Training for trainers on the role of youth work in the integration of young migrants, refugees and asylum seekers
Dates: 19-23 June 2019
Venue: Bonn, Germany
Eligible are 20 participants coming from: Austria, Belgium – FL, Croatia, Estonia, Finland, North Macedonia, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden
Application deadline: 8th March 2019
The training course deals with the question, how youth work can support the integration of young migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in the new communities. It addresses trainers, who shall later train youth workers at national level.
The partnership promoting the project “Becoming a part of Europe (BpE)” is looking for approximately 20 trainers interested in participating in a pilot training course for trainers (ToT) on the role of youth work in the integration of young migrants, refugees and asylum seekers (YMRA) in the new communities.
The training course will address trainers in the field of youth, who shall later train youth workers at national level. The course will be based on challenges & training needs as identified in the first phase of the BpE project. More background information about the project, its aims, different phases and interim results can be found at the project’s webpage.
The aims of the training course are the following:
- To strengthen trainers’ competences in designing, implementing and evaluating training paths for youth workers dealing with YMRA
- To promote and support good practices of youth work with YMRA, to be further implemented in future projects
- To raise awareness on the European dimension of youth work, while dealing with YMRA and creating an opportunity to be part of a longer process.
Please check further information about contents, envisaged results & outcomes, the organisational framework, the expected profile etc. in the attached call.
This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme
All accommodation and food costs in the hotel are covered by the organizers. Organizers will provide 3 meals and coffee break, all additional meals, drinks and other costs, participants will cover by themselves.
Travel costs will be reimbursed by the BpE project funds.
No participation fee is required.