26 youth workers from Ukraine were trained on how to conduct valuable workshops for youth, within ENPower training course, as part of the ENPower project, supported by Erasmus+ Programme.
The training course, organized by Norsensus Mediaforum (Norway), FAIR (Poland) Fundatia Danis (Romania) and Resonance Foundation (Ukraine), took place in Poland, at the end of January 2019.
The event brought together youth workers from the four countries. During the six-day training course, the youth workers learned and developed essential skills on how to conduct workshops for young people. Then, they learned the specifics of conducting training courses on entrepreneurship, visual communication, volunteering and career counselling. Moreover, the youth workers learned about how to organize mentorship or internship programs for young people, involving universities, schools, youth organizations/students unions, and companies and SMEs from their communities. In the last days of the training, in teams and using the ENPower training toolkit, the youth workers conducted small workshops, learning by experience how to put into practice the knowledge and skills gained.
Check here some of the photos from ENpower training course: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmCnFKY4.
ENpower project – Bridges to ENpower. Cross-sectorial initiative to support the young people in their quest for ENtrepreneurship – is co-funded by European Commission, through Erasmus+ Programme (KA2 – Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices -Capacity Building in the field of Youth), and implemented by Rehionalnyj Blahodijnyj Fond “Rezonans” (Resonance Foundation, Ukraine, lead organization), Fundatia Danis pentru Dezvoltare Manageriala (Fundatia Danis, Romania), Norsensus Mediaforum (Norsensus, Norway) and Fundacja Aktywnych Inicjatyw Rozwoju (FAIR, Poland).
Bridges to ENpower aims to improve the quality of youth work in Ukraine, in the field of entrepreneurship education for young people, and to foster cooperation and exchanges between youth organizations from Ukraine, Poland, Romania and Norway.