You work as a youth worker in urban environment? Join a training course called "Expedition - Adapting Environment to Create Experiential Learning Programs in European Youth Work". The training will be held from 24th to 30th of September in Weimar, Germany. Deadline to apply is July 9th.
This training course is organized by Culture Goes Europe (Germany) in cooperation with Nectarus (Lithuania) and is the second part of the “Expedition – Adapting Environment to Create Experiential Learning Programs in European Youth Work” project. The first part of the project was a training course which focus was on rural environment. This second activity focuses on how to make use of urban environment for adventure learning programmes that involve the use of digital technologies. Such programmes create opportunities to develop exploration skills and motivate young people to connect to their surrounding environment and be physically active.
The urban environment of city of Weimar will provide the base and resources for learning and training activities. From the perspective of young people this environment may be challenging, because it only partially creates opportunities to address interests and needs of young people.
The training course will offer opportunities for 27 youth leaders, youth workers and trainers to develop their personal and professional competences.
- Nationals of: Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Romania, Slovenia, Turkey;
- Working directly with young people from inclusion groups in the deprived urban environments;
- Interested to learn new methodologies and practice them with their target groups;
- Willing to invest into their personal and professional development;
- At least 21 years old.
Travel costs, accommodation and programme costs for invited participants will be fully covered with the cofunding of Erasmus+ Youth in Action, following the limits of lump sums depending on the traveling distance. However, the participants will be expected to make a contribution between 40-70 EUR according to their estimations of financial possibilities and the education benefits they will gain. If justified, participants may be exempted from paying the contribution.
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