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Training offer for KA1 project, including Adults learners

Training provider: SEN Association – Support Education Network (Asociaţia CES – Colaborăm Educăm Sprijinim) - ROMANIA

 

Training courses:

1. Music therapy for rehabilitation and development of disabled pupils - initialization course

2. Art therapy – bridge between disability and health. using music, dance and visual plastic methods for rehabilitation and development of disabled people

3. Using the game in the educational/recovery process

 

Working language: English

 

Training place: Oradea, Romania

 

Attendance certificates awarded:

  • Mobility Europass

  • Certificate of attendance accredited by the Bihor Teacher Training Center (Casa Corpului Didactic Bihor), Romania

 

Requirements for participants:

 

Other specifications:

  • Training provided for groups of5 to 20 participants

  • Training can be adjusted both to needs of School Education and Adult Education Field

  • Organizer reserve the right to change training period from objective reasons:the weather, the participants needs and other circumstances.

  • The course is strongly recommended by Music as Therapy International!!! (www.musicastherapy.com)

  • THE COURSE CAN BE FULLY COVERED BY AN ERASMUS +, KA1 GRANT!!! (http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/tools/national-agencies/inde...)

     

Contact:

E-mail address: senassociation.training@gmail.com

Fax: +40 259 437 891

Phone: +40766790055 (for training course no. 1 and 2); +40 749590822 (for training course no. 3)

 

 

Training course No. 1:

MUSIC THERAPY FOR REHABILITATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF DISABLED PUPILS - INITIALIZATION COURSE

Trainers:  Pantazi Teodora, Gorgan Lavinia, Kiss Ramona

 

Duration (5 days):

  • Session 1: 30 January – 3th February 2017

  • Session 2: 28 August – 1st September 2017

 

Target Group: pre school and primary teachers, teachers, educators, support teachers, special education teachers, music and art teachers, school counsellors, therapists, speech therapists, psychologists, special education psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists, teacher trainers, adult trainers

 

Key words: Special education, special educational needs, disabilities, clinical symptomatology, rehabilitation methods, school/educational counselling, music therapy

 

Objectives:

The main objectives of the course are:

  • To learn about musical instruments used in music therapy

  • To teach conceptual delimitation of terms related with music therapy and its principles

  • To establish objectives for music therapy sessions according to different target groups

  • To describe music therapy sessions adequate to different symptomatologyand fields

  • To use music therapy session evaluation and monitoring tools

  • To work on specific problems and limits of music therapy

     

Methodology:

The training course will have an important practical component. Theoretical concepts will be taught via Power Point  Presentations  and practical demonstration of trainers, structured on 11 modules.

The group will repeatedly split out in smaller groups and fulfill practical task, in order to actively learn to implement music therapy. This tasks will be part of evaluation portfolio of the trainees and also allow them to show their abilities and experience one by one the role of therapist and of a member of music therapy group.

At the end of the training the participant will also pass an non formal exam, in order to prove the knowledges acquired.

 

Outcomes:

At the end of the course the participants will be capable of:

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    Undersanding andproperly applying music therapy principles

  • Identifying  needs and potential of individuals and/or group

  • Setting working objectives for different target groups, according with individual or group needs

  • Planning music therapy sessions focused on different symptomatologies: Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, anxiety, behaviour problems-agresivity by matching activities with objectives and group needs

  • Discovering new approches of using music therapy and musical instruments in spech therapy (developing language and working on its disorders) and school counselling (selfknowledge and emotional developments)

  • Monitoring and evaluating the progresses of participants after music therapy sessions through specific tools

  • Beeing aware of specific problems and limits of music therapy

 

Program of the training activities day by day (5 days, 30 hours split in 20 units of 1h 30min):

1st day

  • Participants arrival (the day before)

  • Ice break: teambuilding activities, knowing each other activities, group rules, fears and expectations, course program and objectives,  course contract, administrative issues (2 units)

  • Module 1: Conceptual delimitations. Principles of using music in therapeutic ways (1 units)

  • Module 2: Familiarisation with musical instruments through presentation and games (1 units)

2nd day

  • Module 3: Working techniques and ways of responding used in music therapy: imitation, matching, varying (1 unit)

