Deadline: 24 November 2014
Open to: young people from Hungary, Italy, Malta, Macedonia, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Turkey
Venue: 28 February – 7 March 2015, Szeged, Hungary
”IQ: Intercultural Quality ” is a Seminar on developmental model of intercultural sensitiveness and how it can be put into youth work practice. The seminar will take place between 28 February – 07 March 2015 in Szeged, Hungary.
The overall aim of the seminar is to train youth workers, youth leaders, teachers, social workers, etc. on use the Milton J. Bennett model in their daily work and lives in order to improve their intercultural competence to work with different target groups e.g. minorities, immigrants, Roma young people, etc. 8 phases of the model have to be understood by youth workers and share methods, tools and techniques how they can support young people from different cultural background to reach the certain phase or go forward to the next phase in local level then invent new youth projects e.g. youth exchanges, EVS and trainings in order to improve intercultural competences of young people in European level according to the proposals of Erasmus +.
The seminar is open to:
- youth workers, youth leaders, teachers, social workers, etc. who are directly working with young people who are having different cultural backgrounds;
- at least 18 years old, there is no upper age limit;
- having youth work experiences.
Eligible countries are Hungary, Italy, Malta, Macedonia, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Turkey.
The food and accommodation will be provided and paid by the organizers. Travels costs will be covered up to a maximum amount per country listed in attached document. Travel costs will be reimbursed either by bank transfer after the course or at the end of the course in cash. There is 30 EUR participation fee.
Application deadline is 24 November 2014. In order to apply fill in the Registration form and send it to the following email address: email@example.com.
Find the registration form and more details about the seminar HERE.