A skill-based curriculum
The training has been shaped in such a way
that all skills are related to and trained in real life situations.
Skills are progressively learned and strengthened,
as described in the trainers guidelines.
The skills are divided into three categories
They are about how to react to people.
They are about showing that you can feel what others are feeling.
These skills work if you are alone with another person or in a group.
These skills are about the values of inclusion.
They help people to think about the person as most important.
They explain about which roles are valued in society
and what it means to be a citizen in your community.
- Importance of informed decisions
- Knowing my rights and duties
- Tools that help people to plan their future
- Understand and accept that people are different
- Understanding inclusion in different life situations
- Understanding people learn differently
- Understanding socially valid roles
- Understanding that each person has their own rhythm
- Understanding that some people may have more power than others
- Understanding the importance of taking part
These skills are about real experiences from different areas of life.
For example: home, rights, or work.
They try to explain how the experiences relate to inclusion.
Through this knowledge, peer supporters are able to support others.