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Training Course ETS Trainer Skills Workshop: Well-being in training practices

Dates: 5-8 May 2020

Venue: Yspertal, Austria

Eligible are 24 participants coming from: Austria, Belgium – DE, Belgium – FL, Belgium – FR, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of North Macedonia, Romania, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom, Partner Countries Neighbouring the EU

Application deadline: 25th March 2020

This Trainer Skills Workshop intends to expand trainers’ practice exploration with regard to how they deal with well-being in training. It aims to equip them with the necessary skills to plan and approach ‘well-being’ as part of the learning process.

General Description

Trainer Skill Workshops (TSW) take place twice a year as part of a strategic long-term cooperation between NAs and SALTO T&C RC coordinating European training offers for trainers. It supports ‘advanced trainers’ to explore a certain area of trainers’ work and related competences of the ETS Competence Model for Trainers.

In other words, TSWs are for trainers having a long-term experience with training in the field of youth. The course is for trainers who wish to develop their competence with regard to particular areas/skills and transfer the learning to their youth work practice.

This TSW will focus on the topic of well-being in training practises. What does well-being mean in a training context and how can trainings/ educational activities be developed from a well-being perspective? How can trainers support learning, reflection and self-awareness through well-being technics and practices? Can the well-being of trainer teams and the well-being of the group be a holistic approach? What elements can well-being in trainings/ educational activities include and how can trainers influence them?

The training will go beyond exchanging practices of wellness. It will invite trainer-learners to have the inner readiness to reflect on their practices and attitudes on facilitating well-being in a multidimensional environment (myself – team – participants).

TSW are NOT Trainings of Trainers, but have the intention of opening a space of learning, reflecting and sharing amongst the trainer-participants based on their experiences. Therefore, it is not the intention to hand the trainer-participants a “ready to go tool-kit”, but to open the space for reflection on their current practices and share ideas, thoughts and motivations on this topic.

Target group and team of trainers

TSWs are targeting trainers who already have a long-term experience with training in the field of youth. We do not wish to set a strict minimum number of years of experience or a number of training courses but rather focus on the need for applicants to have the capacity to reflect on their practice as trainers, which generally require several years of regular practice. The training activity is for trainers who wish to develop their competence with regard to particular areas/skills and transfer the learning to their youth work practice.

The team of this TSW is composed of Raphaela Blassnig and Hranush Shahnazaryan.

Duration

2,5 days. Arrivals on 5th of May till 7 pm and departures after lunch on 8th of May. Please consider that the venue is on the countryside and it will take you at least 2 hours to get from Vienna airport to the venue.

Context

This TSW is organised by the “Trainer Competence Development” working group project

The Austrian, Dutch, Czech, Estonian, German, Irish, Polish, Slovenian and Spanish Erasmus+ Youth Programme National Agencies together with the SALTO Training and Cooperation RC develop and carry out this long-term NA strategic partnership project.

Supporting the competence development of trainers is an important aspect to ensure the high quality of youth worker trainings in Europe. The ETS therefore calls for the development of a modular system to train the trainers of youth workers by defining a set of essential competences that can be acquired in specific courses and serve to establish a pool of certified trainers in Europe.

SALTO T&C RC keeps this subject on its agenda and develops projects in cooperation with NAs and other stakeholders.

Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

Accommodation and food

Being selected for this course, all costs (accommodation, travel, etc.) relevant to participation in the course will be covered by the NAs or SALTO Resource Centre involved in this project.

Travel reimbursement

Your sending National Agency or Regional SALTO Resource Centre will support your travel costs. After being selected, please contact your NA/SALTO RC to learn more about how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses.

Participation fee

The participation fee varies from country to country. Please contact your NA to learn more about the participation fee for participants from your country.

