This is a reference for Michal Braun

,,Be a citizen”

The training activity took place
in Lille, France
organised by Histoire de Savoirs

Aims & objectives

The main aim of this training course was to promote and foster European Citizenship, employability, volunteering and active participation through providing participants with competences in the field of project management in order to enable them to create quality youth projects and in this way to foster the youth employability within their local communities. The lateral objectives of this training course were to enhance the personal and professional development of the participants, so that they act as multipliers of the gained knowledge within their organizations and their local communities.

Target group & international/intercultural composition of the group & team

France, Italy, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbejan, Armenia, Moldova, Romania

Training methods used & main activities

For the achievement of the learning objectives a variety
of interactive working methods such as workshops, role-plays, outdoor activities and plenary discussions were
used, according to the specific learning needs of the participants and their organizations, in order to cover all
aspects of the project themes.

Outcomes of the activity

- developed understanding about the concept of European Citizenship, indepth discussions

- empowered youngsters, especially those with fewer opportunities to act as multipliers in the fields of European Citizenship and youth participation in their local communities – new project and initiatives prepared

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Training preparation, responsibility of the training sessions and evaluation groups

I worked on this training for 7 days as a full time trainer.

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