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Duration: 03 July-12 July, 2018
–> By 20.03.2018 the latest deadline for selecting participants
–> By 01.04.2018 the latest we expect participants to send their travel details.
We are glad to have you on board for this international Training Course and we are looking forward to meeting you in Edessa in Greece for this
Please read carefully all the information that are provided and do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions!.
Surveys on European level on the field of youth work have demonstrated that there is a great and positive correlation between youth work and
employability. At the same time, the surveys showed a significant weakness in youth organizations to utilize this correlation for the benefit
of young people in their target-group.
The training course “The Mirror that Leads to Employability” (Mi.LE) was designed to meet just this need, in order to sensitize and especially
train youth workers (leaders, trainers, mentors, coaches, project managers, board members and others) from various European organizations on how to strengthen and promote the employability of their members and volunteers, making the most of the work accomplished by
them in the field of youth.
The Training Course is organised by the Greek Hellas, in cooperation with 11 partner organisations from various countries of Europe. All partners will be involved in the preparation of the project and the daily sessions will be facilitated by excellent trainers who specialize in human resource management issues, have significant experience in lifelong learning and the use of non-formal methods and are fully aware of youth NGOs’ environment.
The Training Course will last 10 days and there will be 37 participants who are working in youth organisations from 10 countries (Germany, Croatia, Czech Republic, Spain, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Italy, Poland and Greece). The working language will be English.
Thus, the objectives of this training course are the following:
• To raise awareness on the participants about the important role that youth organizations can have in enhancing the employability of young
people that are associated with them.
• To familiarize the trainees with ways and methods to create a “self- reflection culture” within their organisations, which will help young people at all times to be aware of the competences, skills and qualifications they have acquired.
• To train the participants on issuing certificates of employment for the staff and volunteers in their organizations, whereby the individual
qualifications of youth workers will be clearly shown and with refer to the working positions they look for.
• To train the participants on how to conduct coaching, mentoring, counselling for employability issues to the young people associated with
their organization and on how to outline (in their CVs, their cover letters and interviews with employers) the individual soft skills and specific qualifications held and acquired through youth work and engagement in youth work activities.
• To familiarize the trainees on how to utilize the tools “Youthpass”, “European Portfolio for Youth Leaders and Youth Workers”, “Europass CV”,
“Europass Cover Letter” for self-reflection and promotion of individual qualifications with an aim to increase the employability of young people.
• To make the trainees recognize the importance and necessity that contacts and synergies of youth organizations with companies, employer
associations and employment agencies could have, with an aim to enhance the chances of finding employment for the young people associated with their organisation.
• To raise awareness on participants about the importance of enhancing employability, not only for the obvious economic reason for the creation of income, but also for the social importance of employability, which can enable social integration and cohesion amongst young people and
especially among those with fewer opportunities.
It is expected that this training course will have multiple benefits for the participants and they will acquire very important and useful competencies and knowledge, with which they will be able to demonstrate the skills acquired by members and volunteers of the organization from youth work, thereby enhancing their employment prospects and their job profile.
The training course will also offer the opportunity for networking and creation of future partnerships between participating organizations and because of its significantly large and multi-national number of partners, its outcomes will influence and have an impact on many organizations and individuals on local, national and European level.
Participants will engage in multiple workshops and activities that are going to take place with the use of non-formal methods.
Each partner is expected to send 2 or 3 persons (youth workers, leaders, trainers, mentors, project managers, members of board and others).
There is no age limit. Participants are also supposed to have gender balance.
Germany, Croatia, Czech Republic, Spain, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Italy, Poland and Greece.
PERSONAL CONTRIBUTION OF PARTICIPANTS/ PREPARATION
The main Info-Pack, which will be sent to all partners later, will contain detailed information about the preparation that all partners should get
involved with, and the “homework” all partner organisations and participants need to do in advance, before coming to the Training Course
But in few words, we could say that the main task that the participants of each country will have is to investigate and learn more about the current
situation in the job market in their country, to examine tools and methods that exist to present their skills and qualifications and search for some
information on youth work in their country.