Application

 

Organiser:

SALTO Training&Cooperation – SALTO Resource Centre

Co-organiser:

  • IZ-Vielfalt, Dialog & Bildung, Austrian National Agency Erasmus+ Youth Programme & European Solidarity Corps – National Agency

Phone: +43 1 586 75 44 – 35

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

Stephanie Auzinger

E-Mail: stephanie.auzinger@iz.or.at

Before applying please contact the NA of your residence country to check if it is involved in this concrete project and committed to cover travel costs. NB! Learn about possible participation fee and other relevant rules.

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E-learning Online Course – Make it Visible

Dates: 2 March – 12 April 2020

Venue: Online Course, Spain

Eligible are unlimited participants coming from: Austria, Belgium – DE, Belgium – FL, Belgium – FR, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of North Macedonia, Romania, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom, Partner Countries Neighbouring the EU, Other countries in the world

Application deadline: 29th February 2020

Make it Visible is an online course that aims to improve the competences of youth workers, educators, teachers, activists, and anyone interested, in how to run educational activities with young people raising awareness and preventing any form of racism.

General Description

Make it Visible is an online course that aims to improve the competences of youth workers, educators, teachers, activists, and anyone interested, in how to run educational activities with young people raising awareness and preventing any form of racism.

The course is a result of the European project called STAR: Stand Together Against Racism, where 4 NGOs from Bulgaria, Italy, Poland, and Spain got together to share, test, upscale and disseminate their best practices to act against (invisible) racism and any type of violence.

If you will decide to take a course, you will learn the current understanding of what racism is, including the modern forms of racism like invisible racism, or micro-racism. You will be able to discuss with colleagues from all around the world your best practices in anti-racism education and activism.

We will invite experts to join us in the webinars where we all will be able to interact. And finally, you will be able to explore different educational tools and approaches. So, are you ready to join?

Course content:

  • MODULE 0 – Onboarding
  • MODULE 1 – Racism and Invisible Racism1.1 Stereotypes and prejudices

1.2. What’s racism?

1.3. What’s invisible racism (microaggressions)

1.4. Discrimination and multiple discrimination (intersectionality)

  • MODULE 2 – Hate Speech

2.1 What is hate speech?

2.2 Hate speech – reasons

2.3 Consequences of hate speech

2.4 Hate speech online vs. hate speech offline

2.5 Hate speech and hate crimes

  • MODULE 3 – Antiracism

3.1 What is antiracism

3.2 Anti-racist education

3.3 Anti-racist activism

3.4 Anti-racist policies

3.5 Reacting to racism in everyday situations

  • MODULE 4 – STAR practices for countering racism and invisible racism

4.1 Peer Education

4.2 Community work

4.3 Working with excluded young people

4.4 Good Treatment

  • MODULE 5 – Antiracist education

5.1 Using NFE with young people

5.2 Tools for anti-racist education with young people

5.3 Tips and tricks

  • MODULE 6 – Challenges in Anti-Racist work and how to overcome them

6.1 Internal challenges

6.2 External challenges

6.3 Can we really change something?

If you want to know more about the project visit:

WEB: http://invisible-racism.eu

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/STARprojectKA3/

Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

Accommodation and food

N/A

Travel reimbursement

N/A

Participation fee

The course if free of charge.

Application

 

Organiser:

Cazalla Intercultural – Youth NGO

Co-organisers:

  • Association for Children and Young People CHANCE, Poland
  • Pro European Network, Bulgaria
  • Rete educare ai diritti umani, Italy

Phone: +34 968 47 11 23

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloads: Make it Visible brochure.pdf

Contact for questions:

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PBA Contact Making Event: Game Exchange

Dates: 15-21 June 2020

Venue: Rahula, Estonia

Eligible are 26 participants coming from: Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Republic of North Macedonia, Romania, Slovak Republic, Spain

Application deadline: 5th April 2020

“Game Exchange” aims to enhance the quality of cooperation among youth organizations working or having a desire to work with game-based learning through providing space for exchange of best practices in game-based learning.

