7-11 November 2022 | Konstancin-Jeziorna, Warsaw, Poland
The training course will provide participants with practical psychological and coaching tools to support the mental wellness and resilience of ESC volunteers and themselves.
Why this Training Course?
Mental health problems among young people have increased dramatically over the years- some research shows that almost 20% of young Europeans experience mental health disorders among which depression and anxiety are the most common ones.
Therefore, there is a strong need to provide practical tools for people working with volunteers to accompany them in building a safe environment that would be supporting mental wellness during the projects.
The training course aims to provide participants with practical psychological and coaching tools to support the mental wellness and resilience of ESC volunteers.
To whom is this training course addressed?
This training course is for project coordinators of ESC volunteering projects, mentors of ESC volunteers, coordinators of volunteers in local work, and any other persons directly involved with volunteers locally and internationally if they are responsible for the well-being of the ESC volunteers.
Where and when?
Training will be held in Konstancin-Jeziorna, a small, picturesque town approximately 20 kilometers away from Warsaw.
Activities will start on the 7th of November with dinner at 18:30 followed by a short informal introduction session. Therefore, participants are expected to arrive before 18:00 CET.
APPLICATION DEADLINE 19 SEPTEMBER 2022
Polish NA (National Agency) & Hungarian NA (National Agency) of the European Solidarity Corps
Konstancin-Jeziorna, Warsaw, Poland