Coaching Peace Education in Practice
Training Course / 1-6 December 2020 | online, Belgium – FL
Are you interested in coaching and peace education? This online training course will help you enhance your coaching skills and explore ways how to support young people act for peace in practice.
The Association of Service Civil International (SCI ) is opening applications for a Coaching Peace Education in Practice online training course.
We are looking for participants who are interested in the topics of coaching and peace education! This online training course is open for young people, youth workers, volunteers or staff members from across SCI movement, partner organaisations and supporters in Europe, interested in coaching as a way to support young people act for peace in practice.
Participation in this course is a great opportunity to:
- Enhance your capacity to apply peace values and methods in your life and work.
- Improve your coaching skills by learning and practicing coaching tools and techniques.
- Understand more and learn tips and tricks about online facilitation.
- Explore and reflect upon the new Peace Education in Practice online course.
“My way of coaching is empathetic, fun and political. I love trying to get young people to realize that becoming a peace activist or peace educator is both urgent and playful at the same time”, explains Thomas Schallhart, one of the SCI’ s trainers who will guide you through this week together with Natalie Jivkova.
You can read more about the trainers either at their SALTO profile, or in the call for participants.
Read more information about the course, including a draft agenda and a link for an application form in the call for participants.
Interested to join us? Please apply by 1/11/2020.
This online training course is part of SCI’ s project: Peace in Practice: supporting young people to become peace envoys, that has been financially supported by the European Youth Foundation of Council of Europe.
Available downloads: Coaching Peace Education in Practice online – call for participants_0111.pdf
More information at: SALTO