This course is aimed at elite athletes who have expressed willingness to become mentors of vulnerable and institutionalised children. Following the goals of the 4me4all project, the 4me4all course will teach learners about the challenges that institutionalised children face, and how these can affect their health. It will also showcase some good practices and habits and how they can be of help, as well as highlight the role that a forme athlete can have as a mentor in promoting healthy habits and improving their well-being.

4me4all is a project funded by the European Commission’s Erasmus+ programme. It is dedicated to formulating an intervention to improve the lives of institutionalised minors through the promotion of healthy habits. This course goes through a diversity of issues that are part of institutionalised children’s lives and that can have an effect on their physical and mental health. Elite athletes are social role models, especially for youngsters. Hence, this project aims to formulate an intervention programme where elite athletes can become mentors and supporters of institutionalised children to improve their well-being.

The 4me4all course is specially prepared to raise awareness of these issues and to train a selection of elite athletes who will become mentors of the 4me4all programme.

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Course Includes

  • 4 Lessons
  • 25 Topics
  • 4 Quizzes
  • Course Certificate