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Training Course: Build your Future

Dates: 1-10 August 2019

Venue: Targoviste, Romania

Eligible are 12 participants coming from: Malta, Romania, Slovak Republic

Application deadline: 20th June 2019

Build Your Future is a training course that aim is to give youth workers the knowledge and competence in the area of employability, to empower them with methods and tools in order to facilitate young people especially NEETs entry on labour market.

General Description

Build Your Future training course pay attention to youth unemployment phenomenon and NEETs category. In the last years the economic crisis has led to high levels of youth unemployment and thus disengagement among young people.

As a consequence, the European Union is facing one of its greatest challenge in terms of youth unemployment. In light of this, European officials have sought new ways of monitoring and analysing the prevalence of labour market vulnerability and disengagement among young people, aiming to effectively engage as many of Europe’s young people as possible in the world of work.

This aim become the heart of the EU policy agenda, special attention being given to provide youth with employment and training opportunities in order to strengthen their skills and knowledge to be adapted to new work situations. A special attention is given to the NEETs category facilitating their access to the labour market.

In the context of economic crisis, another chalange faced by everybody is the dynamics of the labour market, the changing world, where new skills are required from employees. The focus is on soft skills which lead to the success to the entry to the labour market.

Employers are not looking only for theoretic knowledge known as hard skills, they are focusing now on competences and soft skills as team work, effective communication, time and conflict management, work under pressure which definitively influence if a person is hired.

Regarding this challenges our training course aims to provide youth workers who work with unemployed young people and NEETs, with necessary skills and tools to help them to enter the labour market and to raise the level of employment among them also job satisfaction.

The objectives of the training are:

• To improve the level of knowledge of young workers in the area of employability and soft skills in order to promote participation to the labour market;
• To develop soft skills of youth workers in order to facilitate the entry of young people and NEETs, to labor market;
• To improve the quality of youth work in favour of young people;
• To empower youth workers with new tools in the area of youth employability;
• To understand the dynamics of labor market and the skills that young people need in the new working context.

Participant profile

  • Youth workers, youth leaders and trainers.

Requests:

  • interested in the topic and motivated to participate in the project;
  • minimum 2 year of experience with young people, especially unemployed young people from rural areas, youth with fewer opportunities and NEETs;
  • minimum 2 year of experience in non-formal education;

Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

Accommodation and food

The hosting organisation of this offer will organise and covers the costs for accommodation and food.

Travel reimbursement

The travel costs are reimbursed up to these limits:

  • Slovak Republic – 275 € per participant
  • Malta – 275 € per participant.

The reimbursement of travel costs will be done at the end of the training course, upon we will receive all travel documents in original (tickets, boarding passes, invoices, etc).

Participation fee

Non – Applicable

Application

 

Organiser:

Be You Association – Youth NGO

Phone: +40775307439

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloadsInfoPack Build Your Future.pdf

Contact for questions:

Ilona Balint

E-Mail: beyouroumania@gmail.com

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Study Visit behind the scene in Belgium:: Study Visit about the role of youth work in addressing the risks of radicalization

Dates: 14-19 October 2019

Venue: Brussels, Belgium – FR

Eligible are 25 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, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Partner Countries Neighbouring the EU

Application deadline: 21st June 2019

This SV will tackle the role of youth work in addressing the risks of radicalization, through encounters, discussions and sharing spaces with experienced Belgium realities. This SV is a rich opportunity for further professional development on the topic.

General Description

This Study Visit will tackle the aspects of the role of youth work in addressing the risks of radicalization, and will provide encounters, discussions and sharing spaces with experienced Belgium realities. This Study Visit would be an enriching moment for both sides that will have opportunities to focus on their professional development.

Framework:
There are more than 1.2 billion young people (ages 15-24) in the world today with about 89 million youth (ages 15-29) in the countries of the European Union. Young people are impacted by constant changes in global social and economic realities, and many of them face poverty, exclusion, inequality and marginalization.

Their personal circumstances and wider political, social and economic environment may make them vulnerable to various radical influences and also violent radicalization. Realities of this emerging trend make it necessary to emphasize the need to work with young people in Europe and its neighboring regions, in order to strengthen their resilience to violent radicalization, and reinforce the openness and inclusiveness of communities in which they live.

