Rönesans Enstitüsü, 26 Kasım – 4 Aralık 2017 tarihleri arasında Polonya’da gerçekleştirilecek görsel yeterlilikler eğitim kursu için 2 katılımcı aramaktadır. Son başvuru tarihi 15 Eylül 2017‘dir. Detaylar aşağıda mevcuttur.
AIM and OBJECTIVES
See, Draw, Learn is a highly practical, hands-on training course aimed at improving the quality
of communication and educational activities of youth NGOs. This will be done by means of
providing their staff (e.g. trainers, facilitators, teachers, coaches, youth work
practitioners, volunteers and all those engaged in conducting educational activities) with
a set of tools and practices for enhanced visual facilitation.
In order to reach the project aim, the following objectives have been set:
>> to explore and better understand the need for visual facilitation of learning in the youth
>> to bring together 30 practicing facilitators with lack of or low visual presentation skills and
newcomers in the facilitation field so as to explore the benefits of visual facilitation;
>> to explore and learn the variety of tools and methods applicable for visual facilitation and
mapping of educational and informational activities in the youth field;>> to develop participants’ skills in using important components of visual facilitation: shapes,
colours, composition, hand-writing, paper-fold and -cut techniques, visual metaphors, analysing
and summing up of information;
>> to set up the basis for further development of these skills on individual and organisational level
in order ensure the exploitation of newly gained knowledge for the benefits of NGOs and a variety
of learners we work with.
The working methods of the training will include typical non-formal education methods, focused
on individual and group exercises, workshops, live presentations, discussions, quests for
experience and tests for skills, by which we are going to cover all the components of visual
facilitation process. Most importantly, though, training course is a hands-on activity which means
that project’s agenda includes a lot of creative practical tasks allowing participants to reveal their
talents and master facilitation skills.
The very project is looking at the intensive capacity building of youth work practitioners and
skills development in visual facilitation. Therefore, it is necessary that the attendees are related
to the fields of education and youth e.g.
> through the delivery of teaching/training opportunities
> organising workshops
> creating and facilitating development spaces
> leading youth groups, etc.
Each of the partner promoters is asked to select their attendees accordingly, choosing from
among the following capacities: trainers, facilitators, teachers, coaches, youth work
practitioners, volunteers as well as all those engaged in conducting educational activities (either
local or international).
Please note that the prospective candidates need to be min. 18
at the time of mobility taking place.
The following project is financially supported by the ERASMUS+ grant. Hence, 100% of food and accommodation expenses will be covered by the organisers and up to 100% of the overall travel costs (see the max. allowances per country listed below). Also, necessary visa documentation shall be provided where needed.
NOTE: Due to extra resources required and attractions planned for the course, participation fee has been set as 30 EUR.
All participants will be sharing 2-3 bedded rooms at the local student dorm run by the Centre for education and Youth Work in Nowy Sacz, southern Poland. The same building hosts the office of ‘My Dreams Come True Association’ – the project coordinator, dining room, as well as training rooms where the mobility workshops will be conducted.
TRAVELLING TO POLAND
>> Sunday 26th November – Please arrive at the meeting venue in Nowy Sacz by 6 pm at the latest.
>> Monday 4th December – To allow time to get to the airports, your return flight must be after 10 am from Krakow or Katowice Airport or later from other airports. If unsure, please consult us before purchasing any tickets. In order to find suitable connections between your airport of arrival and Krakow please check: http://www.e-podroznik.pl/
You are allowed to arrive or depart max. 2 days before or 2 days after the mobility. Extra stay will not be supported with food or accommodation, yet you can use this time to visit some places around Poland. Should your stay be longer than 2 days (unless necessary!) we do reserve the right not to reimburse part of your travel costs.
In line with the rules of the ERASMUS+ Programme, we would like you to make your travel arrangements using the cheapest travel options. Also, before purchasing any tickets, please make sure that your travel times/cost are approved by us in advance!
In order to receive up to 100% of your travel reimbursement, please make sure you fit
into the travel budget allocated per country: For Turkey the limit is 275 €
Health insurance will NOT be provided or reimbursed by the mobility organisers. All participants are required to purchase health insurance individually. If you live in an EU country and use a national health insurance system there, please apply for a FREE European Health Insurance Card: http://ehic.europa.eu
Please fill the application form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org till 15th September 2017.