WITHIN Outdoor – a training course for trainers and youth workers – Kujanki, Poland

Training Course

23-31 August 2017 | Kujanki, Poland

This Training Course is for 13 participants from Belarus, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Ukraine.

TC is aimed to experience and explore methodology of outdoor NFL and review it’s practical application for personal and social development / to obtain technical skills and raise the confidence of working with the outdoor methods as low ropes, night hikes.

Attention: This training course will bring together 25 experienced youth workers and trainers from Latvia, Slovenia, Lithuania, Poland, Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine and Belarus. With this call we are only looking for additional participants from Poland (2 participants), Lithuania (3), Latvia (3), Belarus (3) and Ukraine (2) to fill some empty places.

The training course will focus on Outdoor Experiential Learning, which is one of the most powerful tools to work with supporting and using group dynamics processes for educational means and assisting participants in the in-depth personal development process. The training course will have big influence on developing key competencies of participants and their beneficiaries – young people (especially, young people with fewer opportunities) linked to adaptability, dealing with challenges and stress, teamwork and leadership, decision-making, communication and others. Outdoor methodology provides unique opportunities to reflect on personal strong and weak qualities, to get feedback from peers and to try yourself in the situations of ambiguity.

The link to the on-line application form (as well as everything you should know about this TC) you can find in the Infopack that is attached to this call.

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Accommodation will be food is fully cover.

Travel costs will be cover up to following max/person:
Poland: 0€
Lithuania: 180€
Latvia, Belarus and Ukraine: 275€

NO participation fee.

Apply now!

Application deadline (24h CET): 9 August 2017.

Date of selection: 10 August 2017.

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