This is an introductory course to graphical facilitation and is addressed to beginners and no prior knowledge in drawing and animation is required. We will guide participants through every step. The Erasmus+ project “Digital Illustrative Skills” consists on using software and projection screens in performing the graphical facilitation. There are numerous advantages in using graphical facilitation digitally, among the most important one being: the reuse of the visual elements that compose the visual vocabulary, the ease of showing relations between the visual elements, the low cost compared to the materials of hard copy graphical facilitation, capacity to be promoted in the online/offline environment. Objectives of the project are to develop practical skill and competence on how to apply digital graphical facilitation techniques and methods in youth work activities, increasing the capacity of organizing trainings, events and other youth activities using digital graphical facilitation methods and techniques.
The target group of this project are youth workers who are interested to improve their competences in using digital drawing, graphical and animation tools to present, facilitate or document a learning process in a non-formal learning context, such as a training course, exchange, seminar, international event, workshop.
The specific criteria based on which we will evaluate applicants and select participants:
• Experience in youth work
• Interest in the topic of the project
• Motivation to participate in the project
• Experience in facilitation or supporting group learning activities
• Be a youth worker
• Be present and have an active participation on all sessions of the TCs
• Show initiative and interest in the topic and follow up activities
• Be over 18 years old
• Have a fluent command of English language
The Training Courses will take place in Balatonmáriafürdő a village located on the southern shore of Lake Balaton in Somogy county, Hungary. Lake Balaton is a freshwater lake in western Hungary. It’s a major holiday destination with beaches, volcanic hills, resort towns and high-rise hotels along its 197km shoreline. Local people call Lake Balaton, central Europe’s largest fresh water lake, the Hungarian sea.
The project will be held at the Viktor Guesthouse. Accommodation will be arranged for 2-3 persons/room, grouped by gender. Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be served at the same location every day. Each room has its own bathroom and modern furniture. There is a free Internet wireless connection available. There is also a very limited wireless internet in the public area, the speed might be very slow in comparison to your normal internet in your country. Please be prepared that you won’t get a proper internet access for the whole program.
There is a sending fee of 20eur. You will have 275eur travel budget. This means that you will buy the tickets and get the money back (up to 275eur) after the project. The accommodation, food and the activities are all funded by Erasmus+ programme and are free for you.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT TRAVEL AND THE PROJECT WILL BE SENT TO YOU IN CASE YOU’RE SELECTED!