30 July 2020
Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange Training for Youth Organisations (Autumn)
This training programme provides participants with an introduction to Transnational Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange Projects through a learning-by-do approach. It includes a blend of synchronous “taster” facilitated dialogue sessions and weekly asynchronous activities on Moodle platform and regular tutoring sessions over the 6 weeks. The course has been designed this way to meet the needs of youth workers for flexibility.
Youth workers will also understand the requirements to successfully implement Virtual Exchange in their projects and will gain experience in the following: designing and implementing youth activities for intercultural learning, digital literacy, including communicating and collaborating online. Moreover, partipants will take part in an Online Facilitated Dialogue session (OFD), thefore will learn, first hand about the benefits of including OFD sessions in your projects.
Opportunity Focus Areas:
- Digital Literacies
- Online Presence
- Challenges in VE
- Tools for online activities
- Learning Goals
- Designing for Intercultural Learning
- Task Design
- Facilitated Synchronous Discussions
- Open Badges
EGYPT, SYRIA, PALESTINE, JORDAN, LEBANON, TUNISIA, ALGERIA, MOROCCO, LIBYA, TURKEY, CYPRUS & OTHER COUNTRIES ARE NOT FROM THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA.
- Date of selection:13 August 2020.
- Program starts from 13 September to 24 October 2020.
- The weekly time commitment: 5-6 hours.
- The age must be 18 and over.
- The training requires no previous experience with Virtual Exchange, although trainees must be supported by a youth organisation, as an integral part of the course is creating a Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange project and implementing it.
The program is recommended for youth workers, trainers, youth leaders, youth project managers, youth policy makers, volunteering mentors, youth coaches, youth researchers.
- Trainings offered in English require a minimum language level of B1.
- This online course is fully funded by the European Commision.
First Step: Complete the pre-registration form selecting the course dates that you want to apply for. You must be a youth worker. Upload your Youth Organisation’s PIF, write your PIC number of your organisation and your email. Specify why you are interested in the course in 250-500 words and the impact Erasmus+ professional development :training have
- on you.
- the youth you support.
- your youth organisation.
- your community 250-500 words.
Second Step: Pre-registrations will be processed and trainees selected based on their eligibility, their reasons for applying for the course, and also they aim to find a balance of trainees from different parts of Europe and Southern Mediterranean countries. You will be informed 30 days before the start of the course if your pre-registration was successful and you will be sent the official registration form
Third Step: Complete the official registration form within 5 working days (after this date, your place will be offered to someone on the waiting list)
Fourth Step: You will receive confirmation of enrollment and access to the Learning Platform and will then be able to access the course, start to do the pre-training activities and view the required reading
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This Scholarship Published by:
“Sandra Hany/ Egypt“
Reviewed by “Gehad Omara/ Egypt”
MARJ3 Scholarships Team