This is a reference for Sanne de Kieviet

Mind EUR Mental Health

The training activity took place
in Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
organised by Hi Rez Youth Centre/ NA Ireland (Leargas)
March 27 - March 31st, 2014

Aims & objectives

Mind EUR Mental Health will provide an opportunity for youth workers and newcomers to meet project partners to develop youth exchanges within the framework of the new Erasmus+ programme, particularly projects working across the theme of Mental Health.

- Develop contacts and networks to engage in youth exchanges with other participants working on the theme of Mental Health
- Allow for the engagements of Newcomers in Youth Exchange projects
- Share information and experiences of their organisation, target groups and projects working across the theme of mental health
- Gain a clear view of the possibilities and priorities within the Youth in Action Programme/Erasmus +
- Understand how to include non-formal learning and Youthpass in Youth Exchange Projects

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

The target group for this event were youth workers and those working with young
people who were interested in participating in a Youth Exchange within the theme
of Youth Mental Health. We had 17 Participants
from a variety of countries including Ireland, The Netherlands, Italy, Croatia, Slovenia, UK, Romania, Turkey, Poland and France.

The trainer team consisted of 2 trainers: one from Ireland and one from NL (me)

Training methods used & main activities

A diverse range of non-formal learning methods was used throughout the training course. We encouraged many different ways of learning in order to reach and satisfy the individual learning needs of the participants, like group works, discussion groups, art materials, etc.

Outcomes of the activity

We have written an evaluation report of this training with information about the outcomes (which can be send on request) - participants were satisfied with the programme

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

I was one of three main trainers in the trainer team, responsible for the development of the training as well as the complete facilitation.

I worked on this training for 3,5 days days as a full time trainer.

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