Erasmus+ training course
Valencia, September 24-30
O1:To develop the entrepreneurial competences of youth workers competences and their entrepreneurship know-how through: A 8 day TC for 30 youth workers, 1 toolkit with NFE methods about entrepreneurship, 30 analysis of youth startups.
O2: To raise awareness regarding the importance of entrepreneurship education and funding opportunities among youth workers through: 1 study case about the startup ecosystem from 10 countries in 10 languages, 10 awareness workshops for European youth workers (150 participants) and 10 local workshops for young people with fewer opportunities (200 participants).
O3: To inform 300 NGOs about social entrepreneurship concept as the next level in their organisational development, how to develop new programs that can financially sustain their organisation, how to think creatively, act independently from government and their donors through 1 collaborative working community (using facebook network) and dedicated articles.
The target group is formed by youth workers active in European Youth organisations, developing projects and long-term programmes to guide people who are unemployed and at risk of social exclusion (young people, young women, young people with disabilities and migrants) and with “the missing entrepreneurs”. The youth workers are seeking for new perspectives on entrepreneurship education, to develop their entrepreneurial skills and to expand their methodologies in guiding the young people to launch their startups.
PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:
5 participants aged 18-27
Highly motivated and interested to participate fully in the project activities.
Good English level.
Commited to do dissemination activities in local community and online after the exchange.
1 group leader, no age limit
Experienced and involved in youth exchanges
Very good command of English language.
We require you to read and follow the rules set in the Infopack and the "Regulamin Mobilności".
The project will be implemented in the frame of the ERASMUS+ Programme. Accommodation, living, working materials & other project related expenses will be funded 100% by the European Commission, except the travel costs which is up to the limit of 275 euro/person for Polish participant.
Please plan your journey so that to arrive in Sofia. We will arrange a bus shuttle to pick up all the participants and take them to Sunny Beach, where is the venue. The meeting point will be at Sofia Airport. For those who will arrive at the Central Bus Station, we will give more information later on. About the hour of the meeting, we will inform you after collecting all participants’ arrival information, but the aim is to arrive in Sofia before 13h on 5th June and depart after 15h on 13th June.
Price of the bus - The price of the bus is 20 euro per person both ways, which amount will be deducted from each participant’s travel budget.
REMEMBER that the reimbursement of the travel costs of each country in the Erasmus + program is pre-determined and you have to search for the most cost-efficient option of transportation. The maximum amount of travel costs that is covered by the project for each country is written in the Info-pack. Don’t forget, you have to confirm first with the organizers before buying any tickets. The tickets without organizers' approval, may not be reimbursed.
Entering Bulgaria (COVID)
The project was approved without budget for PCR tests of the participants (The participants have to do that on their own).
In the beginning of May we expect the new rules for entering Bulgaria, which will hopefully be more favourable since the summer season is starting, so we will keep you updated for any news.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.