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Selected Participants for a Youth Workers' Training on GRAPHIC FACILITATION SKILLS in 19-26.02.2022

Updated: Feb 13, 2023

Selected Participants for the Training Course:

Thinking and Sharing with Images for Intercultural and Mutual Understanding February 2023 Gyöngyös, Hungary

We are very proud to announce the final selected participants out of 35 candidates that expressed an interest applying the relevant application for the TC that MOSTart Association organized focusing in creative thinking and mind mapping via digital skills. The objective of this TC is to ease communication among youth workers and youngsters from

different cultures, to reduce the probability of misunderstandings and conflicts during daily

working processes and to build a higher level of awareness and understanding when working

in an intercultural environment through acquiring graphic facilitation skills. Graphic facilitation

supports deep dialogue and encourage constructive action by participants representing a

considerable diversity of cultures, languages, and traditions of faith. Graphic work moves

beyond recording “call out” statements from participants to more nuanced, reflective, and

participatory representations of large and small group dynamics. It contributes significantly to

participant engagement and sustainability of the learning outcomes. The general objective of TC is to increase the quality of the methodological tools available to youth workers and their organizations, who work with young people in multicultural contexts, with ethnic or migration background and lack of cultural, social and educational resources, through the knowledge and practice of bases of sketch-noting and visual facilitation. This training is aimed at those who wish to use the potential of visual real-time documentation in training courses, process monitoring, or coaching in youth work.

The group of our exceptional youth is the following:

Vasileia Georgiou, is a Food Technology (BSc) graduate from School of Agricultural Sciences at University of Thessaly. Her native language is Greek but she is also a proficient user of English and an intermediate user of French. Her work experience includes an Internship in the Food Technology field, marketing promotion, summer camp team leading and costumer services. She has also attended many seminars and participated in competitions and mobility programs. She also has many hobbies such as photography, sketching and playing guitar. She is constantly developing skills and chasing new experiences such as volunteering and Erasmus projects. She is a certified EER Youth Worker.

George Kouikoglou has been born in Kavala and is a graduate of Landscape Architecture and also graduate of the Higher Technological School of Food, Nutrition and Agriculture. He has also studied geoinformatics (3rd degree of Higher Education). He is a proficient use of English and is certified with several other ICT credentials. He is an ACTA CAD specialist. He has been an erasmus student abroad for his internship. He has also participated in several E+ mobilities. He is a certified EER Youth Worker.

Antigoni Prodromidi is a student of the Department of Management Science and Technology, Athens University of Business and Economics. In her free time she loves to paint and cook. She has participated in several youth mobilities and has also experience as a volunteer. SHe has advanced skills in several ICT shoftware programs. Within her professional experience she has also been a Leader of summer camp for the last 2 summers (2021-22). She speaks fluently English and quite well French. She is a certified EER Youth Worker.


— participants explore and better understand the need for visual facilitation of learning in the

youth activities nowadays

— attendees will be equipped with a variety of tools and methods applicable in visual facilitation and mapping of educational and informational activities in the youth field

— practical skills will be developed in using important components of visual facilitation e.g. shapes, colours, composition, hand-writing, visual metaphors, analysing and summing up of information

— basis for further development of skills on the individual and organisational level have been

set, thus ensuring the exploitation of newly gained knowledge for the benefit of NGOs and a

variety of learners we work with.

Dear our EER representatives, we wish you all the best, and a fruitful training process..!

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