Applying creativity for solving challenges (Door to Design Thinking Part 2)

This is the final Module 5 of the Youth Creativity Training Course. Participants have already discovered the power of their creativity, explored different creative approaches, increased their skill to team up with other participants and are now in the final phase of this journey, where they can “harvest” the knowledge and think further how and where in their lives they can apply it.  

Module 5 starts with a recap of the work from previous module and check-in with DiARC Digital Cards:  

At the end of the final two modules, there will be a reflection time on what are the main learnings from the whole course. 

  • How to practice creative solution design?
  • What is the challenge? 
  • What are the individual and group tasks? What is the impact we would like to achieve? 
  • What are the outcomes from our creative design? 
  • What have we learnt from the course and what has been improved? 

You can access the whole module here: 

The Youth Creativity Training Course that was developed within the DiARC Project, consists of 18 academic hours, broken down into 5 modules. In between the modules learners are to be engaged in individual and group learning activities. 

The Course contains 5 modules covering spectrum of knowledge, skills, and attitudes, that will equip learners to be social innovation practitioners in the CSO space. 

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By drnicko

Awarded an MBE for services to arts-based businesses, I am passionate about generating inspiring, socially engaging, creative practice within educational contexts both nationally and internationally.

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