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Resilient Youth for a Sustainable Future

Training Course

18-24 September 2021 | Calalzo di Cadore (BL), Italy

7 days training course designed for youth workers to work on resilience with their target groups, to support them to bounce back from adversities, to address better problems and bounce forward towards a promising future.

The project "Resilient Youth For A Sustainable Future" is a Training Course that builds on the fact that the global society is going through a very complex crisis, with ongoing and growing challenges. The most visible one is the pandemic that has been affecting youth in many ways and, all over the EU, young people have been left out from any emergency action. Young people are particularly vulnerable as they are through a crucial and delicate developmental stage and, inevitably, their mental health can easily get wounded. From this derives the necessity to equip young people with resilience, that is the process of being able to adapt well in the face of adversity, trauma, threats or significant sources of stress. Resilience increases profound personal growth, professional development, pro-social behaviours and participation. By cultivating resilience we empower young people to build inner and outer resources and thus, thrive in life.

The training course wants, then, to facilitate the development of professional skills of youth workers working with young people of their communities on resilience, as a fundamental strategy to bounce back from adversities, to address better their problems and bounce forward towards a promising future.

It consist in 7 full training days, from the 18th to the 24th of September 2021 (travel days excluded) and the specific objectives are:

- to increase the level of knowledge and comprehension of the concept of resilience of youth workers so that they can understand the importance of incorporating it in the activities with young people;.

- to enhance the skills of youth workers in applying resilience practices in their work with youth and hard to reach youth

- to cultivate the motivation of youth workers to use resilience with youth and hard to reach you in order to empower them

- to create a network of youth workers and organizations who work together on the development of more resilient young people in their communities and share the same vision on the topic.

The training is addressed to youth workers (over 18) that are involved in youth work with different roles (youth workers, youth leaders, coaches, mentors and volunteers), including people with fewer opportunities. The participation of teachers and professionals involved in youth organization work is also possible.

For more details about activities, weekly plan, application procedures and deadline, please look at the call for participants here attached.

The info-pack will be sent to the selected participants once the selection process will be completed.

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Training overview

http://trainings.salto-youth.net/9512

This activity has already happened!

This Training Course is

for 27 participants

from Bulgaria, Cyprus, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia

and recommended for

Youth workers, Trainers, Youth leaders, Volunteering mentors, Youth coaches, teachers and professionals

Working language(s):

English

Organiser:

Jonathan Cooperativa Sociale (Youth NGO)

Jonathan is a non−profit organisation born in 2009 in Piazzola sul Brenta, Province of Padua, Italy.
Our goal is to promote the society well-being through the people’s self−empowerment and self−development with an important role of active citizenship and intercultural dialogue.

The African proverb "it takes a whole village to raise a child" perfectly represents the mission we believe in. In our vision, any individual and any group can consciously contribute to the community development and growth, in a sustainable and human rights oriented way.

Thanks to the variety and interdependency of our human and professional resources, our activities range touches different areas: education, training, social development, cultural promotion, environmental protection, human rights, inclusion, gender studies and equal opportunities.

Co-organiser(s):

  • Alla Zoyme (Others)
  • Dreams for life (Youth NGO)
  • Learning for Change Fundation (Others)

Contact for questions:

Alice M. Trevelin

Website: http://www.jonathancoop.com

Facebook:

E-mail: alice.trevelin@jonathancoop.com

E-Mail:

Phone: +39 348 9342361

Costs

Participation fee

There are no participation fees.

Accommodation and food

'Resilient Youth for a Sustainable Future' is a project financed by the Erasmus+ Programme, thus all the activities, accommodation and food are 100% covered by the EU grant.

Travel reimbursement

The travel costs will be reimbursed to the participants after the training and burocracy procedure execution, to the maximum amount limit detailed as follows:

- Italy: up to 20€

- Germany, Portugal, Poland, Serbia, Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria: up to 275€

- Cyprus: up to 360€

It is established on the base of E+ program rules and using the European Distance Calculator.

This training activity is funded by:

The Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme

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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