Wild Cherry Training & Education, a Beverley-based social enterprise working on an international basis, has secured further EU funding to host another transnational training course for 28 participants across Europe on behalf of the British Council’s Youth in Action Programme.
LICK – Language Integrated Content Kit – is a brand developed by a team of international trainers drawn together by the Youth in Action Trainer of Trainers. Basia Ligas from Poland, Tsvetina Zarharlieva from Bulgaria and Sue Dudill from the UK, all draw on their skills and experience to produce training courses which address the issues of communication combined with a priority topic.
This winning combination of content and language helps organisations to increase their potential by dismantling and removing barriers to communication, thereby helping them to realise their developmental goals. We support individuals in their quest to gain clarity to the topic in a European context using learner-centred methodology, thereby avoiding ambiguity and misconceptions based on cultural and language differences. By scaffolding a quality learning process which strengthens the confidence and resolve of the participants to work on a European level, they create new and improved projects; a tangible measurable outcome for all stakeholders.
This particular course has a focus on the hot topic of migration and employability. Participating countries on this occasion are Slovakia, Bulgaria, Spain, Portugal, Poland, Romania and of course, the UK.
For further information about opportunities like this contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 07968018593.
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