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Non-Formal Education Tools and Methods Used in This Training Course TOPIC

Re Systems Coaching: Apply To All Following Tools

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

-Systems tools are specifically developed for creating alignment between very different groups, expressing marginalised voices and transforming ‘heat’ into a way forward and so a great many of them are very useful for working with migrants and refuges as well as the societies they move in. -The system becomes ‘aware of itself’ and can move into its next iteration (evolve).

STEP BY STEP IMPLEMENTATION

All the coaches in the Toulouse Training were ORSC trained, and therefore used to ORSC ™ tools. There will be similar tools in other systemic models. However we all chose ORSC which was the first (and we think the most evolved and best) systemic coaching training in the world. There are many, many tools but the following are some that we have used in the course of PL

SUGGESTIONS FOR THE FACILITATOR

-All systemic tools can be used in multiple circumstances -They are used to work with groups, teams, pairs, couples, individuals, tribes and whole organisations or nations. Any entity which is alive and grows is a system and can be coached as such. -Needs to be done with a trained systemic coach. -Professional ethics, such as those of the IFC, need to be observed especially with vulnerable people such as refugees. -During the training/ workshop/meeting: Regular check ins and feedback on how people are feeling. End of training: Ask for feedback. -Check back in, say, 3 months. Establish a relationship where they can contact you for further support if necessary -Always co-create objectives together (using DPA) , -Check at end of training they have met group/team/ individual objectives.

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THE PROMISED LAND: Intercultural Learning with Refugees and Migrants  

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Project e-book for THE PROMISED LAND - a cross-sectoral project funded by the Erasmus + programme of the European Union. The book explores...

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