General Description

The international Contact Making Event “Game Exchange” aims to enhance the quality of cooperation among youth organizations working or having a desire to work with game-based learning through providing space for exchange of best practices in game-based learning, building trust among organization representatives and developing a common cooperation plan among organizations

Who are we looking for?
We are looking for organization representatives, educators, youth workers who:

1. are working with game-based learning and educational games & ready to share own results;
2. have experience in international cooperation and a big interest in game-based learning;
3. have little experience but big interest in game-based learning & international cooperation;

Costs

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

Accommodation and food

Accommodation and food is provided during the whole time of the official program of the event.

Travel reimbursement

  • Lithuania – 150 EUR
  • Italy, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, North Macedonia, Czech Republic – 245 EUR
  • Spain, France, Greece – 330 EUR (under 3000km)
  • Portugal, Spain – 500 EUR (over 3000km)

Participation fee

20 EUR

Application

 

Organiser:

Shokkin Group International – Youth NGO

Phone: +37256474298

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloads: Infopack Gamification in Education EE.pdf

Contact for questions:

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Seminar Among Others: Non-formal Learning in Higher Education. Developing Intercultural Competence

Dates: 20-24 April 2020

Venue: Budapest, Hungary

Eligible are 30 participants coming from: Czech Republic, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Poland, Switzerland, Turkey

Application deadline: 8th March 2020

This seminar will be held within the long-term cooperation project called ‘Among Others’ that focuses on intercultural competence, non-formal learning and international co-operation in youth work and higher education.

General Description

In 2014, eight NAs sought to build upon the work undertaken in Poland to promote international projects and non-formal education to a wider sector, particularly aiming for recognition by and links with higher education, targeting future youth workers and other, closely related fields. This resulted in the creation of a series of university workshops (developed by trainers) followed by an international seminar, to reflect upon practices and the lessons learnt.

The objectives of the project are:

  • To introduce non-formal education and international cooperation into higher education;
  • To develop intercultural competence of future youth workers and teachers to improve the quality of youth work
  • To encourage the use of Erasmus+ Youth Programme in working with young people.
  • We prepared the seminar programme to let us all reflect on all aspects of the project from the big picture and strategic impact of the project but also to share about how Among Others were implemented both at local and national level too.

The aims of the seminar are:

  • To share the context, ideas, resources and outcomes of national project activities.
  • To identify ways of improving the recognition of Intercultural Competence (ICC) and NFL (Non-formal learning) within Higher Education.
  • To develop the project’s sustainability notably through the establishment of a network/community of practice
  • To explore the diverse uses of ICC in national contexts
  • To evaluate the 2019-2020 phase of the project

Target groups of the seminar:

Trainers, university lecturers and students involved in the national project activities (of the “Among Others” project);
Staff of higher education institutions and other providers of youth work education and training;
Trainers and facilitators involved in developing Intercultural Competence in non-formal education
National Agency representatives/coordinators of national project activities.
Participants should be available to actively attend the full duration of the seminar, motivated to prepare themselves before the seminar, aged 18+ and able to communicate and work in English.

This seminar is open to residents of the Erasmus+ Programme Countries participating in the project: Czech Republic, Hungary, Ireland, Poland, Turkey, Latvia and Switzerland.

Participants should arrive to Budapest on the 20th April to attend the Opening of the seminar that starts at 16.00 and depart on April 24 (anytime).

Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

Accommodation and food

Being selected for this course, all costs (accommodation, travel, etc.) relevant to participation in the course will be covered by the NAs or SALTO Resource Centre involved in this project.

Travel reimbursement

Your sending National Agency or Regional SALTO Resource Centre will support your travel costs. After being selected, please contact your NA/SALTO RC to learn more about how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses.

Participation fee

The participation fee varies from country to country. Please contact your NA to learn more about the participation fee for participants from your country.

