06 feb Short GloRe Online Training For Organisations Staff
Training Course / 21 February 2022 | Italy
GloRe is hosting a Technical Training to guide you through the process of activating your organisation’s account on the GloRe platform, allowing to issue a certificate of the soft skills they by volunteers while volunteering.
The GloRe Technical Training is the first step to get an active account in the GloRe certification system. The training will provide newcomers with the competences to use the GloRe certification platform with their volunteers and to provide a clear understanding of rights, duties and opportunities related to the use of the certification system and to the membership in The GloRe Network.
According to that, this training addresses staff members whose organisations deal with European Solidarity Corps, international or local volunteers and willing to improve their learning awareness and to provide the volunteers with a Soft Skill Certificate off GloRe.
Technical Training Schedule
IMPORTANT: Upon participation, it is necessary to complete an e-learning module which requires 40-60 minutes to be done properly.
2:00 pm CEST Short intro and Individual and organisation presentation
2:30 pm CEST GloRe Presentation, Q&A
3:30 pm CEST Work in small groups on the specific soft skills
4:00 pm CEST Practical presentation of the certification process, Q&A
4:30 pm CEST Quiz
4:45 pm CEST Next steps, deadlines, evaluation of the meeting and closing
5:00 pm CEST Closing.
The Certification Platform
It is a certification platform that allows both international and local volunteers to receive a certificate with recognition of the soft skills they acquired while volunteering.
The latest version of the platform, launched in March 2021, enables users to get a certificate either in English, Turkish, Italian, Spanish or Portuguese. Volunteers have the possibility to go through 26 e-learning modules that help them in assessing their level in each soft-skill (the ones certified by the platform) and in creating a short dossier about their learning. At the end of the process the host organisation will validate the certificate, taking responsibility for approving the information on it. The platform is complementary to other certifications as Youthpass and is meant to provide volunteers with a flexible and reliable certificate, while investing a few hours on it. The certificate is recognised internationally by the members of The GloRe Network international community and by several educational and public institutions.
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