Looking forward to starting a new PRO.V.A.C.I. cycle of workshops: introducing a new cycle of workshop focused on skills evaluation and development training on January 10th and January 22nd.
Following the success of the first cycle held in November and December 2017, we invite the volunteers to take part in a brand-new cycle of workshops starting on January 10th and January 22nd. Supported by PRO.V.A.C.I – Volunteers’ profiles in Learning for Inclusion Skills, the initiative aims at promoting volunteering experiences in the field of migrant settlement services and educational activism.
The project asks volunteers to embark on journey as they will participate in wokshops focused on skills evaluation, be involved in a specific development training and start a volunteering experience in a local organisation dealing with migrant settlement services or supporting educational activities. Upon completion of their learning programme, volunteers will be awarded a certification of their competences, they might add to their CVs.
The project platform www.provaci.org allows volunteers to keep track of their progresses and map organisations. As a matter of facts, different people and organisations animate this community and are eager to share their commitment to supporting migrants and children at risk of dropping out of formal learning paths.
SEND (Via Roma, 194), Moltivolti (via G.M. Puglia, 21) and Libera Palermo (piazza Castelnuovo, 13) will host PRO.V.A.C.I. weekly workshops for a restricted number of participants. If you are interested in taking part in this second cycle, you just need to register at www.provaci.org/persone and ask to access the group Percorso integrato di Bilancio di Competenze e Formazione (Integrated learning path: skills evaluation and development training). For further information concerning the workshops, please visit our website: provaci.org/incontri-orientamento-e-formazione.
PRO.V.A.C.I – Volunteers’ profiles in Learning for Inclusion Skills – is an initiative supported by Fondazione CON IL SUD and promoted by Per Esempio Onlus,ASCC, CESIE, Municipality of Palermo, Libera Palermo contro le mafie, SEND, University of Palermo – Department of Psychology and Educational Sciences.
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