Application

 

Organiser:

Tempus Public Foundation – Hungarian National Agency Erasmus+ Youth

Co-organiser:

  • Dům zahraniční spolupráce / Erasmus+ Mládež CZ – National Agency

Phone: +3612371300 / 322

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloads: Programme Budapest NFE in HE.jpg

Contact for questions:

Luca Pável

E-Mail: tca_ifjusag@tpf.hu

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Training Course WeMen: Comic and Feminism

Dates: 22-28 March 2020

Venue: Duermevela Hostel, Segovia, Spain

Eligible are 13 participants coming from: Bulgaria, France, Italy, Poland, Spain

Application deadline: 17th February 2020

The Training course “Wemen” provides visual & artistic competences to youth workers and youth leaders to support and motivate the cause of gender equity and equality through the use of creative digital tools.

General Description

Gender equality has a universally recognized benefit for people. However, our visual references (media, advertisements, movies, …), are still full of sexist stereotypes and vividly illustrate the depth of stereotypes permeating our contemporary civilization. Yet everyone have much to gain equality of all people, genders and sexes.

Our workshop in Segovia, Spain, from the 22th to the 28th of March 2020, will invite youth workers and artists to lend their support to involve youth for gender equity. We have chosen to address this topic through the use of creative digital tools because images are a powerful tool for reflection and call to action, and digital media has the widest impact reach.

Objectives:

This project will offer professionals and young artists from different European contexts a privileged opportunity to unite, in Spain, their perception and their actions in favor of mobilization in favor of gender equality. This action-training also has the ambition of:

  • Gathering equal proportions of young workers, visual artists, gender activists and theorists from different parts of Europe so they can compare their personal and professional experiences on the influence of visual arts in the perception of Genders.
  • Making them produce webcomics that illustrate their learning outcomes visually and digitally, they are easily transmitted to the largest number of people.
  • Getting them together to develop reflection and new training tools to address these social issues with the youth and their community.
  • Encouraging them to form networks of international contacts and practice other languages suitable for developing their personal and professional skills;
  • Providing new competences to youth workers and youth leaders to support and manage work with diverse young groups, as well as competences to foster gender equality, social inclusion, European values and active youth participation;
  • Developing strategic plans for action in forms of follow-up activities that will be run by participants with the support of partner organisations back in their local communities and countries.

Participants profile

We are searching for the participation of animators, educators, youth workers, youth leaders, volunteers, artists, sociologists and activists aims to develop the quality of youth work, to strengthen cooperation between the youth sector and the labor market and to support and develop policy youth based on knowledge and research.

They may have a strong motivation and open-minded attitude; and also they should be over 18 years old, able to comfortably communicate in English and residents in the involved countries.

WeMen will bring together 13 men and women in equal proportions of youth workers, visual artists and gender activists from different parts of Europe: France, Poland, Bulgaria and Spain. The workshop will end with a local exhibition of comic strips to engage young people in favour of gender equality.

Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

Accommodation and food

Food and accommodation are provided for free.

Accommodation and 3 meals per day are covered by the program.

The venue for accommodation is Duermevela Hostel, Segovia Participants will stay in sharing bedrooms with bunk beds, and sharing toilets.

Travel reimbursement

We will be able to reimburse your travel costs up to a maximum amount of:

  •  Participants from Spain: 10km a 99km: 20€ & 100km a 499km: 180€.-
  • 180€ for participants from France
  • 275€ for participants from Bulgaria, Italy & Poland (or Spanish Islands)

Participation fee

We are asking you a participation fee of 50 euros (which also grants you with Sleeping Cell membership), deductible from your travel reimbursement.

Application

 

Organiser:

Células Durmientes –  Youth NGO

Co-organiser:

  • Nomadways – Youth NGO

Phone: + 34 665464482

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloads: InfoPack WeMen Segovia.jpg

Contact for questions:

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Seminar GamifyEU: Creativity Lab

Dates: 29 March – 3 April 2020

Venue: Parnu, Estonia

Eligible are 60 participants coming from: Austria, Belgium – DE, Belgium – FL, Belgium – FR, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of North Macedonia, Romania, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom, Partner Countries Neighbouring the EU

Application deadline: 16th February 2020

The aim of the creativity lab is to bring together young people, gamers, youth workers, educators to work together on understanding how to use gamification as a tool to provide new digital learning content and develop new gamified concepts.

