16-22 January 2018 | Bacoli – Napoli, Italy
This Training Course is for 27 participants from Bulgaria, Cyprus, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Italy, Latvia, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain.
Mobility of youth workers ‘Film it!’ will bring together 27 participants from 8 partner organisations, in the city of Bacoli, Italy between 16 – 22 January 2018.
The project has been designed to host youth workers, NGO staff and representatives from our project partners, who have a passion for digital media or are highly motivated to learn about them. The main purpose of ‘Film it!’ is:
“To develop the video-making and marketing competences of youth workers.”
To reach this purpose, we set the following objectives:
– To increase video-making and marketing competencies, among participants of the project
– To gain basic knowledge on modern programmes and platforms supporting video-making, promotion and dissemination as well as the basic rules of copyrights, creative commons etc, among participants of the project
– To increase willingness to make a positive change in their communities and develop empathy towards people with fewer opportunities, among participants of this training course
After this training course, participants will develop more confidence in digital skills, whilst learning new ones that will stay with them long after the project has finished.
The participants will attend training sessions built around non-formal education methods. These will begin at the preparation stage of the project and continue through the implementation phase to the evaluation and follow-up.
During the project’s major activity we will be working with 6 charities and NGOs local from Bacoli. Our participants will use the knowledge and skills they have learnt in earlier sessions to produce promotional videos for these organisations.
Travel costs will reimbursement to a maximum of 275€ for participants from Bulgaria, Cyprus, FYROM, Latvia, Portugal, Slovenia, and Spain.
There is no travel cost reimbursement for participants from Italy.
Training is co-funded by Erasmus Plus Programme