The final event
THE BOXES OF A YOUTH WORKER – THE EUROPEAN CHALLENGE
- Youth workers meeting – 6th – 9th July 2017, Timișoara, Romania
UPDATE 02.06.2017, 27.06.2017, 01.07.2017
Thank you very much for your interest! We are very happy to see so many people willing to take the next steps of the voyage!
This is the list with the participants selected so far. All the persons from the list got a message to confirm their places. Please check your spam if you are on this list but you have not seen your confirmation letter so far.
THE SELECTED PARTICIPANTS (confirmed)
- Markus Toppek - Austria
- Frederic Wera - Belgium
- Mira Yotkova - Bulgaria
- Froso Nikolaou - Cyprus
- Maria Prodromou - Cyprus
- Prodromos Prodromou - Cyprus
- Lada Matyášová - Czechia
- Petr Kantor - Czechia
- Eva Suomalainen - Finland
- Burkhard Haasch - Germany
- Luca Steffens - Germany
- Dimitrios Makrystathis - Greece
- Evangelia Rakou - Greece
- Ildiko Sarkozy - Hungary
- Cameron Keighron - Ireland
- Cosimo Gallo - Italy
- Fantini Mariagiovanna - Italy
- Francesco Grillo - Italy
- Ilaria Zocco - Italy
- Jonathan Coloretti - Italy
- Marco Gallico - Italy
- Paola De Lumè - Italy
- Zane Ermane - Latvia
- Ausra Degutyte - Lithuania
- Raimundas Kančauskas - Lithuania
- Virginija Paliukaite - Lithuania
- Diana Gómez - Malta
- Theo-Henk van Oosten - Netherlands
- Amed Sami - Poland
- Anna Garczynska - Poland
- Anna Glodek - Poland
- Elżbieta Buławska - Poland
- Katarzyna Wójcik - Poland
- Natalia Kazmierska - Poland
- Sarah Woroniecka - Poland
- Wojciech Pajerski - Poland
- Beata Zaborowska - Poland
- Tiago Pinho - Portugal
- Antonio Tavares - Portugal
- Slavomir Bucher - Slovakia
- Arancha Ferrer de la Cruz - Spain
- Carlos Gustavo Silva García - Spain
- Jesús Antonio Alfaro Barroso - Spain
- Miguel Angel Sanchez - Spain
- Li Åsebring - Sweden
- Feyza Basar - Turkey
- Mehmet Cam - Turkey
- Serhat Calis - Turkey
- Carmen Cracknell - United Kingdom
- Helen Hughes - United Kingdom
Host country - the selected participants
- Avram Gratiela - Romania
- Camelia Ilie - Romania
- Csatlos - Dima Iosif - Romania
- Doru Pralia - Romania
- Grüman Éva-Orsolya - Romania
- Ileana Enastescu - Romania
- Ilinca Tutica - Romania
- Lavinia Visan - Romania
- Nan Ileana - Romania
- Nicoleta-Mirela Danciu - Romania
- Ovidiu Simonetti - Romania
- Valentina Stefan - Romania
Plus the participants - support team - Romania
- Maria Rebeca Iacob - Romania
- Ionescu Diana - Romania
- Carmen-Florina Pascaru - Romania
- Carje Alina-Ileana - Romania
- Camelia Balan - Romania
- Antohe Roxana-Elena - Romania
- Amina Panduru - Romania
- Alina Suvac - Romania
- Alexandru Aron - Romania
- Sorin Burcea - Romania
- Catalina Nicolin - Romania
- Aurora Saulean - Romania
- Arina Tolea - Romania
- Lavinia Bodea - Romania
- Radu Cornelia - Romania
- Ecaterina Dobroiu - Romania
- Edina Andreea Iacob - Romania
- Lenuta Negoiasa - Romania
THE BOXES OF A YOUTH WORKER – THE EUROPEAN CHALLENGE
Youth workers meeting – 6th – 9th July 2017, Timișoara, Romania
This event is for you if:
- You are interested in the youth worker development in Europe;
- You have tested or want to test some online tools available for youth workers;
- You want to be inspired in your work by other good practice examples and inspire others, as well;
- You want to meet youth workers from more than 20 countries;
- You want to be part of other initiatives for youth workers in Europe.
You can now start here.
Do you want to know more? Here is some relevant information.
- Multiplier event: ”The boxes of a youth worker – the European challenge”
- Proposed venue: Romania, Timișoara
- Date: 6th – 9th July 2017
- Format: open space/workshops/dissemination - testing panels;
- Participants: at least 50 participants from Erasmus+ Programme countries;
- Financial coverage: accommodation and food during the event for the selected participants;
- Selection process: described below;
- Topics of the event: described below.
The course is open for participants from Programme countries of E+.
Programme countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Turkey.
