Leadership and art skillsIn Leadership and art skills development COURSE
About this class
Movement Module is one of 4 modules within the COURSE LEADERSHIP AND ART SKILLS DEVELOPMENT which is designated to development of art and self expression skills.
General overview of the course :
The purpose of this movement module is to help you discover the potential of your body, in other words your corporal potential in communication for everyday life and, mostly, for those special situations when you have to present yourself in front of an audience.
You will be able to use the power of your life energy;
You will be able to understand the power of movement, meditation and breathing practices;
You will be able to develop a better understanding of the extra-verbal communication types;
You will be able to manage your breathwork which opens up the energy system and cleanse mind and body;
You will be able make meditations that train the mind and focus on inner peace;
You will be able to learn the necessity of preserving your body in a good physical condition;
You will be able to create a concept before the performative action happens;
You will be able to deliver a message in the best way or the most interesting/original way;
Creating a personal way of exposing the concept: the use of spoken language and imagery has to be relevant and raise an emotional response in the ”audience”;
Rehearsing for improving the communication tools. It means that you have to prepare and enhance the means that you are going to use to deliver the message to the ”audience” or to have them ready to use when needed.
🎥 7 Recorded Video Lessons
📥 1 downloaded resource (Guidance Material)
🕚 Full lifetime access
📲 Access via mobile devices and PCs
📜 Certificate of completion
🕮 Language of the course: English
📚 Trainer: Andreea DUȚĂ
🥇 Lead University Partner: National University of Theatre and Film “I.L.Caragiale”/UNACT /Romania
Who this course is for:
Beginner to Advanced individual
If you are interested to in our other courses of the Competitive Intelligence Program as a part of the project 617393-EPP-1-2020-1-MD-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP Connecting universities-industry through smart entrepreneurial cooperation and competitive intelligence of students in Moldova, Georgia and Armenia (CONNECT) co-financed by the European Commission joint our Smart Channel created by the Network of Smart Caffes.
Network of Smart Caffe is both a physical space located in 13 Higher Education institutions in Armenia, Georgia, Moldova and Belarus and a virtual space(www.smartchannel.org) for start-ups support and development.
As a physical space, Smart Caffe (www.connecterasmus.com) is a combination of an incubator and a business accelerator, supporting young people with creative or business ideas.
As a virtual space www.smartchannel.org is a multifunctional and promising platform for the creation and development of startups, interaction through co-working and communication channels, possibility to participate in networking and training events and much more.
Info about project
Reference number: 617393-EPP-1-2020-1-MD-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP.
„Connecting universities-industry through smart entrepreneurial cooperation and competitive intelligence of students in Moldova, Georgia and Armenia” aims at reinforcement of university-industry relationship based on smart (multidimensional) entrepreneurial approach in higher education institutions from Eastern Partnership countries and enhancement of students’ and graduates’ competitive intelligence (behaviors, skills, mindsets) and their ability to create jobs.
The project started on January 15, 2021, the whole duration of the project is 3 years.
The project is funded by the European Commission – Executive Agency for Education, Audiovisual and Culture – within the Erasmus+ programme.
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