Also, participants will be expected to:
– present their NGOs,
– prepare an intercultural evening for their country
– facilitate some activities together with other participants, if they wish to.
But again, all these tasks and preparation actions will be presented more thoroughly in the main Info-Pack and will be discussed with partner
organisations at a later point, when the participants’ lists will be ready and travel issues will have been closed.
Transport from Spain 360€ maximum.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
The nearest airport to come to Edessa is the one of Thessaloniki, called “Makedonia” Airport.
Thessaloniki is 89km away from Edessa. After arriving at Thessaloniki airport, you will need to take the local bus (No 78) to take you from the
Airport to the Central Bus Station of Thessaloniki and from there you will need to take a coach (bus) to take you from Thessaloniki to Edessa. The
enthusiastic team of the organisers will be waiting for you in Edessa Bus Station to welcome you and take you to your accommodation.
Don’t worry about the transport inside Greece, this is just a PRE Info-Pack, you will receive full details on how to get to Edessa on the Info-Pack
that will follow in few weeks and everything will be more clear.
However, if you wish to know about the costs from Thessaloniki-Edessa, here is a hint:
Thessaloniki Airport – Central Bus Station of Thessaloniki
2 euros, so 4 euros with return/person. Duration: 60′, in rush hours 80′ Central Bus Station of Thessaloniki – Edessa
14 euros with return/person, Duration: 90-100′
In total, Thessaloniki – Edessa with return, costs 18 euros/person.
So, participants are required to arrive on Tuesday 03.07 at Edessa and depart on Thursday 12.07 from Edessa.
Keep in mind, that if the airplane tickets you are searching are not fitting your personal budget, you can also look for cheaper (if applicable)
airplane tickets to the capital (Athens) and from there you can come with the train or bus to Thessaloniki (this costs around 60-70 euros with return and lasts approximately 6 hours to get to Thessaloniki) or with a plane (costs depend on the price you find).
Hellas will cover all costs (100%) related to accommodation and food, plus all the costs related to the Training Course activities and workshops (renting venues, coffee breaks, materials, etc.)
We will also reimburse 100% of your travel costs from your home city/town to the pick-up point in Edessa and the way back to your countries, up to the limits defined by the Erasmus+ funding rules and stated in the budget-table below (if your travel costs exceed the amount budgeted in the project, we will be able to reimburse you only the amount indicated in the table below).
We will need to receive all original tickets including boarding passes, train/bus/plane tickets and all other receipts to be able to refund.
Participants should use the most economic ways as possible to travel.
Reimbursement of travel costs will only be done upon full attendance in the TC activity and presentation of the original tickets with boarding passes and receipt/invoices.
Some important Notes:
1. Before booking your tickets, you need our approval first, because we need to check, prior to your payment, that everything is all right and there will be no problem with reimbursement. As soon as you have searched for the best option for you to travel to Edessa, please send us an e-mail.
your travel details with their cost (snapshot) in order to approve it.
Without approval by us, do not proceed with buying the tickets!
2. Reimbursement will be done in EURO, regardless of the currency indicated on your ticket and receipt/invoice. Please note if you bought
your ticket in your local currency and this is different to EURO, we will calculate your travel costs according to the exchange rates from the official European Commission web-site, with regard to the month of ticket purchase
3. If participants pay for their ticket with a credit card, they are requested to bring along the confirmation of payment (i.e. credit card slip and/or
4. Please make copies (or even better, scan or take photographs) of all tickets and invoices and email them to us before
attending the project. This will be very helpful for us organisers to begin processing the financial and reimbursement data so that all payments can be made as efficiently as possible after the TC.
5. Don’t forget that in all your tickets (they can be electronic ones of course), your ticket price and names should be written and stated clearly.
6. We need also a copy of your passport with your personal details. So please scan it and send it
PLEASE DON’T FORGET TO KEEP ALL YOUR BOARDING PASSES, TICKETS FOR TRAIN, METRO AND BUS IN ORDER FOR US TO REIMBURSE YOU!!!
