ITT in full swing!
The International Training of Trainers (ITT) in Jambville, France welcomed 34 participants from 23 member countries last Sunday. For the past week, they have been engaged in various sessions on training systems, the assessment of their effectiveness and their improvement. There was also a special session on project management that required participants to create projects with the support of the facilitators.
Additionally, they took part in optional sessions where they discussed about the Youth Programme, Youth Involvement and Adults in Scouting policies. Other sessions highlighted the challenges faced by National Scout Organizations such as the implementation of the Child and Youth Protection procedures, Global Support Assessment Tool and the Wood Badge framework.
It has been an eye-opening and stimulating experience so far, thanks to the presence of representatives from all six WOSM regions. Numerous insights and best practices have been shared by this very diverse group of participants who are actively involved in the management of training systems and adults in Scouting.
The ITT aims to enable trainers to master the skills of designing and operating training systems, with the ultimate goal of training and developing of adults in Scouting. It ends on 31 July 2016.