Training Course Actualize Your Potential. Facilitate!
Dates: 2-10 August 2018
Eligible are 30 participants coming from: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Romania, Spain
Application deadline: 14th July 2018
In this training course, you will acquire the skills to design and facilitate Experimental Learning (EL) workshops by creating innovative EL sessions and testing them on spot, getting feedback to support you in their future applicability.
The aim of Actualize your potential: Facilitate! is to develop your Experiential Learning facilitation skills.
We take Experiential Learning (EL) as a process in which you can learn through experiencing non-formal education methods and reflecting upon your experience, extracting your own learning outcomes and finding out how to apply these in the future.
In this training course, you will acquire the skills to design and facilitate Experiential Learning workshops by creating innovative EL sessions and testing them on spot, getting feedback to support you in their future applicability.
This training course is for you if:
– you are actively involved in education and/or youth work
– you want to be able to design, facilitate and debrief Experiential Learning workshops
you are interested in renovating your facilitation tools and creating new resources
– you are official resident of Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Romania, or Spain
– you are able to work in English
– you are highly motivated and willing to actively participate during the whole training course
Program and Methods
This training course is based on non-formal education and experiential learning, being highly participatory and interactive. The flow of the program is inspired in the Kolb-cycle of experiential learning: experience, reflection, conceptualization and applicability.
In AYP, you will be the creator of your own experience, guided by the facilitators and supported by the group. Your self-directed individual learning process will take place in a safe space and in a team-oriented and group-supported environment.
Preliminary program per day:
1: Creating a safe learning environment
2: Experiencing Experiential Learning
3: FTF Lab
4: Learning from experience
5: Debriefing experiential learning
6: FTF Lab
7: Conceptualization and Applicability
The Experiential Learning methods that we will use are challenge based learning, body expression and movement and game based learning along individual and group reflection and conceptualization processes.
This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme.
Your travel costs are going to be reimbursed with the following limits:
– 275 € for Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Greece, Latvia, Romania, Spain
– 180 € for Czech Republic
– 20 € for Hungary
What is covered:
– accommodation and meals
– travel costs up to the limit
What you cover:
– participants’ contribution: 40€
– travel costs above the limit