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Mediation as a tool for interviews

When searching for a job, the participants will usually have to go through a selection process involving an interview. Can outdoor activities actually provide useful skills for the employment process? The next activity will show you how. Name of the activity: Mediation as a tool for interviews Duration: 45 minutes Preferred location: outside, preferably in …

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Imaginary CV

What are the first steps when someone is trying to enter the job market? First, you have to take some time to get to know yourself and your dreams. This activity is intended for people looking for a job or other opportunities, to help them self-reflect and learn more about themselves. Name of the activity: …

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Who am I?

Interviews are a common procedure when entering the job market. So how about practicing them beforehand? This activity will allow participants to have a better understanding of their strengths, while improving communication and presentation skills. Afterwards, they will feel much more prepared for a real job interview! Name of the activity: Who am I? Duration: …

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Which skills do I need?

Name of the activity: Which skills do I need? Duration: 20 minutes Preferred location: outdoor, better in an open space (like a volleyball field). Working method: self-reflection, group confrontation. Purpose (expected impact, outcomes): acknowledging which are the skills needed in the labour market, realizing which are the correct behaviours and what are the things that …

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Theatre and chill

Role-play builds confidence and communication skills, and it can be used to explore the options available to young adults after compulsory education. This next activity is aimed for people that have dropped out of school, as a way of reflecting on their future. Name of the activity: Theatre and chill Duration: 1 hour, depending on …

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