This is a reference for Andrea Bernieri

Youth Work for Entrepreneurial Sport Education

The training activity took place
in Gnesta, Sweden
organised by Ungdomsfronten
6-13 September 2019
Reference person

Alaa Muneer

(Project manager )
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Aims & objectives

Entrepreneurial Sport Education (ESE) was a multiactivity project composed of a TC (Youth Work for Entrepreneurial Sport Education) that took place in Sweden and a YE (Empowering Youth for Entrepreneurial Sport Education) in Italy.
Specific objectives of the project were:
- To reflect and raise awareness about entrepreneurial education through Sport in different EU Countries
- Stimulate empowerment and engagement through Sport
- Sharing examples of good practices to fight exclusion through sport
-Using non-formal learning tools and sport principles and practices as a way to deal with youth unemployment
- Develop a sustainable network for future cooperation among participants and partner organizations in the youth and sport field

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

The Training course included the participation of 17 youth workers from the following Countries: Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Poland, Sweden

Training methods used & main activities

Non-formal and informal learning methods were used throughout the duration of the Training. Focus was given on sport and entrepreneurial education concepts, sport for all, outdoor activities, game-based learning and coaching elements for the leader of the following exchange

Outcomes of the activity

Thanks to the activities carried out throughout the project, participants had the opportunity to improve their key competences, as defined in the Youthpass and specific in relation to the topics of the Training.
In particular, the Training provided youth workers and leaders from partner organizations with the necessary knowledge, skills and competences to use Sport as an instrument to train young people in developing an entrepreneurial mind-set and approach to community-engagement in their local contexts. The aims and objectives have been achieved through an approach grounded on NFE and Sport practice, that let participants acquire and improve diverse learning outcomes and competences which could be tailored to their realities and youth work

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

As freelance trainer, after an initial phase of contacts with the reference person of the organizations promoting the project and after finalizing the design of some of the activities, I was in charge to facilitate and train the group of participants in specific workshops, learning activities and reflection moments

I worked on this training for 9 days as a full time trainer.

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