Friday, December 02, 2005

Training Course "Adventure Education", 8 - 15 July 2006, Luxembourg

Application deadline: 10 January 2006
National Agency of the YOUTH programme from Luxembourg has published a Call for participants for the Training Course "Adventure Education", that will take place at the Youth Hostel Lultzhausen, Luxembourg, 8 - 15 July 2006.The Training Course will touch practical aspects of Youth Work through workshops, presentations, information space, exchange of experience, discussions, learning by experience, intercultural learning. The participants will have the opportunity to present their personal, professional and cultural backgrounds. They will also have the opportunity to share experiences about their work with young people and to see how to transfer their experiences of adventure education to the reality of their everyday work with young people. Working language of the TC: English.
Objectives
to provide a general introduction to theory and practice of experiential education,
to enable participants to implement outdoor projects in their organisations and within the YOUTH programme,
to help contact making between youth workers and youth leaders from the different countries involved,
to share and learn from different experiences and work realities in the different countries,
to enable participants to improve their knowledge and their future work concerning adventure education,
to put questions and find answers to adventure education,
to promote co-operation between youth workers, to initiate projects in the YOUTH programme.
Number of Participants
They are expecting around 23 participants:
7 participants from different Partner Countries of Eastern Europe and Caucasus ( Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine),
6 participants from different Partner Countries of South East Europe (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and Serbia and Montenegro, including UNMIK Kosovo)
3 participants from Belgium (Flemish, French and German speaking Communities),
1 participant from France,
1 participant from Germany,
1 participant from the Netherlands and
4 participants from Luxembourg.
Profile of Participants
Priority will be given to applicants:
who come from organisations with a certain knowledge and/or interest of adventure education and want to improve them,
who have the will to set up projects with partner countries and programme countries while using adventure education,
be in a good physical condition and willing to participate in sports activities,
have an organisation commitment/support.
Costs
Board and lodging will be provided and paid by the European Commission. Travel costs will be reimbursed.
Application procedure
All applicants must apply by filling in this application form and sending it back by 10 January 2006 to the SALTO Resource Centres or the different Agencies involved. Participants from Partner Countries (South East Europe, Eastern Europe and Caucasus) must send their application form to the SALTO-Centre in charge of their region. Participants from Programme countries (Belgium, France, Germany and the Netherlands) must send their application to their National Agency.
For more information and contact details please consult the official Call for Participants and Programme of the TC.

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