The Penguin Project has launched a new training program. Selected participants will develop new ways to understand their motivations, context and ability to influence the working culture towards a fair and rewarding relationship of mutual growth.
The 10 month learning journey aims to disseminate the penguin methods and tools to enable formal and informal peer-to-peer learning in the independent cultural sector. 10 cultural workers from all over Europe will
- Focus on their own experiences and learn through sharing and joint sense-making
- Combine hearts, heads and hands, meaning bring together emotional, physical and cognitive sides for a more immersive learning experience
- Work with external experts to profit from their professional background
The train the trainer program consists of:
- Three-day opening workshop at Die Bäckerei in Innsbruck, free of charge - including travel, accommodation and subsistence
- Nine online supervision sessions facilitated by the pengion founders
- Individual workpackages at home
- Three-day closing workshop at Die Bäckerei in Innsbruck, free of charge as well
Applications can be submitted until 30 November. More information can be found here.
The penguin project started in June 2019 at the Trans Europe Halles (TEH) meeting in Dresden. It is led by Die Bäckerei - Kulturbackstube and the TEH coordination office.