ImageIn PART 2.
Support measures with images for inclusion
The motivation to carry out this project is to create an innovative, creative approach to the capacity building and learning of youth in the world of non-formal education and specifically within the EU supported programmes for youth, learning, and mobility. That is to embed together in the trainer and youth workers’ portfolio the competences of a graphic facilitator and a coach. There have already been extensive programmes preparing and developing trainers, or coaches, or graphics facilitators. In our view, these three sets of competencies are a multifaceted aspect of an ideal modern educator and youth worker.
In the first part of the training this project has more focused on the skills of a trainer, facilitator. After learning about wide range of techniques such as developing their public speaking skills, visual facilitation and new mindsets they had to organize a local project in order to practice their new set of skills. This second part of training participants will reflect on that event, sharing the experiences and discuss what they have learnt, what is should be improved. As the project goes further they will face challenges coming from their personalities and behaviour. This project aims to make people understand what are the biggest fears, strengths of a person and what are the life goals they want to achieve and how these triggers and mindsets are influencing these goals. Putting them in a role of a coach they can better address those triggers and feelings, and with the right techniques they can give proper coaching and empowering to any person they will coach. This project wants to ensure that youth workers with the many useful techniques they need combined with the coaching competences will make a bigger impact in local projects and communities after project. As a result participants will be a more qualified and confident youth workers with a bigger influence on their future projects.
Total number of participants 24 from the following countries:
Poland ( Global Wave Foundation)
Czech Republic (Zemekoule, z.s.)
Italy (Associazione Giovanile di Promozione Sociale Nous)
Cyprus ( Koken)
Austria ( COOBRA)
Slovakia ( Edu Era)
Greece ( Praxis)
Croatia ( SOF CROATIA)
Estonia ( MTÜ Noored Ühiskonna Heaks)
Spain ( Educate)
Latvia ( Do Great Things)
Hungary ( MeOut)
|Country||Organisation||Number of Participants|
|Hungary||Én Kint Egyesület a Békéért és Fejlődésért|
|Latvia||Do Great Things. Latvia||2|
|Estonia||Mittetulu Ndusuhing Noored Uhiskonna|
|Croatia||Udruga mladih Spirit of Freedom Hrvatska||2|
|Italy||Associazione Giovanile di Promozione|
|Cyprus||KIPRIAKOS ORGANISMOS KENTRON|
NEOTITAS KOKEN LTD
|Austria||Coobra – cooperativa braccianti||2|
|Czech Republic||ZEMEKOULE ZS||3|
|Poland||Fundacja Global Wave||2|
Arrival day: 3rd April 2023
Departure day: 12th April 2023
The participants will be accommodated in Althann Vendégház és Konferenciaközpont at Vác, from two to six bedded rooms divided by gender.
Breakfasts, lunches and dinners per day will be provided on the spot.
ONLY INTERNATIONAL TRAVELS ARE COVERED!
The travel arrangements will be done by the coordinating organisation. As soon as the
participants are selected the project coordinator will get in touch for further arrangements.
We will organise the travel for you!
The course is implemented in the frame of the Erasmus+ Programme. The costs – including costs of full-board and accommodation during the program – will be covered by the organisers.
Participants are expected to cover insurance and any additional personal expenses.
If the participant fails to attend the event the organisers shall be compelled to charge him/her for any travel expenses covered by the organisers.
Application deadline: ASAP!
firstname.lastname@example.org/ +36303506869 (WhatsApp)