SSSting! – January 2013

The training course will be based on the specific needs of the participants and their organisations and will be highly participatory. Diversity, e.g. in the group of participants, will be considered as a resource for the building-up and transfer of competences. There will only be few frontal lectures, the main part of the training course will be delivered in the form of practical sessions implemented by the participants in a learningby- doing fashion.

The trainers will take care of creating a supportive and safe learning environment, where participants are encouraged and coached while mastering challenges that contribute to their personal, professional and organisational development. Special attention is paid to making the learning points of the training course relevant, sustainable and transferable, eg by giving ample room for reflection and assessment, by producing exhaustive documentation and by providing templates and guidance for tailormade development and action plans.

you are actively involved in your organisation and you work with youth from less privileged areas you are able to attend for the full duration of the event and you are able to fully communicate in English you are in a position and willing to follow-up on the outcomes of this training course in your organisation via active youth work.

The training course is scheduled to take place from January 12th – 20th of 2013 in Annaberg, a beautiful village on the countyside of Austria. Financial support was approved by the Austrian National Agency for the European Commission’s programme “Youth in Action” (action 3.1) and the Council of Europe’s “European Youth Foundation” (category A).

The international travel costs are covered with 70%, up to a reasonable maximum amount. board, lodging, visa costs, local transports, all materials and the content of the training course are fully covered for a participation fee of EUR 40. You are in charge of arranging your own insurance for your travel and stay in Austria.

MarCus Vrecer