Consilium Education & Training / Consilium Development & Training

'unlocking potential through learning'

UK and Polish GSVs together 2014

May 2014 Green Gym Volunteers, working with Worcestershire Wildlife Trust volunteers

WANTED in Italy - A UK Volunteer

RECRUITING NOW! HURRY! 15th November 2014 Deadline

UK volunteer needed to work in an informal education centre
with children from 2 yrs old and upwards.

The placement is with our supportive and friendly partners, an NGO in Palermo, Italy www.casaofficina.it

Start Date: 1st February 2015 End Date: 31st July 2015

For further info Click here

or email us at: evs.consiliumdt@gmail.com

Erasmus+

Welcome to Consilium ...
Learning doesn't just stop when you leave school or university; it is a lifelong process which enriches you as a person and can lead to greater opportunities in your work or personal life. And you're never too old to learn! This belief is at the heart of Consilium.
As Henry Ford said...
 "Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty"

We aim to help people unlock their potential through learning - whether through formal or informal education. Our programmes and projects provide opportunities to increasing knowledge, skills and a wider experience of other cultures.

They include: Education, Training and Volunteering opportunities; Forest School, Bushcraft, Social Inclusion, Emotional Inteligence, Youth in Action, EVS, Work experience. (Many of our programmes and projects are funded through the European Commission's Erasmus+ programme)

Partner News ...

Our partners, Experiment in International Living UK, are currently fundraising for their new peacebuilding training course, 'Changing Minds - Worcester'. This course aims to explore conflict and peacebuilding through workshops, discussions, interfaith dialogue and visits to differnt places of worship. They are also running a training for young people into football called FAIR Play (Football Against Intollerance and Racism).

Good luck guys :)

See www.eiluk.org for details.

Chibrofam

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