7-14 March 2018 | Modra, Slovak Republic
his Training Course is for 25 participants from Austria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Slovak Republic, Spain.
Last decades have been accompanied by economic turbulence, globalisation and These days also by crises of uncertainty caused by political decisions and challenges which arise from issues connected to migration and information that came from media. This is the environment where generation called „Y“ grew up and prepared to enter the labor market.
The current state of youth unemployment calls for active support of young people who need various types of guidance to overcome transition period from school to labour market. We are not pointing out just on high unemployment rates but also for other factors such as early school leavers, lack of resilience, lack of new skills for new jobs, un-ability to think critically and comprehensively.
The training course „Y Guides“ addresses these issues and offers space to equip youth workers with skills of coaching young people and monitoring and supporting their youth career guidance by enhancement of their resilience to facilitate their entrance in the labour market. Project is designed for sharing of best practises, will provide youth workers with knowledge of psychological coaching tools and in addition they can build new partnerships for future projects. Everything based on non-formal teaching techniques with support of trainers.
Then project will host 25 participants from 11 countries (Slovakia, Greece, Lithuania, Italy, Austria, Czech Republic, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Cyprus and Hungary) in charming small town Modra, Slovakia in March 2018.
Participants will have opportunity to practice through simulations, role plays, team building, getting to know each other, ice break games, plenary debates, theoretical inputs and many other activities which will be focused on learner learning path and peer to peer education.
During the training they will develop recommendations, new project ideas and applications within the Erasmus+ programme.
Project is financed by Erasmus+ grant which cover:
– 100% of accommodation, 100% of food costs,
organisational costs of training course, therefore FREE for participants.
We do not apply any FEE for participants as well.
All costs during extra days (maximum 2 days) are covered by participants themselves!
Limit set by EU for concrete country/per participant in Euros – Each participant will receive
80% of the total reimbursement after the
presentation of all official documents (boarding passes, invoices, bus/train tickets, …) at the end of the training course. The rest 20% will be
sent to 1 bank account of sending NGO from each
country. This will be done only after participants did the follow-up activities (such as send us the tickets on their way back home via post or dissemination of Project results, completed final
report in Mobility tool). Taxi will not be reimbursed. We will not reimburse you
any missed flights or 1st class tickets!
1.) GREECE – 275
2.) ITALY – 275
3.) LITHUANIA – 275
4.) AUSTRIA – 180
5.) CZECH REP – 180
6.) POLAND – 275
7.) HUNGARY – 180
8.) PORTUGAL – 360
9.) SPAIN – 275
10.) CYPRUS – 275
11.) SLOVAKIA – 20
Please refer to the Y Guide document for more detailed information about the reimbursement requirements and procedures.