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Pars development activists have a networked view of problem solving. As a result, the training of this institute covers different areas and different stakeholders. In some of these trainings, we empower people psychologically and self-managing (soft skills) and in another part of these trainings, we enable people to learn job skills (hard skills). We believe that the well-being of the vulnerable depends on creating through education a network of changes in stakeholder income, employment, attitudes and psychological characteristics. As a result, Pars development activists during their training try to provide a platform that improves the economic conditions of the family along with the relations within the family as well as social relations. Soft skills training and job skills: A: Vocational training of personnel: One of the main goals of Pars development actors is to empower managers, employees, workers, volunteers and all people who work in a large team of actors. In addition to personal growth, these trainings empower employees to provide more efficient services. Working with the vulnerable is a very sensitive job and requires professional training. Professional behavior, group participation, communication skills, flexibility, financial literacy, critical thinking, emotion management, problem solving, decision making, and… are the skills taught at the Actors Institute. The training is provided through facilitation and the method of presenting the materials has a practical approach along with gaining theoretical insight and informing about the educational content. B: Vocational training of stakeholders: sewing workshops, leather embroidery, training courses in pottery painting, hairdressing, knitting and… for women and construction, plastering, tiling for men, are trainings that are held with the aim of smoothing income. Vulnerable men and women participate in these workshops for free and, with the help of consultants, enter the job market in sewing workshops and other related jobs. In these training courses, soft skills and life skills are also taught to people to learn efficiency and proper job relationships and also to be able to have a successful personal life. These trainings include self-awareness, interpersonal relationships, self-care, problem solving, anger management and empathy.

Teaching in kind schools: Kind schools that welcome dropouts pursue more than just literacy. In these schools, we cultivate the abilities, life skills, and mitigation of social and family injuries in these vulnerable students. Teachers and school staff are continuously trained to provide more services and better quality to students. At these schools, we strive to provide lessons and life skills in a playful and engaging way for children. In addition, students and their parents benefit from workshops that practically teach them to live healthier lives and solve life problems. To influence and improve student life, the Institute of Activists trains all three sections: teacher, student, and family as different components of a network. ‌

Psychological and managerial skills in the field of family: People’s mental health depends on family health. Vulnerable people have many risk factors for mental health. Pars development activists believe that in addition to counseling, educating people can effectively empower them to help themselves as well as those around them. As a result, marital relationships and parenting skills training, along with many individual trainings that indirectly affect the quality of family life – such as anger management, active listening, empathy, assertiveness, adaptation and problem solving – are provided to stakeholders. .

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