1. Practical Learning Approach: The training course emphasizes practical sessions and learning-by-doing, utilizing non-formal education and experiential learning methods to enhance personal, professional, and organizational development.
2. Supportive Learning Environment: Trainers create a supportive and safe environment, encouraging participants and providing guidance as they tackle challenges related to planning and writing projects. Feedback is given to ensure coherence and relevance in project objectives, target groups, and activities.
3. Joint Project Creation: Participants collaborate in groups based on their interests and target groups, working together to create joint projects focused on youth mobility or mobility of youth workers. These projects are intended for application in one of the participating countries.
4. Participant Profile and Selection: The course targets youth workers, youth leaders, and individuals working with youth. Participants are chosen based on their motivation, potential, and commitment to contribute and engage in multiplier events and dissemination activities.
5. Goals and Results: The goals of the course include sharing information about Erasmus+ programs, fostering networking and connections between youth organizations, teaching quality project writing, and testing an online platform. The expected results are the education of 30 youth workers in Erasmus+ project writing, the development of at least 6 new project ideas, and improvements to the online platform based on participant feedback and observations.