Young Minds — Francie


ERASMUS+, Klíčová akce 1: tréninkový kurz

Místo konání: Bidart, Francie

Termín konání: 22.—30. březen 2024

Český tým: 2 účastníci (ve věku 18+)

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V rámci programu ERASMUS+ jsou následující finanční specifika: v rámci všech projektů je kompletně (ze 100%) zajištěno jídlo, ubytování, aktivity, a to vše je zcela pokryto z fondů EU programu ERASMUS+ a zařízeno organizátory. Účastníkům dále budou proplaceny cestovní náklady (reimbursement) do max. výše €275 (v případě tohoto projektu) z místa bydliště do místa konání projektu a zpět.

Hostitelská organizace: Association La Villa

Popis projektu:

The project is a 9 days (including travel) training Course on Mental Health for young people aimed at Youth Workers interested in learning resources to cope with daily situations.

Mental well-being as a fundamental human right and a vital resource for a fulfilling life. Adolescence, being a critical stage, raises important questions about one’s identity and purpose. To effectively manage mental health, a combination of attitudes, knowledge, and skills is crucial.

Our project address the topic of mental health education and its key role in developing young people’s own understanding, capability, self-acceptance, awareness of influencing factors and essential skills such as recognizing and expressing emotions.

Our projects aim to teach youth workers methods of education to deal with the emotional and mental health educational needs of young people in their communities and empower them to maintain mental well-being, adopt healthy lifestyles, and seek help when needed.

The activities of the training course are centred on 4 areas:

  • Identity
  • Relations
  • Social
  • Emotions

During the training course, participants will experience a series of non-formal activities targeting the social and emotional development of teenagers aged 14 to 18. The activities are part of an educational curriculum adapted to 45’ School Format, which means they can be used during school classes but also outside of school, in various programmes.

The team

Javi: I’m a non-formal educator, trainer and Waldorf pedagogy teacher. I have been involved in NFE as a volunteer since 2002 when I joined the Scouts as an educator. Since then I’ve been part of many planning teams for international educational events for more than 60.000 people such as Jamboree 2007 UK, RoverWay Italy, and I was in charge of the adaptation of Youth in Action programme for the European Scout Region from 2006-2011 in Spain.

I have co-created educational board games like “Gira2”, “Mission Z”, „Real iDeal”, “The 4 headed Monkey”, “Amazing Island ” and some pedagogical books. I have taken part in building lots of educative escape rooms in Spain, Germany and Italy.
I believe we should embrace the joy of learning again.

Arantxa: Passionate Learner by vocation and teacher by commitment. I firmly believe that we can leave this world in better conditions than we have found it. In order to achieve this goal, education is the key. I am dedicated to personalising the long life learning process, paying attention to the diversity and empowering people in decision-making and emotional management. I have been part of international planning teams since 2005 as a volunteer in scouts and for local authorities and companies too. My daily challenge is feeding curiosity and generating powerful learning experiences.

Participants Profile

The training course will take place in Bidart, France, from 22nd to 30th of March 2024 and it will bring together a group of 22 young people and 4 trainers/facilitators from 10 partner countries. The project is targeting youth workers, trainers, coordinators and facilitators from all fields of non-formal education who are motivated to learn resources to cope with young people’s mental health in daily situations. We are looking for youth workers/youth leaders who are over the age of 18 with a good level of English, who will be willing and committed to participate actively in ALL sessions (about 8 hours a day):

• We encourage gender diversity.
• All participants should speak and understand English.
• Participants should already be involved in youth work or be motivated to get involved with it.
• Participants should be interested in making follow up activities.

THE VENUE: Bidart (France)

The Training Course will take place in Bidart, a coastal village situated in the south-west part of France.
The accommodation is a Holiday center adapted for groups. There is a park in the front and it is close to the beach.

• Participants will be accommodated in dorm style rooms of 4 to 6-beds (bunk beds). Rooms are simple and without any luxury.
• Bathrooms are either in the rooms or shared.
• Water from the tap is drinkable.
• Bed linen will be provided, but please bring a towel!
• The accommodation is a non-smoking environment, so you have to go outdoors to smoking.
• Unfortunately, it is not possible to wash your clothes at the hostel.

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