Did you know that Erasmus+ can fund you to take part in training events that help you prepare, apply for and run Youth in Action projects? These events are managed by an organisation called SALTO. Each year Léargas chooses a number of particularly relevant training events that people working in the Irish youth sector can be funded to attend.
To apply to go to a training event, click on the SALTO link after the listing. You will need a SALTO account to see the details. If you don’t have one, follow the on-screen instructions to set one up. Léargas will then get in touch with you to let you know if your application has been successful.
Here are the upcoming training events for the youth sector only. Check here for TCA opportunities in other sectors.
Tool Fair XIII #PowerUp! will provide a stimulating environment for varied approaches and practices for those working to support Youth Empowerment with a focus on Human Rights, Active Participation, Intercultural Dialogue, Social Inclusion and Mental Health.
Project Lab 2018 is an international cooperation project for people who work in rural areas and seek to bring their activities to the next level: international youth work by using Erasmus+ opportunities.
There will be up to 50 participants coming from different countries in order to brainstorm new project ideas and find international partners to make things happen.
Sports play a very important role in our societies. They can be a very powerful tool for education and inclusion when working with young people. This training course will explore the different possibilities or Sport as a tool for education and inclusion.
The overall aim of TYE – Tools for Youth Exchanges – is for youth leaders and youth workers to explore, share and adapt tools that can be used to improve their Youth Exchanges.
Giving a strong positive first experience of international youth projects to motivate the participants to use the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme.
The Y.E.A.H training course aims to develop youth workers competences in the field of democracy, active citizenship and youth participation in order to better support the implementation of coherent youth work practices which can promote democratic values and engagement of young people in society.
Improving the impact for Non Formal Education (NFE), principles and methods in empowering young people as real actors of the society (from local to Europe) and building bridges between different educational methods, approaches or reflections.
The aim of the BiTriMulti course is to offer an international learning experience for practitioners active in the youth work field, enabling them to develop their competences in setting up quality Youth Exchange projects;especially newcomers to this field
The Star of Europe training course tackles each step of a youth exchange project and takes a step by step journey through youth participation and partnership by using visual material from the old Finnish game called “The Star of Africa”.
Do you work in a social enterprise and would you like the funding and support of committed volunteers to support your sustainability or growth? Do you have experience working with individuals with special needs such as disability, social issues, special needs, mental challenges or an organisational environment that would welcome young people with such needs? Perhaps you’re experienced with volunteering but need more partners who can host these young people? Or maybe you just want to make a difference to young people’s lives.
SOHO aims at enhancing quality of Volunteering Activities through development of essential competences of support persons. It also provides up-to-date information on the new EU initiative European Solidarity Corps to support volunteering for young people.
Appetiser aims to give a strong positive first experience of international youth work and motivate participants to use Erasmus+ Youth in Action. This aim summarises the entire idea of the seminar – to give a feeling, what it means to work with young people in an international setting. Leaving all explanations and knowledge aside it is about giving a space for participants to explore the advantage of “internationality” themselves.