The Sensory Culture and Occupational Path training course was implemented from 10th to 20th of October, 2016 in Voronet-Suceava, Romania.
There were participants from 14 countries: Romania, Greece, Poland, Italy, Portugal, Slovakia, Tunisia, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Albania, Lithuania and UK. All participants of the course were youth workers and the main aim of this project was to find out ways to support the youngsters in developing their multi-sensory culture and to guide them on their occupational path.
During the training course, non-formal methodologies and activities were implemented to help the participants to understand more about the importance of the multi sensory use during training for different range of ages.
Within this exciting Erasmus+ KA1 project, the participants faced many challenges and non formal exercises to raise their awareness about the use of the multi-sensory tools. Every day participants discovered sense related learning approaches and the connections between basic senses, learning and human abilities for hobbies and occupations. A blog with details of the training program is available if you click here.
This project was co-funded by European Union, the Erasmus+ Program