Thirty two youth workers and youth leaders from Poland, Czech Republic, Macedonia, Greece, Spain, Italy, Romania, Lithuania and Croatia came to Szklarska Poreba, Poland from 25th of January until 2nd of February on a Training course in order to explore and address the vicious cycle of youth unemployment that leave millions of young people out … Continue reading European youth workers and leaders trained to become Youth Employability Stimulators of Tomorrow
The very last project session was evaluating all activities done, things learned, experiences and knowledge received during this project. Together with the trainers and organizers, each of participants took one's time to recollect memories from every day, starting with the very first one - arriving and meeting each other, first activities together, gradually reaching the … Continue reading Final evaluation of the training course
The last, but not least day of project was active with a lot of emotions and ideas about the future plans. From each nine countries every team together or if someone wanted separately worked on creating a strategic plan for follow – up activities for boosting youth employability in own countries. We presented how we … Continue reading Presentations of strategic plans for follow-ups
After a long week of learning, working and sharing, on the last day we have got the opportunity to use our motivation and inspiration to create strategic plans for follow-up activities stimulating youth employability. Mainly we were working in national teams, so that we could think about strategic plans which we would like to implement … Continue reading Big plans for the future!
Introduction of the Erasmus+ program and how young people can boost skills and combine formal and informal education. The benefits of participating in Erasmus+ project. The impact that the project have in young people, like earning soft skills, developing cooperation, learning and adopting the European values. The participants were informed for the structure of the … Continue reading How Erasmus+ can be helpful for young people and not only
In this morning presentation began with the reconstruction of 8 key competences. The aim of the presentation was to contribute to national efforts to develop education and training systems and to learn how to use the 8 key competences to encourage peer learning and exchange of good practices by applying these elements. Originally made the … Continue reading Learning about Youthpass, Europass and how to write a good CV
And finally we have the last 3 groups that are implementing their created non-formal learning activities after which we will have an overall evaluation of the whole process of creating and running our activities and being provided with feedback from our trainers. We started with the workshop of Larisa, Monica and Barbara that was simulating … Continue reading Participants practice their role as employability stimulators of tomorrow