CuBuFo provides various training programmes, the use of which, with different target groups, brings added value and new skills, competences and confidence in the people, they are targeted upon.
The programmes listed below are accessible both via the web-sites of the projects they have been developed under, as well as via our team, which is always available for organizing and conducting of the necessary seminars, courses and trainings.
Transformative educational materials for educators now available via the CULPEER4Change network, which CuBuFoundation is a part of
Since November 2020 CULPEER4change provides for free e-learning courses and open educational resources on its e-learning platform.
Educators can learn through the e-learning courses how to integrate informative and playful activities in their lesson planning. The e-learning sections gives educators a very good insight and instructions for teaching the Sustainable Development Goals 10 (migration and refugee issues), 13 (climate action), 16 (children’s rights) and the implementation of Cultural Peer Learning Concept. Additionally, is available a huge variety of practical activities for all SDGs and more.
The educators get materials for using it with children and young people of the age groups: 6 to 9; 10 to 14; & 15 to 20.
The e-learning platform contains:
– an e-learning courses about SDG 10, 13, 16 and SDGs in total
– an e-learning course about Cultural Peer Learning (CPLC)
– a Geographical Map collecting CPLC stories
– a collection of artistic workshops
– a collection of informative and playful open educational resources
The aim is to offer practical, creative activities for making complex information more accessible. The SDGs are complex and intertwined. They become integral part of a transformative education. The project is committed to create awareness about global challenges and the social, ecological and economical interdependencies. CULPEER4change aims to support children and young people to become self-effective and engaged for a resilient and better future for this planet.
We believe this can be achieved by applying innovative learning methods in formal and non-formal education. Cultural Peer Learning Concept (CPLC) is an inclusive approach for gaining knowledge and experience through creative and intercultural exchange among young people.
Background and application of CPLC will be explained in our e-learning course.
Click on the link and sign up for free for the e-learning platform. https://culpeer-for-change.eu/en/e-learning-platform
A training programme for physical and verbal confidence of children and young people with impaired vision, using theatrical approaches and methods. The programme has been created in collaboration with partner organizations from Great Britain, Italy, Luxembourg and Belgium and has been piloted in Bulgaria, Italy and the Great Britain with groups of young people with impaired vision. The programme includes a series of a minimum of 20 workshops with 2 hour duration.
A programme for developing leader skills, skills for intercultural communication and social-entrepreneurship for young people with impaired vision. The programme has been developed in cooperation with partner organizations from Italy, Belgium, Romania, Greece and Iceland and has been piloted in Bulgaria with groups of young people with impaired vision. The programme includes series of a minimum of 20 workshops with a duration of 2 hours each.
A programme for visual awareness – the real possibilities of people with impaired vision, various conditions and the related difficulties, risks when implementing activities with people with impaired vision, adapting the environment, in which they work and live, in order to give them the opportunity to grow personally and to use their full potential, wrong concepts concerning people with impaired vision. The programme has been created in collaboration with a partner organization from Great Britain and has been piloted in Sofia, Varna, Vratsa, Plovdiv, Pazardzhik. It is a one day training, including a series of carefully designed exercises implemented with simulation glasses.
A programme for collaborative activities for students, parents and teachers, aiming at engaging the parents with the school life of their children, thus achieving better academic results and limiting early school leaving. The programme has been developed in cooperation with partner organizations from Great Britain, Italy, Romania and Poland and has been piloted in the city of Vidin. The programme includes various offers, which the schools can include in their curricular and extra-curricular activities, according to the needs of the community.
A programme for collaborative activities for children, parents and teachers / educators from kindergartens and primary schools, aiming at establishing healthy living and eating habits among the youngest ones. The programme has been developed in cooperation between partner organizations from Lithuania, Portugal, Italy, Greece and Turkey and has been piloted in more than 50 schools and kindergartens throughout the entire country. The programme includes various offers, which the schools (with primary level) and the kindergartens can include in their regular curricular and extracurricular activities according to the needs and interests of their community.
For more information concerning the above, please, contact the team.