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Best Practices: Training Host Families & YEOs

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Youth Exchange could not exist without the generosity of host families. We will share our experiences, and focus on the best ways to train and support host families throughout the exchange process, including health and safety measures. You will leave our interactive workshop with strategic plans to integrate in your own club and district.

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Best Practices: Training Host Families & YEOs

  1. 1. Youth Exchange Officers Preconvention Friday 9 June
  2. 2. Co-Presenters: Jon Greene District 5190 Philippe Baumon District 1690 Lead: Martine Texier District 1980 1990 2000
  3. 3. Host Families
  4. 4. The best ways to train and support host families throughout the exchange process, including health and safety measures ( Prevention of Harassment and Abuse). The 2017 Youth Exchange Officers Preconvention
  5. 5. T The 2017 Youth Exchange Officers Preconvention tre 1 - What is the best way to train host families? 2 - How do you support to host families ? 3 - How do you deal with health and safety measures? 4 – What kind of prevention do you do regarding “Harassment and Abuse” ?
  6. 6. Discussion ends at 10.20
  7. 7. Final Comments Please let us have your notes! These will be plans to integrate in your own club and district. TT The 2017 Youth Exchange Officers P Preconvention
  8. 8. Thank you so much for sharing!

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