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E2 - transversal methods from a formal to a non formal education

The training activity took place
in Barcelona
organised by Asociación Mundus - un mundo a tus pies

Aims & objectives

To share info and debate about the situation of the education
systems in different European countries along with the analysis of
their consequences upon youth and youth work, exploring the “state
of art” of the youth sector in Europe;
• to discover and create international partnerships and plan longterm
projects, providing support to plan concrete steps for its
implementation, discuss funding and tools (e.g. project management,
good practice, intercultural learning, links and networks to look for
further help);
• to provide and share good practices and mobility opportunity of
young people and VET students through transversal cooperation
among organizations coming from the Youth, the VET and/or the
Higher Education sectors;
to create links between educational institutions interested in
providing youth workers with courses and European programs
(particularly Erasmus+), European policy, and the European Youth
• to create a platform of cooperation between VET, HE and youth
work institutions aiming at creating joint future projects within KA 2
Strategic partnership.

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

Number of participants: 21 people
Youth workers and school teachers
Partners: 16 organizations from 12 countries from all around Europe.

Training methods used & main activities

Some examples:
Brainstorming, world café (Open Space Technology), Compass manual "one step forward"; Domino manual "Albatros"; Salto-youth "the house of learning"; networking cafe with local schools;

Outcomes of the activity

KA2 applied in France and in Germany, 4 new VET projects, 3 new partners in the network.

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Main trainer: Activity design and implementation.

I worked on this training for 5 days as a full time trainer.

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