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“Power and Inspire”
Date du début: 1 sept. 2014, Date de fin: 31 juil. 2015 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

This training course was a learning-by-doing experience which included a number of adventurous outdoor activities and promotes healthy behaviors, in particular through the promotion of the practice of outdoor activities and grass-roots sport, as a means to promote healthy lifestyles as well as to foster social inclusion and the active participation of young people in society. The project gave full support the improving quality of inclusive youth work by rising trainers’ competence and youth workers to use and know the limitations of outdoor education and experiential learning methods, as renewed ways to reach a more diverse group of youth. During the training, participants have provided with theoretical background on how to facilitate reflections after various activities. Afterwards, there was several opportunities for each participant to train newly adopted methods. The program inspired participants to use those activities in their own youth work and gain mastery in closing activities. The reflection after activities, young people learned from outdoor activities. During the programme was used sport activity where was involved the local youth also. By using outdoor activities was the new challenges in youth work. The programme elements supported to developing teamwork, leadership and cooperation skills of the participants, develop conflict resolution skills and give them self confidence and personal development opportunities. The training gave the participants experience, analyses and reflected upon experiential learning and outdoor tools as a method and their transferability towards their future projects and daily work. They understood and get the know-how to use different theoretical concepts, which gave a support to run outdoor training courses in future projects as a follow up activities. They learned about Erasmus+, which gave them opportunity to share insights, experiences and good practices.



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