COACHING TOOLS for youth personal development
Coaching Tools for youth personal development (project reference: 2020-3-PL01-KA205-094960) is a project co-financed by the European Union’s Erasmus+ Programme and is promoted by the Foundation Center for Creative Activities (CAT) from Poland in coopration with: OpenCom issic (Italy), Cazalla Intercultural (Spain) and Cooperativa Sociale Milepiedi (Italy).
MOOC course COACHING TOOLS is a complementary element of the second part of the project which is the guidebook. Those who use the guide and will do a MOOC course will be able to use the tools described in it to work with young people from the age of 10.
Both tools are designed to help teachers, youth workers and career advisors.
We intend to contribute to the training of teachers toward orientation teaching that is innovative and based on an international comparison. We intend to encourage the use in schools of non-formal education/education methods that also, from an educational point of view, can lead young people with fewer opportunities to create their projects step by step, feeling responsible and responsible for their growth actions.
- Understand the concept of Guidance
- Get familiar with the importance of guidance for personal and professional development
- Learn more about Orientative Didactic
- Get to know innovative didactical methodologies
- A closer look at the concept of non-formal education as a transversal methodology
- Getting acquainted with the idea of 4 steps, stages of growth and adaptation
- Learning about examples of activities
Wiktoria Walenciak - CAT
Wiktoria has been a volunteer in CAT for 7 years, and since 2020 is an International Project Coordinator. She completed her pedagogical studies in UAM Poznań. She is experienced in working with children from the age of 3. She is also involved in conducting training in non-formal education. At the foundation she coordinates KA1 and KA2 projects, as well as local projects. She also supports organizing events for children and young people.
Valentina Mariottini - OpenCom
Master’s Degree in Pedagogy from the University of Siena. Certified Project Manager (PRINCE2® Foundation). Coordinator of the European Training Department in OpenCom. Coordinator of Eurodesk Centre of OpenCom Arezzo. She is Certified Expert of Evaluation of Learnings and Skills from by Tuscany Region (Italy). She has a consolidated experience in mentoring, management and implementation of training programmes developed according to an output-oriented approach of assessment. Ability to develop communication and social media management plans and monitor through KPIs.
Isabella Parodo - Coop. Sociale Milepiedi
Psychologist, specialized in Social, Work and Organizational Psychology at the University of Cagliari.
Since 2013, she has been working as a Psychologist at the Millepiedi Social Cooperative Onlus which is a Partner of the European Project “Coaching Tools”
She mainly deals with the management of orientation projects starting from the age of 13 and carries out her activity in three Municipalities: Carloforte, Sant’Antioco and San Giovanni Suergiu (in Southern Sardinia). She supports in choosing education, training and work paths and in writing and reviewing personal and professional projects.
It works in Higher Education Schools for orientation activities connected to the PCTO ministerial programs and specifically works in synergy with teachers, educators and professionals in the socio-educational sector for the implementation of actions inside and outside the school for the construction of transversal skills in young people .
Beatrice Naldi - Cazalla Intercultural
Beatrice is a youth worker and project coordinator at Cazalla Intercultural since 2017, in 2016 she did her EVS at the same entity. She has a degree in Sciences for Peace: international cooperation and conflict transformation (University of Pisa). She collaborates as an activist in intersectional transfeminist and anti-racist collectives.
In the association, Beatrice is part of the local activities department, coordinates ESC and Erasmus+ projects and is part of the training pool. Her main themes are inclusion, participation and intersectionality.