Are you passionate about diversity and social inclusion? Would you like to broaden your horizons in adult education and improve your knowledge or learn about autobiographical digital story-telling? If so, Community Action Dacorum is running a training course that focuses on human differences in attitudes, personalities, interests, motivation and intercultural communication.
This course is being run as part of one of Community Action Dacorum’s projects, AMICI.
AMICI, “Autobiographical Method for Migrants' and Minorities' Inclusion in Communities they are living In”, is an Erasmus Plus funded Adult Education project. The project was designed to improve the knowledge of autobiographical methods, digital storytelling and how to use them in supporting social inclusion.
Its main goal is to help increase the participation of low skilled adults from migrants and ethnic minority groups in education and training programmes in order to increase their chances of inclusion in society and in the labour market.
Community Action Dacorum is offering a free training course in autobiographical method to educators and volunteers who work with migrants, refugees and minorities. We will however welcome everyone who would like to broaden their horizons in informal adult education.
The course will offer introduction to autobiographical and narrative training techniques in educational work as well as practical testing of autobiographical training techniques aimed at empowering migrants and ethnic and cultural minorities. It will also show how to adapt exercises within the context of the participants’ areas.
We would like to welcome all interested in learning new techniques in informal adult education. The 5 week course will start on the 11th of January at 10am at the Church of the Latter Day Saints in St. Albans. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org