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inFormal COACHING, part 2

Training Course

24 July - 1 August 2017 | Weimar, Germany

TC is called Informal Coaching: evaluating and mastering. The main aim is to assess outcomes from the practical stage and to master coaching skills through using different coaching techniques, tools. And discussing potential and limits of youth coaching.
The LTTC “InFormal Coaching” is a follow up of the Long-term project called “InFormal - integration of non-formal education approach to the formal education system for youth empowerment at the local level” that attempts to use coaching as a tool for youth empowerment in order to address all the mentioned issues and to build a stable and productive co-working platform for educators coming from formal education and youth field (NGOs and other youth authorities). This training course will take place in Weimar from 24 July to 1 August 2017, which is a continuation of a 1st training course that took part in Rostov, Russia from 18th-26th of March, 2017. The second stage of the project, InFormal COACHING training course is called “Informal Coaching: evaluating and mastering” and will be hosted in EJBW, Weimar, Germany. It is the second and the last activity in the frame of the project. The main aim is to assess outcomes from the practical stage and to master coaching skills through using different coaching techniques, tools as well as discussing potential and limits of youth coaching. Specific objectives of this training course: - Reflecting on the outcomes from the practical phases of LTTC - Assessing personal and professional development - Assessing personal coaching style and personal expression - Discussing different approaches to coaching - Sharing challenges and good practices, asking questions - Assessing and evaluation of techniques of different forms of coaching - Testing new coaching models, tools and instruments - Planning the future cross-sectorial cooperation. We need participants only from next countries France, Macedonia, Estonia, Belarus, Czech Republic

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This Training Course is

for 27 participants

from Belarus, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Republic of North Macedonia

and recommended for

Youth workers, Trainers, Youth leaders, Educators

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CULTURE GOES EUROPE (CGE) – Soziokulturelle Initiative Erfurt e.V. (Youth NGO)

CULTURE GOES EUROPE (CGE) – Soziokulturelle Initiative Erfurt e.V. was founded in 2005 – based on several years of activities as informal students group “East Europe Club – OCJ” of the Friedrich-Schiller-University of Jena, Germany – and is working as non-profit organisation in the domain of intercultural youth work in the area of Thuringia, as well as in Germany and Europe. Purpose of our activity is to point out options and possibilities in Europe to young people and to encourage their intercultural skills at the same time.



Contact for questions:

Jhon Magkilat


Phone: +49 361 60 21 515


1.We will reimburse the travel costs for the TC on the basis of the cheapest possibilities, e.g. second class railway tickets, APEX-flights etc., Up to the maximum travel limits, according to the based on the travel distance per participant. Travel distances must be calculated using the distance calculator supported by the European Commission Albania € 275, Belarus € 275, Czech Republic € 180, Estonia € 275 , Greece€ 275, Germany € 180, France € 275, Italy € 275, Macedonia € 275, Ukraine € 275, Russia € 360 2.The accommodation of participants is in the EJBW in double and three bedrooms including full board with snacks, coffee & tea. 3. The participants will be asked to pay the participation fee, which is 50.00 euros during the TC. The mode of payment can be agreed upon among the organizers and participants. More information you can find in InfoPack Weimar

Participants are entitled to receive a Youthpass certificate from the organiser, for recognition of their competence development during the activity. Read more about Youthpass:

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