Study Visit: “Belgium: behind the scene”
The Study Visit will tackle the aspects of preventive role of youth work in field of violent radicalization. The concept will allow participants and hosting NGOs to share their practices, to compare challenges and significance situations that they are facing in their daily work. Time will be provided to discuss between the group and the hosting organizations during the field visits and to discover the frame of actions and activities of these organizations.

Stronger focus would be the reflection (before, during and after) about their practices in preventing violent radicalization as well to share their experiences. The study visit would aim at providing elements for professional development to the whole group (including the representatives of the NGOs that will hosts the field visits).

Objectives:

  • To provide opportunities for all participants to reflect before, during and after about their practices through the lens of their competencies in preventing violent radicalization
  • To gain understanding of different levels/actors involved in preventing violent radicalization in Belgium
  • To share experiences and practices about the role of youth work dealing with prevention of violent radicalization
  • To provide professional development opportunities to be applied/transferred in the respective organizations of the participants

Target Group:

  • Participants with experience working with prevention
  • Who are willing to share their experience but also discover other practices
  • Who would like to reflect together about their competencies
  • Who are active in their organization and able to transfer this experience

Background of the project:

The Study Visit is part of long term partnership between a group of National Agencies of Erasmus + / Youth Programme and some SALTO Resource Centers:

  • SALTO EuroMed,
  • SALTO EECA and
  • SALTO SEE

together with the National Agencies of France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, the United Kingdom, Belgium (FL and FR) as well as the EU-CoE youth partnership.

It started in 2017 in order to determine and illustrate the role of youth work in the prevention of violent radicalization and to support the communities being more resilient. They worked on researching and showcasing positive ways and initiatives in which youth violent radicalization can be addressed and prevented. They also examined how we can strengthen the role of different actors, in an attempt to compile a long-term strategy about youth work against violent radicalization

Several activities have already been implemented:

  • Research 2016/2017: Youth Work against violent radicalisation: Theory, concepts and primary prevention in practise
  • November 2017: Conference in Malta
  • November 2018: Crosssectoral seminar “Building youth people’s resilience against violent radicalization” in Tirana
  • March 2019: Youth work against violent radicalization: competencies development, in Macerata (Italy)

Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

Accommodation and food

The hosting National Agency of this offer will organise and covers the costs for accommodation and food.

Travel reimbursement

Your sending National Agency will support your travel costs. After being selected, please contact your NA or SALTO involved in this project, to learn more about how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses.

For participants from Partner Countries Neighbouring the EU, the travel costs will be taken in charge by the SALTO Resource Centre in charge of their region.

Participation fee

The participation fee varies from country to country. Please contact your NA or SALTO involved in this project, to learn more about the participation fee for participants from your country

Application

 

Organiser:

Bureau International Jeunesse – National Agency

Co-organiser:

JINT (National Agency

Phone: +32 2 548.38.81

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloads: Draft Programme Study Visit in Belgium.pdf

Contact for questions:

Thierry Dufour

E-Mail: thierry.dufour@cfwb.be

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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Training Course: Competent Career Counselling in Youth Work

Dates: 25-31 July 2019

Venue: Krusevac, Serbia

Eligible are 30 participants coming from: Croatia, Denmark, Germany, Republic of North Macedonia, Spain, Sweden

Application deadline: 31st May 2019

The main aim of this project is to improve the competences of the youth workers about future jobs and qualifications to empower young people in making successful education and career choices

General Description

In today’s 21st century that is considered as an innovative and knowledgeful era, young people must possess various personal and professional skills to meet the dynamic needs of labour market.

Nowadays employment landscape is evolving rapidly and because of that having knowledge and skills for the future job opportunities is increasingly significant for the young people to have effective access and to choose their future education and career.

Employment is an existential basis upon which people build their identity and social security and young people especially those with fewer opportunities face different challenges when trying to access employment. Unemployed people have limited access to income, working resources, social, health, educational and cultural services associated with malnutrition, social exclusion and poverty.

