travel) in Wisła, Poland. It will be attended by 27 youth workers from 9 countries: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Italy, Macedonia, Romania, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain.

Training course



The training aims to better prepare youth workers for conducting activities within non-formal education. On the one hand, it will allow them to create an atmosphere that encourages young people they work with, to ask questions and develop their critical thinking. On the other hand, it will help to develop a greater interest of youth by introducing new forms of conducting educational activities (more 'appropriate' for non-formal education) by youth workers.

Participants in the training course


The objectives are: 
  • to develop the competence of the Super Coach - a person who is able to interest young people on the subject of responsible consumption and fair trade, who is not afraid of any questions, can arouse curiosity of young people, and efficiently control the unexpected situations during their activities with youth (currently perceived as difficult);
  • To share knowledge/experience, as well as inspiration on the sources of knowledge and forms of conducting educational activities with young people. The ultimate goal is that participants will be able to introduce this newly gained knowledge and skills in their everyday work with youth. Their sense of self-confidence in conducting non-formal education activities on responsible consumption and fair trade will increase. As a consequence, it will allow them to conduct more interesting non-formal education activities for youth, with an atmosphere that encourages young people to use their critical thinking, ask questions and find the answers together.
"Be responsible!" training course

Fears and expectations

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