A training of trainers course

Engaging returned volunteers as active citizens

Date: 24th- 28th of April.

Location: Stuttgart, Germany


An invitation for practitioners to ‘step out’ of your practice and reflect on what you are doing in your role as a facilitator. The course will offer an opportunity to review your practice with a view to ‘stepping back in’ equipped with a deeper sense of the complexities of training and context within which you are working.

Who is this course for:

People who work with international volunteers who undertake placements in the global south;

People who want to develop their skills as a facilitator who supports critical engagement on active citizenship



What will you get out of it?

  • A unique space for exchange and reflection on working with international volunteers and facilitator’s role in supporting them in their journey towards active citizenship
  • Reflection on our practices and common issues we face, including power and privilege, group dynamics and international volunteering as a learning experience
  • Opportunity to meet and learn from other EU facilitators that work with international volunteers
  • An introduction to the “Volunteering for the Future” resources – research, pan-EU training and manuals adapted for country-specific contexts



For more details

Email rosalind.duignan-pearson@volunteeringmatters.org.uk with any questions and for an application form


Accommodation and food costs will be covered; travel expenses from outside Germany will be covered up to €275


Funded by Erasmus+ as part of the Volunteering for the Future programme