Deadline: 15 June 2016
Open to: youth workers, youth leaders from United Kingdom, Romania, Estonia, Spain, Portugal, Greece, the Netherlands, Poland, Hungary, Macedonia
Venue: 16-23 December 2016, Wales, United Kingdom
Developing Cultural Competency is a short training course funded by the Erasmus + programme that support those engaged in both formal and non-formal education projects at the international level. It supports participants to develop working praxis (integration if theory and practice) for this type of work.
Set among one of the oldest cultures in Europe (Wales), this project will be based at the Urdd center in Bala. As well as engaging within the topic of culture from their own realities, participants will learn how the Welsh culture has maintained it survival while also allowing for the inclusion of other cultures and nations within the nation.
This project is open for a range of participants from across all sectors, however the ideal candidate are youth workers, leaders and those who will continue to be active at the European level and can be multipliers of the project. The project is also suitable for those looking to engage in a longer-term international project, whether that be taking on EVS, studying on an Erasmus scholarship or moving to work within another country within Europe.
The project has been financed by the Erasmus+ programme, so there is no participation fee. The costs related to accommodation and food will be completely covered by the hosting organisation. Travel tickets are refundable for the participants who attend the whole program.
How to apply?
In order to apply you should fill in the online application form latest by 15 June 2016.
For more information please check the official call.