Following the success of the Follow-up Seminar on European Citizenship in November 2007, the Partnership and several National Agencies have set up a strategy to support former participants of the European Citizenship training courses to become active multipliers and remain motivated and informed.
From the follow-up seminar:
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This very platform is one element of the strategy, but there is also some additional support from follow-up trainers available to help former participants to integrate European Citizenship elements in their daily youth work and projects.
So if you are a former participant in one of the European Citizenship Training Courses in 2007 and 2008, and if you have any question regarding European Citizenship in youth work, training, or policy — don’t hesitate to get in touch!
For each EC TC, one follow-up trainer is in charge of helping you — if needed and wanted — to go through the first difficulties when implementing European citizenship projects or integrating European Citizenship in youth work.
1 — EC-UK (United Kingdom, October 2007): contact Erzsebet
2 — EC-TR (Turkey, November 2007): contact Paola
3 — EC-DK (Denmark, November 2007): contact Elena
4 — EC-HU (Hungary, December 2007): contact Erzsebet
5 — EC-PL (Poland, January 2008): contact Elena
6 — EC-IT (Italy, February 2008): contact Xavier
7 — EC-DE (Germany, April 2008): contact Xavier
8 — EC-FR (France, September 2008): contact Xavier
So you are a veteran, you say, from any of the many previous trainings?
No problem, drop us a line anyway and we’ll see what we can do!
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