Location: Spain

Dates: 18-25 March 2019

Number of participants: 24

Participating countries: Belgium – DE, Belgium – FL, Belgium – FR, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, France, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, United Kingdom

Organizer: JOETZ vzw

Apply here: Application form

Deadline to apply: 03 Feb 2019

Date Of Selection: 07 Feb 2019

Inquiries about this training course: Laurence Watticant at:


Participation fee

No participation fee requested

Accommodation and food

Accommodation and food are covered by the Programme.

Travel reimbursement

Travel costs will be reimbursed according to the Erasmus+ rules  (Distance Calculator):

Belgium, FYRM, Italy, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, UK: 275€

Bulgaria, Greece and Lithuania: 360€

Cyprus: 530€

France (Martinique): 820€


The TC proposes very practical methods and tools to boost the skills a facilitator should have: Problem solving, Creativity, Conflict management, Public speaking, Assertive and intercultural communication, Debriefing and feedback, Workshop design.

Participants: 24 Youth workers from 12 countries will gather in Spain to improve their facilitation skills.


• Provide youth workers with practical tools of facilitation, which they will be able to use with their youngsters. This in order to increase their self-efficiency and empowering them in their personal and professional life (especially those with fewer opportunities);

• Improve youth work quality and enhance the role of youth workers and NGOs as social facilitators;

• Improve international cooperation between organisations and build a trustful long-term cooperation;

• Recognition of the educational value of NFE activities

• Empowerment of youth workers

• Creation of outcomes (a daily blog and a website) to spread the word and create an impact in youth work

METHODOLOGIES: We will use non-formal tools, Videos, simulation games, Theatre exercises, experiential games, coaching and self-directed learning, taking care to provide a strong experiential impact on participants and organisations.

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