Thu, Apr 23rd, 2020
Léargas Webinar Wednesdays will run online for 8 weeks from Wednesday 29 April. We’ll explore themes and topics relevant to Erasmus+, European Solidarity Corps and eTwinning. Whether you have a lot of experience or are a complete newcomer, the webinars will have something to offer!
Each webinar targets different sectors and is an opportunity to learn alternative online methods for carrying out and supporting European projects. It’s also a chance to virtually ‘meet’ other organisations, discuss, and share practice.
You’ll find the schedule below. We’ll update this page with the recording and presentations from each webinar as they happen. You can also follow us on on Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin for updates.
Sector: All sectors
Themes: Support programme beneficiaries to learn new facilitation skills to implement their European project meetings online.
Sector: School Education
Themes: Raise awareness of the benefits of international collaboration among teachers in special education settings.
Themes: An overview of funding opportunities at national level for young people to implement projects in their local communities.
Themes: An insight into the theory and practice behind Digital Youth Work. This webinar will focus on how youth workers can transfer their work with young people onto a digital platform.
Sector: Youth, Volunteering, Civic Society and Community Organisations
Themes: Discover European Solidarity Corps solidarity projects, and how inclusion projects and organisations can take up these opportunities. Explore what solidarity means within your organisation, and the impact it can have on your sector.
Aims: Look at the theory of non-formal education and how it can be applied practically to Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps projects. We will link in with two experts in the field and discuss how non-formal learning can be implemented effectively with young people.
Themes: An opportunity for organisations to exchange good examples of digital activities they’ve carried out, receive peer-to-peer support, and network.
Themes: Identify the roles and responsibilities of youth workers in supporting young people’s mental health during this pandemic. We will also discover how KA2 can provide opportunities to help support the development of online tools and platforms.