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Youth programme procedure

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To understand all the steps to follow to apply for a networking project in the National Agency
To answer to all questions regarding application procedure

Description of the tool

The session should start with a short presentation of the application procedure from the very beginning of the process (where to ask for information, fill in the application form, etc) till the last step (final report and final payment)

Then participants go back in their project groups (networking teams), to list all the questions they have related to the YOUTH programme itself or to the application procedure.
Then penary feedback to collect and regroup all the questions and to finsh consultations in small groups to clarify the questions and discuss with every project team individually

Other form during the second training
1/ Same collective presentation of the process
2/ they go back in their project groups with an copy of the application form and have a look on it, writing all questions they have
3/ Plenary session to answer questions


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Tool overview

This tool is for


and addresses

Youth Initiatives

Materials needed:

Paper to write questions



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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Denis Morel (on 7 October 2005)

and last modified

17 December 2008

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