SKOP (The National Platform of Maltese Non Governmental Development Organizations) is organizing a training programme for educators on development issues.
The format of the training starting on Tuesday 14th April 2015 will be delivered in 15 sessions including lecturing, whole group discussion, small group workshops and journal writing.
The training will tackle significant development issues such as Sustainable Development, Consumption, Development and Migration, Climate change, Ethical approaches to development and Children’s’ Rights in the Broader Context of Human Rights.
Please see the programme attached for more details.
The training sessions will be held at the MCVS voluntary hub 181,Melita Street in Valletta startint at15:30 until 17:30.
Participation is OPEN TO ALL TEACHING GRADES and it is FREE OF CHARGE
All participants will be receiving a certificate of attendance (if 80% attendance to the course is ensured)
Register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
SKOP Training Programme for Educators
It is with great pleasure that we invite you to a short event next Saturday 14th of March, 10 am @ the Valletta Volunteer Centre
OFD will be launching it’s animation and Educational Resource “Me…A Refugee?” and the project awarded the President’s Award for the Community - Friendship in Diversity – “M-eye Rights”
While we know it’s a Saturday morning and appreciate it is not always the favourite time for actvities, it is important to us that the children we involved in this activity get to be there too, so we hope that you too will have the time to join us!
We hope to see you there!
10:00 am – 12:00
Valletta Volunteer Centre – click here
If you may kindly RSVP it will help us understand number of attendees!
Warm regards to all
Organisation for Friendship in Diversity
Several PSD Teachers have recently shared with the Malta PSD Association certain concerns and issues met in class. Many suggested that MPSDA should organise informative sessions where PSD teachers and other educators can enhance their professional development as well as ask questions to the right professionals. MPSDA has listened to these concerns and accepted the challenge. In fact, we are sending this email to invite you for this 1st training session.
One of the units in the Form 3 syllabus, more specifically, ‘PSCD 9.5 Understanding growing up changes and making responsible choices’, requires the teacher to provide “information regarding health care issues related to hygiene, breast screening,pap tests (against cervical cancer) and testicular examination (against testicular cancer).” MPSDA understands that this could be quite a challenge in class and know that some of you would like additional information from the right professionals.
Hence, if you are a Primary or a Secondary PSCD teacher, this session will help you to answer any queries you have regarding teaching sexuality topics. If so we encourage you to attend the first short training session by MPSDA by following the details below.
Subject: Primary Prevention- Self examination
Date: 24th February 2015
Time: 5.30 till 7.30pm
Venue: National Curriculum Centre Hamrun
Speaker: Ms Joanne Farrugia from the Health Promotion Department
Price: 5 euro for members of MPSDA, 7 euro for non-members of MPSDA
After the talk there will be time for discussion and time for questions.
Coffee break included
Those who are interested should contact MPSDA on 79255070 to reserve a booking and should then send their payment to PO BOX 10, Malta PSD Association, MSIDA.