|Get Transnational! International Training Course on Transnational Youth Initiatives, entrepreneurship and youth participation.|
19-25 June 2017 | Cercedilla, Madrid, Spain
Get Transnational is a 5 days training course about how to prepare, run and evaluate qualitative transnational youth initiatives for young people within the new ERASMUS + Programme. This is the 3rd edition of this training course.
The priority of this course is to continue promoting the development of European projects and as far as it is possible to stimulate the participation and the spirit of entrepreneurship of young people as well as their creativity, through transnational youth initiatives in collaboration projects with partners or groups from other countries. The transnational youth initiatives, within Key Action 2, Strategic Partnerships, in the framework of ERASMUS + Programme offer a perfect frame for the youngsters to develop international projects.
Concrete objectives of the course are:
1. To match European partners who are interested in developing youth initiatives linked to entrepreneurship and youth participation.
2. To create a meeting for potential partners that would like to develop a transnational youth initiative through ERASMUS + Programme.
3. To explore the added value of the European dimension of youth initiatives related to entrepreneurship and youth participation.
4. To facilitate the acquisition by participants of communication, teamwork and project management skills of international activities and networking.
The methodology of the course is based on the fundamental principles of non-formal education. The methods provided will enable participants to fully participate in the learning process. Learning from experience will be a fundamental pillar in the way the course will be facilitated. The course focuses on key aspects of non-formal education like the participant centred approach, which means that the program flow will be designed keeping in mind the participants’ real experience in the topic. The learning process will be adapted to the participants’ needs and learning preferences as well as the group’s work rhythm.