Training course: Learning for Work

Location: Slovak Republic

Dates: 30 May – 2 June 2018

Number of participants: 30

Participating countries: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries 

Organizer: Iuventa, National Agency Erasmus+, Slovakia

Apply here: Application form

Deadline to apply: 8 May 2018

Date Of Selection: 15 May 2018

Inquiries about this training course: Tomáš Tóth at


This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Programme. TCA 2017-2018

Being selected for this course, the costs as (accommodation, food etc.) relevant to participation in the course will be covered by the NA hosting this project.

For this training course is participation fee as contribution needed which varies from country to country.
Therefore please contact your NA (if you are resident in a Programme Country) to learn more about the financial details, and how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses. Thank you.

Learning for Work

The training focused on the development of EVS volunteers’ competences in order to promote their employability after the EVS projects. The main aim is to support mentors and supervisors in designing a quality learning process of EVS volunteers.

The idea of the training is to enhance EVS volunteers’ learning process in the view of their better employability after their EVS projects. The main aim of the training would be to support participants in developing a quality learning process for EVS volunteers that would be tailored to volunteers’ needs in order to promote their future careers. As to the objectives of the training, participants would understand the importance of learning process within EVS projects; be able to work with the learning to learn competence in designing a volunteer’s learning process; know different learning styles and be able to use them in developing a volunteer’s learning process; be able to analyse volunteers’ learning needs; be able to develop, monitor and assess a quality learning process for EVS volunteers. The idea of the training is that organisations would meet the volunteers halfway: organisations would not only include volunteers in their regular activities, but they would also be able to reflect volunteers’ learning and employability needs and prepare activities that would be aimed at developing desired competences of volunteers.