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Egyesek Youth Association offers a high-quality training program for youth workers and leaders, with professional follow-up, evaluation and certification of their professional development. The programme also allows the Association to report, advocate and acknowledge the high quality and importance of work of youth workers and trainers across the European system.

Participants involved in the programme are introduced to the eight essential skills through a series of workshops. Following the introduction and getting to understand the essential skills, the elements of each session and mentoring conversation are then designed to focus on specific and relevant essential skills. Before and after each training program, participants assess themselves through Skills Builder Benchmark and are assessed during their practice by two evaluators.

By the end of the training program, participants are:

  • aware of the essential skills, their meaning and their use
  • able to reflect and assess themselves against the framework
  • able to reflect on their skillset
  • developing their essential skills independently and reflecting on their learning

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