• Name of the project:  Training of Trainers: “COOPERATION”


  • Date of Project:  20.03. – 24.03.2024.

  • Sending Organization:BRAVO”

  • Hosting organization: “Association Sport for all Serbia”

  • Place:  Kopaonik, Serbia

  • Participants age: 18+

  • The number of participants: 6

  • Working language: English

  • Deadline for applying: 22.02.2024.

This project is supported and co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme. It means that your travel costs, accommodation, and food will be fully covered if you get selected for the project. The European Commission’s support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents, which reflect the views only of the authors, and the Commission nor EACEA can be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.



In collaboration with Para Ski Club for People with Disabilities, BRAVO is thrilled to announce an open call for six coaches to participate in the Training of Trainers program for skiing with people with disabilities!

This project aims to promote social inclusion through sports activities and raise awareness of the important role of sports in everyday life. It distinguishes between using sports as an educational tool for working with children and youth and as a mechanism to promote positive values and education of sports workers and coaches. The project plans to transfer knowledge from experts to professionals involved in youth and sports, and ultimately to children and young people. The project will gather 25 trainers from different countries (Serbia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, and Montenegro) according to their skills and preferences connected to the objectives of the program. Through initial training, the trainers will be educated on how to work with children depending on the different possible disabilities or disabilities they may face. The second training will then try to initiate the creation of practical games and workshops based on the previously acquired knowledge. These workshops will not only include sports, but also topics on environmental change and cultural awareness, and coaches will learn how to include them. The training for trainers will be followed by a local activity where the workshops and games will be tested and shaped based on feedback from children and parents. The second phase of implementation is focused on children and involves the organization of two “Mountain games for everyone” events, which aim to bring together children from different national regions and with different disabilities to create diverse and inclusive events. With workshops developed through the previous work program and newly trained coaches, these games will serve as a space for fun and highlight the additional values that adorn sports.


This training program is designed to provide participants with knowledge and practical experience, crucial for the development of children. It aims to foster a sense of belonging and nurture emotional intelligence alongside engaging physical activities. Participants will dive deeper into theories and practices aimed at enhancing interpersonal skills, fostering empathy, and fostering healthy relationships among children. They will explore strategies to create inclusive environments where every child feels valued and respected, promoting a sense of community and belonging.

The project will delve into the topic of emotional intelligence, equipping educators with tools to help children recognize and manage their emotions effectively. Practical exercises and simulations will be employed to enhance participants’ ability to empathize, communicate constructively, and resolve conflicts, fostering the well-being of children.

The project will focus on physical activities which will be tailored to the unique needs and interests of children. Participants will learn about various types of exercises suitable for different age groups and skill levels, as well as engaging games designed to promote physical fitness, coordination, and teamwork. The project focuses on snow sports and how they can be used to meet the diverse needs of children. Educators will explore innovative approaches to incorporate snow sports into their curriculum, considering factors such as safety, skill development, and inclusivity.


1. Promotion of social inclusion: The project aims to use sports activities as a tool for promoting social inclusion, bringing together children from different backgrounds and abilities to participate in diverse and inclusive events.

2. Raising awareness: By showcasing the importance of sports in everyday life, the project seeks to raise awareness among participants, stakeholders, and the wider community about the positive impact sports can have on personal development and societal cohesion.

3. Transferring knowledge: Through the collaboration of experts and professionals in youth and sports, the project aims to transfer valuable knowledge and best practices to trainers, coaches, and children and young people.

4. Educating the trainers: The project will provide training to 6 participants from BiH, focusing on working with children with various disabilities or challenges, ensuring they are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to provide inclusive sports education.

5. Fostering Emotional Intelligence: The project aims to equip educators with tools to help children recognize and manage their emotions effectively, fostering emotional intelligence and well-being.


  1. Educators and Trainers: Participants should have experience working with children and youth in educational or sports settings.
  2. Sports Professionals: Individuals with a background in sports coaching, physical education, or related fields are encouraged to participate.
  3. Youth Workers: Professionals working with children and youth in community-based organizations, non-profits, or youth centers.

The ideal participants for this project are passionate and dedicated educators, trainers, and sports professionals who are committed to promoting social inclusion, fostering emotional intelligence, and enhancing the development of children through sports activities.


In Kopaonik participants will be hosted in Hotel Nebeske Stolice 2. The rooms will be shared between 2 – 3 participants.


The website of the accommodation: Hotel Nebeske Stolice 2.


During the stay, food will be prepared by experienced cooks, provided at the venue. Three meals and two coffee breaks per day will be provided.


The sessions and practical exercises will be held at Hotel Grand.


Bosnia and Herzegovina – Fully Covered

How to apply?

  1. Complete the BRAVO- APPLICATION FORM in English title as following ”name of the project you are applying for” until 23:59 on deadline day.
  2. Deadline for applying: 22.02.2024.
  3. Selection results: 25.02.2024.
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