To avoid all these problems, it is vital for those young people who have the capacity, potential, talent and ideas to strengthen their competences by transferring knowledge, skills, attitudes and successful practices from the youth workers to them which will give them motivation and show them many ways for success in this cruel and challenging world of fast changes.

These days, young people rarely are able to research and find summarized data by themselves for what kind of quality education and jobs are needed for the future labour market and youth organizations either don’t have enough capacities with which they can help the young people choose the education and jobs with which they will be happy and have enough financial substitution in it.

This is the reason why many organizations started using the career counseling approach as one of the most successful to help young people integrate to the job market and prevent them become part of the NEET group. Therefore, this project will enable us to share experiences, knowledge, methods, approaches and tools for career counseling and guidance.

Analysis and reports related to what is likely to happen in the future job market will be presented. In accordance with that, youth workers will be informed what kind of job opportunities and skills will be demanded and will be easier for them to present, coach and mentor the young people for better education and career choices.

The main aim of this project is to improve the competences of the youth workers about future jobs and qualifications to empower young people in making successful education and career choices.

Based on the above aim, the objectives are as follows:

-Improving competences of the youth workers to make successful career counseling and guidance of young people
-Introducing the future job trends and requirements.
-Presenting the youth workers education opportunities that are in correlation with the future job trends and requirements.
-Equipping youth workers with relevant competencies (knowledge, skills and attitudes) and capabilities (social, organizational and personal) for the future.

-Providing youth workers with tools, methods and approaches for working with youth in area of career and vocational counseling and guidance.
-Improving the networking and cooperation among youth organisations
-Improving the knowledge and skills of the youth workers for project cycle management.
-Improving the skill for planning and designing projects.
-Promoting Erasmus+ programme and similar opportunities as a tool for mutual learning and cooperation among youth workers and young people.

Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

Accommodation and food

The hosting organisation of this offer will organise and covers the costs for accommodation in the hostel (3-4 participants per room) and food (3 meals per day).

Travel reimbursement

  • Republic of North Macedonia up to 180€
  • Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Croatia, Spain up to 275 €

 

Participation fee

Non Applicable

Application

Organiser:

Lucky Punch Jugendhilfe – Youth NGO

Co-organiser:

  • Educational Center Krusevac- ECK – Youth NGO

Phone: +38971307381

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloads: InfoPack Competent Career Counseling.pdf

Contact for questions:

Vladimir

E-Mail: vlade-tearce@hotmail.com

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Training Course: Youth Work In Culturally Mixed Areas

Dates: 15-22 July 2019

Venue: Tetovo, Republic of North Macedonia

Eligible are 34 participants coming from: Denmark, Finland, Germany, Greece, Italy, Republic of North Macedonia, Romania, Spain, Sweden

Application deadline: 30th May 2019

The training will increase the competencies of youth workers about Intercultural communication and cooperation, and bring various teaching methods and pedagogical approaches for transferring that knowledge into their local youth realities

General Description

We live in a time when more people choose to live outside of their home country than ever. According to the UN Population Division report 3.2 per cent of the world’s population live outside of their country of origin. Through the years, around 72 million migrants have made their home in Europe.

Just the European Union itself is a home to over 33 million people born outside of the EU. In addition, the most recent Eurostat figures show that more than 17 million citizens changed their country of birth within the EU for another EU country.

Demand for migrant workers to fill gaps in local labour markets is set to rise as Europes population ages. Conflicts in the Middle East are forcing more refugees to seek safety in the EU.

The European societies are ethnically and culturally mixed, and the trend is growing. But as societies are becoming more mixed, the conflicts between the people from different cultures are increasing. This also increases the demand for competencies, methods and tools which shall be put into practice from the youth workers who are already working with these people in order to improve the communication and cooperation for peacefully living together.

The idea of this project was driven from that fact, that we have to bring various methods and tools which the youth workers from culturally mixed areas can effectively use and by that develop their competencies for working with youth from different cultural backgrounds.

