Project partners invite to Sport Against Violence and Exclusion (SAVE) training cycle. The training cycle is designed to develop competencies for reducing the incidence of violence and social exclusion among sports coaches and physical education teachers who work with children aged 6-14.
The essence of the project: In today's society, it is very important to uphold values such as respect and inclusion and combat violence and exclusion. Because of their attitude or personal experience, young people and pupils involved in sports can behave in an intolerable or harsh manner. We believe that sport is one of the best means of personality formation, so it is important to teach and nurture positive values and to react appropriately to the manifestations of negative behavior.
The aim of the project is to enable physical education teachers and trainers to use appropriate methods and tools to respond to the negative attitudes of pupils and young people that lead to violence or exclusion.
The main goals of the project are:
- To recognize and develop skills and competencies such as discipline, teamwork, and self-education through sport.
- To support amateur sports clubs and encourage them to involve young people in sports activities.
- To support intercultural dialogue, foster a sense of belonging to a group and willingness to participate, thus promote social cohesion and social inclusion.
The training program consists of five topics: