Exploring youth engagement in a digital age
The Directorate of Youth and Sport organizes a training course entitled 'New Media in Youth Work' between 2-11 November 2011and taking place in the European Youth Centre Strasbourg.
The training course aims to develop the competences of youth workers and youth leaders in using new media in their non-formal education projects and activities with and for young people based on human rights education, intercultural learning and intercultural dialogue and on youth participation.
We are currently looking for trainers interested to develop this training course together with the educational team of the Directorate of Youth and Spot. If you are interested you can find teh course description here: TCdescription.doc and the application form for trainers here: TC application form.doc.
All interested trainers should return the duly completed application form to: email@example.com by Wednesday, 20 July 2011.
If you have further questions contact Ruxandra Pandea at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Council of Europe and Directorate of Youth and Sport:
Council of Europe is a 47 member states inter-governmental organisation in Europe that works to create a common democratic and legal area throughout the whole of the continent, ensuring respect for its fundamental values: human rights, democracy and the rule of law.
The Directorate of Youth and Sport has been developing youth policies and promoting quality youth work for the past forty years, fostering youth participation and engagement at all levels of decision making. Since 2005, the programme of the European Youth Centre has been offering training courses that use blended learning approaches, through use of both residential seminars and e-learning opportunities.
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