General Description

European elections 2019 are behind us and the young people had their say!

According to Eurobarometer, we saw that the largest increase in participation in the elections was in under 25 and 25-39 age groups. The high turnout in the 2019 European elections was driven by a surge in participation by young people and the fact that more people believe that their vote counts.

However, our work is far from done – we are aiming at engaging European citizens to question themselves about the kind of Europe they want in the near future. In order to do so, young people should be the key actors and the first ones to be addressed, as they can be leaders and multipliers in identifying and fostering concrete innovative ways towards a more democratic, equal and inclusive Union.

Young activists talk about the European Union often. About its rights and wrongs, why it is helpful and how they wish it would be better. It is expected that others also know about the EU, how it works and why it exists, but are people around us really aware of how the EU came to be? What each body does and how they operate? It is important to get to know the EU if we want to advocate for more rights at the European level.

During 2019, we have developed the online platform www.gamifyEU.org in which we are taking you on a journey of discovery through the history, principles, and purpose of the European Union. We will go on a quest to better understand the EU, from its origins all the way into the present and future. Play your way through Europe, learning more and more about the EU. By playing GamifyEU online game, you will learn some fun facts about Europe and test your knowledge about the EU institutions.

Now, we want to challenge both young people and youth workers to discuss, learn about and new forms of engagement of young people online and offline because for young people the digital possibilities are endless and are a natural part of their lives. Many in the youth work sector are starting to recognize this and to respond to this need that young people have. However, despite the steps forward the youth work sector is taking, it is still far behind the formal education and business sectors as a whole and even further behind the ‘needs’ and experiences of the young people we work with.

The digital world has not been so much appealing to youth workers, because it has had elements of individualism and competition which is incompatible with the principles of youth work stands for:

  • equality of opportunity,
  • solidarity,
  • social justice,
  • critical thinking,
  • cooperation and care.

However, having an open mind-set and skills are important and valuable for all youth leaders and youth workers nowadays, to be able to provide holistic support to young people and cope with the online-offline spaces.

The aim of the creativity lab is to bring together young people, gamers, youth workers, educators to work together on understanding how to use gamification as a tool to provide new digital learning content and develop new gamified concepts and content following the Engage, Connect and Empower concept of the EU Youth Strategy.

During the Creativity Lab we will be:

  • Rethinking and creating new gamified content on topics related to the European values, solidarity, social and human rights following the Engage, Connect and Empower concept of the EU Youth Strategy
  • Learning on how to gamify and digitalise different aspects of youth work
  • Developing guidelines on how to use the gamified content online for educational and youth work-related activities
  • Reflecting on the dimensions and values of non-formal education, youth work and human rights education and assess the links with gaming
  • Analysing diverse non-formal education activities and create proposals for their gamification online
  • Sharing examples of good practice that will serve as inspiration for the new gamified content

After the creativity lab, participants are expected to organise workshops/events/gatherings with young people in their local communities and try out the outcomes of the lab.

Programme of the creativity lab will have the following structure:

  • What is gamification and how to use it for learning? How to digitalise different aspects of youth work and non-formal education – concepts and practices
  • What is out there – examples of gamification as a learning tool (experts and speakers)
  • We can do it – developing concepts for the new games
  • Recommendations and guidelines on gamification in education and youth work

Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

Accommodation and food

Organisers will cover costs of food and accommodation. Participants will be expected to share the rooms.

Travel reimbursement

Organisers will reimburse 70% of 250 EUR of maximum travel costs per participant, based on the real costs occurred, provided that all the invoices and boarding passes are sent to the organisers within a month after the event has happened.

In case the travel costs are higher, participants can discuss raising the limit with the organisers.

Participation fee

Non – Applicable.

