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Be prepared

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The project Be prepared was realized in Ćiovo - Croatia from 21.06 till 28.06.2019.
The goal is to promote humane action, first aid and water rescue.

Aims of the tool

The aim of the e-booklet Be prepared is to serve as a diary for implementation, and to help it realize individual workshops, events and modules.

The aim is also to serve in the dissemination of results and the promotion of Erasmus + programs and youth mobility.

Description of the tool

The e-booklet Be prepared contains all the descriptions of the workshops and sources used for the planning, and will also help raise awareness of the competences and results gained. Workshops and modules are used to acquire first aid knowledge, rescue on the water, cultural and traditional values, and adopt new energizers, also one of the ideas is that a proven model of implementation of youth exchange be implemented in future projects.

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Tool overview

Be prepared

This tool is for

Young people from 13 to 30 years, youth workers

and addresses

Personal Development, Peer education, Evaluation, Youth Participation

It is recommended for use in:

Youth Exchanges

Materials needed:

Materials what you need to use is up to part of booklet what you wont to released.


Up to module what you wont to use.

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

OIP Posejdon

in the context of


The tool has been experimented in

Youth exchange

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Igor Spetic (on 16 January 2024)

and last modified

25 November 2019

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