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"Rückenwind Youthpass Seminar"

The training activity took place
in Innsbruck
organised by Arbeiterkammer Tirol
11 -15.01.2016
Reference person

Mark E. Taylor

(Trainer)
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Aims & objectives

The main aims and objectives were:
• to support the Youthpass process, especially for young people with fewer opportunities
• to build common understandings of non-formal learning processes; to discuss, reflect and exchange on Learning to Learn methods and different ways of recording learning
• to develop tools to support the learning process of future participants
• to set the bases for future common projects.

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

The 24 participants came from Austria, Estonia, Finland, France, Hungary, Italy, Spain, Sweden and UK. Mark E. Taylor (France) and Markus Albrecht (Austria) were the two trainers who facilitated the seminar. The main working language was English and most of the other participant languages were also used depending on context.

Training methods used & main activities

The main contents were: exchanges on personal Youthpass process experience (as participants, facilitators, mentors), how to foster the learning process of the participants, different ways of approaching the concept of key competences and learning, reflections on how to adapt methods to support learning – with ukulele as metaphor - according to the needs of different target groups, situations, actions; planning future projects.

Methods: Group work, Discussions, Learning Buddies, Open Space, ... get into L2L in an unexpected way (Ukulele sessions).

Example “Chairy Tale” video.
What happens next?
Showing sequences and inviting the group to comment and extrapolate.
Confront participants with unexpected
Gain new understandings of learning
(and use ukulele for emotions).


Outcomes of the activity

Participants gained new understandings of learning.
They got a deeper insight in the concept of non-formal learning, and exchanged on methods and how to implement youth pass in practice.
And particpants and trainers learned to yodel :_)

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Co-trainer.

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

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