Tales from the volunteers

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Our latest Vocational Educational Training (VET) project ‘Moving Feet Opening Minds’, may have come to an end, but the effort from participants to spread the word about it, is still going.

Our partners from Askham Bryan College have just sent us pictures of an exhibition developed and held by some participants who took part in a VET project in Aruba. During their project they developed skills in animal management.

Here are some pictures of this exhibition:

Exhibition about a VET project in Aruba

 

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Croatia news

At their return from their Vocational Educational Training (VET) project in Croatia, young trainees from Askham Bryan College created a poster about their experience. This poster has been displayed at their college to show class mates what they did in their project and what they learnt.

Project part of Moving Feet Opening Minds, co-fundeded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union and organised with Askham Bryan College and Velebitsko Kuterevo.
 
 

 
 

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As part of our Vocational Educational Training (VET) project Moving Feet Opening Minds, young trainees produced a presentation about their sport coaching project in Sweden. Back in the UK, they showcased the following PowerPoint to their class mates.

They all seemed to have a great experience out there, developing skills in sport coaching at IDEUM.

Project supported by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union and organised with Newton Rigg / Askham Bryan College.

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In February, a group of students from Kirklees College in Huddersfield took part in a Vocational Education Training (VET) project in Martinique. During two weeks they were involved in activities organised by our partner Youth In The Town (Jeunesse Dans La Ville); teaching various sports to young people and coaching them.
This project is part of Moving Feet Opening Mind, funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.

Tyrone: “My favourite training activity was football because the children were really enthusiastic and that made me really enjoy coaching them”
“Professionally I have learnt how to coach children of different ages as well as how to overcome language barriers”

Alex: “During the project I have taken part in many different activities such as athletics football, gymnastic and synchronised swimming”
“My favourite activity was gymnastics because it was great fun to working with a large age range of kids and being able to teach them and guide them in their activities”

Qamar: “Each and every kind of activities was my favourite because the children I thought were very positive, very bubbly and also enthusiastic. They were very easy to work with and engaging at every session we took part in.”

Leigha: “Personally, I’ve learnt to develop my speaking skills, and being more confident in speaking to groups.”

Afzaal: “Professionally, I’ve learnt how to adjust sessions to meet the requirements of young people.”

Myles: “Since being here, I’ve taking part in many different sports I’ve normally never get the chance to do; for example basket ball, gymnastics and athertics.”

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As part of their Vocational Educational Training project in Malta, two vocational trainees created a How To guide “Low Season Bird Keeper”.

This project is part of Moving Feet Opening Minds, supported by the Mediterraneo Marine Park Malta and funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.

This project guide has been created by Clare Barker and Jessica Watson.

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As part of our Vocational Educational Training (VET) project Moving Feet Opening Minds, young trainees produced a presentation about their animal care project in Croatia. Back in the UK, they created the following presentation for their class mates and future participants.

They all seemed to have a great experience out there, developing skills in animal care at  Velebitsko Kuterevo.

Project co-fundeded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union and organised with Askham Bryan College and  Velebitsko Kuterevo.

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A new exhibition about our Vocational Educational Training project has happened at Askham Bryan College. This time their trainees who went to Malta who shared their experience with other students.  In this exhibition they explain the activities they took part in, as well as what they’ve learnt personally and professionally.

Their project was hosted by the Tomasina Cat Sanctuary . This opportunity is part of Moving Feet Opening Minds, funded by the Erasmus+ project of the European Commission.

 

Zoom of this exhibition:

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As part of their Vocational Educational Training project in Aruba, two vocational trainees created a guide explaining “How to prepare the visitor centre at the aruba donkey sanctuary”.

This project is part of A Different Kettle of Fish, supported by the Aruba Donkey Sanctuary and Askham Bryan College and funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.

This project guide has been created by Rebecca Hewick and Jessica Watson .

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Two trainees from Askham Bryan College, who went to the Vocational Educational Training (VET) in Aruba produced a guide about the project at their return. This guide explains “How to prepare an animal for a veterinary procedure”.

This project guide has been created by Rowan Halligan and Neve Bray.

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As part of their Vocational Educational Training project in Aruba, two vocational trainees created a guide explaining “How to complete a husbandry routine and general maintenance at the aruba donkey sanctuary”.

This project is part of A Different Kettle of Fish, supported by the Aruba Donkey Sanctuary and Askham Bryan College and funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.

This project guide has been created by Rebecca Hawkins and Casey Wilson.

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