C1 Organizational Skills

 

Christiane Lensch, IB | Germany

The plan worked out is that PWD (a person with a disability) is empowered to carry out the organization of an event, which is normally organized for him. As a first step, this could be a birthday party as a smaller event. In a second step, the organization of a workshop, where PWD teach other PWD to produce pompons, mosaic, origami etc. and also provide food and drinks for this event is the target.


The skills needed to match all the necessary preconditions for the organization of such an event are:

 

  • Commitment
  • Punctuality
  • Communication
  • Patience
  • Reliability
  • Team ability
  • IT-Knowledge


The methods used by the team shall be group discussion/ brainstorming, visualization of steps/activities and workgroup (photos of participants) and role plays/interviews. A timetable and checklist were worked out and the dates for the next meetings and goals to be achieved according to the deadlines in the project were determined.

 

Max Beer, The Playhouse (Communication skills and Technical skills): We will be working with Lilliput Theatre Company (who are a group of adults with learning difficulties) to record two songs which they wrote last year, in partnership with our music tutor. We will also produce a video for the two songs, working in partnership with a film-maker, and a cover for the CD / DVD working in partnership with an art tutor.


We will work with our local Health Authority – Western Health & Social Care Trust – to assess how involvement in these arts activities can impact on the learning disabled clients’ technical and communication skills. Tasks are undertaken by the learning disabled clients will include singing, acting, the design of art-work, and agreeing on ideas for storyboarding the two videos, choosing filming locations, costumes, characters etc.     


The results should be available to be presented at the STELLA meeting to Athens, April 18-21.

Lina Trebiene, Jaunuoliu dienos centras/Lithuania (Social behavior and Team abilities): We focused on social behavior at work. We defined the STELLA team, the leaders and the methods:

 

  • Talents and limits;
  • Skills list;
  • Experimental learning;
  • Role play;
  • Interviews;
  • Visual presentations.

 

The methods used by the team shall be group discussion/ brainstorming, visualization of steps/activities and workgroup (photos of participants) and role plays/interviews. A timetable and checklist were worked out and the dates for the next meetings and goals to be achieved according to the deadlines in the project were determined.

 

 

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