The training takes place as part of a 12-day intensive training.
A new adult training program will be launched in the spring in cooperation with the Apor Vilmos Catholic College in Vác and the National Media and Communications Authority (NMHH).
Applications for the new media pedagogy scholarship program are mainly from teachers, student teachers, and those working in the fields of media communication, vocational training, higher education or psychology until February 12.
According to the information, the participants in the training become members of the Net-Coach community established by the National Media and Communications Authority, so they can become experts helping young people and families understand digital media.
THE adult education it is responsible for the Apor Vilmos Catholic College, and the location is the center of the higher education institution in Vác. The training is free of charge – the professional and financial supporter is the NMHH – and the participants receive a one-time scholarship of HUF 200,000.
The training takes place as part of a 12-day intensive training course that starts in April, every two weeks on Fridays and Saturdays. Those who complete the course will gain consulting, content development, and conflict management experience related to the challenges of the online space and digital awareness, with which they can help children and youth, school communities, and parents understand digital media, the announcement reads.
The patrons of the program are András Koltay, president of NMHH, and Zoltán Gloviczki, rector of Apor Vilmos Catholic University. More information about the training www.nmhh.hu can be found on the website – the summary states.