Training course: Practice Makes Entrepreneurs
Location: Osterholz-Scharmbeck (Bremen), Germany
Dates: 5-12 February 2019
Number of participants: Max. 32 participants
Participating countries: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Romania, Slovak Republic, Spain
Organizer: Jugend, Bildung und Kultur e.V.
Apply here: Application form
Deadline to apply: 22 December 2018
Date Of Selection: 13 January 2019
Inquiries about this training course: Natalia Seriakova at firstname.lastname@example.org
Participation fee is 40 Euro.
Accommodation and food
The accommodation in the hostel (3-4 participants per room) and food (3 meals per day) will be covered by the organizers.
For participants from Denmark, Bulgaria, Italy, Spain, Latvia, Estonia, Greece, Romania and Slovakia the maximum travel reimbursement sum is 275 Euro.
For participants from Cyprus, the maximum travel reimbursement sum is 360 Euro.
For participants from Germany, the maximum travel reimbursement sum is 50 Euro.
Practice Makes Entrepreneurs
Training Course for Youth Workers and Leaders on entrepreneurial education.
Taking into consideration the current situation in the majority of European countries, the international training course ‘Practice Makes Entrepreneurs’ is seeking to equip youth workers and leaders who work directly with young unemployed people with essential business and entrepreneurial knowledge and skills, in order to make them capable to indicate ‘alternative paths’ correlated with the labor market, thus contributing to the limitation of the unemployment among youth. Specifically, by saying ‘alternative paths’, it’s being implied the promotion of self-employment and a general cultivation of an entrepreneurial culture. The above target will be accomplished through a combination of practical knowledge provision on entrepreneurship, and a parallel cultivation of a positive way of thinking within the side-paths of self-awareness and self-motivation.
Specifically, participants will experience various practical exercises -mostly based on non-formal education methods- which will qualify them with entrepreneurial knowledge that can be utilized to equip young people with essential skills, in order to be ready to take entrepreneurial decisions concerning complex socioeconomic conditions. Consequently, the subsequent application of those practical methods-exercises within different local contexts, also aims at the dissemination of alternative entrepreneurial methods, thus contributing to the eradication of various obstacles, such as discrimination and inequality in opportunities; problems which are frequently being encountered by young people, especially in the deprived and rural areas of the E.U.
Profile of the Participants:
– Age mainly 18-40
– Youth workers, youth leaders, activists
– Able to work in English
– Willing to share the new knowledge with the members of his/her organization once he/she gets back, act as multipliers
– Active learners, available for the whole duration of the course and ready to share their experience and knowledge;
– Motivated to take an active part in all the stages of the training course
More details in the attached infopack.