eunetjulio 30, 2018 at 1:37 pm #819
TICTAC is targeted at voluntary and professional youth workers and youth leaders interested in using international cooperation to enhance their local development strategies, it supports designing quality Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme projects.
TICTAC is a training course targeted at voluntary and professional youth workers and youth leaders interested in using international cooperation to enhance their local development strategies in line with the goals of their organizations. The TICTAC training aims to support participants in designing qualitative projects and becoming the pioneers of the Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme.
The overall aim of the TICTAC TC is to develop participants’ competences for implementing projects within the Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme, as support measures in an organization’s long-term strategy.
The specific objectives of the course are:
– To promote theErasmus+: Youth in Action Programme as an educational tool;
– To explore the Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme with a special focus on quality international cooperation;
– To understand the role of the Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme within a long-term local strategy;
– To simulate the first steps of organizing a project in the youth field within an international team;
– To develop participant’s competences in planning Non-Formal Education and Intercultural Learning processes;
– To promote Youth Participation and Active Citizenship as key elements when designing a European project.
The training course is designed for youth workers and youth leaders, who
– have experienced an international event/activity before (not necessarily a project under the Youth in Action programme);
– are motivated to learn about and make use of the Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme for creating or strengthening international partnerships;
– are willing to work on the quality of their international projects;
– have the support of an organisation to attend the TICTAC course and are in the position to implement European youth projects in their organisation,
– are minimum 18 years old,
– are able to use English as a working language in order to establish effective communication during group-work and sessions. A low level of English will limit your learning opportunities.
The Network of E+: YiA National Agencies organises several TICTAC training courses per year. You’ll find an overview of the upcoming TicTacs at http://www.salto-youth.net/TicTac/.
Apply here until 26 August 2018!