Youth workers from 24 European countries participate in European Youth Work Academy in Belgrade
Training of Trainers, last activity within European Youth Works Academy starts today in Belgrade, Serbia and will gather 29 youth workers from 24 different European Union and South East Europe countries.
Future trainers and youth workers will have opportunity in next 7 days to learn about trainers skills, non-formal education, organisation of seminars, leading the groups, youth work and standards of youth work and trainers work on European level. Project is implemented by CET Platform from Belgrade in cooperation with 23 partner organisations and it is funded by European Commission trough program Erasmus+. Until now within the project Begrade hosted Training of Management on which participants had chance to learn about management of youth organisations, fund rising and communication with target groups, as well as Training of Leaders on which future organisers of international youth exchanges and future group leaders learned about inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities, group dynamic other relevant skills.
Except workshops this training in Belgrade offer opportunity to participants to get to know each other, understand differences and similarities among their cultures, plan future projects and cooperation. All materials are also available to other youth workers and organisations from Europe trough web-site: http://youthworkacademy.eu/
European Youth Work Academy included 102 youth workers from all around the Europe that had chance to visit Belgrade and take part in one of the trainings, while total number of applicants for 3 trainings was more than 1500 which proves motivation and need for organisation of such activities.
CET Platform is European network of organisations established by group of experts in order to provide support to development and quality improvement of civil society organisations. CET is active in the field of youth entrepreneurship, active participation, promotion of European values and European integration. Our organization Youth Council Next Generation is partner of this project.