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Action 3 Euro-Med Youth Training and Networking

Friday 1 April 2011

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Support Measures include project which support the training of those active in youth work and youth organisations of the Euro-Mediterranean region (youth leaders, youth trainers, young people), in particular the exchange of experiences, expertise and good practice as well as activities which may lead to sustainable quality projects, partnerships and networks. Possible activities to be implemented in projects are: study visit, partnership building activity, seminar, training course.

A study-visit is an organised study programme that offers a view of youth work and/or youth policy provisions in the hosting ENPI South country . Study visits focus on a theme and consist of visits and meetings to different projects and organisations in the country.

A partnership-building activity is an event organised in order to allow participants to find partners for trans-national cooperation and/or for project development. A Partnership-building activity brings together potential partners and facilitates the development of new projects around a chosen topic and/or a specific Action of the Euromed Youth Programme (Youth exchange, Voluntary Service or Training and Networking).

A seminar is an event organised to provide a platform for discussion and exchange of good practices, based on theoretical inputs, around a chosen theme, relevant to the youth work field.

A training-course is an educational learning programme on specific topics, aiming to improve participants’ competences, knowledge, skills and attitudes. Training courses lead to higher quality practice in youth work in general and/or, specifically, Euromed Youth projects.

Salto Youth Euromed “First Steps” 2002 the official tool box movie.
This film deals with the 2002 “Campaign” of SALTO YOUTH – FR Euromed “First steps” trainings. It is based on the organisation of the four “First Steps” training courses in 2002. It shows their structure and some of the methods used. It can give you ideas and prepare you to build a training course yourself along with the guidebook. For detailed information about each method used consult the guidebook. Guide and film together are your EUROMED TOOL BOX. The EROMED FIRST STEPS were four training courses in:
Turkey (Ankara) with 30participants from Cyprus, Malta, Israel, Turkey
Jordan (Amman) with 34 participants from Syria, Egypt, Palestine and Jordan.
Portugal (Lisbon) with 29 participants- 12 EU countries and all 12 med-countries were represented
Tunisia (Tunis) with 23 participants from Morocco, Algeria, Lebanon and Tunisia.
The total number of participants: 118
The total number of trainers involved: 17
Don’t forget: the film itself is not perfect and the toolbox is not meant to replace your own good work and methods. Use it wisely to construct meaningful Euromed cooperation projects. The Chapters of this film:
  • A. Setting the Frame of the Courses
  • B. The Euromed Framework
  • C. The intercultural dimension
  • D. Technicalities: Euromed YOUTH ACTIONS
  • E. Project Management I: the skills
  • F. Project Management II: Practice
  • G. Other possible workshops
  • H. Evaluation methods

Training Essentials T-KIT N° 6
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Practical guide AR
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Practical guide EN
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