Usually in early July in Edessa the temperature is quite high during midday (28-33 degrees Celsius), much cooler in the night though.
The Hotel that is going to host the participants is Hotel Aigai in Kaisariana, Edessa. You can see more information about the Hotel and its location here and here.
Participants will be sharing excellent triple rooms with other persons of same sex.
Rooms will also have a private bathroom. There will be fresh towels and bed linen provided by the Hotel every day.
Note: Please note that organizers cannot provide any additional accommodation for your stay in Greece outside the TC dates (first night
03/07, last night 11/07).
Costs transport covered: Spain- 360 Euros
All your principal costs during the training are taken in charge by the Erasmus + program (food, accommodation, training, etc.). About the travel cost from your home to our place, Erasmus+ program is taking a part of the cost. You can do a simulation on this website: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/tools/distance_en.htm
You have to buy your tickets and the reimbursement will be done a month or two after the end of the activities. Taxis will not be reimbursed.
We need your travel documents (boarding pass, tickets, invoices) to be able to reimburse you, so MAKE SURE YOU KEEP ALL YOUR TICKET RECEIPTS!
The reimbursements will be proceeded by bank transfer after the exchange upon sending all travel documents and international bank details. Reimbursement of travel costs will only be done upon full attendance of the project and presentation of the original travel tickets with boarding passes, receipts, invoices.
Reimbursement will be done in EURO, regardless of the currency indicated on the ticket and receipt/invoice. Any tickets purchased in a local currency other than EUR0, will then be converted and calculated according to the exchange rate of the month when the ticket/s were purchased, as stated in the official European Commission web-site.
If you wish to travel on other dates than the dates of the exchange, please take contact with the organizers before purchasing your tickets! Please plan your trip carefully.
Early arrivals or late departures will be the own responsibility of the participants.
According to the NA the arrival and travel back must be realized by participants within maximum of 2 days. In case of longer stays or indirect travel (holiday travel, etc) there is no chance of reimbursement. Also, if you want to stay one or two days longer, before or after the training course, we will not be able to host you at the training course’s location and you will have to find a place to stay at your own. If you have difficulties with it, contact us. Please note that the organizers will not provide any additional accommodation outside the dates of the exchange!
Coordinator organization will transfer travel expenses to your sending organization and they are the ones who will give you your travel expenses back. Travel expenses will be reimbursed the latest one month after the submission of the final report and to get them you will have to do all participants tasks, including ones before and after mobility as stated under participants’ tasks .Every participant is obligated to actively participate in all activities. In a case of missing out more than 10% of activities participants travel expenses won’t be reimbursed and participant is risking getting expelled from the project and sent back home on their own expenses.
Remember health insurance is your responsibility, so make sure you have medical insurance. Also you are required to have travel insurance.Pleasenote that eachparticipant isrequired to have travel insuranceand health insurance and it is not reimbursable as it is your choice with which company and plan suits you.
Travel Insurance (For participants from EUcountriesthe European Health Insurance Card (EHIC)is advised!).
Otherwise, the cheapest insurance for Erasmus+ grants is www.seguroserasmus.com
Building Bridges members and/or long term unemployed (proved by scanned document) will have preference to this volunteer service.
You should complete registration in 2 steps:
1. Please send your application form (sent after payment), CV and motivation letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember to write in the motivation letter that your sending institution is “Asociación Building Bridges”. All documents written in english you can send to: email@example.com with subject “YE Greece Kostas.YOUR NAME.YOUR SURNAME“. We give you creative ideas about how to create a good CV in English.
2. Pay the registration fee (40€) by Paypal or bank transfer to :Asociación Building Bridges, CIF G85466886. This registration fee includes one year membership to our National and International activities.
* It is compulsory to send application form, CV and motivation letter and pay the registration fee at the same time in order to be within the pre-selection process.
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If you are not selected by the sending or hosting organisation, we will reimburse the fee. Please see conditions of Erasmus+ grants
Payment by bank: Asociacion Building Bridges
IBAN / BIC:
ES67 0081 1534 5900 0116 4823 / BSAB ESBB
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