⛵ Training Course: Boost your Impact

? Location: Szeged, Hungary

⏰ Dates: 7-15 December 2023

? Number of participants: 29 participants

? Participating countries: Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Republic of North Macedonia, Romania, Slovak Republic, Spain

? Organizer: Salus Populi Alapítvány (Youth NGO)

? Apply here: Application form

? Deadline to apply: 15 November, 2023

? Date of Selection: 22 November, 2023

?? Costs

  • Participation fee: none
  • 100% accommodation, food and program materials are covered
  • Travel costs will be reimbursed based on real costs according to the Erasmus+ distance band calculator up to the budget limit set by the Erasmus+ Programme:
    up to 180€ for participants from Bulgaria, North Macedonia, Romania, and Slovakia;
    up to 275€ for participants from Latvia, Greece, and Italy;
    up to 360€ for participants from Spain.
    There is no travel reimbursement provided to Hungarian participants.

Boost your Impact

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A training course on visibility and impact.

The development and implementation of innovative ideas is no easy task, but there is usually one more behind-the-scenes action taking place at most organizations, which is making their actions be seen by the public, and making their results reach as many people as possible. Visibility and dissemination, as these tasks are usually referred to, can seem rather straightforward, however, for many organizations that is not the generic experience.

Organizations strive to be seen and to share the results of their projects with a broad audience, however, just like mass communication in general, tasks of visibility and dissemination have evolved from writing a single post on social media.

During this training, youth workers can learn tools, methods, and best practices to make their work stand out and reach a wider audience. We will address important questions such as the impact of a project, choice of platforms, and engaging relevant stakeholders.

The project’s target group is anyone currently involved in working with young people (in any format) or express serious commitment to get involved in the future; from Hungary, Slovakia, North Macedonia, Romania, Latvia, Greece, Spain, Italy, and Bulgaria.


You can find more information here