Creativity asked the country youth work looking for creative minds for the JuLeiCa training. The JuLeiCa training of national youth work of AWO dedicated to creative design, crafts, and games on the weekend of 8-10 March. Here, the honorary supervisor buy actively numerous skills and ideas in the summer with the children and young people to implement their new knowledge and no boredom in the holidays. Dedicated to prepare children and young people in the summer holidays to take care of not only good, but them also with creative crafts and game offers a nice time without boredom, the JuLeiCa training of national youth work of AWO to creative design, crafts, and games on the weekend of March 8-10. Filed under: NBA. Here the honorary managers acquire active numerous skills and ideas, are however not required in the summer with the children and young people to implement their new knowledge knowledge so that all interested welcome are welcome at the seminar. For example, the tying of bracelets, are on the program of the training Tinkering with natural products, the design and performance of a theatrical performance, and much more. The creative ideas and possibilities are here no limits, but offered the opportunity for the active implementation.
For supervisors, who would serve a holiday camps for the first time at the Saarland country youth movement, participating in one of the games – or creative seminars is duty, where not only theoretical knowledge, but practical exercises fill the majority of the seminar time. As in all seminars of the youth work, it is the goal to educate prospective supervisor competently and playful to responsible and independent workers for holiday camps and to prepare for the holiday camps. The creative Seminar takes place as well as all other courses in the summer school in Ludweiler. The training seminars are based on the principles of the Youth Board (JuLeiCa) and are free of charge for the participants. The registration takes place on the management of the youth work among 06898-850940 or online via ljw saar.de. Stephanie Buchheit