Social circus trainer's guide : basic training
In 2000, Cirque du Soleil created a social circus training program for circus instructors and community workers. These individuals, who work with thousands of young people, use the circus arts to help youth regain their self-confidence, transform their lives and grow both personally and socially. Since the beginning of the program, these training courses have enabled hundreds of instructors and community workers to familiarize themselves with the social circus approach.
Faced with such widespread interest, Cirque du Soleil decided to provide trainers, community workers and instructors with suitable training material.
This guide is part of a series of educational tools designed to enable the numerous organizations interested in social circus to benefit from the expertise developed by Cirque du Soleil and its partners since 1995. Designed for trainers, this 14-module document covers the essential components of basic training for social circus instructors and community workers. Each module outlines objectives, key messages and testimonials from social circus practitioners. It also provides pertinent reference texts and facilitation activities to help training participants explore the educational aspects of the social circus approach of Cirque du Soleil. [editor summary]
Collection : Bibliothèque de l'École nationale de cirque
Localisation : Bibliothèque
Cote : 791.307 1 L167s 2013