The second workshop of the CBC-ORIENT project was held in Orfű on the 19th of January, 2018.The workshop started the 13 participants short introduction. New interested people arrived from Varazdin.
First of all we spoke about experience of school presentation. The experience was that children interested in orienteering, but there need a parent or teacher who coordinate the children later. The most susceptible age is 11-12 years. The parents have more influence their children than before, so need family support that children choose this sport. The Hungarian experience has shown that who most interest children already is other sport. The participants discussed the possibilities and future plans of teaching beginner youth team in Croatia.
After that Ferenc Viniczai coach club of PVSK spoke how organize the training camp. He had lots of experience because he organized more than 100 training camp with his collage. Appropriate facilities (maps, compass, buoy) and permits are required to successfully organized the camp. For camp organization and preparation, it is important to define the camp's purpose and the age group. When you are selecting a location, the aim of the camp is to be taken into consideration and map is in nearby. It is important to make programme and timetable before the event and keep it that all thing have enough time. These camps offer new experience for the kids therefore they always wait excitedly the training camp.
At the end of the workshop Zsuzsanna Domján summarized the “green sport” programme Hungarian result and experience. The competition make greener with selective garbage collection, personal glass for refreshment, online result and full car travelling. We are trying to execute them at all project events.
On the second day of the workshop the participants look at the training camp and shared their experiences.
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The first workshop of the CBC-ORIENT project was held in Beli Manastir on the 1st of September, 2017. Sixteen participants including nine Croatian teachers and coaches attended the event. András Kersity helped the audience fight down the language barrier. Réka Vonyó Péterné Szabó secretary of the “TÁJFUTÁSÉRT-PÉCS” Foundation was greeting the participants first with a short presentation about the project. The first professional presentation was made by Ferenc Viniczai, who spoke about orienteering in Baranya County, and the successful work in the club of Pécsi Vasutas Sportkör. After a short break Péter Vonyó expounded the possibility of recruiting and teaching beginner youth team. At the end of the workshop opinion about the local orienteering of Máté Baumholczer - the most successful member of PVSK in the recent years – was presented. The event has become more interactive from the questions and comments of the audience.
On the second day of the workshop the participants heard information about the specialities of sprint-orienteering and they surveyed the CBC-ORIENT CUP competition in downtown of Osijek. They checked the way of the participating children and shared their experiences.