eunetdiciembre 17, 2018 at 12:12 pm #937
The aim of the training is to develop competences of 32 trainers and multipliers in organizing and running quality educational activities in the peace education field with, for and by young people and to advocate for the further mainstreaming of peace education in youth policy and youth work.
-To develop participants’ competence to design, run and evaluate non-formal education and training activities in the field of peace education at European and local levels;
-To develop participants` understanding of concepts of peace and peace education at personal, interpersonal and institutional level;
-To gain awareness on the importance of nonviolent conflict resolution by getting familiar with a concept of nonviolence and ways to incorporate it into the peace education (with special focus on non-violent communication);
-To understand challenges for mainstreaming peace education within European context as a base of finding relevant ways to advocate for change in that field;
-To create participants a space to excercise their gained in facilitation skills and implement them during workshops in local school;
-To support participants to learn how to guide and facilitate intercultural processes in peace education settings;
-To explore the links between peace education and contribution to the development of human rights and peace culture;
-To develop the self-reflection skills or participants on directing one`s own learning, meaningful cooperation with others and cooperating in teams and to be further able to transfer the gained skills into educational process of the others;
-To empower and mentor participants to act as trainers and multipliers of the peaceful values in their educational youth work by designing and implementing at least one concrete follow-up activity.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN AT THIS TRAINING?
During the Teach Peace — ToTPE training course, you will have the chance to develop your competences as a trainer and facilitator. You will work on the following competences that are essential in the peace education and human rights education:
1. CREATING educational spaces for young people: you will learn where to look for possibilities to enable learning in the peacebuilding field;
2. DESIGNING educational programmes;
3. IMPLEMENTING educational activities;
4. FACILITATING individual and group learning processes;
5. EVALUATING training courses and workshops;
6. LEARNING TO LEARN for your own;
7. EXPLORING intercultural competences;
8. CO-OPERATE with others;
9. BEING INVOLVED as a peacebuilder;
PARTICIPANTS ARE EXPECTED TO:
– act as activists, peace-builders or youth workers in the field of peace and human rights;
– be willing to work as a trainer at non-formal peace education activities;
– have experience in the youth work field with a function of responsibility (not only as a participant)-organising (international) youth projects, leading a youth exchange, leading an informal group of people, etc.
– be active or interested in the field of peace, human rights and youth work;
– be prepared to reflect upon and question their own beliefs and approaches as trainers;
– be ready to act as multipliers of gained competences after the training;
– be available to take part in the whole duration of the project;
– be residents of above mentioned partner countries;
– be able to communicate in English;
– be aged 18+;
The project is fully financed by Erasmus + programme of the European Commision. Accommodation, food, materials used during the training, as well as the travel costs (up to mentioned below limits) are covered by the organizers.
Apply here until 18 December 2018!
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