LEARNING THROUGH LIVING – TRAINING IN THE INTERCULTURAL CONTEXT
It seems important to me to enter the room of the stranger for exchange, to experience the unknown and its approach emotionally. This attitude generally characterises supervision” (Tutzer)
IN REFLECTION OF THE UNKNOWN – YOU FIND YOUR OWN IDENTITY
The groups meet twice a year (Friday – Sunday) over a period of 2 to 3 years in one of the member countries. The members of the group should be of at least three different national associations.
“International intervision groups network supervisors of different countries. Differences in language, places and culture create a sourroundings that is not possible with classical training. For supervisors doing the journey the prospects of the outside observer are programmed.
A piece of European history is told on the way.” (Tatschl)
INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES OF SUPERVISORS
- creation of networks
- organization of workshops
- qualified, professional and political training
- certification of participation
PROFILE OF INTERNATIONAL INTERVISION GROUPS:
- competence training centres for intercultural and international processes and structures
- arrangement and support with foundation of new groups
- development of expertise for a growing together of Europe
- extending the ANSE feeling of identity
- development of an own European understanding of supervision
- encouraging of international conferences and workshops
All intervison groups coordinate their work in regular meetings. They are a means of quality improvement and quality assurance.
“International intervision groups are an apprenticeship in intercultural sensitivity.” (van Kessel)
If you are interested in participating in a IIG please fill out the form “Registration individual” and email it to Barbara Bauman.
You will be receiving the login data to enter the secured area. There you will find other people interested in joining internation intervision workgroup and their contact information.
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