E-learning: MOOC Essentials of youth policy
Dates: 8 October – 18 November 2018
Number of participants: Any number of participants
Participating countries: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries , Other countries in the world , Partner Countries Neighbouring the EU
Organizer: EU – CoE youth partnership
Apply here: Application form
Deadline to apply: 7 October 2018
Date Of Selection: 8 October 2018
Inquiries about this training course: Mara Georgescu at email@example.com
The cost is free of charge. A certificate of attendance will be offered to those completing all the course modules.
MOOC Essentials of youth policy
How can policies enable young people to be active citizens? How can they support young people to be included in society and to realise their potential and aspirations? Our course will equip learners with the basic competences to engage in youth policy. A youth policy is a strategy by public authorities, providing young people with opportunities for successful integration in society and enabling them to be active and responsible. Learners will learn about the essential elements of youth policy, the steps of youth policy (development, delivery, evaluation), its impact in the lives of young people, and they will reflect on their future steps in youth policy. By the end of the course, learners will: – Understand the “basics” of youth policy (concepts and definitions, scope, objectives, actors, European and national levels). – Become aware of the relevance of the key elements for youth policy (cross-sectoral, knowledge-based, participation, inclusion, youth work). – Understand how to build a framework for youth policy (identifying key issues, priority areas and themes). – Understand the major steps for youth policy development, implementation and delivery, and evaluation. – Reflect on the future of youth policy and their future engagement in youth policy. – Gain motivation and information about different ways of getting involved in youth policy. Target Audience: Our course is open and free for anyone interested. We encourage in particular youth policy makers from different levels, youth workers and youth leaders, youth NGOs and youth researchers to join the course.