You cannot teach others how to swim if you do not know how

After two successful standard training courses in Personal Well-being and Financial Education to empower migrant women, promote self-awareness and socio-financial inclusion, Penso a Te APS has launched its first training course for trainers.

Six Filipino women, who had taken the standard course by Penso a Te APS, are now the first trainees. They are honing their skills to be able to return to their communities and lead courses. More details about the Training of Trainers course can be found in this article by Dittz Centeno De Jesus, journalist and founding member of Penso a Te APS, and one of the trainees.

Nonieta Adena opens the first day in the Training of Trainers course by Penso a Te APS
Group work, role plays, games, and visualised interactive discussions are the many facilitators’ tools used during the first Penso a Te APS Training of Trainers

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