Call for partners!
Erasmus+ Programme – 2017 February deadline
Eligible countries: EU countries
We are looking for partners for 2 projects. If you’re interested in cooperation, please send us an e-mail with your Partner Identification Form to email@example.com
Please in the subject of the e-mail write the title of the project that you’re interested in!
See below the summaries of the projects
Project’s title: Begin International
Fields of interest: networking, cooperation, partnerships, project management
To prepare ourselves for the challenges of today’s Europe we should think bigger. We should connect, get closer and make a statement. Share and promote the most important values, such as tolerance, solidarity and equality. Contact Making Event, called “Begin International” will bring to Hermanów, Poland 24 youth leaders, youth workers, trainers and project managers, it aims to enhance cooperation and create new partnerships between organizations from European counties within KA1 of the Erasmus+ Programme. We will focus on creating a safe space for the representatives of invited organizations to share their experience and best practices in the field of youth. With the help of different activities of non-formal education participants will understand the importance of networking as well as they will create new project within Erasmus+ Programme. We will use and promote certificate Youthpass as a tool of recognizing gained competences during this CME. As a result of this project participants will build, new long-lasting partnerships and will prepare next Erasmus+ projects for their future cooperation.
Title of the project: Speak Up!
Fields of interest: communication competences, soft skills
To communicate with various stakeholders we need to prepare different strategies as well as develop suitable competences. For that we created a training course. At the beginning of September 2017 we will invite to Hermanów, Poland 24 youth workers, project managers, trainers, representatives of NGO’s from 8 EU countries within the frame of Erasmus Plus Programme. Its aim is to empower communication competences of the youth workers who later on will pass this to their local youth in order for them to communicate with different stakeholders, such as future employers, policy makers, colleagues, etc. With the help of tools and methods of non-formal education we will equip our participants with the needed communication competences, they will get a Youthpass certificate to recognize gained competences throughout 7-day long training. As a final result our participants will create a digital manual that will present all the knowledge that they’ll gain during this TC.