Share, Experience, Get Inspired! – Enjoy the diversity of non-formal learning tools

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Education has been challenged the last years in Europe. The educational systems are failing to meet the needs of young people nowadays to develop their competences in a way that they grow as self-confident, competent, socially involved and active citizens who are also able to meet the criteria of the labour market today. At the same time we are witnessing a change in how learning is understood. Learning has been more and more regarded as something that takes place on an ongoing basis from our daily interactions with others and with the world around us. It can take the form of formal, non-formal and informal learning. In parallel the importance of youth work is also growing as the youth workers are one of the main actors supporting the non-formal and informal learning.

The project “Share, Experience, Get Inspired! – Enjoy the diversity of non-formal learning tools” has a duration of 10 months and its main project activity was an international seminar designed to meet the project aim, which is to increase the capacity of the partner organisations by supporting the professional development and enhancement of the competences of their youth workers in fostering creativity, participation, sharing, cooperation, mutual learning and innovation in the field of non-formal learning. To reach that aim, we provided trainers, educators and youth workers from these organisations with the opportunity to exchange and learn methods, tools, innovative approaches and new and creative ways of learning. It served to further develop knowledge and skills essential for the educational activities they implement for the young people they work with (including those with fewer opportunities).

The seminar for youth workers, trainers and educators “Share, Experience, Get Inspired! – Enjoy the diversity of non-formal learning tools” took place from 24 to 28 October 2018 and gathered 37 participants (youth workers, educators, trainers, facilitators) coming from more than 12 different countries, including - Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and Turkey.

You can find more information on what happened at this link.

 The project team also produced a diary of results, which can be viewed here!

 

 

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