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Training for Scout trainers in Armenia

30th Apr 2012

“Training for Scout trainers” project took place in “Aghavnadzor” rest house, in April 6-8, 2012 in the frame of the partnership program between Danish and Armenian NSOs «The Project Supporting Guiding and Scouting in Eastern and Central Europe». The participants were 32 scouts and cub scout leaders from HASK (Armenian National Scout Movement), as well as 10 scout participants from the Scout Movement of Georgia. The trainings were conducted by the trainers from Denmark: Martin Kristensen and Anne Marie Boye.

The aim of the study training was to develop the participants’ knowledge and skills as well as prepare them for operating on national level. T he theoretical and practical works, as well as the rest hours in the evenings were full and interesting too. During the project was a mid-cultural evening, where two participants from Armenia and Georgia represented their national dances, songs and cuisine. In the April 7th evening the organizers also made a surprise. After the St.liturgy of Ascension, the abbot of Kecharis Shahan, priest Mirzoian, who was also at the place, gave a lecture about the value of the day and ,after discussing ,he blessed the Easter table.

The happy and active event continued during the whole evening. The given knowledge and skills were enough helpful for both participants of two countries. Al last, they decided still to cooperate in Autumn, 2012 and leave for Georgia for mutual visitation.

By report of Armenian NSO - HASK