Are you an education professional looking for new opportunities to further develop your skills and actively contribute to the wellbeing of youth?
Seize the day and get involved in the training offered by PAClife project!
CESIE, as part of the PAClife project, is inviting you to take part in an international online training (free of charge) designed for professionals working with youth and focused on the use of physical and cultural activities as a methodology to promote independence, resilience and active participation of young people with fewer opportunities in social life.
2020 was a unique year, especially for young people who had to adapt to the great changes that have affected their lives and which have represented a source of considerable stress. But now it’s time to start over and you, too, have the chance to move the needle!
In order to make young people more aware of their potentialities and help them to grow as active and responsible citizens, PAClife designed a Physical and Cultural Activity Training Programme which is based on the development of the 5 competences (5 Cs) identified within the framework of the Positive Youth Development (PYD), namely “competence, confidence, connection, character, & caring“.
The online training course will be delivered by the transnational partnership of PAClife in English and foresees three meetings (5th, 12th & 19th May, 2021), each lasting about 3 hours (14.00 – 17.15)
The training course structure is designed so as to allocate enough time and resources to the analysis and reflection on some key topics, which inspired the collection of physical and cultural activities of the programme. In particular, issues relating cooperation, diversity, leadership and trust will be discussed. At the end of the training course, participants will have the opportunity to pilot locally the PAClife methodology with youth. In this way, the professionals participating in the training will be able to hand over the necessary tools for resilience building to the young people who will be later involved in volunteering opportunities in their local community where they will repeat the learned techniques with other children.
If you are keen on promoting youth development and you are interested in leveraging your expertise and language/digital skills to this end, then you are exactly the person we are looking for!
Please, send your English CV by 21st April 2021 to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you wish to receive more information on the PAClife project and the training course for professionals in the field of youth education and training, please contact Alice Schirosa: email@example.com.
About the project
PAClife – Physical and Cultural Activity for Lifeskills Development is a project cofunded by Eramsus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership for youth, Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices.
- UNIVERSITY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE LBG (United Kingdom, coordinator)
- Play Gloucestershire Rogers (United Kingdom)
- Rogers Személyközpontú Oktatásért Alapítvány (Hungary)
- KENTRO MERIMNAS OIKOGENEIAS KAI PAIDIOU (Greece)
- CESIE (Italy)
- Mellemfolkeligt Samvirke ActionAid Denmark (Denmark)
For further information
Contact Alice Schirosa: firstname.lastname@example.org.