The Embassy of France in Morocco, the Moroccan Association Marocains Pluriels and the National Association of Training Centers for Active Education Methods (CEMEA), launched, Monday, May 16, the JIL-Jeunesses-Insertion-Leadership training which will make it possible to train 50 young Moroccan leaders in the techniques of animation and supervision of young people.
Five trainers from the French CEMEA association and two trainers from the Moroccan Pluriels association will supervise this training in Rabat and Essaouira, says a press release from the initiators of this project.
About fifty young Moroccans, active members of member associations of the network of the association Marocains Pluriels, will thus benefit from a first training session of eight days, it is added, specifying that the training will be based on concrete situations, fun activities or debates and will welcome young people from Fez, Oujda, Rabat, Casablanca, Marrakech and Essaouira.
Future trainers who have followed the course will receive certificates validating the skills acquired. They will also be able to continue their training by participating in a BAFA internship supervision experience (Certificate of aptitude for the functions of facilitator) in France. A deepening and assessment session will be organized in Morocco in a third phase.
The objective is to train future trainers capable of transmitting the skills acquired within their associative structures throughout Morocco.
It should be noted that the Ministry of Youth, with which the Embassy of France in Morocco maintains a long-standing cooperation, will take part in this training as an observer.