Train the trainer programme (IO5)
This 60 hour in-service training course introduces the significance of working with non-traditional, participatory, community-based, coworking learning resources and self-directed learning resources and on capitalising on the ubiquity of new online learning environments.
It will explore the different roles that educators and migrant support workers are required to adopt when working in these environments, as well as some key considerations when working with the most marginalised adults to ensure that both the educators and learners fully understand what constitutes a successful intervention, which can be completely different to teaching and learning in more formal, structured learning programmes and environments.
The programme is divided into three modules:
Module 1 (20 hours) – Developed by Matera Hub
The cultural and creative industries as viable economic force – types and characteristics of cultural enterprises
The intention through this module is to explore the Creative and Cultural Industries (CCIs) and Economy to focus on some key characteristics of Creative Entrepreneurship. A guided analysis of a creative entrepreneurial mindset will allow you to learn about and test personal entrepreneurial competences through the European EntreComp framework.
Module 2 (20 hours) – Developed by FIPL
Using participatory, community-based co-working learning resources and self-directed learning resources to build basic entrepreneurial skills
The aim of this module is to support adult educators and migrant support workers to develop their facilitation skills so that they are confident and competent to deliver community-based approaches in adult education, and engage migrant learners through participative and inclusive learning activities, which can be adapted to teaching basic entrepreneurial skills.
Module 3 (20 hours) – Developed by Hub Nicosia
The changing role of educators within diverse communities of online learners.
This module supports adult educators and migrant support workers to recognise the changing role of educators within diverse communities of online learners, and compile all required knowledge to embark on the task of delivering inclusive online learning.