Inclusion Training for Trainers

A course for trainers in the youth (work) sector who want to make their activities more inclusive for diverse target groups (adapt to individual needs) + address topics of Inclusion & Diversity effectively in their activities (create an I&D mindset).

Date & Venue

Aims & objectives

  • Make trainers (from the youth work sector) aware of exclusion factors that keep some participant profiles from participating in training activities.
  • Develop and exchange about approaches to make training activities more inclusive for diverse target groups (not only disability, but also other target groups): prerequisites, settings, considerations,... (venue, communication, team building, pace, breaks, group sizes...)
  • Learn and share methods to tackle ‘inclusion and diversity issues’ in training courses in an effective way (stimulate participants to be more inclusion/diversity minded, giving them tools).

Content & methodology

  • We will be using interactive non-formal learning methods: be ready to get active and try out things.
  • We will start from your training experience as a resource: bring your successes and failures to work with.
  • We will connect to the local context: how Latvian organisations tackle I&D.
  • We foresee online follow-up sessions (colleague support groups) to check what happened since the course and discuss any I&D experiences.
  • Have a look at the draft programme here.


COVID 19 measures

The travel restrictions in Latvia have been eased (May 2022). You do not need to show any proof of COVID 19 vaccination, recovery or test anymore to enter Latvia. However, SOME AIRLINES or TRANSIT COUNTRIES might require masks, vaccination/recovery certificates or tests. Check with your airline and at

Lodging will in single rooms because of COVID 19 regulations.


  • We encourage trainers from all backgrounds to apply.
  • We will discuss with you any individual needs to make the participation of diverse participants possible (food needs, personal assistant, etc). 
  • The venue of the course is wheelchair accessible.
  • Unfortunately, there is carpet in the hotel (in case of allergies).


When selected, the food & lodging will be provided by the Latvian National Agency for the duration of the course. Travel for selected participants will be reimbursed by their Erasmus+/Solidarity Corps National Agency (or by SALTO for participants from the neighbouring regions).

This course is organised in cooperation with SALTO Inclusion, the host NA of Latvia and co-funding from the Icelandic NA. Funded by the Erasmus+ programme and European Solidarity Corps.

  • Your inclusion T4T team

    Your inclusion T4T team

  • Your T4T draft programme ;-)

    Your T4T draft programme ;-)

  • Latvian NA

    Latvian NA

  • Icelandic NA

    Icelandic NA


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