“Education and Life Skills education for Syrian refugees and Lebanese adolescent” project has commenced its TOT training stage. The training, which was directed to all trainers and staff, took off on Saturday the 21st of June, 2014 in LOST’s main headquarters in Baalbeck. Over 55 trainers and staff members attended this two part training. The eagerness was a very visible feature among the trainee trainers and this training acted as a means of bonding and cohesion.
The training initiated with LOST Director Dr. Ramy Lakkis explaining and introducing the recruits to all aspects of the project and establishing baselines about LOSTs vision and the relation with UNICEF’s project. After that the recruited trainers separated into 2 groups. The first group which is the life skills group formed of 40 trainers attended 2 training sessions with Dr. Lakkis onTraining and Trainer, AYFS centers, and Adolescents and Participation. The second group, the Peace Building group, formed of 15 attended 2 training sessions with Mr. Omar Bayan on Training and Trainer and Human Rights. At the end of the training all the participants dined together in Baytuna restaurant, again forming that cohesive impact. This training will be followed by 3 more similar trainings in the upcoming week which finalizes the stage of TOT for this project.