Programme for Youth in Fragile Settings
"A Coaching Programme for Youth in Fragile Settings: a Training of Coaches" started on Tuesday 9 May 2017 in New Delhi. At the opening ceremony, participants were welcomed by Dr Sher Verick, ILO Country Office Deputy Director.
The programme consists of a face-to-face workshop from 9 to 12 May 2017 followed by a distance learning component, and a second face-to-face component in November 2017. Both workshops will take place at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, thanks to precious support from the ILO India Country Office and Decent Work Country Team. The contents and training materials for the programme were developed by the Centre and the Development Alchemists.
During the first phase, thirteen participants will be provided with information on basic concepts and definitions of coaching, using key coaching tools to deal with the most common challenges faced by young entrepreneurs in a fragile context. The methodology used in the workshop, in line with the "Turin approach", is highly interactive and participatory: in addition to content-intensive sessions, the programme also integrates a number of hands-on exercises and coaching practice to equip participants with the right tools to help them establish their own coaching experience.
Find out more about the programme on the Supporting Initiative for the Promotion of Decent Work in Situations of Fragility website: https://fragilestates.itcilo.org/2017/05/11/coaching-programme-youth-fragile-settings/
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