Although there were many classes, it wasn’t always a one-way delivery of information. Various methods were used to ensure that the learning was kept interactive. Some of the classes were held in a workshop format that would include group discussions as well as team-building activities.
One of the important parts of the course was the youth project, which allowed the participants to think outside the box and implement the course material they learned on a practical project. The participants, who were divided in 5 groups, carried out a 2-part project in which they had to discuss, plan, write a short piece, and finally present their project at the end of the course.