5 Day residential training course | Askov, Denmark
20 - 24 May 2019
The aim is to strengthen the competences of culture volunteers and managers in sparsely populated areas to provide available and involving arts and culture opportunities for the local communities with an added value for civic participation, community bonding and local identity.
The teaching will be based on participatory and activity-based methods, integrating theory and shared experience with a focus on the transferability of the learned into future tasks in your own organisation. There will be a blend of lectures, trainers’ presentations, plenum discussions, workshops, small group work, and peer-to-peer learning. A guided evening tour at Askov Folk High School, an afternoon excursion to the network of cultural heritage museums at the west coast of Jutland, an evening visit to the local amateur theatre and culture house in Askov as well as an afternoon visit to the local Arts Museum will help the participants to experience “best practice” of culture volunteering.
Certificate of Attendance
Participants will get a Certificate of Attendance stating the frame, content, method and the working hours of the course.
Full details are available below:
For information on applying for Erasmus+ Mobility grants towards participation in this course as a staff member in a relevant organisation, please see the following document:
- Erasmus+ Mobility Programme Guide (page 71-77)