The project “Erasmus+, where ideas become projects” is designed as 2 trainings which are planned to help youth workers, educators, volunteers coming from partner organizations to develop their ideas and to put them into the application form for Erasmus+ programme in the sector of youth. The first training take place 20th-28th of March in Zakopane, Poland. During the first training course participant learned more about E+ opportunities (focusing on youth sector) and they developed and train the skills of creating and applying Erasmus + proposals. We will learn about project management and practice basic facilitation skills.
Two young participants from youth sector of Humanost, take part of th first training in Zakopane. What they said after the training:
The project “Erasmus+, where ideas become projects” was designed in a way to help gout workers, educators, volunteers coming from partner organizations to develop their ideas and to put them into the application form for Erasmus+ programme in the sector of youth. The main aim of the project was to provide the participants with the knowledge and skills how to apply for Erasmus+ projects with their own ideas. My experience on this training course was amazing. I improved my English and gained the knowledge I needed to write my own project. I met a lot of new people and learned new and interesting things about other cultures
My personal experience about Zakopane and the project that took place there is incredible. I’ve mentioned so many times that this project is one of the best that I have ever participated. The activities were so informational and guided perfect from the trainers that were on this project. Personally about me I never felt burdens on the project and exhaust less. The activates made my brain active all of the time. I learned so many things related to the topic and out of it . The trainers were really informed and well prepared for the following TC. They were really dedicated to it, they took care about everything there. I am happy that I was part of that project, and hope that in future will participate in other projects successful like this one.