Thursday, December 19, 2013


Noored Ühiskonna Heaks (NYH) is promoting a call for participants for a Training Course called NFE Let Young People to Learn which will take place in 1st until 10th March 2014 in Struga, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).

Training course NFE: Let the Young People Learn focus on non-formal education as a way of empowering and activating young people and providing them an opportunity for developing life skills needed to succeed.

NFE: Let the Young People Learn aims to tackle non-formal education as important feature of YiA Programme with goal to provide experienced youth workers, leaders, newcomers in the field of youth work an opportunity to increase their understanding of non-formal education and abilities to use different methods based on non-formal education especially for empowering young people facing social exclusion and its consequences.

Within 8 – days training course that will include outdoor challenges, simulations, role plays, group works, discussions as theoretical insights 28 participants coming from Azerbaijan, Russia, Moldova, Georgia, Belarus, Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, Italy, Croatia, Slovakia, Estonia, Czech Republic, Malta, Bulgaria, Poland, Romania, Spain and Macedonia will have an opportunity to develop their skills (facilitation, communication, team work and leadership) as increase their knowledge about non-formal education and its methods needed when implementing activities that are relevant to needs of disadvantaged groups.
The event will be held in English. There are 2 vacancies available and participants should have minimum 18 years old.

The Youth in Action programme will cover 100% of the accommodation, food and activities and will reimburse the participants with 70% of the travel costs. There will be a participation fee of 40 Eur. per participant.

All the interested people should fill the application form below. The application form must be sent to marco@nyh.ee

Application deadline: 10th January 2014

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