ALL IN is a strategic partnership project funded by Erasmus+ with partners from Austria, Spain, Italy, Bulgaria, Belgium, Slovenia and Scotland. The project aims to develop and test training for youth work practitioners, youth leaders, project coordinators and other people involved in youth work on making youth work inclusive.
ALL IN project goals:
- Develop and test training module about inclusive approach to all in youth work
- Develop and test support material for the training module
- Train trainers who will be able to carry out training based on training module at local/regional/national and European level
- Work through different channels to make the created products sustainable also after the end of the project
YouthLink Scotland’s role is to co-ordinate the development of the training module. The training module for youth work practitioners, youth leaders, trainers, project managers and others involved in youth work will be focused on making youth work inclusive with young people.
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Scotland Training - October and November 2018
Applications are now open to take part in ALL IN training taking place in Scotland over four days (15th, 16th October & 5th, 6th November) in Central Edinburgh. The training aims to give participants space and time to gain practical and theoretical knowledge about inclusive youth work, and the skills to implement it in youth work practice.
The course is suitable for people involved at all levels in the youth work sector, including students, early career youth workers, managers and senior decision makers. Participants should have experience of direct practice. The training is free of cost.
Please note that applications do not guarantee a place. The application deadline is 5pm Monday 17th September. Successful applicants will be informed by Wednesday 19th September.
For further information, please contact Emily Beever, Senior Development Officer at email@example.com or on 0131 313 2488.
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