EU-line – ICT in youth work
Start date: Jul 1, 2016,
End date: Jan 31, 2017
Training Course „EU-Line – ICT in youth work” will be implemented from 8th to 15th of October 2016 in Krzyzowa, Poland. The projectis the first of the series of activities under common name of “EU-Line”, promoting ICT in youth work. 10 project partners (fromCroatia, Romania, Italy, Lithuania, Bulgaria, United Kingdom, Latvia, Greece, Czech Republic and Poland) will send 3 participants to the trainingcourse (partners from Czech, Italy and Croatia will send also one person of support staff), which, combined with two trainers, adds upto 35 youth workers engaged in the project in total.The project, using non-formal education methods, will concentrate on possibilities of implementation of ICT tools and onlineresources in fighting youth unemployment in Europe.The project aims to:- transfer knowledge , skills and competences related to usage of ICT in youth work and supporting youth in job seeking anddeveloping their competences online- analyse and structure the problem of youth unemployment in Europe to enable finding ways of changing of current situationthrough activities of youth NGOs- exchange and learning of good practices of effective activities promoting youth employability.Foreseen effect of the project will be leverage of capabilities of partner organisations to use ICT in implementation of projects andactivities related to the topics of youth employability, which enables them reaching wider target groups and in a long term willfoster improvement of situation of young people at the labour market and in the society.
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