  • Module 4: Types of music therapy: individual and in group  (1 unit)

  • Module 5: Objectives and exercises specific to music therapy (2 units)

3rd day

  • Module 6:  Theoretical presentation of some specific clinical sympomatologies: mental deficiency, Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, anxiety, behaviour problems with agresivity - PPT and videos (1 unit)

  • Module 7: Practical activities of music therapy related with different target groups. Exemple of good practice (3 units)

4th day

  • Module 8 Identifying client needs and potential. Initial evaluation and monitorising the progresses (1 unit)

  • Module 9: Application of music therapy and musical instruments in other therapeutical fields: spech therapy and school counselling (2 units)

  • Module 10: Specific problems and limits of music therapy (1 unit)

5th day

  • Module 11: Making your own musical instruments (2 units)

  • Evaluation (2 units)

  • Participants departure (the day after)

     

Course fees:  350 Euro (including training materials, written support of training, theoretical and practical preparation, organizational costs, administrative costs, coffee break, certificates)

 

 

Training course No. 2:

ART THERAPY – BRIDGE BETWEEN DISABILITY AND HEALTH. USING MUSIC, DANCE AND VISUAL PLASTIC METHODS FOR REHABILITATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF DISABLED PEOPLE

Trainers:  Pantazi Teodora, Gorgan Lavinia, Ilisie Carmen

 

Duration (7 days): 

  • 31 October – 6th November 2016

  • 26 June -1st July 2017

 

Target Group: Pre school and primary teachers, teachers, educators, support teachers, special education teachers, music and art teachers, school counsellors, therapists, speech therapists, psychologists, special education psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists, teacher trainers, adult trainers

 

Key words: Special education, special educational needs, disabilities, Psychiatric and clinical symptomatology, rehabilitation methods, school/educational counselling, art therapy, therapeutic stories, music therapy, dance therapy, plastic and visual art therapy

 

Objectives:

The main objectives of the course are:

  • To teach concepts related with art therapy and some of its methods: music therapy, dance therapy, plastic and visual art therapy, therapeutic stories

  • To establish objectives for art therapy sessions according to different target groups

  • To describe art therapy sessions adequate to different symptomatology and fields

  • To use different tools for evaluating and monitoring art therapy intervention results

  • To work on specific problems and limits of different art therapies

 

Methodology:

The training course will have an important practical component. Theoretical concepts will be taught via Power Point  Presentations  and practical demonstration of trainers, structured on 16 modules.

The group will repeatedly split out in smaller groups and fulfill practical task, in order to actively learn to implement different therapies. This tasks will be part of evaluation portfolio of the trainees and also allow them to show their abilities and experience one by one the role of therapist and of a member of therapy group.

At the end of the training the participant will also pass an non formal exam, in order to prove the knowledges acquired.

 

Outcomes:

At the end of the course the participants will be capable of:

  • Defining concepts related with art therapy and its development during time and making difference between different types of art therapy: music therapy, dance therapy, plastic and visual art therapy

  • Understanding the role of therapeutic stories in art therapy

  • Properly applying music therapy principles

  • Properly using the five dance rhythmes of Gabrielle Roth in a therapeutic way

  • Properly using different methods and techniques of plastic and visual art therapy

  • Identifying the needs and potential of individuals and/or group

  • Setting workingobjectives for different target groups, according with individual or group needs

  • Planning art therapy sessions (music therapy, dance therapy, plastic and visual art therapy) focused on different symptomatologies: mental deficiency, Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, anxiety, behaviour problems with agresivity by matching activities with objectives and group needs

  • Monitoring and evaluating the progresses of participants after art therapy sessions through specific tools

  • Beeing aware of specific problems and limits of each art therapy method

 

Program of the training activities day by day (7 days, 42 hours split in 28 units of 1h 30min):

1st day – Ice Breaking Day

  • Participants arrival (the day before)

  • Ice break Module: teambuilding activities, knowing each other activities, group rules, fears and expectations, course program and objectives,  course contract, administrative issues (2 units)

  • Module 1 – Conceptual delimitation of art therapy. History of art therapy. The status and role of art therapist in Romania and Europe

  • Modul 2 – Therapeutical Stories – emotional self revealing and behavioral changing space. Therapeutic metaphora – link between concient and inconcient (1 unit)

