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.
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.
The first meeting of project SAFERPLAY was held at the Technological Institute for children’s product and leisure (AIJU), in Ibi, Alicante. The meeting took place last January 13, the group of partners involved met for the first time and discussed the structure of project, responsibilities of each partner, deadlines, timetable, budget and transnational meetings throughout the project. As well as the contents of the project, the methodology to use and general aspects of the project.