GENERAL APPROACH AND FRAMEWORK
These are training courses for trainers. They consist of
five phases of work lasting between 12-18 months including
two face-to-face meetings (module A and module B); the
Trainer training courses are organised by the Secretariat, and supported by a
particular signatory state for the organisation of each
How to participate
2014 - 2015 Sports and the values and principles of the Council of Europe
- A Module - Strasbourg 21-24 octobre 2014
The Pestalozzi Programme – the Council of Europe’s training and capacity building programme for education professionals – and the
Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport (EPAS) propose to implement a project on how values of the Council of Europe such as tolerance, intercultural understanding, diversity etc. can be promoted in school sport (Physical Education lessons and extra-curricular school sport).
Desciption of this trainer training course
Respect - Responsible attitudes and behaviour in the virtual social space
A Module - Strasbourg 12-15 November 2013
B Module - 8 to 10 October 2014, Belgium
The media environment has changed substantially over the past decades and the ability to use, communicate and interact in a responsible and critical yet beneficial way in this new social space is part and parcel of the competences needed
to maintain and further develop our democratic societies. It permeates our lives in a much more intensive way than previously imagined. It plays a central role in most aspects of our lives: from identity building and personal development, communication,
construction of reality and negotiation of meaning, information retrieval, social interaction and participation to education and learning, to work and entertainment.
Sex/sexuality education –
Personal development, prevention of discrimination and violence
A Module - Strasbourg 8-11 October 2013
B Module - 14 to 16 May 2014, San Marino
Attitudes and behavior related to sex, sexuality and other sexual aspects of the life of each individual have impact on the right to human dignity, self-determination and personal development and thereby include individual legal responsibilities.
Parents, carers, professionals working with children, including teachers and educators, peers as well as the media (broadcast and published) and the Internet, influence the nature of our sexual behaviour.