Training Course: Creativity Tools for Youth Work: ‘Stage(s) of Life’ Training Course on Theatre

Location: Forest of Dean, United Kingdom

Dates: 11-19 September 2017

Number of participants: 33

Participating countries: Croatia, Estonia, Greece, Italy, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, United Kingdom

Organizer: ASHA Foundation

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Deadline to apply: 18 August 2017

Inquiries about this training course: ASHA Foundation: projects@ashacentre.org

Costs: This training activity is funded by Erasmus+. Participation, meals and accommodation will all be provided free of charge (no fees). ASHA reimburses travel expenses at 80% of the overall cost (but no higher than the Erasmus+ travel distance band ceilings).

Travel budget ceiling: 80% of total amount reimbursed up to:

United Kingdom – 180 euros
Croatia – 275 euros
Estonia – 275 euros
Greece – 360 euros
Italy – 360 euros
FYROM – 360 euros
Poland – 275 euros
Romania – 360 euros:

Creativity Tools for Youth Work: ‘Stage(s) of Life’ Training Course on Theatre

This training course will concentrate on the use of theatre as a tool for individuals and communities to bring about a greater sense of connection – connection to oneself, to the other, to society and community and to the natural world.

Description

Drawing on methods such as Storytelling, Theatre of the Oppressed, Ritual theatre, Naturebased theatre and Deep Ecology work, the training will aim at providing a platform for reflection and tools to build more trust and understanding in our everyday lives.

In this light, theatre will be used as a multifacetted media to explore and deepen our relationship to Nature, Community and Selfdevelopment.
This will be a chance for participants to both experience these tools and methods and be empowered to use them in their home communities as well as personal and professional contexts.

The course will use non-formal learning methods and will take place in the beautiful surroundings of the ASHA Centre in the Forest of Dean, in the U.K. a centre of excellence in peace through the performing arts and international youth work.