On 8, 10 and 11 November 2016, the Educational Center PRO DIDACTICA carried out the last module of the seminar-training “Adult Education. Training of Trainers“ with the topic “Teaching Strategies in working with adults”. The activity is part of the project “Partnerships for quality and relevance in ICT vocational education in Moldova”, implemented by the Educational Center PRO DIDACTICA, in partnership with the National Association of ICT Companies, supported by the Austrian Development Agency and the Government of Romania.

The training program is carried out at the Centre of Excellence of Computer Science and Information Technologies (CECSIT) and aims at developing and strengthening participants’ training skills for training sessions that they will hold at their work and will act as resource persons/trainers in the CECSIT and will plan, realise, evaluate continuous trainings for colleagues in technical vocational education institutions that prepare workers and technicians in the field of ICT.

The first two modules were realised in the periods: 3,4 and 6 October 2016 and respectively on 24, 27 and 31 October 2016. Within these two events were discussed the particularities of adult training activities and management training program. Throughout the seminar-training, the participants have demonstrated a high level of motivation and were actively involved and responsible in all activities. Teaching approach was based on cooperation between trainers and participants and application of interactive strategies. In this context, Valentina Chicu and Sergei Lysenko, Tatiana Cartaleanu and Olga Cosovan, Angela Grama-Tomiţă and Livia State – trainers with significant experience in the field, facilitating those three modules, ensuring quality development of teachers skills for working with adults and psychological comfort for all 21 participants.

The next activities, the follow-up, will be held in December. Participants will present the results of their activity and homework – an good opportunity which will allow to exchange experiences and dissemination of successful practices in adult education.

Lilia Nahaba,
Project coordinator