[vc_row][vc_column][vc_tta_tabs active_section=”1″][vc_tta_section title=”Info” tab_id=”informacionbecaserasmus5104-9cf11bde-341434b3-b46cb3f7-cee9f35e-b19daa91-2c4ff264-8ce209d3-6454″][vc_column_text]Aprender soft skills con becas Erasmus en Polonia con todos los gastos pagados para jóvenes a partir de 18 años con transporte, alojamiento y comida.
The project “Soft skills for youth workers” is designed as training which is planned to help youth workers, educators, volunteers coming from partner organisations with their daily work with young people, and primarily to teach them or develop their soft skills and provide them with the methods and tools, how to transmit their knowledge about soft skills to young people with whom they work .
Nowadays, youth workers are often the only people who care about the development of soft skills among young people with whom they work with. Youth work focuses on the holistic development ofyoung people – it develops the knowledge, skills and attitudes of young people. At the
same time, most employers consider soft skills as a very important factor when hiring new employees, but often they indicate that formal education does not ensure adequate development of soft competences among young people.
The need for our “Soft skills for youth workers” project is that members of partner organizations themselves often need to be trained in various soft skills such as effective communication, time management, public speaking, creativity, project management, because they do not they
have the right skills and are not competent enough to pass these skills on to the young people they work with.
At the same time, young people for whom partner organizations conduct activities expect these activities to develop their competence in the field of soft skills.
This project is an answer to the abovementioned needs of organisations and young people with whom they work with.
The main aim of the project is to equip youth workers coming from partner organisations with the soft skills, such as effective communication, time management, public speaking, creativity, project management and to inspire them to make the usage of these skills in designing and implementing activities for youth.
– to define a role of soft skills in youth work
– to work on how to teach soft skills to youth with the youth workers are working with
– to create tools which help young people to develop their communication, time management, public speaking, creativity, project management skills
– to boost self-confidence, entrepreneurial and proactive attitudes of youth workers
– to create a safe space for participants to speak about their motivations and the challenges which they face in their daily work with young people and brainstorm about solutions.
We intend to reach this aim by the following objectives:
In the project will take part 26 participants coming from 12 countries: Poland, Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Spain, Latvia, Portugal, Macedonia, Turkey, Hungary, Italy, Greece.
The methods used in the project will be based on nonformal methodology:
discussions, simulation games, open space technology, role-plays, team buildings, drama, etc.
The main result of the project will be the creation of methods and tools that allow youth workers to effectively develop the soft skills of young people with whom they work.
– Are able to participate in the whole duration of the training
– Are 18 and more (there is no upper age limit)
– Are working with young people and want to develop activities for them (focusing on developing skills among young people)
– Actively involved in the activities of the sending organisation as a volunteer, employer, external expert (if not possible – a person who is
somehow involved in the youth work in their local community or internationally and will benefit from this training)
– Preferably 1 man 1 woman from one organisation, as we are trying to keep the gender balance, however motivation and involvement in the
organisation is the key criterion
– Ability to express freely in English as this will be the working language of the course. If not possible, please ensure that 1 out of 2 persons is able and ready to interpret for their colleague.
– People who read carefully e-mails and documents sent to them, and answers to e-mails 🙂
We invite 2 persons from each country, which means we will work in the group of 24 excluding facilitators.
IMPORTANT check out the separate document about the responsibilities of participants!
360€ I/V from Spain
Maximum for a country is 275 €. A participant spent on tickets 190 €, so he/she will receive 190 € travel reimbursement. Travel reimbursement will be calculated according to bills/invoices/tickets provided by a participant.
Please note, that in order to be reimbursed you need to keep all your recipes, invoices and tickets. As soon as you have them, please send copies or electronic tickets to organisers.
Taxis – we do not reimburse taxi expenses. They can be reimbursed only under special circumstances (i.e. no other option to reach the airport, early or late flights etc.)
You will need to provide all these documents to organisers, if possible during the training, in order to avail of any travel reimbursement.
