The first public event of the European SAFERPLAY project was held on November 15 at the “National Gallery Fair Trade Palace” in Prague, Czech Republic.
Risk Vision, one of the partners of SAFERPLAY, presents poster on this project at the International Conference “LANDSCAPE AND LIFE”, 3-5 May in Lisbon.
The project SAFERPLAY will be presented on 3, 4 and 5 May in Lisbon, within the international conference “Landscape and Life”, that will focus on the relationship between outdoor spaces and quality of life, within their different stages. The conference aims to explore ways in which those who plan and design the environment can meet and improve the needs, comfort and well-being of adults, children, seniors and people with special needs through the environment around them.
Playworkers, architects, landscapers, researchers, teachers and other professionals gathered in the second event of the SAFERPLAY project, which was held last March in Eastbourne (UK). Nicola Butler, president of PLAY ENGLAND and member of the SAFERPLAY consortium, gave way to different talks.
Next March 8, will take place in Eastbourne (United Kingdom) The second Workshop of SAFERPLAY “Innovative training on design, installation and maintenance of safer and challenging play areas” under a European-funded project of the European Commission’s Erasmus+ programme.
The first Multiplier Event (E1) on the European project SAFERPLAY was held last November 15 at the National Gallery Fair Trade Palace in Prague, Czech Republic. This event was aimed at outlining the new, open and free online training that is being developed within the framework of the SAFERPLAY project among students, public administration, company personnel, graduates and job seekers. The meeting also highlighted the advantages of this online tool for improving the capabilities of organizations involved in the safety and the design of spaces of play. Read more
The third follow-up meeting of the SAFERPLAY project was held on 14 and 16 November at the University of Prague’s Faculty of Architecture (CTU). The purpose of the meeting was to continue the development of educational materials, by defining competency lessons and user profiles, itineraries to be followed by the different users according to their needs, as well as content for each lesson including videos, tests, reading material and activities to develop. All this contributes to the training materials for the SAFERPLAY Open Course.
We would like to hereby cordially invite you to participate in a seminar to a project whose aim is to inform about the preparation of an internet education gateway focusing on challenging play, safety and risks in public spaces for children. SAFERPLAY is an Open Course based on an innovative system that introduces a new methodology of learning adapted to the current needs of the users. Read more
Last March, the second transnational meeting SAFERPLAY “Innovative training on design, installation and maintenance of safe and challenging play areas”, was held in Lisbon; its main target was to develop the contents that was part of the open on-line course of the project with the collaborating partners and AIJU as coordinator.