Training course: Social Inclusion Through Artistic Tools
Location: London, United Kingdom
Dates: 14-22 November 2018
Number of participants: 26
Participating countries: Czech Republic, Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Slovenia, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom
Organizer: Centre of Innovative Approaches
Apply here: Application form
Deadline to apply: 1 October 2018
Date Of Selection: 10 October 2018
Inquiries about this training course: Zek Dundar at email@example.com
Participation fee: 40 Euro
Accommodation and food
Host organization will cover accommodation, food and other cost related to project implementation. Participants will stay in shared room.
Travel Cost is limited according to Erasmus+ distance calculator. Country: Max T. Limit Per Person Slovenia: 275 Euro Sweden: 275 Euro Czech Republic: 275 Euro Italy: 275 Euro Lithuania: 275 Euro Netherlands: 275 Euro Poland: 275 Euro Turkey: 275 Euro U.K: 275 Euro
Social Inclusion Through Artistic Tools
Our initiative SITAT aims to support youth workers to their mission of a better integration of young migrants through developing skills of youth workers by using innovative and creative artistic tools.
Our initiative SITAT aims to support youth workers to their mission of a better integration of young migrants through developing skills of youth workers by using innovative and creative artistic tools. As a result, initiative, creativity and motivation will be enhanced both in the direct target – youth workers – and in their final target – migrants – for an Europe more inclusive and cohesive.
SITAT gathers 32 people (27 participants, 3 trainers, 1 junior trainer and 2 support staffs) in London London between 14th – 22nd November 2018 from 9 different Program countries: U.K, Sweden, Poland, Netherlands, Lithuania, Turkey, Czech R. Slovenia, Italy.
The working methods are primarily based on the active participation and learning of participants promoted through non-formal and informal activities. The main methodological approaches will be based on:
– Creative thinking and art methods
– Experiential learning
– Cooperative and Peer learning
– Outdoor activities
Participants will be actively involved in the preparation for the training course by creating interactive presentations together with the partner organizations and gathering information on the topics, as well as in the everyday activities of the training in London, bringing aboard their experience and vigorously participating in the learning process.