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Project workbook

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This is a tool to help to design a YiA project, most suitable for actions 1.1 and 1.2. but also applicable elsewhere.

Aims of the tool

To provide structure and guidelines for the process of planning a project.

Description of the tool

Workbook is a practical tool to use throughout a project training. It allows to plan a project step-by-step in logical sequence and also provides guidelines on how to transfer information from the workbook to the project application.

The tool is most suitable to use for creating Youth Exchange or Youth Initiative projects, but can be also applied in other types of projects.

The workbook can be used both as core material of the training, or as a supporting tool.

The link to the workbook:


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Tool overview

This tool addresses

Project Management

It is recommended for use in:

Action 1.1 (Youth Exchanges)
Action 1.2 (Youth Initiatives)

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Jana Kukk (with contributions of several co-trainers in different courses)

in the context of

The tool was originally created for use in project management trainings for NGO's and was later adapted for YiA project trainings.

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Jana Kukk (on 21 March 2013)

and last modified

18 March 2013

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