Preventing Early School Leaving
Useful information about Preventing Early School Leaving course
Which competencies will you acquire in the “Preventing early school leaving” course?
Preventing early school leaving course informs participants how to use systemic approach when dealing with problems of school drop-outs. Some of the acquired competencies in the course are:
In what ways can you integrate competencies into work?
European Union has put early school leaving prevention high on the list of its priorities. The course doesn’t offer quick solutions. Instead it shows how to achieve sustainable results in the long term with holistic, systemic approach. You can apply newly acquired knowledge in the following areas:
More information about Erasmus+
You can apply for the courses under the framework of staff mobility projects, KA1,
Erasmus+ programme. Link to your national agency: HERE.
Meet the trainers
Ksenja Kos, (bachelor of social pedagogy and sociology; psychotherapist) works as a provider of additional professional assistance to children/primary school pupils (aged 3 – 14). She is qualified instructor of the BASE (Building Authentic Self-Esteem) programme. After completing her studies at the University she dedicated herself to working with troubled, “difficult”, “unmanageable” or vulnerable children and adolescents and their families. She completed an international study of integrative transactional psychotherapy and then continued with an international relational developmental psychotherapy for children and adolescents. She has a lot of experience in training professionals in the field of education and other institutions that deal with young people. In her private practice she works with adults, adolescents and children and she also leads counselling-therapeutic parenting groups.
Zdenka Peloz, has over 16 years of experience in leading educational trainings and workshops at the Institute R.O.K.
Her interpersonal skills have given her a leading edge. This includes: pedagogical training, coaching and counselling for students and adults. Zdenka enjoys all her learning work, from development of students to professionals and leaders but her main focus is on helping people at all levels to develop more effective and productive relations that increase their personal effectiveness and enable their organisations to achieve better results.
Zdenka’s style is highly interactive, sharing her own experiences and encouraging others to do the same. She structures high quality learning experiences and yet is also highly flexible in ensuring individual needs are met and each participant gains exactly what they need at this moment to help them take the next step.
Her areas of expertise include: Building Self-Esteem, Stress Management, Communication Skills Conflict Management, Marketing and Team work.
In addition to a university degree in social education, she holds a certificate in Gestalt and Reality Therapy by the Glaser Institute and a European degree in transactional analysis. From the year 2008 she holds an instructor’s certificate of the BASE program.
Mag. Tatjana Verbnik Dobnikar
has a Masters Degree in Social pedagogy.
She started her career as a teacher and later as a school counsellor.
Her specialization includes Studies of the Jung’s dreams analysis, a Diploma of Family experiential Psychotherapy at the Kempler
Institute of Netherlands, Coreevolution –a mindful and body oriented Psychotherapy and recently studies Expressive Art Therapy. She is a holder of European Certificate of Psychotherapy. She is a researcher and guest teacher at the Faculty of Education and leads supervisory groups for teachers and ducators. She also leads individual counselling for teachers and parents. She is an instructor of the BASE program and a trainer at the Self-Esteem Institute. Tatjana Verbnik Dobnikar is a warm lecturer with experiences, knowledge and humour.