Training course: Community Problem Solving
Location: ANKARA, Turkey
Dates: 21-28 May 2018
Number of participants: 35
Participating countries: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom
Organizer: Problem Solving Team (PST)
Apply here: Application form
Deadline to apply: 21 April 2018
Date Of Selection: 23 April 2018
Inquiries about this training course: Sezer Gürsoy at firstname.lastname@example.org
1) Travel Cost Reimbursement: Please find in attached Infopack the max. amount for travel reimbursement per participants and country.
When we get your original arrival and return boarding passes, tickets and invoices then reimbursement will be your bank accounts. (If there is any transfer cost by the banks, it will cover from everyone travel cost, we will not cover it) You should to know without all this documents, no any reimburse, so please dont lost your any kind of documents.(Espically Boarding Passes)
Visa Cost: United Kingdom and Spain has visa cost. The other nations does not need visa to enter Turkey.
2) The organiser we provide and cover accommodation and food.
3) There is no participation fee
Community Problem Solving
Fast developing world conditions and environmental issues requires the individuals to be grown up as versatile and to be able to create the best scientific and realistic solutions to the problems that they can come face to face.
It is really hard to bring healthy solutions to today’s problems with yesterday’s understanding an approaches. And this shows that it is really important to grow individuals who are able to produce efficient solutions to problems, work with them, evaluate the events and facts, develop the environment and himself or herself.
In today’s globalizing world, we are in need of efficient individuals who can solve problems efficiently, can communicate with different groups and works, think productively and gather the analytical thinking and productivity, and are able to deal with the social change and transformation.
That’s why we focused on this project to promote “critical thinking” and “problem solving” skills among youthworkers and how these skills can be used in everyday life and issues important to community.
In this context our objectives we want to achieve with the project are;
– developing teamwork and collaboration between the youthworkers;
– enhancing the skills of preparing materials and presentations of youthworkers that communicate ideas effectively;
– showing evidence that team members are able to learn and utilize problem-solving strategies in community problems;
– developing critical and analytical thinking skills of young people and youthworkers.