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Training Course

29 November - 6 December 2013 | Tallinn, Estonia

The trainining will take place in Tallin and will have the aim to promote different approaches towards intercultural education for those who are in charge of the learning activities targeted at youth.
This training is designed for those who work with youth education and want to learn more about innovative methods in non-formal approach to the intercultural learning. We look for participants among youth workers, teachers, youth leaders, activists that have already some international experience and are eager to diversify learning process with new methods. The training will include theoretical and practical part of the non-formal learning in intercultural dimension. Participants will be provided with new tools as well as possibility to try them out in the course of the training. Thus the main objectives of the training are: • to define non-formal learning and its basic concept • provide different non-formal approaches including some innovative methods • fit the approaches into intercultural learning Apart from the training participants will also have a chance to take part in the activities dedicated to the International Voluntary Day on December 5th. Participants are entitled to receive YouthPass certificate after the end of training. METHODOLOGY The training course will be based on the needs of the participants and their organizations and will be highly participatory. Diversity of participants will be considered as a resource for the building‐up and transfer of competences. There will only be few frontal lectures, the main part of the training course will be delivered in the form of practical sessions implemented by the participants in a learning‐by‐doing method. The trainers will take care of creating a supportive and safe learning environment, where participants are encouraged and coached while mastering challenges that contribute to their personal, professional and organizational development. Special attention is paid to the reflection and assessment.

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Training overview


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This Training Course is

for 16 participants

from Croatia, Estonia, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg

and recommended for

Youth workers, Trainers, Youth leaders, Teachers

Working language(s):



Associazione InformaGiovani (Youth NGO)

Established in 2001 by a group of volunteers, InformaGiovani aims are: foster and promote human and civil rights, with focus on right to information and participation; defending social and collective rights; promote local and international volunteering as tools for social inclusion and change. IG runs activities of information, training and counseling, seminars on EU programmes, on social volunteering and international co-operation. The association focuses on activities of social inclusion and rehabilitation of young people who are or risk experiencing social exclusion. Since 2008 organizes youth exchanges and international workcamps, involving about 250 participants in local and international activities. It is accredited as HSC organization for EVS, is member of the Anna Lindh foundation and of Libera, national antimafia network. Since 2009 is leading an informal European network on social volunteering, recognized by the EACEA of the European Commission.
It organizes this training course within the frame of the Youth in Action 4.6 project "United for social inclusion" in cooperation with its partner Estyes in Estonia.


  • ESTYES (Youth NGO)

Contact for questions:

Mr. Dmitri FEFILOV


Phone: +372 6013098


Participants will be accommodated in a hotel in Tallin . CONDITIONS  • The international  travel costs are covered at 50% until a maxium amount of 300 euros • Board, lodging, local transports, materials and the content of the training are fully covered 50% of travel costs (of maximum of 300 euros in total per person) will be reimbursed only for the cheapest way of transport and for the return tickets. By the rules of the Youth in Action Programme for the respective sub-action, you will be reimbursed 50% of your travel costs (for all the original tickets and ways of travel that are plane, bus, train or ferry, NOT taxi and NOT car). Participants must keep all travel documents (tickets, travel agency invoices and boarding passes) as organizers are able to make any reimbursement only on the bases of presented documents! The travel reimbursement will be done by bank transfers to private bank accounts of yours after you return home and send us the ORIGINAL boarding passes and tickets. • There will be a participation fee of EUR 20 • This activity is for participants from: YOUTH IN ACTION PROGRAMME COUNTRIES, with priority to participants from Italy, Luxembourg, Estonia, Greece, Iceland, Latvia, Croatia.

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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