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Manage your team, increase your impact

Training Course

18-28 February 2016 | Busteni, Romania

The project aim is to help youth workers to better understand how to form, manage and motivate a team of young people by using non formal education methods.
After conducting several projects in the youth work field, we realized that a big number of youth workers have a lack of team management and team development competences, in their work with big groups of young people (20-30). Our project was created in order to respond to this problem and to give a chance to youth workers from different countries and backgrounds to be in contact and to exchange good practices. The main project objectives are: 1. To better understand the different types of education (formal,non-formal,informal), their specific methods and their benefits in forming a team. 2. To implement non-formal education methods with groups between 15-30 people, being able to create their own team-building and trust building methods and to manage a group (communication, giving tasks, motivation and conflict management). 3. To have more trust in the abilities to work with big teams (20-30) of young people, to have a more open minded attitude towards young people, feel more motivated to implement projects in NGOs and to be eager to apply more non-formal methods within their groups. During the project participants will develop knowledge in: • Better and clear understanding how the team works • Different types of education (formal,non-formal, informal) and ways using them • Different types and ways of self-motivation and motivating others • SWOT analysis on them and their organization • Youthpass and 8 key competences • About different type of group members and ways to handle them • Different ways of conflict solving • Better understand the y.p. behavior • Working methods of involvement and managing young people • Erasmus+ and variety of its opportunities, focused mainly on Key Action 1 During the project participants will develop their skills: • Improved communication within group • Group management • Teambuilding • Creative use of non-formal methods • Developing new non-formal methods • Team development on different stages • Strategic planning • Analytical skills • Conflict solving • Transmitting tasks • Project writing During the project participants will change their Attitudes/behaviours: • Confidence towards working with big group of peoples • Keep motivated in working with big groups • More goal oriented • Creativity in team development • Wanting to involve more young people in the development of their community

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Training overview


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This Training Course is

for 24 participants

from Bulgaria, Italy, Poland, Romania, Spain, Ukraine

and recommended for

Youth workers, Trainers, Youth project managers, teachers

Working language(s):



ASK Yourself (Youth NGO)

Contact for questions:

Oana Rizescu


Phone: 0040729922709


This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Programme in the field of youth. Being selected for this course, all costs (accommodation, travel etc.) relevant to participation in the course will be covered. The travel costs will be reimbursed up to this limits: Bulgaria: 180 Euro/participant Ukraina: 275 Euro/participant Spain: 275 Euro/participant Italy: 275 Euro/participant Poland: 275 Euro/participant Romania: 80 Euro/participant

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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