Koolitus Iirimaal: Connecting through creativity

Koolitus “Connecting through creativity” ootab lausa 8 Eesti osalejat, kes soovivad õppida, kuidas loovaid tehnikaid ja lähenemisi oma töös noortega edukalt kasutada. Koolius toimub 15.-21. juunil Corkis, Iirimaal ning on rahastatud Euroopa Noorte programmist. Kandideerimiseks täida ära ankeet siin ja tähtaeg on 12. märts.

Informatsioon inglise keeles:

The training programme is called Connecting through Creativity, funded by Leargas Youth in Action Programme.

June 15th to 21st, 2014 in Cork city, Ireland. Event hosted by Mayfield Arts Centre. www.mayfieldarts.org
Participants will be from Ireland, Estonia, Italy and Romania. (8 people per country)

Accommodation & Food
Accommodation will be close to the City Centre in a guesthouse http://www.gabriel-house.com/
All accommodation costs will be covered for the week by Mayfield Arts
All food costs will be covered for the week by Mayfield Arts.
Participants must book their own flights and transport to Cork,
70% of the costs will be covered by Mayfield Arts. (Please try to book the cheapest flights possible to Ireland)
Keep all travel receipts and the amounts will be reimbursed during the week of the training.
Participants will arrive in Cork on Sunday June 15th, return home on Sun June 21st
What will the training content be?
The training will create space for youth workers to develop skills and confidence in devising creative exercises. It will explore the role of arts in:
-building capacity for collaboration and cooperation
-building empathy and understanding
-supporting imaginative and alternative ways of thinking.

The training will include:
Presentations/ case studies, hands on creative exercises, Reflection and analysis on the role of arts in integration, networking and project development opportunities.
The training will be conducted in English, so the participants will get the opportunity to develop their English language skills.

Participants will develop creative skills, ability to use creative exercises and ability to devise creative exercises and to apply them to certain groups and situations.

The project will help youth workers to build arts-based skills and tools that will support them to work with young people in a way that will prevent and combat prejudice, racism and all attitudes leading to exclusion.

We will also focus on using the surrounding environment for exercises and activities.
We will use the evenings and informal times for special intercultural events and exchange of projects

We will be offering Youthpass to each participant and also will present how Youthpass can be assessed in training and the role of Youthpass in projects with young people.



Merli Antsmaa