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Erstellt am 2008/09/01, zuletzt geändert am 2017/02/14


GERMAN VERSION

Profile

  • Name

    • Abbreviation: PC

  • Type: Course with 21 hours (2.5 days, 2 overnight stays)

  • Target groups

    • Expedition Assessors (Bronze and Silver)

    • Award Leaders & Award Team Members

    • School mentors

    • Gold Participants (recommended)

  • Aim: Course attendees get the basic understanding of the Award required for any Award work, gives special advice on the delivery of the Expeditions section on the Bronze and Silver levels, introduces the main Award tools and media and results in an action plan covering the first steps of the Award implementation. New Gold participants should use it as an introduction.

  • Contents

    • The Programme Course is the “official” introduction to the Award and premising for attending all further services. Only when at least three members of the team are thus qualified, an organisation is allowed to start Award Work – and in order to stay Operating Authority, it must keep up this minimum standard from then on.

    • The main objective of the course is to understand the Award philosophy, the most important result is a concept of the Award work of the own Unit. It

      • Qualifies Award team members for supervising the participation process and assessing expeditions on the Bronze and Silver levels;

      • Serves new Gold participants as a profound introduction.

    • The training method is “learning by doing” – that’s because active learning methods do not only guarantee lasting learning, but also ensure that all course participants, no matter what age, background or previous knowledge they have, can apply themselves in an active, effective and uncomplicated way. The course covers (1) Award philosophy, (2) Mini Expedition, (3) Participation Process, (4) System & Organisational Pillars and (5) Award Concept & Action Plan. The course starts and ends at home: in a preparatory homework, an individual Award programme has to be designed - and as a follow-up, the draft action plan has to be further discussed.

    • The course is based on Volume 1 of the HandbookA folder should be brought to file hand-outs and results. The three-hour Mini Expedition takes place in any weather and requires hiking clothing. Current information on the course (e.g. about its status) as well as the preparative homework, the seminar place, documents and equipment can be found in the online Course Information.


Programme*)

  • Day 1

    • until 15.15: Registration and check-in

    • 15.30 – 16.00: Introduction and Ice Breaker

    • 16.00 – 17.00: Award Philosophy, Part I

    • 17.00 – 19.30: Mini Expedition: Preparation

    • 20.00 - 21.30: Dinner

  • Day 2

    • 08.30 – 12.00: Mini Expedition

    • 12.00 – 12.45: Mini Expedition: Roundup, Part I

    • 12.45 - 13.45: Lunch

    • 13.45 – 14.30: Mini Expedition: Roundup, Part II (if appropriate)

    • 14.30 – 16.00: Award Philosophy, Part II

    • 16.00 – 17.30: Participation: Planing, Supervision and Documentation, Annual Programme

    • 17.30 – 18.00: System and Organisational Pillars

    • 18.30 – 20.00: Dinner

  • Day 3

    • 08.30 – 09.15: Award Concept & Action Plan: SWOT Analysis

    • 09.15 - 10.45: Award Concept and Action Plan: Concept

    • 10.45 – 11.30: Award Concept and Action Plan: Action Plan

    • 11.30 - 12.00: Roundup

  • *) Subject to modifications


Seminar Materials & Equipment

  • Literature (shared in advance via Dropbox, required at the course on laptop or tablet)

    • Record Book Sheets

    • Certificates Collection

    • Handbook, Volume 1

    • Expedition Guide (in English, only a printed version can be bought at the course)

  • Clothes & Equipment

    • Rain clothes for 3-hour Mini Expedition

    • Laptop or tablet

    • Writing utensils

    • Folder for handouts

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