11-17 November 2017 | Molina, Spain
Employability Ambassadors aims to equip participants with a set of tools to effectively foster employability within their local communities. Thus, informative resources will be provided and social competences developed throughout the activity. The main aim of the training course is to provide a set of tools that will allow participants to effectively foster the employability of their target groups within their local communities. In order to do so, ambassadors will improve their competences in three main areas:
A. COMPETENCES FOR MENTORING. This block tackles with the competences required to effectively offer guidance and assessment to young people in the search for a job or in the development of their business project. Social competences, as effective communication or learning facilitation, will be the backbone of this group of sessions.
Facilitating Learning and Results:
- Creating Awareness.
- Designing Actions.
- Planning and Goal Setting.
- Managing Progress and Accountability
- Fundamentals of Coaching (discovering motivations, exploring personal and professional pathway)
- Active Listening,
- Powerful Questioning,
- Direct Communication
Design of guidance / training activities:
- Fundamentals of non-formal education
- Logical framework for the design of youth activities
B. COMPETENCES FOR EMPLOYABILITY: The second block of sessions explores the competences that enhance the employabilitiy of young people:
- Identifying Key Competences for the labour market
- Streghtening and certifying key competencies for the labour market
- Effective communication
- Planning skills & time management
- Youthpass & Europass
C. RESOURCES FOR EMPLOYABILITY: The sessions belonging to this group provide a complete set of current work, educational and volunteering opportunities at European and worldwide level. By the end of the training course, participants will be able to effectively convey a broad set of opportunities to their target groups.
This training course is recommended for Youth workers, youth leaders, EVS mentors/tutors
All costs (accommodation, meals etc.) relevant to participation in the course will be covered by the YiA National Agency of Spain. Travel costs will be covered up to 95% by the Hellenic National Agency.
Working language(s): English
Application Deadline: 24/09/2017
For information about the training and submission of the application form, you should visit: https://www.salto-youth.net/tools/european-training-calendar/training/employability-ambassadors.6612/
For further information please contact: Ms. Natassa Dedousi, tel 2131314450, email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Attached Program: Planning Employability Ambassadors 2017