The design of the meeting will allow the youth workers to:
- Discuss about their work in their countries, compare, share good practice approaches;
- Find out more about the youth worker in Europe;
- Work more with the e-learning management system, meet the creators, see the challenges, the positive and improvable aspects;
- Learn more about the tools created in the project for youth workers: - Interactive career guidance guide – CAREER BOX, SIMULATION BOX of JOBS, Online LEARNING TO LEARN training course, and YOUTH WORKER – online training course;
- Create new synergies between them and concrete initiatives, work together – propose new initiatives in the online youth work in Europe;
- Offer feedback upon using our tools and about the usefulness of the “missions” they had during the online training course for Youth Worker and Learning to Learn training course;
- Propose other relevant sessions they are interested in.
Learning environment: open space/workshops/dissemination - testing panels;
Time frame second call for applications, second deadline to apply: 25.06.2017;
Time frame for the first call:
- Deadline to apply: 31st May 2017;
- Results available on 02.06.2017, inserted below;
- A few places left;
How to apply:
- The first step is to create your user on the platform and enrol to the event by indicating your motivation, here;
- You can improve your application by exploring the modules presented on this portal for youth workers: http://thevoyage.eu, sharing good practice, using presented tools, being involved in dissemination etc. For more details, consult the introduction page of your application;
The selection criteria will focus on the following elements:
- participation in the youth work online training course;
- participation in the online learning to learn training course;
- contribution to improvement of these online training courses (feedback);
- lessons taken and ways to apply what they have learnt;
- number of young people you encourage to access the platform (for this aspect, the platform for learning to learn course gives each participant the option of inserting the name of the persons who recommended taking the course);
- number of young people who are informed, supported in their personal/professional development planning;
- examples of good practice you share, from their work;
- dissemination you perform;
The event is free of charge for the participants, thanks to the funds from Erasmus+ programme and the efforts made by the team of the project.
Activities, accommodation and food are fully covered for the period of the event; the transport is to be covered by you. Timișoara is a place with great European transport connection, see more details below.
When you have fulfilled the basic requirements, you will get an attendance certificate.
The meeting will be held in English.
Intermediate - Advanced
Our meeting will be held in Romania, Timișoara alias Little Vienna / City of Flowers or Heart of Banat.
1. has an international airport, Traian Vuia, with very good connections all over Europe, low cost included;
2. has a great cultural life with rich historical connections and multicultural perspectives;
3. was selected to be European Capital of Culture in 2021;
4. is one of the most important educational and academic centres of Romania;
5. was Capital of Youth in 2016 in Romania and has an important youth movement;
6. The West University of Timișoara offers one post-graduate university course for youth workers: "Management of educational resources for youth";
7. last but not least, it is the place of the Youth workers meeting - theVOYAGE – 6th – 9th July 2017;
- The International airport from Timișoara has flights from Air France, Alitalia, Blue Air, KLM Airlines, Lufthansa, Ryanair, TAROM or Wizz Air. There are direct connections from Munich, Bergamo, Berlin-Schönefeld, Bucharest, Hahn, London-Stansted, Weeze, Barcelona, Bari, Beauvais, Bologna, Charleroi, Dortmund, Eindhoven, Hahn, London-Luton, Madrid, Memmingen, Rome-Ciampino, Treviso or Valencia.
- If Timișoara is not suitable for you, you can choose Budapest as an airport and from there you can travel a few hours by train/bus or even take a low cost flight.
- From all over Europe, of course, you can find other transport options - trains, buses; we will try to offer our help if you need to search for the best option, once selected.
- In connection with this event, we plan to have at least 5 initiatives developed during the process and these initiatives will be listed on the website so if they are other people interested in joining them, they can do it.
- You can join THE LEARNING TO LEARN HANSE – a proposed virtual sharing space;
- You can join THE YOUTH WORKER HANSE – a proposed virtual space for a community of youth workers in Europe;
This event is provided through the E+ project ”The suitcase, the map and the voyage of a youth worker”, funded with support from the European Commission. More about the project and the other online modules developed in the project can be found at http://thevoyage.eu.
The team of the project consists of: Predict CSD Consulting (Romania), Schultz Development (Romania), Aurel Vlaicu University in Arad (Romania), Millennium Center Association (Romania), Dacorum Council for Voluntary Service (Great Britain), Asociacion Cultural Integra (Spain), Fundacja Centrum Aktywnosci Tworczej (Poland), Organization for Promotion of European Issues (Cyprus) and EURO – NET (Italy).
Check out our online offer at http://thevoyage.eu and try out the e-modules we have launched, available to be explored self-paced.
Do you need help?
You can call us at 0040722977094 or write to email@example.com.
Are you ready for enrolment?
Have you got all the information you need?
If you are ready, you can apply here.
Take your box and come to this European event for youth workers!
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