COURSE VG2-STUDENTS AUTUMN 2016


ABOUT THE COURSE

The purpose of this course is to achieve a real change in behaviour, not just an increased understanding. Therefore, an eclectic approach to use a big variety of methods altogether is adopted to achieve the optimal result.

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BACKGROUND

The target group is youngsters in the age group of 17-18. This age group is most at risk of the most serious traffic accidents.

Subsequent evaluations show that a measurable change in behaviour occurs amongst the youngsters who have attended this course.

OUR EMPLOYEES

BJØRN SMITH-HALD

BJØRN SMITH-HALD

Bjørn has developed this course. He is a father of four, graduate educator, communications developer and relationship builder. He has taught in a range of educational institutions in addition to this course, developed three national teaching concepts: Two programs on mental health for the Directorate for Health and Social Affairs and one leadership development concept for health management in the municipalities of Norway. Here, the same methodology - including experience based learning - is used.

He also works for various public and private organizations with leadership development, motivation and change, conflict management and communication processes.

ERIK ENGBLAD

ERIK ENGBLAD PROCESS MANAGER

An experienced process manager for the course. He has worked for Bjørn since 2012. He is a father of three. Amongst his diverse achievements and interests, Erik has earned a master’s degree in literary science, published his first novel, and also is an avid hiker.

EIRIK WILLYSON

EIRIK WILLYSON PROCESS MANAGER

An experienced process manager for the course. Eirik has worked as a teacher in middle school, as a work supervisor in the Salvation Army’s substance abuse care and as an environmental therapist for orphanages. He has published two books, and made theater performances for youth and adults, both as playwright and actor. With a master’s degree in literary science like Erik, Eirik has worked with the course since 2014.