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Youth work – You® work

Seminario internazionale in Finlandia con Progetto Giovani

Progetto Giovani di Valdagno cerca partecipanti per ”Youth work – You® work”, seminario internazionale sullo sviluppo delle competenze nell'ambito delle attività lavorative con i giovani attraverso attività mirate e di educazione non formale.

Il seminario si svolgerà a Lapua, in Finlandia, dal 12 al 18 August 2013. Le spese si viaggio, soggiorno e partecipazione sono a carico dell'organizzazione.

Il seminario è dedicato a maggiorenni che
- lavorino direttamente con i giovani: animatori giovanili, operatori giovanili, insegnanti, assistenti sociali, psicologi, responsabili di progetto, formatori, ecc...
- abbiano avuto esperienze di lavoro o volontariato con i giovani
- siano disponibili a collaborere in futuri progetti giovanili

La lingua di lavoro dell'intero seminario sarà l'inglese.

Di seguito la descrizione completa del progetto, i suoi obiettivi e le metodologie utilizzate.


”Youth work – You® work”

Seminar on competence development in youth work activities through special fields of non – formal learning

Themes of the seminar:
To get acquainted with the European Youth Strategy “Investing and empowering young people” – how it effects on youth work in general.
Key competences set up by European Commission and how youth workers, youth leaders can develop and improve them through non – formal activities.
Special learning fields: through sport, arts, virtual space, etc.
Youth projects in local and European level based on competence development through non – formal learning in youth work.

The overall aim of the seminar is to provide space and possibilities for youth workers, youth leaders on exchange and share ideas and experiences on competence development through special fields of non – formal learning in youth work activities based on the proposals of the European Youth Strategy “Investing and empowering young people”.
 
Learning objectives of the seminar are:
- To get acquainted with the proposals of the European Youth Strategy “Investing and empowering young people”;
- To identify and define the differences and similarities between non – formal education and formal education and to foster understanding on the meanings of formal, non – formal and informal learning;
- To raise understanding of competence development through youth work with special focus on key competences set up by European Commission;
- To share and exchange good practices on special learning fields e.g. learning through sports, learning through arts, e – learning, etc.
- To prepare recommendations on possible tools and projects in order to develop competences through special fields of non – formal learning in youth work.

The methodology of the seminar:

The seminar is based on methodology of non – formal education. It is all about learning as non – formal, informal and formal learning; special fields of non – formal learning, competence development of young people and it is all about in youth work context.
The all methods will be creative, participatory and learner – centred. The seminar will be designed by experienced trainers’ team and revised based on the needs and expectations of participants and following the outcomes of self – assessment processes of participants. Planned methods which will be used: individual work, pair work, small group work, role play, case study, theatre, sport, creating montage, feedback, art as painting, handicraft, dance, etc.  As our participants are experts on the youth work field and working with different European youth projects e.g. YIA programme, we will use absolutely participative methods as OSM (Open Space Methodology), workshops run by participants, presentations of good practices, project development, etc.

Who can participate in the seminar?

- People older than 18 and directly working with young people in general and especially young people with fewer opportunities  e. g. youth workers, youth leaders, teachers, social workers, psychologists, project managers, trainers, etc.;
- People who have youth work experiences, e.g. out of school activities, leading youth clubs, supporting informal group of young people, etc.
- People who are willing to cooperate in international youth projects after the seminar;
-  Ready to take part in the whole seminar;
- Have organizational support for further activities;
- To be able to communicate English language.

Eligible countries: Finland, Hungary, Turkey, Sweden, Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, Slovenia, Denmark, Norway, Romania

Applicant organisation: Youth department of Lapua town, Lapua, Finland

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