2nd day – Music day

  • Module 3: Conceptual delimitations of music therapy. Principles of using music in therapeutic ways. Familiarisation with musical instruments through presentation and games (1 units)

  • Module 4: Working techniques and ways of responding used in music therapy: imitation, matching, varying. Types of music therapy: individual and in group  (1 unit)

  • Module 5: Objectives and exercises specific to music therapy (2 units)

 3rd day – Dance day

  • Module 6:  Conceptual delimitations of dance therapy. Principles of using dance in therapeutic ways. Primitive Expression. The 5 Rhythms of Gabrielle Roth (2 units)

  • Module 7:  Dancing on the 5 Rhythms of Gabrielle Roth (1 units)

  • Module 8: Searching your own music for dance therapy, making your own dance story (1 unit)

4th day – Visual and Plastic Art Therapy Day

  • Module 9  Functions and therapeutical values of plastic and visual art therapy. Methods and techniques used in plastic and visual art therapy (1 units)

Module 10: Methodological aspects of plastic and visual art therapy sessions.  (1 units)

Module 11: Plastic and visual art therapy  used in psychiatry and clinical psychology. Plastic and visual art therapy used in delicvency rehabilitation centres. Plastic and visual art therapy used in different defieciencies rehabilitation (2 units)

5th day - School Day

  • Module 12: Visiting special school. Participating to transcurricular activities in  the school (4 units)

6th day - Participants Story Day

  • Module 13:  Theoretical presentation of some specific clinical sympomatologies: mental deficiency, Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, anxiety, behaviour problems with agresivity - PPT and videos (1 unit)

  • Module 14: Practical activities of music, dance and visual plastic art therapies related with different target groups. Exemple of good practice (3 units)

7th day – Good Bye Day

  • Module 15 Identifying client needs and potential. Initial evaluation and monitorising the progresses of art therapy interventions (1 unit)

  • Module 16: Specific problems and limits of music, dance and visual plastic art therapy (1 unit)

  • Non formal evaluation module (2 units)

  • Participants departure (the day after)

     

Course fees:  490 Euro (including training materials, written support of training, theoretical and practical preparation, organizational costs, administrative costs, coffee break, certificates)

 

 

Training course No. 3:

USING THE GAME IN THE EDUCATIONAL/RECOVERY PROCESS

Trainers: Erdeli Elena Maria, Sipos Lacrimioara Elena

 

Duration (5 days):

  • 1-5 November 2016

  • 26-30 June 2017

  • 28 August-1 September 2017

     

Target  group: teachers for preschool and primary education, teachers, educators, support teachers, special education teachers, school counsellors, therapists, speech therapists, social workers, occupational therapists, teacher trainers, adult trainers, psychologists, special education psychologists, students, psychopedagogists

 

Key words: interactive teaching-learning methods, preschool and primary school, special educational needs, disabilities, rehabilitation methods, special education

 

Objectives:

The main objectives of the course are:

  • to offer the opportunity to exchange information and pedagogical knowledge in a multicultural context

  • to promote interactive teaching methods

  • to develop awareness of the importance and positive effects of educational games on increasing young children motivation

  • to reflect on their own teaching styles and methods used to identify opportunities for improvement and training

  • to experience the impact of educational games

  • to realize the importance of playing in the educational- recovery process

  • to provide current perspectives on motivating learning through play, game functions, types of games and practical applications in the educational activity

  • to improve the ability to perform teamwork tasks, to work in transnational groups;

  • to improve communication skills in English.

     

Methodology:

This is a practical interactive course which will expose numerous activities and tools to transform your classroom into a fun learning environment for young learners.

This course is taught interactively, with brainstorming sessions, discussion,  workshops, and group work.

Module 1: Theories   on the genesis, nature and functions of the game; Specific  taxonomies of the playful domain

Module 2: Comparative analysis of the game functions; Identify the stages of the game to children aged between 0 and 7 years old. How to create a captivating learning environment

Module 3: Types of educational games and other interactive/innovative teaching methods; Describe the specific characteristics of different types of games for young children

Module 4: Educational Games used in teaching and learning process ; Sharing experience: participants will suggest their own interactive activities

Module 5: Developing creative games, from certain data subjects

 

Outcomes:

As a result of attending this training course, the participants will become more creative in their teaching and they will be able to design materials which are motivating and attractive by using games and  interactive activities.

