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Get Active , Get Employed
Start date: May 10, 2016, End date: Dec 9, 2016 PROJECT  FINISHED 

The Training Course " Get Active, Get Involved" will reflect on the current situation of the youth unemployment which is one of the most relevant challenges in contemporary Europe. The international financial crisis makes the challenge more visible and problematic, especially for younger generations: unemployment is a growing threat to youngsters all over Europe. The training course aims to develop the competences of youth workers, youth leaders, multipliers and volunteers ,to motivate young people to take a step towards the inclusive growth by investing and empowering this competences through a personal action plan to be realized in everyday life and increase their chances to become employable. The training course will also motivate young people to be active in the public, social and political life of their community, thus trying to make it much better. The TC will take place in Aghveran, Armenia from 10 -17 July 2016 and will involve 21 participants from Armenia,Georgia, Ukraine,Turkey,Netherlands,Spain,Poland. The activities will be focused on non-formal learning approach and will involve sessions connected directly to the topic, sharing experiences and will involve ideas of the participants. As part of the intercultural learning process we will have workshops but also national presentations. Different workshops on development of tolerance and understanding will be included so we can have better working in the follow up ideas and understanding of how they can use the competences gained in understanding European Citizenship, inclusion and ways to get employed. We will have role plays, discussions, simulation exercises, team building exercises.On the first day we will have discussion about the fears, expectation and contributions of the participants during the training. This will help to adapt more to the participant’s needs.

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