Becoming an EUAA trainer
THIS MODULE IS NOT TRANSLATED. IT IS AVAILABLE IN ENGLISH ONLY.
Persons involved in assessing EUAA certified training modules Future trainers of the European Asylum Curriculum
8h online learning
1.5 days face-to-face
1h independent learning (essential readings)
Version 1 (2022)
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS & PREREQUISITES
Any qualification at EQF Level 4 or equivalent
The aim of this module is to prepare future EUAA trainers to apply a learner-centred approach, explore training techniques and manage common challenges that occur during training.
This module focuses on the applied storytelling narrative, real branching scenarios and game-based elements (i.e., point scoring, learning badges) found in several European Asylum Curriculum modules. Using case studies and practical examples of successful good practices, it also addresses realistic scenarios that EUAA trainers encounter in their role.
Describe the learner centred approach in the context of EUAA training
Prepare for training delivery in the context of EUAA training and in line with a learner centred approach
Explain techniques to facilitate and motivate vocational learning, in a range of learning environments
Manage challenges during the learning process
Identify the role and responsibilities of the trainer in ensuring the quality of training
This module is delivered through a blended learning methodology (online, face-to-face and independent learning). Online learning uses a gamified learning approach that assess progress toward the learning outcomes, and face-to-face sessions focus on complex elements that require discussion.
This module is not assessed and as a rule is delivered together with the module Becoming an EUAA assessor under the name of Becoming an EUAA Trainer and Assessor (BETA)