eunetApril 11, 2019 at 4:21 pm #1253
Get Transnational Get Solidarity (Youth Initiatives, the first step towards empowering youngsters to be actors of solidarity actions)
Get Transnational, get solidarity! is a training course about developing quality European Youth Projects for young people within ERASMUS + Programme and the European Solidarity Corps.
Get Transnational 2019 aims at contributing to the values and principles of ESC by further fostering the solidarity dimension in European youth projects.
The aim of this training course is to develop the participants’ competences to develop two different types of European Youth projects. The so-called “solidarity projects” within European Solidarity Corp (ESC) and on the other hand, Transnational Youth Initiatives (TYI) in the frame of ERASMUS Plus Programme.
The objectives of the course are:
1. To introduce and further explore two kinds of projects: Transnational Youth Initiatives (TYI) within Erasmus Plus Programme, and Solidarity Projects in the frame of European Solidarity Corp (ESC).
2. To match European partners who are interested in developing European Youth Projects with a strong solidarity dimension in order to cope with different challenges perceived by young people at national or international level.
2. To introduce EntreComp, a comprehensive competence framework, as a tool for young people to develop their entrepreneurial competences while implementing their own projects.
4. To explore the European dimension on Solidarity of European youth projects.
5. To foster the acquisition of different skills by participants, such as communication, teamwork, project management in international activities and networking.
6. To develop specific proposals for future European youth projects: Transnational Youth Initiatives in the frame of ERASMUS Plus and Solidarity Projects in ESC.
The methodology of the training course is based on the fundamental principles of non-formal education. The methods provided will enable participants to fully participate in the learning process. Learning from experience will be a fundamental pillar in the way the course will be facilitated. The course is inspired in key aspects of non-formal education like the participant-centered approach which will imply that the team of trainers will keep in mind the participants’ prior experience in youth projects. The learning process will continuously adapt to the participants’ needs and motivations as well as the group’s work rhythm.
EntreComp, the Entrepreneurship Competence Framework, will be introduced and used as a reference.
Moreover, an essential element of the methodology is based on the holistic nature of the learning experience, through methods that involve not only cognitive or intellectual approaches but also covering the emotional and attitudinal ones. This way, learning is enhanced as it embraces the three dimensions of human learning.
The diversity of working methods (presentations, role plays, simulations, debates, energizers, individual reflection questionnaires, technical project management, feedback techniques, teamwork, etc) will make more sense than ever in order to cover practical and effective project management of transnational youth initiatives.
The international composition of the group of participants will be an asset to explore the multicultural dynamics of teamwork and thus will contribute to incorporate new learning at the level of cultural diversity.
Apply here until 30 April 2019!!