Web seminars for teachers and trainers held in March&April 2022

The next phase of the project involves the realization of seminars for students, teachers and trainers and parents, with the aim of helping people involved in the education and growth of young people to recognize the first signs of deviance and marginality before the situation gets worse. For this reason, two webinar seminars were organized by expert teachers of the CONI Regional School of Sport. 

The first seminar that was held on Tuesday the 25th March involved the teachers of the first and second grade secondary schools of the provincial territory, dealing with the theme “Education to health and well-being”, with the speaker Emma Balsimelli, nutritionist and nutritional educator, collaborates with the University of Parma, Florence and LUISS and expert teacher of the Regional School of Sport of CONI.¬†

The second seminar, aimed at the technicians of the sports clubs of the province, was held on Thursday 7 April from 6 pm to 9 pm on the theme “Abandonment in sport”, which sees as a speaker Marco Vieri Cenerini, psychologist of the University of Florence and expert professor of the Regional School of Sport of CONI. The meeting with Dr. Cenerini provided operational ideas useful to intercept those signs of discomfort that can prelude to an early abandonment of sporting activity. The purpose of these seminars is to support adults involved in the growth and education of young people, raising awareness on the issue of prevention and recognition of the first signs of marginality and evasion, a phenomenon unfortunately very widespread among young people.¬†Participation in the webinar was totally free and there will be issued by CONI certificate of participation.¬†“


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