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The training activity took place
in London, UK
organised by OTI Education

Aims & objectives

Many young people complain that they do not know about the different opportunities available to them. We often hear them saying they would have taken advantage of various opportunities if only they had known. This is a training course looking at access to information within the EU. We will evaluate how youth understand this concept and how they use their rights to information. We will look at the various places where youth can find useful information and how they can use this information to their advantage. We will analyse how information is available and see if there is a lack of information or simply a lack of interest to find this information. We will also explore methods to ease the process of finding information for youth in Europe.

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

Bulgaria, Cyprus, FY Republic of Macedonia, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Romania, Spain, United Kingdom, United Kingdom

Training methods used & main activities

Various non-formal methodologies that were used during the project are:
- Simulations
- Discussions and Debates
- Creativity Workshops and Presentations
- Role Play and Theatrical activities
- Digital Activities (Magazines and Videos)
- Team Building Activities and energisers and icebreakers

Outcomes of the activity

- Awareness about ICT competences and future jobs for young people.
- Practice on non formal methodologies for enhancing competences.

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

- Facilitator/Trainer for the whole duration of the project

I worked on this training for 8 days as a full time trainer.

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