At the end of the course the participants will be capable of:

  • working in transnational groups;

  • identifying  needs and potential of individuals and/or group

  • exchanging information and pedagogical knowledge in a multicultural context

  • promoting interactive teaching methods

  • improving the ability to perform teamwork tasks

  • discovering new approches of using games in the educational/recovery process

  • providing current perspectives on motivating learning through play, game functions, types of games and practical applications in the educational activity

  • improving communication skills in English.

     

Program of the training activities day by day (5 days, 30 hours):

1st day

  • Arrival (until about 6PM)

  • Teambuilding activities, Getting to know each other activities , group rules, fears and expectations, course program and objectives

  • Conceptual delimitations

  • Familiarisation with games

2nd day

  • Course contract, administrative issues

  • Ice break , teambuilding activities

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    Types of educational games and other interactive/innovative teaching methods

  • The specific characteristics of different types of games for young children

  • Educational Games used in teaching and learning process

4th day

  • Sharing experience: participants suggest their own interactive activities

  • Personal development action plan

  • Preparation for the exam, initial evaluation and monitorising the progresses

5th day

  • Developing creative games, from certain data subjects

  • Trainer Exam

  • Final evaluation

  • Departures (after 3PM)

 

Course fees:  350 Euro (including training materials, written support of training, theoretical and practical preparation, organizational costs, administrative costs, coffee break, certificates)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trainers background:

TEODORA PANTAZI

- University Degree in Psychology at Faculty of Socio-Human Sciences, Oradea University, Romania, since 2003

- Master Degree in Psychological Counselling at Faculty of Socio-Human Sciences, Oradea University, Romania, since 2005

- Special education psychologist in School Centre for Inclusive Education No. 1 Oradea (special school), Romania, since 2003

- Founder member and president of SEN Association-Support Education Network, Romania, since 2011

- Consultant teacher of Bihor County School Inspectorate on projects field, since 2008

- Chief editor of Special Education Magazine (No.2/2013 - No.5/2015)

- Psychologist certified by The Council of Romanian Psychologist (Colegiul Psihologilor din România) on school counselling field and  special education field, since 2010

- Practicing music therapy under Music as Therapy International training and supervision, since 2005

- Trainer in music therapy certified by Music as Therapy International , since 2010

- Trainer certified by Working Minister and Education Minister, since 2010

Providing music therapy trainings certified by Music as Therapy International, England and Teacher Training Centre of Bihor County, since 2010

Providing projects proposal development and artistic mediation therapies workshops at different national and international conferences,  certified by Teacher Training Centre of Bihor County, since 2013

Contact:

E-mail: teodora.pantazi@gmail.com,

Phone: +40 766 790 055

 

 

 

 

 

 

LAVINIA GORGAN

- Pedagogical High School at Degree “Gheorghe Lazăr” Normal School, Cluj-Napoca, since 1993

- University Degree in Psychology at Oradea University, Romania, since 2010

- Primary teacher in normal school from rural area, 1993-1995

- Special education educator in School Centre for Inclusive Education No. 1 Oradea (special school), Romania, 1995-2010

- Special education psychologist in School Centre for Inclusive Education No. 1 Oradea (special school), Romania, since 2010

- Founder member and vice-president of SEN Association-Support Education Network, Romania, since 2011

- Editor to Special Education Magazine (No.1/2012 - No.5/2015)

- Practicing music therapy under Music as Therapy International training and supervision, since 2002

- Providing music therapy trainings certified by Music as Therapy International, England and Teacher Training Centre of Bihor County, since 2010

- Trainer certified by Working Minister and Education Minister, since 2015

 

 

RAMONA KISS

- University Degree in Special Psycho-pedagogy at Faculty of Psychology and Sciences of Education, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj Napoca, Romania, since 2007

- Master degree in Language Therapy and Educational Audiology at Faculty of Psychology and Sciences of Education, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj Napoca, Romania, since 2011

- Special education psychologist in School Centre for Inclusive Education No. 1 Oradea, Romania, since 2007

