Training Course: Conflict management and resolution
Location: Málaga, Spain
Dates: 9-14 April 2018
Number of participants: 20
Participating countries: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries
Organizer: Asociación Alfaqueque
Apply here: Application form
Deadline to apply: 10 January 2018
Date of selection: 24 January 2018
Inquiries about this training course: Miguel Salgado at: email@example.com
Costs per participant: 275 €
Reservation fee: 50 €
Food and accommodation provided.
Transport from your city / country not included.
Conflict Management And Resolution
With our TC you’ll learn how to manage and resolve conflicts when you work with teenagers. You’ll be able to meet people who has a great experience working with kids and teens at risk.
This TC will take place in Málaga (Spain).
Málaga is one of the biggest cities in Spain and our NGO has been working with kids and teens at risk for many years.
This TC consists of 20 hours of theory about conflict management resolution and some practical techniques.
In addition we’ll arrange visits with local authorities and visits to local schools that mainly have students at risk.
And of course we’ll visit some historical places in Málaga like the birth home of Picasso or our roman theatre.
We’ll provide you with food and accommodation in a youth hostel with our staff.
In this TC you’ll learn:
– What’s a conflict?
– Management of conflicts.
– Mediator’s emotional self-control
– Emotional communication.
At the end of this TC you’ll get a certificate provided by SIMA official leisure activities school.
How do you arrive to Málaga?:
The best option is to fly to Málaga – Costa del Sol (AGP) International Airport. Once you arrive we’ll provide you transport to the youth hostel.
Another option is to travel from your country to Madrid and travel to Málaga by train. You can find info about trains from Madrid to Málaga in the website www.renfe.com . It’s a high speed train so the travel takes less than 3 hours. We can also provide you transport from Málaga’s train station to the youth hostel.