The Lebanon Training Centre for Active Education Methods is an NGO recognised by the Ministry of the Interior. The Lebanon Training Centre for Active Education Methods is run by a Board of Directors consisting of nine members.
The Lebanon Training Centre for Active Education Methods is a training organisation which trains organisers, instructors and head teachers of holiday centres, and organises youth groups.
In addition, the association organises, every summer, a 21-day pilot summer camp for children from the age of 5 to 12, and a teenagers’ group. All its members are volunteers.
The association receives no grant from public bodies and survives thanks to private charities which require their action, by Saint Joseph University or private schools for training.
2013: 3 weeks of summer camps bringing together 105 children in difficult situations, from all faiths and religions.
The Lebanon Training Centre for Active Education Methods has been one of the first associations to be involved with extracurricular activities, and to train qualified staff for all communities. This experience has been the fruit of work since 1964 and membership of the International Federation since 1971. In 1972, the Lebanon Training Centre for Active Education Methods has organised a meeting with the International Federation in Lebanon on issues relating to extracurricular activities. The association has been stakeholder for many years in the reflections and actions led by the International Federation of Training Centres for Active Education Methods.
The majority of members are: university professors, heads of secondary education at private schools, nursery schools, social workers etc. The association brings together within its members leading intellectuals and youth workers. Their field activity is structured with theoretical reflection.
Rue Benoit Barakat
section Badaro, imm Dr Zebouni RDV
Tél : 00 96 19 54 03071
site : www.cemealiban.com