Reimbursement will be done only based on originals of the tickets at the end of the training course.
It is allowed to come 2 days earlier or stay 2 more days after the TC, having on mind that in this case accommodation and meals for additional days will not be covered by the organisers team and you would need to pay by your own. Travel costs are reimbursed independently.
The currency in Poland is Polish złoty (PLN)
1 euro = 4,30 PLN
bottle of water: 1-3 PLN (0,5l)
a juice in a cafe: 5-7 PLN
sandwich: 5-10 PLN
espresso in a cafe: 6-9 PLN
Most major credit cards (Diners, American Express, Visa and Mastercard/ Eurocard) can be used for payments wherever noticed, as a rule in most major hotels, shops, and restaurants.
CLIMATE AND WEATHER:
In December the average temperature is -3 degrees during the day and – 7 degrees in the night, note, that the venue of the training is in the mountains and the weather can be very different than in Kraków or Warsaw.
For sure there will be snow during our staying (be prepared for that – please take warm clothes, winter hat, gloves, scarf and appropriate shoes for the snow). Information about the weather will be posted on the FB group.
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT POLAND AND USEFUL LINKS
Public transport in bigger Polish cities: https://jakdojade.pl
You should self-organise your accommodation in case of early arrivals or late departures.
Obtaining full insurance (travel risks, medical, injuries) is the participant responsibility, please take your insurance card with you. About any changes, you will be updated by organisers via e-mail or on our Facebook group, which your coordinators will invite you.
NGO fair – there is a space devoted to networking and to make it more visual and entertaining, we encourage you to bring some leaflets, videos, another kind of materials showing what your NGO does, what kind of initiatives you are involved in.
Intercultural evening – there is no structured activity planned in the schedule, though we invite you to bring some snacks from your countries to share during the coffee breaks and beverages in the evenings. If there is a will in the group, one of the evenings can be devoted to countries presentations, which we encourage you to be interactive, not youtubish 🙂 This we will agree with the entire group on the spot.
Trips to Zakopane, Kraków, Auschwitz – we do not organise such trips, neither plan them during the course. In case you would like to visit above mentioned cities and be sure you will have enough time to sightsee, we do recommend you to plan your trip in a way to arrive 2 days earlier or stay 2 more days after the project. If the time allows us, we may have a few free hours in Zakopane city centre.
Health insurance will NOT be provided or reimbursed by the mobility organisers. All participants are required to purchase health insurance individually. If you live in an EU country and use a national health insurance system there, please apply for a FREE European Health Insurance Card: http://ehic.europa.eu
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Lugar donde aprender soft Skills:
You will be accommodated in Willa Józef in Zakopane, Polish mountains region called Podhale. We invite you to stay in 2-4 beds rooms, and if you are comfortable with that, we would like to propose you to stay with the persons from different countries, same gender. WiFi is available at the venue. However, we can’t guarantee its quality, and we recommend not to plan any online meetings or work to do during your stay. Linen and towels are provided.
The workshops will take place in the building just 10 steps away from our Willa, in a cabin. As, the weather can be snowy/rainy and some persons, including the team like sitting on the floor, we kindly ask you to bring a pair of comfortable “indoor” shoes, not to use the outdoor shoes in the activity room.
The training course will consist of 7 days of the program (3rd – 9th of December 2019) + 2 travel days (2nd of December – arrival day and 10 th of December – departure day). All the participants are expected to attend the full program.
NOTE: We kindly ask you to plan your travel in a way to reach Kraków 2nd of December 2019 by 4 PM so that we can organise the shuttle bus for all of you to Zakopane. Don’t worry if your flight is not to Kraków and consult your travel individually with Łukasz.
We aim to begin with dinner at 7 PM, after dinner, some welcome activities will follow.
Departure day is the 10th of December after we know your itineraries, the team will organise the departures for you. NOTE that the bus from
Zakopane to Kraków goes approximately 2 hours. It is very challenging to reach the flights earlier than 9 AM.
