The activity involved the participation of four Youth Workers who had taken part in the previous event, where they implemented the educational guide in a series of activities with young participants from Greece and Romania. The daily schedule had been determined in the earlier phase. During this event, young participants evaluated the content and results of the guide through a series of activity simulations, mimicking a youth exchange program, replicating the real project experience. Several side activities were conducted to enhance various soft skills, including multilingual and social skills.
- The activity spanned a five-day period, excluding travel days, and took place in the city of Bistrita, Romania.
The target group consisted of four youth workers who had participated in the prior event (two from Greece and two from Romania). These individuals served as members of the pilot activity, while young people acted as an audience and evaluators of the guide’s implementation.
The young participants included ten individuals from Greece and Romania, aged 18 to 30. They were comfortable working and communicating in English, faced challenges in digital competences, and showed a strong interest in the project’s scope.
The trainers had the opportunity to put the guide into action and, using non-formal education tools, train the young people in digital competences. The participants also had the chance to enhance various soft skills and work in a multicultural environment.
Following the activity, the partners conducted evaluations, gathering feedback from both trainers and participants to extract vital information about the guide’s success and the sustainability of the project results
The project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme and the Institute of Life-Long Learning (INEDIVIM),