ESC Mid-Term Evaluation training concludes in Zrece
A four-day ESC (European Solidarity Corps) mid-term evaluation training took place from February 11-14 in Zrece, Slovenia, organised by the Slovenian national agency Movit, in which EUSA also participated.
EUSA, through its Institute, is a proud European Solidarity Corps quality label owner, being able to host and take part in volunteering activities, jobs and traineeships, as well as solidarity projects, supported by the European Union and Movit.
Two current EUSA employees joined the EUSA Institute in Ljubljana as European Solidarity Corps participants, with Communications Officer Fabio De Dominicis taking part in the four-day evaluation training in northern Slovenia.
The ESC mobility programme includes participants from EU and programme countries, with this particular training involving 30 volunteers and employed persons from 15 different countries who are currently being hosted by 15 different organisations in Slovenia.
For the duration of the evaluation training, participants were able to discuss their experiences so far, reflect on what they learned and participate in group activities and smaller group discussions and workshops.
The flexible programme allowed participants to discuss their unique points of interest and inquiry, learning from each other by sharing similar challenges and experiences faced in their particular organisations while also gaining valuable information about future opportunities.
The programme also included a day trip to Rogla, where participants were able to take in the panoramic views from the unique viewing tower above the tree tops of the snow-capped mountains in the distance, before enjoying a delicious lunch.
For more information, please see http://www.movit.si and https://europa.eu/youth/solidarity.