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LONG TERM TRAINING PROJECT │ Ommen, Netherland │ UBUNTU

Updated: Nov 15, 2018

Syncro - Synergy Croatia is looking for 2 participants from Croatia for EU funded Long term training project.


💡 Long term training project in Jogeren Voor Uitwisseling (JUB)

😃 Who? Youth workers, trainers or educator.

🌍 Where? Ommen, Netherland

📅 When? 09-18 December 2018 and 23-28 March 2019

⏳ Deadline for applications! 9st of November

✈️Travel costs are reimbursed up to 247EUR!

💡 Participation fee 50 EUR

💶 Accommodation, Catering and project activities are covered by European Union!

❓ To learn more about Erasmus+ visit our website: https://www.synergy-croatia.com/what-is-erasmus

Project Description:

The project “Ubuntu” aims to educate and support youth workers, youth

trainers and educators on how to use outdoors for social inclusion and

education in their youth work.

The project consists of 4 phases - preparation, training course (TC),

implementation of local activities in each partner country and evaluation

seminar.

The TC has three main parts: (1) a 5-day guided training to acquire and

develop necessary competences, skills and behaviours for using outdoors as a

method for social inclusion, (2) challenge part by planning and delivering

program to youth in the Netherlands and (3) the evaluation of learning &

planning of the local activities part.

Between TC and seminar, participants implement local activities in each

partner country by using their new competences and methods acquired

during TC.

In the evaluation seminar the participants both finalize their learning by

creating their own individualised outdoor method and by sharing their results. More information in the infopack: https://docdro.id/aDs02je

💡Apply Now! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfwS7M-lzI3Qm9wHfqmyb7p88b91QKUaIoFrAgrArbPFBGqIA/viewform

⏳Deadline for applications – 9st of November 2018

In case you have any questions, contact us at synergy@synergy-croatia.com

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