Short term training event
Gressoney Saint Jean, 1 - 7 April 2018
Between 1 and 7 April took place in Italy, Gressoney Saint Jean in the Alps, a training of the trainers event in the framework of the European Erasmus +, Strategic Partnerships, Mont-Guide +. The event was hosted by the Italian partner "Monterosa Academy" and supported by the project coordinator Romanian Mountain Guides Association.The event was addressed to Romanian, Bulgarian and Italian trainers who form mountain guides or teach skills specific to this occupation to improve their skills for sports and teaching in line with the latest pedagogical trends. The project partners were both trainers and learners, thus exchanging good practice. The training took place both in the classroom and in the mountain environment of the Alps.The main topics discussed were:Sportive part:- Developing the practical set of climbing skills needed to guide customers on snow, glaciers, ice, and mixed rock and ice routes.- Developing risk management skills: glacier trips, rescue flights, avalanche rescuePedagogical part:- Development of e-learning content- Good practices on different teaching methods: face-to-face, collaborative, mind mapping and work-based learning
Because the project promotes e-learning as modern educational pedagogy we are sharing free of charge the interactive resource created by project partner EDUFOR with the occasion of short term training event in Gressoney.
This resource will help beginner e-learning developers in creating new projects and provides examples of best practices in e-learning.
Blended mobility of VET learners
Gressoney Saint Jean - Italy, 16-25 March 2019
Between 16-25 March, in in Italy, in the Gressoney area (Valea Aosta) take place a mobility action part of the mountain guides course organized by the Romanian Mountain Guides Association (AGMR) into the project frame. The training is one of the results of the partnership between the Association of Mountain Guides in Romania and the Monte Rosa Academy and has as main objective the improvement of the future mountain guides in the field of skiing and mountain safety.
On this occasion, the participants developed their ski technique and winter safety skills in avalanche rescue, amaraje and snowflake drills and were able to take a picture of the Monte Rosa mountain range and ski area.
The training program focuses specifically on training skills for guiding ski tourists outside the slopes, Monte Rosa area offering the participants a lot of opportunities in this area.