Creative Development Center is pleased to announce Call for Trainers for participation in ToT in facilitation of simulation games in frames of the project “Revising regional memory”. Training will take place in Tbilisi, Georgia, on 10 – 14 June.
In the frames of our project, we plan to organize meeting for young people from Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia. The meeting will serve as a platform for discussion on how decisions were made in Soviet Political system, and how inheritance affects our everyday life on different levels.
With ToT we want to give a chance to young trainers to gain new skills in facilitating and creating simulation games in theory and practice. The main goal of the project is to analyze how soviet past affects our socio-political systems and their development in the future in post-soviet Countries through use of the innovative non formal education methodologies, such as simulation games.
Project foresees different activities
In the first phase, we will invite 2 facilitators from each country to attend ToT in facilitating the simulation Game. ToT will consist of sessions on how to create simulation game how to facilitate it. On the meeting participants will also create working plan for the upcoming activities;
Afterwards Local trainers will work online on creation of the simulation game together with invited expert and finally take part in regional meeting in Autumn.
All participants must be:
– Able to work independently in English
– Motivated to contribute to the seminar
– Available for the full duration of the event (ToT in June, Online work in July-August-September, Regional Meeting in the beginning of October)
Dates and venue:
The training course will take place in Tbilisi, Georgia from 10 to 14th June. All travel as well as accommodation costs will be covered by organizers. There is NO participation fee.
The seminar will be held in English
Deadline for application:
All those who are interested to apply for the seminar are invited to send application pack by May 28, 2015 at firstname.lastname@example.org.Application pack should include:
Cover letter describing your trainer experience and why you are interested in simulation games.
All questions should be sent to email@example.com.
Results will be announced no later than June 1.
Project is supported by Friedrich Ebert Foundation.