RSE: Trainers mobility Targu Jiu, Romania 27.-31.03.2022.

Participants of a Trainers mobility - Inese Dubulte from Limbaži Regional Sports School and Kalvis Rudzītis from Limbaži, Linda Līce from Kocēni Sports School and Aigars Belasovs from Valmiera Sports School started training and other mobility activities in the Romanian city of Targu Jiu on March 24.
The team of trainers presented Latvians and Latvia in a positive atmosphere. The mobility was varied and well-thought-out - in addition to theoretical and physical activities, the mobility participants also went to a basketball game and a hike in mountains to promote team building among all participants from four countries: Romania, Latvia, France and Greece. The success of the mobility can be measured also through feedback of the trainers:

Linda Līce, Kocēni Sports School:
"I think it is always useful to bring new winds into ones daily routine, in this case learning about new sports (such as the Harry Potter-inspired Quidditch in France), learning new activities to work with young people, and to find out about the situation in other countries in sports and training. Together with coaches from France, Romania and Greece, we concluded that sport needs to become a more important part of society and that society needs to be better educated about its versatility and its positive health benefits (both physical and mental) and that we learn from sport many valuable things, such as passion, perseverance, patience, communication, discipline, etc.”

Kalvis Rudzītis, Limbaži:
"I am participating in this type of project for the first time, but I can say that everything was done on 100% - both from us and the organizers. Very interesting and valuable workshops, new contacts and friendships, and exchange of experience, which is the most important thing.”

Aigars Belasovs, Valmiera Sports School:
"New experience outside the daily routine, pleasant company, new friends. Until now, I really had no idea about the possibilities of Erasmus+ projects, I knew that there were such projects and that was it. Now I will know where to start and where to turn. The organizers had tried to keep all the days full, there were trainings, a hike, a city tour, a visit to a basketball game. I would like to participate in similar projects if I had an opportunity."

Inese Dubulte, Limbaž Regional Sports School:
"It was a pleasure to meet new people, share their experiences and experiences from them. We really learned about a new sport - Quidditch. The main conclusion is that there are problems with young people's physical activity everywhere in the digital age. We have made not only new friends in France, Romania and Greece, but also in Latvia. We had the best team, we were all united.”

PHOTO from the mobility HERE.