You need partners to set up a Transnational Youth Initiative project (Key Action 2 of "Erasmus+: Youth in action": Strategic Partnerships) or you feel like improving your transnational project management skills.


Are you looking for partners to set up a Transnational Youth Initiative project? Do you feel like improving your project management skills? This Training course is for you!

What is GET IN NET?

Thanks to non-formal training, this Training Course will give you the skills to manage international youth projects within the framework of Key Action 2 (Strategic Partnerships: Transnational Youth Initiatives) of the "Erasmus+: Youth in Action" European programme.

Feel a bit the spirit of GIN here

Course objectives

This training course aims to develop high quality Networking projects, after which you are expected to implement a Transnational youth initiative which could be co-financed by the "Erasmus+: Youth in Action" European programme.

During the training course you will:

  1. Explore the added value (European dimension) of Transnational Youth Initiative projects for the local community;
  2. Acquire project management and communication competences for international activities;
  3. Develop understanding about the principles of networking;
  4. Share and transfer experiences of activities undertaken in the local community;
  5. Create a space for contact making and finding potential partners for Transnational Youth Initiative projects;
  6. Develop an action plan in order to realise a Transnational Youth Initiative project.

Programme elements:

The programme includes several aspects of transnational youth initiative project management:
*** Networking and partnership. Throughout the team building you will find a forum for presenting ideas, sharing previous experiences, finding suggestions for working in an international team and preparing your action plans for future activities. You will sense your intercultural awareness growing.
*** Project management. To clarify networking management concepts: active and balanced involvement of all partner organisations; the project "step by step" incl. defining the project idea (aims, objectives, methodology, planning, timing...), implementing the project (fundraising, managing resources, ongoing monitoring...), evaluating the project (acknowledgement of learning experience and outcomes, final report, follow-up...). Risk assessment, communication, crisis management. Support for filling in application forms
*** Develop your knowledge of the European "Erasmus+: Youth in Action" programme 2014-2020. We will provide information about the "Erasmus+: Youth in Action" programme, especially Key Action 2; we will give you concrete examples of what a networking project is and what it is not.
*** Follow-up. After this training course you should be able to transform your ideas into actions and follow up the project and the partnership you have created. Any suggestions for improving this course will be welcome.

Our methodology

The course will be based on the principles and practices of non-formal education, taking into account the needs, motivations and experiences of participants. A diversity of working methods will be used for learning about transnational youth initiative project management and the approaches for efficient teamwork. The previous experience of participants in developing local projects will be the starting point of the programme and of the learning process. Participants will be actively supported to work on concrete transnational projects as well as to transfer what they learn during the course to the OTHER young people in their respective groups.

Every GET IN NET focuses on a specific theme, for example entrepreneurship, art and culture, youth information, sport, new technologies, media and communication, social inclusion, environment, local heritage protection, development of rural or/and urban areas, and lots more.

Participant profile:

There will be places for a maximum of 26 participants on each course. This is an opportunity for young people aged between 18-30, belonging to an organisation or a group who:
- Have experience in local projects, ideally ex-beneficiaries of local youth initiatives;
- Already have a concrete idea to develop into a transnational youth inititiative project
- Are motivated and have the possibility within their organization to set up a transnational youth initiative project after the training course;
- Are eager to find partners interested in the same theme;
- Are able to communicate in English;
- Are resident in one of the programme countries: the 28 EU countries (Austria ; Belgium ; Bulgaria ; Czech Republic ; Croatia; Cyprus ; Denmark ; Deutschland ; Estonia ; Finland ; France ; Greece ; Hungary ; Ireland ; Italia ; Latvia ; Lithuania ; Luxembourg ; Malta ; Netherlands ; Norway ; Poland ; Portugal ; Slovenia ; Spain ; Sweden ; Romania ; United Kingdom) + Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Switzerland and Turkey.

How much does it cost?

The course is free for participants!

How to apply?

Look at the Euroepan Training Calendar to check when the next Training course will be. Then, if you are interested in the theme, you can apply online and send back a copy of the application form to your national Agency.

Here are the latest training courses organised:

Spain (Murcia) from the 21 to 26 of September 2010

Portugal (Porto) from the 4 to 9 of May 2010, the topic was on SOCIAL INCLUSION

Netherlands (Arnhem) from the 23 to 28 of November 2010

France (Rheims) from the 8 to 13 of March 2011

Spain (Mollina) from 6 to 12 July 2012

Greece (Athens) from 9 to 14 October 2012

Romania in July 2013 and the focus was on ENTREPRENEURIAL LEARNING.

The Czech Republic in Mach 2015.







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