The project will gather 34 participants from 10 organizations of 10 countries. The core activity of the project is an 8-day training course in Tetovo, North Macedonia from 15 to 22 July, where the participants will discover various pedagogical approaches and methods:

  • Analyze different aspects of culture and interculturality;
  • the immigration situation, integration challenges and opportunities;
  • Analyze the youth work situation, youth work competencies, portfolio and different online and offline tools and approaches.

Methodology: The training will be built up on a participatory and “child-centered” approach, where the participants during the whole training will experience various teaching methods and approaches.

The main aim of this project is to Increase the competencies of youth workers about Intercultural communication and cooperation, and bring various teaching methods and pedagogical approaches for transferring that knowledge into their local realities while working with young people on daily basis.

More specific objectives coming out from the general aim are:
 To recognize the unique importance of each culture, emphasizing shared values and pluralistic identity
 To increase intercultural awareness and understanding about different communication styles and approaches in multicultural areas by exchanging views and experiences.
 To promote tolerance, equity and solidarity among different cultures, nationalities, ethnic and religious groups, etc. According to the Human Rights principals.
 To develop positive attitudes and behaviors for less discrimination and more positive intercultural relations.
 To experience the existing and alternative methods and tools for intercultural education in youth work.
 To improve participant’s facilitation skills, teaching methods and pedagogical approaches for working with youth.

 To inspire the youth workers to implement new projects and activities for intercultural learning and cooperation in their communities and organizations.
 To promote the Erasmus+ programme and the EU developed tools and platforms as a resource for youth workers for mutual learning and cooperation.
 To empower the youth workers to use different formal and non-formal methods in order to improve their educational approach with young people.
 To develop their ICT skills for better project management and larger spread of information to wider communities.

Final product of the project is a manual and web page for youth workers working in intercultural areas with various pedagogical approaches and teaching methods.

Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

Accommodation and food

The hosting organisation of this offer will organise and covers the costs for accommodation in the hostel (3-4 participants per room) and food (3 meals per day).

Travel reimbursement

The costs will be reimbursed according to the Erasmus+ distance band calculator:

  • North Macedonia- 0 €
  • Germany, Finland, Italy, Sweden, Romania, Spain, Greece, Denmark – up to 275 €

 

Participation fee

Non Applicable

Application

 

Organiser:

Zenobia youth – Youth NGO

Co-organiser:

  • Center for Education and Development- CED – Youth NGO

Phone: +36705066469

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloads: InfoPack Youth Work in Cultural Mixed Areas.pdf

Contact for questions:

Zsanett Függ

E-Mail: fugg.zsanett@gmail.com

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Conference On track 3: Different youth work approaches for different NEET situations

Dates: 22-26 October 2019

Venue: Istanbul, Turkey

Eligible are 80 participants coming from: Austria, 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, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Eastern Partnership countries

Application deadline: 16th June 2019

This cross-sectoral conference will address the NEET issues and showcase good practices, with the emphasize on cooperation between youth work and other sectors (formal education, employment, social & business sector…).

General Description

Theme: Young People in a NEET (Not in Education Employment or Training) situation.

Conference “On Track” is part of the SALTO Inclusion & Diveristy, as well as the Turkish NA, a longer-term strategic approach to reach young people who are excluded from the system and see how we can reconnect them to society and improve their opportunities in life.

The SALTO ID research & publication on NEET issues “On track – Different youth work approaches for different NEET situations” has been published in 2015. The 1st editon of the conference took place in Slovakia in 2016 and the 2nd in Turkey in 2018.

General aim: To support collaboration and exchange between professionals from different sectors in order to create better opportunities for young people in a NEET situation and enable their active involvement in society and integration into the labour market.

Objectives:

  • To explore different NEET realities across Europe and different types of practices or tools at all levels.
  • To exchange the variety of ways of working with young people in a NEET situation and highlight the possibility of cross-sectoral partnership projects.
  • To share resources on working with young people in a NEET situation, such as the SALTO Inclusion and Diversity study “On Track”.
  • To promote the value of international youth work for young people in NEET situations and the possibilities of Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes.

Profile of participants: 80 professionals with experience working on the issue of vulnerable young people in NEET situations (face-to-face workers as well as managers/decision makers). International experience is not a must.

