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Training Program

Training

BFPA organizes and conducts trainings, workshops and educational modules, completely based on such interactive training techniques as brainstorming, role-play, case studies, etc. The topics we offer are:

* Strategic planning;
* Teambuilding;
* Recruitment and motivation of volunteers;
* Human resource management;
* Project cycle management
* Work with media;
* Fund-raising. Sustainability;
* Advocacy and lobbying;
* Family planning and contraception.
* Sexually transmitted infections;
* Quality of care and rights of the client;
* Health and sexuality education
* Peer education
* Effective communication
* Counselling
* Work in multiethnic environment
* Reproductive health
* Cervical cancer and breast cancer prevention
* Sexual abuse prevention
* Prevention of sexual exploitation
* Health education for young people with disabilities


Training moduleFrom the beginning of 2019 BFPA provides new training opportunities: Interactive trainings 1 ½ - 3 hours in the organization premises for groups of 6 to 15 people and for 15 to 30 participants to other working spaces. Details and confirmation at least 5 days before event is needed. Sessions can be conducted on the following languages: Bulgarian, English, French, Russian. Here are some of the proposed modules:

Topic: Delivering health messages

Appropriate for schools students and for young people who are or want to be peer educators in the field of health and sexuality education.

One, two or three from the following can be chosen (by choice):
- Communicative skills. Team building
- Puberty changes
- Hygiene
- Contraception and Family Planning
- Sexually transmitted infections including HIV
- Prevention of trafficking of human beings

Topic: Working in multiethnic environment

Appropriate for university students and experts from the helping professions – social workers, medical  specialists, field workers, ethnologists, health and cultural mediators and any kind of other professionals working in NGOs, municipalities etc supporting vulnerable people and communicating with different ethnic group

Topics included:
- Overcoming stereotypes and prejudices 
- Traditions and modernism, health myths
- What makes people vulnerable
- The key to integration. Approaches 

 

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