Trainings in Moderation/Facilitation and in Visual Scribing and Graphic Facilitation Skills
In 2018, DVV International Georgia launched the new project “Knowledge Warehouse“, that aimed at introducing innovative and creative adult education methods in Georgia. In the framework of the project trainings in public discussion and debate moderation/facilitation skills, as well as in visual scribing and graphic facilitation skills took place this year.
In April 2018 trainers from the Center for Change and Conflict Management, ‘Partners-Georgia’, conducted the first five-day phase of the moderation and facilitation training. The German OSB International Systemic Consulting held the next training phase in June 2018. Fifteen young people aged 25-35 years from Tbilisi and different regions of Georgia participated in the training.
In July 2018 a four-day innovative training in Visual Communication and Graphic Facilitation was held. It was conducted by Christian Ridder, trainer of the German organization “Business As Visual”, and attended by 15 Georgian trainers, moderators/facilitators, coaches, consultants, psychologists and managers from Tbilisi and the regions. Trainers from the AE center of the Tbilisi Ivane Javakhishvili State University as well as “Partners Georgia” were also present at the training. At the next stage of the project the trainers Pavle Tvaliashvili and Mariam Sakevarashvili, who were participants of the training for Visual Communication and Graphic Facilitation, shared their gained knowledge from the training with the representatives of the 10 regional AE Centers and the AE network founded by DVV International. All participants received completion certificates.
At the end of the project public discussions on the „New Labor Legislation and Pension Reform in Georgia” were organized in the AE centers of Ambrolauri, Senaki, Jvari and Chokhataruri. The speaker E. Beriashvili, who attended the training for Visual Communication and Graphic Facilitation, visually presented her speech. The discussions were moderated by A. Kochua and N. Kobalia – other participants of the Moderation and Facilitation Training. 67 attendees took part in the discussions.