Deadline: 26 September 2016
Open to: youth workers and trainers from Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Slovak Republic, Spain, United Kingdom
Venue: 29 October – 6 November 2016, Villa Sklenářka, Czech Republic
Deep Education is a course for those active in the field of nature-based methods, who want to explore variety of approaches, share, get inspiration and feedback from other professionals. The whole course is focused on modern ways of using traditional patterns in present education, social work and youth work context. The methodology uses the time of Samhain / Halloween / All Saints’ Day as an example of using rituals and ceremonies in learning and self development events.
The main objectives are:
• To share the experience from participants’ projects and activities;
• To combine main NFE themes with modern methods based on traditional patterns;
• To review the themes and methods in regards of the current needs;
• To create a clear and realistic work plan for a specific topic with adequate methods;
• To start a new phase of cooperation in the field of those methodologies.
Youth workers, Trainers, Youth leaders who have at least a basic experience in the field and the potential to use the outcomes in their work;
- Participants coming from the following countries: Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Slovak Republic, Spain, United Kingdom.
- Accommodation and food is provided for free;
- Travel cost will be reimbursed according to the rules of Erasmus+ programme:
Max. amount per participant for travel costs is:
- Czechia, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia: EUR 180;
- Ireland, Italy, Poland, Spain, United Kingdom: EUR 275.
How to apply?
In order to apply, please fill in the online application form latest by 26 September 2016.
If you have any further questions, please contact Jan Látal at:
- E-Mail: [email protected];
- Phone: +420 608 039 629.
For more information, please check out the official call.