Exploring youth engagement in a digital age
The Directorate of Youth and Sport of the Council of Europe organises a training course on ‘New Media in Youth Work’ in the European Youth Centre Strasbourg between 2-11 November 2011. The training course aims to develop the competences of youth workers and youth leaders in using new media technologies in non-formal education projects and activities with and young people.
The training course will involve a residential seminar to be held in November 2011 in the European Youth Centre Strasbourg and an e-learning phase before and after the seminar from October 2011 to January 2012.
The call for participants is open to youth workers and youth leaders, residents of states party to the European Cultural Convention. 30 participants will be selected on basis of the outlined profile: Active youth workers and/or youth leaders in a youth organisation, network or informal group at local, national or international level focusing their work particularly on one of the following areas: human rights, intercultural dialogue and/or youth participation.
Are residents in a state party to the European Cultural Convention.
The dead-line for receiving applications is 18 September 2011. All participants are requested to submitt an application form duly completed and a support letter from their organisation via http://youthapplications.coe.int.
More about the course in the attached course presentation.TC%20New%20Media%20Presentation.pdf
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