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On arrival training in Sofia

The On Arrival training took place in Sofia from the 24th  till the 29th of September. This training wants to gather all the new EVS volunteers in the country and let them meet each other, make friends and learn more about the European Voluntary Service and Youth in Action Programme. We travelled by train from Varna. We were looking forward to meet the rest of the EVS people in Bulgaria. We were also excited to meet the new turkish EVS volunteer in Association For You, Ibrahim.

The first day we introduce ourselves to the group through games and dinamics to break the ice and we presented our countries. There were people from Latvia, Ukraine, Spain, Czech Republic, Armenia, U.K, Turkey, Poland, Hungary and Germany. The second day, among other activities we presented our EVS projects and what's our work like. Also we had the chance to know more about the posibilities that the Youth in Action Programme can offer to youngster from all over Europe. To know a little bit more the city, the trainers organized a race-game. In two teams we had to take pictures and visit the most emblematic sightseeings and monuments in Sofia. This experience  gave us the possibility to explore the city and share a good time with the rest of the volunteers.

One of the most positive things about the On arrival training, besides the fact of gathering EVS volunteers together, is the nonformal education provided by the trainers. All the sessions were taught in a very dynamic way with games and interactive presentations that promoted the participation of everybody. Apart from knowing more things about how the EVS works, during all the sessions, the trainers prepared some games to enhance the team work and the problem resolution techniques that can help us on our everyday work.

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