- Active member of SEN Association-Support Education Network, Romania, since 2011

- Psychologist certified by The Council of Romanian Psychologist in special education field, since 2008

- Editor to Special Education Magazine (No.1/2012 - No.5/2015)

- Practicing music therapy under Music as Therapy International training and supervision, since 2009

- Graduating Distance Learning Programme: Music Therapy for Children with Disabilities provided by Music as Therapy International, since 2009

- Providing music therapy trainings certified by Music as Therapy International, England and Teacher Training Centre of Bihor County, since 2014

-Trainer certified by Working Minister and Education Minister, since 2015

 

 

CARMEN ILISIE

- Pedagogical High School Degree at “Iosif Vulcan” Pedagogical High school, Oradea, Romania, since 1991

- University Degree in Psychology – Sociology at „Hyperion” University Bucharest, Romania, since 1998.

- University Degree in Art pedagogy at Visual Arts Faculty of Oradea University, Romania, since 2007.

- Master degree in educational management at Oradea University, Romania, since 2010.

- Continuous training in psychodrama method at Jacob Levi Moreno Psychodrama Society, Cluj Napoca, Romania, since 2005

- Training in family therapy at Epsiona Fundation, Cluj Napoca, since 2006

- Primary school teacher in different schools of Bihor county,  Romania, 1991-2001

- Support teacher/Special education psychologist in School Centre for Inclusive Education No. 1 Oradea, Romania, since 2002

- Deputy Headmaster/headmaster in School Centre for Inclusive Education No. 1 Oradea, Romania, since 2008

- Active member of SEN Association-Support Education Network, Romania, since 2011

- Consultant teacher of Bihor County School Inspectorate on special education field, since 2008.

- Psychologist certified by The Council of Romanian Psychologist in special education and educational psychology field, since 2008

- Editor to Special Education Magazine (No.1/2012 - No.5/2015)

- Providing artistic mediation therapies workshops at different national and international conferences,  certified by Teacher Training Centre of Bihor County, since 2013

- Trainer certified by Romanian Working Minister and Romanian Education Minister, since 2015

ELENA-MARIA ERDELI

- Pedagogical High School Degree at “Iosif Vulcan” Pedagogical High school, Oradea, Romania, since 1996

- University Degree in Political science at Oradea University, since 2001

- University Degree in Legal Sciences at Alexandru Ioan Cuza Police Academy Bucharest , since 2005

- University Degree in Special psycho pedagogy at Oradea University, since 2010

- Master Degree in Business Managementat Agora University, since 2007

- Master Degree in Integrated in primary and pre-school education at Oradea University, since 2010

- Teacher and psychologist in School Centre for Inclusive Education No. 1 Oradea (special school), Romania, since 1996

- Founder member and vice-president of ANPPO Association-Psychologists National Teachers' AssociationRomania, 2011-2013

- Member of SEN Association-Support Education Network, Romania, since 2015

- Deputy Headmaster in School Centre for Inclusive Education No. 1 Oradea, Romania, 2002-2008, since 2015

- Deputy Headmaster in School Centre for Inclusive Education Orizont Oradea, Romania, 2010-2013

- Director in School Centre for Inclusive Education No. 3 Oradea, Romania, 2009-2010

- Trainer certified by Romanian Working Minister and Education Minister , since 2009

- Methodist of the Teachers' Training Center of Bihor County, 2013-2014

- Member of the National Body of Experts in Educational Management since 2012

Contact:

E-mail: erdelielena@yahoo.com

Phone: +40 749590822

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LACRIMIOARA ADINA SIPOS

- Pedagogical High School Degree at “Iosif Vulcan” Pedagogical High school, Oradea, Romania, since 1997

- University Degree in Political science at Oradea University, since 2005

- Teacher in School Centre for Inclusive Education No. 1 Oradea (special school), Romania, since 1997

- Union leader, since 2013

- Responsible  for methodical committee at school level, since 2012

- Member on mentoring committee at school level

- Member of the Committee for evaluation and quality assurance in school

- Member of the Commission projects and educational programs of school

-  Responsible for educators teaching circle at Bihor county level, since 2013

- Trainer certified by Romanian Working Minister and Education Minister, since 2015

 

 

 

 

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