  • Youth workers/youth leaders ( grassroots – involved in outreach youth work and directly working with young people in a NEET situation)
  • Teachers, school support staff, alternative education staff, vocational programme staff
  • Social workers, representatives of social services
  • Local authorities/policy makers responsible for social provision
  • Employers, apprenticeships programmes, employment agencies, job centres, job clubs, job coaches

  • Researchers, academics with focus on NEET
  • Other sector professionals directly working with young people: health, justice, sports, police, education, trade unions, welfare

from Erasmus+: Youth Programme Countries & Eastern Partnership countries and Russian Federation and not attended the previous conference

Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

Accommodation and food

The hosting National Agency of this offer will organise and covers the costs for accommodation and food.

Travel reimbursement

Your sending National Agency will support your travel costs. After being selected, please contact your NA or SALTO involved in this project, 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 or SALTO involved in this project, to learn more about the participation fee for participants from your country

Application

 

Organiser:

SALTO Inclusion & Diversity and NA Turkey – National Agency

Phone: +3222090720

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloads: Timeschedule NEET Conference Istanbul.pdf

Contact for questions:

Marija Kljajic

E-Mail: inclusion@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.

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Study Visit: Local Youth Policies on Social Entrepreneurship

Dates: 27 May – 1 June 2019

Venue: Portugal

Eligible are 27 participants coming from: Bulgaria, Croatia, Finland, Italy, Latvia, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Turkey, United Kingdom

Application deadline: 1st May 2019

This Study visit is designed for municipality officers and youth workers to develop a deeper understanding of different realities, experiences and opportunities for youth social entrepreneurship and local youth policies for social entrepreneurship.

General Description

This Study visit is designed for municipality officers and youth workers from Bulgaria, Croatia, Portugal, Finland, Italy, Latvia, Romania, Turkey, UK and Netherlands.

During the Study visit the participants will be able to see a variety of practices and models of youth social entrepreneurship and of mechanisms and structures that support such practices, as well as to transfer this experience into their own local reality. This will allow the participants to gain skills and knowledge to support young people in starting a business.

Moreover, they will develop a deeper understanding on the different realities, experiences and opportunities for youth social entrepreneurship and Local youth policies for social entrepreneurship aimed at the inclusion of young people with migrant background.

We also expect that the project can contribute to a better understanding of youth workers on how to support the creation of social start-ups that can enhance the social economy and the creation of new job opportunities for migrant youth as a step towards social inclusion and integration.

The specific objectives of this Study visit are to:

  •  Allow youth workers to support the development of structures and mechanisms to increase the entrepreneurial competencies of young people, particularly addressing young people with migrant background;
  • Allow youth workers to increase the knowledge of different models and approaches to support young people in setting structures such as start-ups;
  • Develop further the understanding of the role of social economy, social enterprises, and social entrepreneurship to increase youth employment opportunities and to generate social development and well-being in our communities;

  •  Empower municipality workers to create more inclusive local youth policies for social entrepreneurship;
  •  Provide the opportunity for the project partner organizations to discuss further the possibility to develop a “European Youth Social Enterprises Network”

Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

Accommodation and food

The hosting association of this offer will organise and covers the costs for accommodation and food.

Travel reimbursement

Flight tickets shall be bought only after agreement and confirmation with the organizers. Travel expenses to and from the venue will be reimbursed up to a maximum pre-agreed with the organizers, according to the Erasmus + Key Action 1 rules:

  • Portugal – 40 €
  • Italy, UK, Netherlands – 275 €
  • Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania  – 360 €
  • Finland, Latvia, Turkey – 530 €

Participation fee

There is no participation fee.

Application

 

Organiser:

DYPALL Network – Youth Association

Co-organiser:

  • R-Newt – Youth NGO

Phone: + 351 961 611 500

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloads: InfoPack Local Youth Policies.pdf

Contact for questions:

Aleksandra Maldžiski

E-Mail: aleksandra.maldziski@dypall.com

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Training Course: Non Formal Job Matching

Dates: 01 – 12 May 2019

Venue: Banska Stiavnica, Slovakia

We are looking for 1 final participant aged 20+ years old coming from: Greece

and Involves 30 participants coming from: Slovakia, Poland, Portugal, Greece, Cyprus, Lithuania, Italy, Spain, Estonia and Malta

Application deadline: 19th April 2018

The project Non Formal Job Matching is a training course which will gather 30 participants from Slovakia, Poland, Portugal, Greece, Cyprus, Lithuania, Italy, Spain, Estonia and Malta to learn together about non-formal methodology supporting youth job guidance.

