This is a reference for Marius Ulozas

“I am unemployed, but I am working on it”

The training activity took place
in Guimaraes, Portugal
organised by SALTO Inclusion RC and National Agency YIA of Portugal

Aims & objectives

The topic of the training was unemployment among young people. It was partially a methodological training for youth workers, and same time a good opportunity for the participants to explore the unemployment topic and finding partner organizations for future projects.

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

The target group was youth leaders who work with young unemployed and job-seeker people. The participants: 26 participants (17F/9M), from 16 countries.
Co-trainers: Miguel Angel Garcia Lopez, Germany-Spain, Timea Solve, Hungary, Ülly Enn, Estonia – Belgium (SALTO Inclusion), Jorge Christino (Portugal NA)There will be a publication about the outcomes of the training. Find more information here:

Training methods used & main activities

We used different non formal learning methods during the training: group work activities, project planning tasks, drama methods focusing on motivation and prejudices.

Outcomes of the activity

The course gave participants the opportunity to develop projects with the support of their peers and the team. 6 months after the course:
Successes are the following - six months after the training:
50% of participants has developed one or more projects
36% of participants received Youth in Action funding for their project
36% of the projects are organised with partner organisations found on the TC Unemployment.
Another result in Working on work practical guide:

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

My main part was to share my experiences in working with young unemployed people, and show different practical techniques and methods to the youth workers. I took care of reflecting own learning and issuing YouthPasses to participants.

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

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