Continuing education calendar in 2019 online!
For our individual customers, the training courses on our website are now listed for the coming year. Individual training courses are only offered in Münster for the time being. Further training will also be planned for Hamburg in the near future. If you would like to train several employees, please contact us (individual training or in-house training). Individual training is currently being developed. The following programs offered:
- Fit for Life-Social Training for Young People
- Fit for cultural diversity-Intercultural competence for young youth
- Behavioural training for school beginners
Cooperation start with the Goethe Institute in Cairo
Dina Gouda, project coordinator at the Goethe-Institut Cairo Copyright: Goethe Institute Cairo, January 2018 “It is wonderful to meet colleagues in Egypt who are committed with heart and competence to a non-violent education in schools. The willingness and openness to be trained for this challenge deserves our respect, “commented Ralf Bornstedt, head of the Bremen Institute of Education and Psychologist (bipp), commenting on the commitment of the participants in a kick-off event. This kick-off workshop on “Non-Violent Education in Schools” was organized by the Goethe Institute Cairo in cooperation with the Egyptian Ministry of Education and the bipp in November 2017. The question of non-violence at school is of great interest to education policy makers, scientists and practitioners in both Egypt and Germany. Numerous concepts have been published. New methods in the classroom have been introduced and have proved their worth. The Egyptian Ministry of Education, the Bremen Institute of Education and Psychologist (bipp) and the Goethe Institute have therefore agreed to work together to take a closer look at this issue. More…
The bipp in Cairo: FIT FOR LIFE as a contribution to the promotion of non-violent education in Egyptian state schools.
On behalf of the Goethe Institute in Cairo and in cooperation with the Egyptian Ministry of Education, the bipp held a three-day KICK-OFF event as part of the project “Non-Violent Education in Schools” from 12.11. Until the 14.11.17 in Cairo. With 20 Egyptian school social workers from state schools, the FIT FOR LIFE-SOZIALTRAINING FOR JUGENDLICHE was presented and practically tested to determine the applicability and transferability to the Arab cultural area. After an intensive professional exchange, the participants came to a unanimous conclusion: The principles of the imparting of universal social skills, as well as the design and structure of the FIT FOR LIFE, can be achieved by making meaningful modifications with Perform Egyptian youth and implement them in schools. You are welcome to contact us for the content of the program.
Development of a new development-oriented training manual for the prevention of extremism and radicalisation on behalf of the Lower Saxony Ministry of Justice-State Prevention Council of Lower Saxony (LPR)
As part of the Lower Saxony National Programme against Right-wing Extremism-for Democracy and Human Rights, the State Prevention Council of Lower Saxony has passed through the University of Jena (Prof. Dr. Andreas Beelmann) had an expert report prepared (10/2017). The report summarizes the current scientific findings on the prevention of right-wing extremism and provides practical recommendations for the development of impact-oriented prevention measures. The bipp will, on the basis of FIT FOR KULTURELLE VIELFALT and under the scientific support of Prof. Dr. Beelmann, a training manual for primary level (3. And 4. Classes), which is to be distributed after the primary schools in Lower Saxony.
The 11th. Edition of the FIT FOR LIFE is published by the BELTZ publishing house
The new edition of the FIT FOR LIFE-Training of social competence for young people appears in a completely new and contemporary design. The action modules were also updated on the basis of our feedback from the practical experience and our training courses and thus improved. The manual is now available at a discounted basis as a softcover version and the working materials are available for download. The continuous and consistent development of this training of social competence for young people since 2001 ensures a first-class application quality. This training is proven in schools, youth vocational assistance, juvenile punishment and the clinical sector. In our training courses, you will learn from highly experienced experts in a practical way an effective implementation. Visit our training courses!
“Network FOR Democracy and Prevention” founded in Lower Saxony
Close up of prevention experts in the fight against right-wing extremism in the context of the 1st century AD. The annual meeting of the “National Programme against Right-wing Extremism for Democracy and Human Rights” was founded on 31 March 2017 in Hanover. It is a new nationwide network of right-wing extremist prevention professionals. Its aim is to jointly combat the spread of far-right ideas and anti-human activity in Lower Saxony and to actively strengthen democratic values. The bipp is involved and will play an active role in the working group “Development-Oriented Prevention & School.” More info
The bipp presents the “Fit for Cultural Diversity” prevention program at the first annual meeting of the Lower Saxony country program “Against Right-wing Extremism-for Democracy and Human Rights.”
State and civil society actors are invited to jointly develop effective measures against right-wing extremism and for democracy promotion, which are to be structurally anchored in Lower Saxony in the long term. On the subject of prevention, a platform for knowledge transfer and professional dialogue between research and practice, the state and civil society will be offered nationwide. The bipp is active and presents the new “Fit for Cultural Diversity-Intercultural Competence for Young People” with co-author and developer Ms. Hedwig Jugert.
In cooperation with the Regional Education Network in Olpe County, a professional day with Prof. Ute Koglin on “Promoting Social and Emotional Skills Realized” (08.04.2016)
Every 5. Child reveals abnormalities in social behaviour Targeted behavioural support helps
Is it worth promoting social and emotional skills in childhood and, if so, what can it look like? These questions were recently raised by numerous specialists and teachers from kindergartens, primary schools and health care at a technical conference in Kreishaus at the invitation of the Regional Education Office of Olpe County. With Prof. Dr Ute Koglin, a proven expert and developer of a behavioural training course in kindergarten, discussed forms and methods of targeted behavioural development. The fact that this is now proves how necessary this is. 20 per cent of all children show abnormalities in social behaviour.