Warsaw, Katowice and Kraków airports are possible, but Krakow is the most convenient one as Zakopane is just 100km remote from Kraków. There is transportation going to be organized from Kraków depending on what time and how many of you decided to land or come there. As soon as your flights, buses and trains details are known the organisers team will provide you with further information about the transportation.
Before arranging ANY travel arrangements, please contact Łukasz Teofilak (email@example.com) in order to advise you best itinerary.
Our project is financed by Erasmus + Programme. Organisers will provide accommodation and food.
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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. Pay the registration fee (40€) by Paypal or bank transfer to: Asociación Building Bridges (ES87 0128 0086 74 0100046144 / BKBKESMMXXX). This registration fee includes one year membership to our National and International activities. If you are not selected, we will reimburse you the fee.
2. Please send your application form, CV and motivation letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember to write in the motivation letter that your sending institution is “Asociación Building Bridges”. We give you creative ideas about how to create a good CV in English.
All documents should be sent to email@example.com with subject “TC Soft Skills Lukasz. YOUR NAME.YOUR SURNAME”.
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Con el Programa Erasmus, pueden participar jóvenes de 18-30 años en intercambios y desde los 18 sin límite de edad en el caso de los cursos.
Los jóvenes pueden disfrutar de numerosas oportunidades de becas internacionales en Europa. Desde nuestra asociación, impulsamos el Programa Erasmus y establecemos las siguientes condiciones de participación para las becas Erasmus.
Tienes que hacerte usuario/a de YesEuropa. Toda la info completa sobre las condiciones las encuentras aquí.
El idioma de estas becas Erasmus + es el inglés: es decir, los cursos e intercambios se desarrollan en ese idioma. Por lo tanto, es muy recomendable que tengas al menos un nivel “real” de inglés al menos intermedio. Así, podrás comunicarte de manera efectiva con otros participantes de otros países. Asimismo, podrás aprovechar las becas al 100%.
Se cubren los gastos de viaje, alojamiento y manutención durante las actividades. Los participantes deberán comprar el billete de avión y luego se les reembolsa cuando vuelvan a España una vez entreguen toda la documentación de viaje. Las becas tienen unas condiciones generales de las becas Erasmus que conviene que leas.
¡Apúntate como usuari@ en nuestra asociación para disfrutar de estas becas para salir fuera!.
No, sólo se cubre el transporte, alojamiento y manutención durante las actividades.
Hemos recopilado para tí algunos recursos y descuentos que te pueden venir bien para preparar tu salida:
Si, es obligatorio, pero la cuota cubre el seguro que contratamos para tí en www.seguroserasmus.com
También te recomendamos que alternativamente te lleves también la Tarjeta Sanitaria Europea, ya que es una buena alternativa también, aunque no la necesites, es bueno llevársela:
Cómo me saco la Tarjeta Sanitaria Europea? http://www.seg-social.es/Internet_1/Trabajadores/PrestacionesPension10935/Asistenciasanitaria/DesplazamientosporE11566/TSE2/index.htm
Pues un poco sí que deberías saber, más que nada para aprovechar al máximo tu beca.
Si quieres información sobre viajar al país consulta esta web del Ministerio Asuntos Exteriores: http://www.exteriores.gob.es/Portal/es/SalaDePrensa/Paginas/FichasPais.aspx
Y estas son recomendaciones de viaje: http://www.exteriores.gob.es/Portal/es/ServiciosAlCiudadano/SiViajasAlExtranjero/Paginas/RecomendacionesDeViaje.aspx
Para saber más sobre tu destino (atracciones, restaurantes, cosas qué hacer) te recomendamos nuevamente TripAdvisor.
Si no conoces mucho el idioma del país, te recomendamos una guía de conversación, ya que te va a dar las claves a la hora de expresarte y pronunciar las frases más habituales.
Nosotros te presentamos una guía básica de viaje y enlaces útiles: https://www.yeseuropa.org/viajar-en-europa/