The training course ‘Coaching for Active Citizenship’, 18th – 27th October 2017 in Dumbrava, Moldova.
Together with our partners, we are looking for participants from Denmark, Bulgaria, Armenia, Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova, Greece and Romania.
“Coaching for Active Citizenship” is an 8-day training course on enhancing young people’s sense of active citizenship and initiative by the use of coaching techniques.
The training gathers 25 youth leaders from Denmark, Bulgaria, Armenia, Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova, Greece and Romania. The training course will take place in Dumbrava from the 18th – 27th October 2017, the 18th being arrival day and the 27th being departure day.
The activity will focus on coaching tools and methods to strenghten active citizenship among youth. Participants will deepen their understanding on the concept of active citizenship and develop various coaching skills.
The training course will be conducted in English and translation will not be provided. Therefore, the participants are expected to have a good level of English, both written and spoken.
In order to participate, the candidates should be at least 24 years old and must fulfil the following requirements:
- Youth worker/trainer/facilitator in the partner organisation, motivated to use coaching tools to enhance youth active citizenship;
- Being committed to multiply the project results;
- Age 24+, as we are looking for a certain level of expertise in the youth work;
- Able to communicate fluently in English.
Candidates who do not fulfil the above requirements will not be considered, and hence be taken off the list.
Application and selection procedure
The nominated participants shall complete an application form on the following link:
Participation in the training is free of charge.
The nominated participants should have completed the application form no later than September 6th, 2017. Confirmation of the participants’ selection will be announced by the organizes on September 8th, 2017 the latest.
Within 5 days after the selection results are announced, participants must prove that they have purchased their tickets with a copy of the invoice and a copy of the e-ticket.
The EU contribution for the travel expenses per participant is as follows:
|Denmark, Bulgaria, Armenia, Georgia, Greece||270€|
Participants shall be reimbursed for their travel expenses up to the amount available for their countries and no more than their real costs. The amounts have been calculated using the distance calculator of the European Commission from the location of each sending organization to the venue.
Should the travel expenses exceed the contribution available, participants shall cover the extra costs from own resources.
Reimbursement of travel expenses
In order to get reimbursed for their travel expenses, participants shall send the organizers all the originals of the travel documentation and invoices. The reimbursements will be made through bank transfers within 45 days after the organizer have received the original documentation by post.
Additionally, the reimbursement will be performed only if the following conditions are met:
- Participants submit their individual participant report as requested by the European Commission through the Mobility Tool;
- Participants and their sending organizations send the organizers a proof of dissemination activities.
The partner organizations must ensure that participants have a travel insurance covering them for the whole duration of the training course.
Attached to this letter is the draft program of the training. Please note that some changes in the program could potentially be made. We are happy to receive your suggestions for improvements and your contributions.
Each participant shall read carefully and agree on the Participant Declaration found with the application form. Accepting the Participant Declaration is a requirement of participation.
Should you have any questions regarding this call, please contact Ceren Calisir via firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at +45 50 37 71 83.