Group and Individual Trainer - Metabadge

Group and Individual Trainer - Metabadge

on May 16, 2018

Group and Individual Trainer - Metabadge

Group and Individual Trainer - Metabadge
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Group and Individual Trainer - Metabadge

Group and Individual Trainer metabadge defines the competence to design, coordinate and implement high quality non-formal education activities according to learner needs. It also includes the ability to deal with heterogeneous groups of young people while

 

Non-violent Communicator

By Badu
on April 26, 2018

Non-violent Communicator

Non-violent Communicator
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Non-violent Communicator
Non-violent Communicator badge demonstrates the ability to use effective techniques which facilitate cooperation, self-reflection and learning while working with individuals and groups. 
Learning Targets
  • Knowledge of Non-violent Communication (NVC) techniques: Knowledge of creating human connections that empower compassionate giving and receiving
  • Knowledge of creating governmental and corporate structures that support compassionate giving and receiving
 
  • Ability to make observations without attaching emotion to it
  • Ability to communicate empathically without the use of guilt, humiliation, blame or threats
  • The ability to share resources so everyone is able to benefit
 
  • Being aware of the interdependence of our well-being
  • Being willing to work together to meet the needs of all concerned
 

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.

Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor
  • Case Study
  • Conducted one workshop on the topic of the activity with youth within 2 months after the activity
  • Conducted critical incident analysis
  • Problem Solving and simulation games on the specific topic of the activity
  • Reflection exercises
  • Scored at least 80% on the final test

Conflict Manager

By EduMobY
on April 26, 2018

Conflict Manager

Conflict Manager
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Conflict Manager
Conflict Manager badge demonstrates the ability to transform potential conflict into constructive discussion and to facilitate the peaceful resolution of conflicts and retribution while working with individuals and groups. 
Learning Targets
  • Knowing tools for describing and analysing conflicts
  • Knowing one's own biographical, often reflexive reaction patterns in conflict situations
  • Knowing how to set parties to reach a SMART agreement (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Time-bound)
 
  • Ability to recognise and deal with conflicts in a rational, balanced and effective way
  • Capacity to transform subject positions from incompatibility/antagonism to compatibility/tolerance
  • Active listening skills
  • Questioning and clarifying skills to grasp both the facts and the areas of controversy
 
  • Open-minded, non-judgemental and accepting and positive
  • Careful trustees of young people's growing vulnerability and openness
  • Ability to empathise and to help participants to understand one another’s point of view
 

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.

Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor

 

Active Listener

By EduMobY
on April 26, 2018

Active Listener

Active Listener
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Active Listener
Active Listener badge demonstrates the ability to use active listening techniques to encourage the group or individual to reach their own resolutions by providing a neutral and non-judgemental space to speak in. 
Learning Targets
  • Knowing about communication models
  • Knowing about 'Active Listening' communication techniques
 
  • Ability to pay attention
  • Ability to paraphrase and summarise the message of the other person including emotions
  • Ability to provide feedback without judgement
  • Ability to reframe the message of the other person and to find a constructive solution
 
  • Actively showing verbal and non-verbal signs of listening
  • Empathy

 

 

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.

Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor

Risk Manager

By Badu
on April 26, 2018

Risk Manager

Risk Manager
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Risk Manager
Risk Manager badge demonstrates the ability to identify and manage risks (or potential dangers) that may affect young people, youth workers, the youth work organisation and the community you work in. 
Learning Targets
  • Knowing about risk management concepts
  • Knowing about strategies for minimising the chances of someone being injured

 

 
  • Capability to identify and analyse risks
  • Being able to access support and report incidents
  • Being able to formulate a well-informed crisis management plan
  • Being able to develop fast interventions
 
  • Responds immediately to risks before they can develop further
  • Being able to remain calm and in control
 

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.

Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor

Non-verbal Communicator

By Badu
on April 26, 2018

Non-verbal Communicator

Non-verbal Communicator
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Non-verbal Communicator
Non-verbal Communicator badge demonstrates the ability to convey, receive and interpret non-verbal communication while working with individuals and groups in order to better facilitate their learning and growth. 
Learning Targets
  • Knowing about the non-verbal part of communication (e.g. facial expressions, speech patterns, gestures, body language, proxemics, posture, appearance, habitus, respiration and body reactions)
 
  • Ability to use, recognise and interpret body language & non-verbal communication in a culturally appropriate manner
  • Ability to adjust your tone, gestures and facial expressions to the interlocutor
     
 
  • Have an open mind towards cultural diversity
  • High level of empathy
  • Attitude of inspiring change in others' behaviour
 

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.

Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor
  • Case Study
  • Conducted one workshop on the topic of the activity with youth within 2 months after the activity
  • Conducted critical incident analysis
  • Problem Solving and simulation games on the specific topic of the activity
  • Reflection exercises
  • Scored at least 80% on the final test

Inclusion Strategist

By Badu
on April 26, 2018

Inclusion Strategist

Inclusion Strategist
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Inclusion Strategist
Inclusion Strategist badge demonstrates the ability to identify specific individual needs and to implement inclusion strategies in order to include a wider range of people and thus help them reach their full potential. 
Learning Targets
  • Knowing about the UN Disability Convention
  • Knowing about methods of inclusive education
 
  • Being able to recognise the special needs of all participants
  • Being able to provide tailor-made preparation, support and follow-up for people with fewer opportunities
  • Capacity to successfully interact and overcome issues when being confronted with situations involving exclusion

 

 
  • Showing respect for diversity
  • Acceptance of all individuals with all their strengths and weaknesses
 

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.

Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor
  • Case Study
  • Conducted one workshop on the topic of the activity with youth within 2 months after the activity
  • Conducted critical incident analysis
  • Problem Solving and simulation games on the specific topic of the activity
  • Reflection exercises
  • Scored at least 80% on the final test

Group Facilitator

By Badu
on April 27, 2018

Group Facilitator

Group Facilitator
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Group Facilitator
Group Facilitator badge demonstrates the ability to facilitate the learning process of groups by providing guidance when necessary without overly influencing the group dynamic.  
Learning Targets
  • Knowing about group dynamics
  • Knowing about favourable group learning environments
 
  • Being able to deal with group dynamics, heterogeneity, needs, motivation and prior experience
  • Being able to identify roles and define responsibilities of the group members
  • Capacity to enable groups to work more effectively; to collaborate and achieve synergies
 
  • Showing an understanding of learners’ feelings and needs
  • Strengthening learners' independence and believing in their existing abilities and potential
  • Being willing to deal with different opinions and conflicts
 

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.

Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor

 

  • Case Study
  • Conducted one workshop on the topic of the activity with youth within 2 months after the activity
  • Conducted critical incident analysis
  • Problem Solving and simulation games on the specific topic of the activity
  • Reflection exercises
  • Scored at least 80% on the final test

NFL Program Designer

By Badu
on April 27, 2018

NFL Program Designer

NFL Program Designer
Non formal learning
Badge Details
NFL Program Designer
NFL Program Designer badge demonstrates the ability to create, implement and manage effective non-formal educational programmes.  
Learning Targets
  • Knowledge concerning non-formal education (NFL): educational activities which take place outside the formal system
  • Applying didactic methods and contents in order to improve the learning outcomes in youth education
 
  • Being able to determine the goals of a training
  • Being able to recognise the prior experiences and constraints of the target group in order to select appropriate non-formal learning methods
  • Being able to apply a variety of non-formal learning methods such as team-building activities, small group work, various discussion formats, individual and group presentations, ice-breakers, best practice sharing
  • Being able to assess the output of the training
 
  • Showing a pro-active attitude
  • Being creative and adaptable
  • Showing passion for group dynamics
 

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.

Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor

 

  • Case Study
  • Conducted one workshop on the topic of the activity with youth within 2 months after the activity
  • Conducted critical incident analysis
  • Problem Solving and simulation games on the specific topic of the activity
  • Reflection exercises
  • Scored at least 80% on the final test

Effective Evaluator

By Badu
on April 27, 2018

Effective Evaluator

Effective Evaluator
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Effective Evaluator
Effective Evaluator badge demonstrates the ability to develop evaluative practices to assess and implement appropriate changes in individuals and groups. 
Learning Targets
  • Knowing about evaluation terms and definitions
  • Understanding the different roles of evaluators
  • Knowing about evaluation methods

 

 
  • Being able to evaluate initial aims, define questions, criteria and indicators
  • Being able to choose and apply an appropriate methodological approach
  • Being able to analyse the data and to communicate the results in an appropriate way
  • Capacity to develop an adequate final evaluation report
 
  • Being a systematic person who is able to analyse situations and reflect on practices
  • Enjoying professional development
 

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.

Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor
  • Case Study
  • Conducted one workshop on the topic of the activity with youth within 2 months after the activity
  • Conducted critical incident analysis
  • Problem Solving and simulation games on the specific topic of the activity
  • Reflection exercises
  • Scored at least 80% on the final test