Training course: Nonviolent Communication: A Language of life
Location: Banská Štiavnica, Slovak Republic
Dates: 1-7 July 2018
Number of participants: 22
Participating countries: Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Netherlands, Romania, Slovak Republic, Spain
Apply here: Application form
Deadline to apply: 25 May 2018
Date Of Selection: 2 June 2018
Inquiries about this training course: Vladimir Randa at firstname.lastname@example.org
Accommodation, food, travel costs up to certain limit and other training costs are covered by Erasmus+ program of European union.
Maximum travel reimbursement per participant:
Slovakia, Czech republic, Hungary – 180€
Romania,Greece, Netherlands – 275€
Spain, Israel – 360€
We ask for participation fee from 60€ to 100€ per one training depending on your possibilities.
You can find more detailed information about trainings here:
Nonviolent Communication: A Language of life
You can find detailed information about project here:
There are 2 training courses you can join, taking place in these dates:
1st July to 7th July 2018 in Slovakia
18th August to 24th August in Netherlands
The first training, called “Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life”, will take place in Banská Štiavnica, Slovakia from 1st July to 7th July 2018. This will be a basic training, where participants will be introduced to the concept of NVC, in order to understand and especially to practice given principles of communication.
The second training, called “Nonviolent Communication: Deepening”, will take place in Bergen op Zoom, Netherlands from 18th August to 24th August 2018 . This will be an advanced training, where participants will go deeper into the understanding of NVC, apply skills of NVC in different contexts and meet several trainers and professionals with extensive experience in the field.
What could you gain from this experience?
Understanding of the basic principles of nonviolent communication
Ability to distinguish between perception and interpretation
Getting in touch with your feelings
Reclaiming responsibility for your own feelings through understanding your underlying needs
Insight in difference between a request and an order
Ability to recognize a need for empathy and the skill of providing it
Introduction to the concept of „Life enriching education“
The chance to help create an international and diverse network of enquiry.
Knowledge and new ideas through sharing of our educational practice.
Reflecting on applying what we learn into the service for our communities, our professional and our personal life.
Youth workers, trainers, guides and teachers from formal and non-formal fields of education. Diversity of practitioners can only strengthen our learning on this course.
Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Greece, Spain, Israel and the Netherlands.