Application

Organiser:

Youth for Exchange and Understanding – Youth NGO

Phone: +3227207617

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

Vladimir Mitrovic

E-Mail: info@yeu-international.org

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Training Course – ETS Training for Trainers: From Knowing to Being

Dates: 25-31 May 2020

Venue: Yspertal, Austria

Eligible are 24 participants coming from: Austria, Belgium – FL, Belgium – FR, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of North Macedonia, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, Western Balkan countries, Eastern Partnership Countries

Application deadline: 31st March 2020

Are you ready to live through and reflect on using and applying the ETS competence model for trainers working internationally with a focus on attitudes, values and inner readiness? If yes, we are looking forward to meet you in this training course!

General Description

Jugend für Europa, the German National Agency for Erasmus+ Youth Programme in cooperation with SALTO Training & Cooperation Resource Centre, is glad to announce the third edition of this training course addressed to training for trainers & youth workers, as well as educators of youth workers, who are ready to live through and reflect on using and the ETS competence model for trainers working at international level with a specific focus on attitudes, values and inner readiness.

The intentions of this training course are:

  • To explore the role of the third layer of the ETS competence model for trainers working at international level (attitudes, values, beliefs, inner readiness) in trainers’ competence development.
  • To raise awareness of trainers on the interconnectedness between their inner state and the outer action.
  • To deepen the self-awareness of trainers with regards to their personal third layer and its impact on their training work.
  • To support trainers in identifying and working with their learning needs as well as applying the actual learning outcomes for their next step in their professional development.
  • To deepen the understanding of how to use competence models in training /curriculum development by focusing on some essential dimensions: attitudes, values, beliefs and inner readiness.

Should you be interested by this course, please be ready for the following elements:

  • A methodology based on the principles of experiential learning
  • Experiential outdoor activities (e.g. walks, exercises and a possible night outside in the nature)
  • Regular individual and group reflection moments
  • Mindfulness-based exercises
  • Self-assessment using the ETS Competence Model to support working with actual learning needs

In order to continue the reflection process and check in on the personal learning of the participants, a consolidation seminar is planned 18-21 October 2020 (to be confirmed, and place to be defined). Applicants should therefore reserve these dates as well. Interested applicants with mobility impairment should first contact the organisers.

The course will follow the same principles developed for the COMETS series of trainings:

  • Awareness: me – the group – the field – the context;
  • Readiness to question and to review practice;
  • Readiness to stretch boundaries;
  • Being explicit about choices as trainers;
  • Integrity: Walk the talk!
  • Giving space to the whole person: body – mind – soul – heart;
  • Awareness: Being here as learner in a community of learners;
  • Giving to Caesar what’s Caesars’: acknowledging [re]sources of practice.

The team of trainers for this training course are Peter Hofmann, Arturas Deltuva, and Angelica Paci.

Following the selection process, the training team will contact the participants with specific information and tasks regarding the self-assessment to be done as preparation to the course.

This training course is addressed to trainers and educators being active and advanced in the implementation of (international) trainings. It offers them an opportunity to raise their awareness on how their attitudes, values, beliefs and their inner readiness impact on their work as trainer or educator.

The overall purpose of the training course is to lift the potential of participants to take further steps in their professional development. In this context, advanced means that the trainers-learners have the capacity to direct and reflect upon their own learning and in particular, the ability to self-assess their own competences.

Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

Accommodation and food

Being selected for this course, all costs (accommodation, travel, etc.) relevant to participation in the course will be covered by the NAs or SALTO Resource Centre involved in this project.

Your sending National Agency or Regional SALTO Resource Centre will support your travel costs. After being selected, please contact your NA/SALTO RC to learn more about how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses.

Participation fee

The participation fee varies from country to country. Please contact your NA to learn more about the participation fee for participants from your country.

Application

 

Organiser:

Jugend für Europa – National Agency

Co-organiser:

  • SALTO Training & Cooperation (SALTO Resource Centre

Phone: N/A

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

Blanka Thees

E-Mail: blanka@salto-youth.net

Before applying please contact the NA of your residence country to check if it is involved in this concrete project and committed to cover travel costs. NB! Learn about possible participation fee and other relevant rules.