Call for Participants - Parenting Support Facilitation Training Program
Are you passionate about education and want to change the culture surrounding postpartum and parenting in your community? Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit? Do you want to become a part of a new, vibrant community of parent support facilitators Croatia, Czechia, Slovenia, Hungary and Spain? Read on!
Five organisations from five European countries - Roda from Croatia, Aperio from Czechia, Rumina from Slovenia, KNE (Hand in Hand Parenting) from Hungary, and Adresam from Spain are currently running an Erasmus+ project. The project is developing a curriculum for parenting support facilitators who will run parenting courses and provide support for parents of children 0-3 years old in their communities. A multi-disciplinary team from all five countries worked hard on the project, this is the first time it will be offered.
Our goal is to create a vibrant community of parent facilitation group trainers throughout the partner organisations who will work with national teams to train other facilitators. This will be a community of women committed to life-long learning and changing. Their mission is to help families get the information they need to make informed choices, without judgment.
We are offering you a free training program developed for the Central European / Mediterranean context – no copies of foreign programs. Experienced professionals will help you gain skills you need to support trainers and parents in your communities.
We are giving a lot, but are also asking a lot. Participants will have to work hard, stick to deadlines, be committed and bring their most positive self forward to help us test our curriculum.
If you’re still reading this and are nodding your head thinking – Yes! These are my people! – then keep reading to learn more about the program and the application process.
Deadline: 20 March 2021, details in the PDF below
Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union
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