General Description

“Thalia Teatro” from Slovakia is a small professional theatre that prepares performances particularly for children and families. Its repertoire includes drama, puppet shows, alternative cabaret and last but not least, street theatre. Thalia Teatro also prepares and leads lots of drama and literacy projects for children, youths and pedagogues.

Aim:

Aim of the training course is to equip youth workers in effective NFE methodology which supports the young people in finding job which combine their talents and passions.

Objectives:

  • To learn the non-formal theatre methodology supporting individual job career guidance and self-development.
  • To learn different NFE methodologies for developing soft skills to increase employability on European market.
  • To create the job career guidance toolkit and implement workshop in the local communities of partners during the follow up phase.
  • To support the networking between partners and their members and increase learning by sharing.

Activities:

Activities start in the morning of 2nd of May and finish in the evening of 10th of May. Your travel to and from venue need to allow you to take part in all activities.

Everyday participants would take part in 4 workshops, 2 before and 2 after the lunch and some evening activites.

Methodology:

All of the workshops and activities on the training course would be based on non-formal methodology.

The main NFE methodology used in the training would be British Drama, Improvisation theatre, Theatrical Acting and Miming.

Participants would mainly learn through expriential learning, where they would have oportunity to go through the experience, analise it and reflect on it. Participants would learn from each others experience, group work, discussions, simulations, reflections

Visibility:

The project’s visibility is important for its success. It is important for us to promote
the project, youth mobility and job guidance methods based on NFE. Therefore participants and partners would be involved in promoting the project and increasing its visibility in the social media and in their local community.

There would be the FB page of the project and in the end there would be the toolkit with the
developed methodology.

Active Participation:

By taking part in this project you are confirming that you are going to be active in all phases of the project which include the preparation for the training, taking part in all workshops during the training course and accomplish all tasks connected with dissemination and promotion of the project results.

Follow Up:

The main aim of the project is to promote non-formal methodologies for job guidance and its
recognition among the youth educators in Europe, especially in the local communities of our
partners therfore the follow up phase is very important for success of the project.

The follow up activities would involve sharing the competances regarding the job guidance and promoting the project via social media (FB page) and its results as the toolkit prepared during the project.

Participants’ Profile:

-over 22 years old
-active youth worker or leader who is daily working with youth people (especially
in the field of job guidance)
-communicative level of english
-experienced in NFE mobilities or in usage of NFE methods
-motivation to take active part in all workshops during the activity
-willing to promote the project during all phases via social media
-willing to improve the quality of their education methods use in work with youth
-willing to prepare necessary materials about youth work in their community and about Erasmus+ Youth Programme, before the project and make the follow up of the activity

Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

– Being selected for this course, accommodation and lodging (breakfast-lunch and dinner) will be 100% covered by the host organisation. During the exchange the catering will be provided (breakfast, lunch, dinner, 2 coffee breaks).

We will take care of our space where we will live, work and learn therefore we need to keep the place clean and useful for our activities. During the workshops we will walk in the workshop-room barefoot or in socks (so take some warm socks if you get cold easily).

Transport: 100% covered by the Erasmus + program, within following limits:

Greece: 275 Euro/participant. Participants who will exceed this travel cost, will be charged the additional cost

Participation fee 30 euro per participant. The fee will be deposited after succesful selection of the candidates (non-refundable in case of cancellation).

Application

 

Organizer:

Thalia Teatro – NGO

Co-organizer:

YiA 18 – NGO

www.YiA18.org

Youth in Advance 18

Phone:+30 693

For additional information please: Download the Application form

email: yia18plus@gmail.com

Contact for questions:

YiA 18

Working language: English