TDM2000 Polska is announcing an open call for 3 Polish participants for a Training Course “Education for Sustainable Development Training“ that will be organized in ASHA Centre, UK from 17th to 25th of March 2015.
The Training Course is organized under the new Erasmus Plus programme of the European Commission and will involve 30 youth workers and young people from 10 European countries who will come together to develop their competences in using education for sustainable development (ESD) across EU countries using non-formal methods.
Food, accommodation, materials and 80% of the travel costs (up to 275 euros) are covered by the organizers.
Conditions to take part on this project are to be over 18 years old and have a good command of the English language.
In the info pack and below you can read more information about the Training Course. If you are interested in taking part in this project or have any questions related to this call, please contact and send us a filled application form to firstname.lastname@example.org , not later than 25th of February 2015.
Short summary of the project:
This is an Erasmus+ – Key Action 1 project, composed of three activities.
This is a long-term training programme on holistic approaches to sustainable development for youth workers from 10 European countries. The project build’s on ASHA Centre’s long-term experience in Education for Sustainable Development projects (we have implemented two long-term programmes within the UK YiA TCP programme in 2012-2013, having trained almost 200 people).
The main aim of the programme is to develop youth workers’ competences in using education for sustainable development (ESD) across EU countries using non-formal methods.
Main project outcomes: increased competences of partner organisations in using ESD, increased co-operation between partners within Erasmus+ Programme.
The the programme is based on aholistic approach to sustainable development, including its three dimensions: social, economic and environmental. The project contents combines experience and expertise of the ASHA Centre and local environmental groups and organisations based at the Forest of Dean and across Gloucestershire , looking at the connection between local action and global responsibility of all communities for sustainable development.
DATES: 17 – 25 March 2015
THE VENUE: ASHA Centre, Flaxley, Gloucestershire