EvsMOTIONS Training Course in Sajan, Serbia

In perioada 15-24 iulie am participat la trainingul „EvsMotions” ce a avut loc in Sajan, mic orasel din Serbia. Acest curs a fost destinat persoanelor care lucreaza cu voluntari SEV cu scopul de a le fructifica cunostitele despre cum sa sustina voluntarii in contextul emotional si eliberator de stres.

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Obiectivele cursului au fost: constientizarea mentorilor / tutorilor / facilitatorilor de propriile emotii greu de gestionat ce apar in timpul lucrului cu voluntari SEV, cu oportunitati reduse ; sa invete modalitati de autoevalure si sa dezvolte competente emotionale proprii; sa introduca  conceptul de inteligenta emotionala si relevanta acestuia pentru  dezvoltarea personala si profesionala; sa dezvolte si sa integreze competentele L2L dintr -o perspectiva emotionala

in lucrul cu voluntari SEV;  dezvoltarea conștiinței de sine în ceea ce privește propriile limite , caracterul și personalitatea si impactul asupra procesului de mentorat voluntari SEV.

Astfel, trainerii Suzana Krstic, Diego Marin si Marko Pejovic au rezervat urmatoarele zile pentru a explora cele 4 emotii principale: frică, furie, tristete si fericire, avand o zi libera intre ultimele doua. Inainte de aceasta, fiecare a primit un „prieten foarte bun” care trebuia sa ii fie alaturi celuilalt in toate momentele.

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Analizarea in amanunt a acestor emotii a fost urmata de invatarea unor tehnici de comunicare, cum sa fim ascultatori, observatori si povestitori si ce implica acestea, cum sa fim empatici si cum sa dam un feedback (sa vorbim concret despre cele intamplate, sa spunem ce ne-a placut, ce ne-ar placea sa fie imbunatatit si ce recomandari avem). De asemenea am invatat si despe „I-speech” si ce presupune aceasta metoda: trebuie sa vorbim concret despre cele intamplate (When I see/ hear… ), sa spunem ceea ce simtim (I feel… ), sa precizam nevoile (I have a need of… ) si sa spunem ce ne dorim cu adevarat in final (I would like…).

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In ultima zi, dupa ce am analizat ce nu am inteles, la ce mai avem nevoie de practica si la ce am dobandit cunostintele corespunzatoare, fiecare a trebuit sa isi aleaga un atelier conform propriilor dorinte si nevoi.

Dupa evaluarea cursului in care fiecare trebuia sa spuna ce a invatat in aceasta perioada, ce notiuni ia acasa si ce transmite grupului, s-a organizat o petrecere de bun ramas.

Consider ca in urma acestui training organiat de Vele Georgiev (Culture Goes Europe) si Aleksej Stepanov (Culture Goes Europe) am invatat cum sa constientizez  anumite emotii si cum le pot identifica, am invatat foarte multe jocuri de cunoastere si energizante, dar si jocuri de incredere, am inteles importanta I-spech-ului si sper sa il pot pune in practica si am invatat cum sa acord un feedback. Chiar mi-a placut tare mult sa iau parte la aceasta activitate.

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Between 15th to 24th of July I have participated in the training “EvsMotions” that took place in Sajan, small town in Serbia. This course activity is designed for staff (mentors/tutors/facilitator) from partner organizations who will be directly working with the EVS volunteers for more skills and knowledge how to give support EVS volunteers in a context of emotional management and stress relief.

The course objectives were:  to empower mentors/tutors/facilitators to be aware of their own difficult-to-handle fillings that arise during their work with EVS volunteers with fewer opportunities; to learn ways to self-assess and develop own emotional competencies; to introduce the concept of emotional intelligence and its relevance for professional and

personal development; to develop and to integrate the L2L competences from a perspective of emotional management in the work with EVS volunteers; to develop the self-awareness regarding his/her own limits, character & personality and its impact on the EVS mentoring/facilitating process and learning preferences.

So, trainers Suzana Krstic, Diego Marin and Marko Pejovic have reserved the four next days to explore the four main emotions: fear, anger, sadness and joy, with a day off between the last two. Before this, each received a “best friend” that he had to be with and develop conversations about a topic given in all moments.

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Analyzing in detail these emotions was followed by learning new communication techniques, how to be a listener, an observer and a speaker, how to be empathetic and how to give feedback (talk specifically about what happened, say what we liked, we would love to be improved and what recommendations  we have). I also learned about “I-speech” and this method implies: we have to talk specifically about what happened (When I see / Hear …), say what we feel (I feel …), to mention our needs (I have a need of …) and say what we really want in the end (I would like …).

On the last day, after we analyzed what we did not understand and what we need to practice, each had to choose a workshop according to their desires and needs.

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After evaluating the course in which each had to say what he learned during this period, what notions are we taking home and share something with the group, we organized a farewell party .

I believe that after this training organized by Vele Georgiev ( Culture Goes Europe) and Aleksej Stepanov ( Culture Goes Europe) I learned how to be aware of certain emotions and how I can identify them , I learned many energizers and trust games, I realized  „I spech ‘s” importace and I hope I will put it into practice and I learned how to give feedback. I really liked very much to taking part in this training course. (Alina Elena Cojocariu, România)

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