This project is about learning very interactive gaming methodologies that are used in youth work, therefore most of the training sessions are used for exploring specific games and debriefing the learning processes and gaming mechanisms. In this sense, this is not a “traditional” training programme, as the participants will spend the major part of the training discovering these games by playing them. The training focuses more on
de-constructing mechanisms of educative games and learning how to facilitate an aware learning process through debriefing with youth.
The training uses gaming methodological approaches for learning (or fostering learning of others), this is central to the project. As well the training enhances social and learning to learn competences, as it involves a wide range of individuals. It fosters a sense of solidarity and empathy, inter-personal communication and mutual understanding among others.