Training course: Formula Teoprax V4

Location: Slovak Republic

Dates: 25-29 January 2019

Number of participants: Max. 30 participants

Participating countries: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries 

Organizer: IUVENTA- Slovak Youth Institute, Slovak National Agency of the Erasmus+ Programme Youth and Sport

Apply here: Application form

Deadline to apply: 9 December 2019

Date Of Selection: 19 December 2019

Inquiries about this training course: Tomáš Tóth at


Participation fee

This project is financed by the participating NAs of the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme. The participation fee varies from country to country. Please contact your NA to learn more about the participation fee for participants from your country.

Accommodation and food

The hosting National Agency of this offer will organise the accommodation and covers the costs for accommodation and food.

Travel reimbursement

Your sending National Agency will support your travel costs. After being selected, please contact your NA to learn more about how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses.

Formula Teoprax V4

The main goal of this TC is to understand the differences between non-formal education, formal education and informal learning.

Training is focused on non-formal learning and how to use it within the practice of youth workers and intergrate it into the E+ quality projects to be aware of how non-formal learning looks. The support of applicants for improving projects and their practice with regard to the educational aspect of their work. We need more clarification to youth workers and youth leaders, such as explanation what is differences between non-formal learning in youth work across all (YiA) Programme Countries and how to systematically involve non-formal learning in their work with youth.


1) Understand the differences between non-formal education, formal education and informal learning

– to share of awareness about development of non-formal education in different countries non-formal education approaches across countries, understand differences and similarities

2) Having awareness of how informal learning looks

3) Understand several elements of non-formal learning, and their importance in organizing their own activities,

– to share the concept of non-formal education created in Czech-Slovak reality,

4) Experience several methods transferable to participants,

5) Reflect on the extent to which participants use non-formal education in their practice and where is the space for change in their practice,

6.) To increase the quality of NFE, to share an example of good practice in the context of NFE in youth work,

7.) To inspire from the examples of good practice used in the Slovakia and Czech Republic.