No One Must Left Behind Training Course in Hungary
The Parents’ House Public Benefit Foundation, in cooperation with the Asociatia Pro Agriensis Foundation in Romania has launched the Erasmus+ (KA153) project „No One Must Left Behind” in Hungary. The project includes two six-day training sessions for youth workers with experience of working with children and young people in care. The training is free of charge.
During the two one-week training sessions, participants will have the opportunity to deepen their knowledge of child protection and youth work through creative non-formal learning tools. In addition to creating a common theoretical framework, the training aims to provide practical techniques and tools to support young people in children’s homes and foster care in their daily work.
The training course will provide an opportunity for participants to learn about each other’s experiences and challenges and to develop their skills through mutual learning in the environment of Lake Balaton, which is also an excellent place to try out nature-based methods.
The project aims to create a long-term, inclusive and supportive professional community committed to improving the situation and opportunities for children and young people in care.
As an outcome of the training process, participants will collaborate to create a widely accessible online toolkit to support the work of professionals working with children and young people in care.
Between the two weeks of the training, participants will be able to put into practice the knowledge and techniques acquired during the training and use their experiences to further develop the toolkit during the second week of the training.
This training is for you if you are over 15 years old, live in Hungary or Romania and:
- You work as a youth worker, child protection worker and/or have experience of working with children and young people in care (children’s home educators, carers, foster carers, social workers, psychologists, etc.).
- You work in a child protection organisation,
- You are committed and motivated to support children and young people in care and have some experience in this field (even as a volunteer), or
- You are or have been in care and have a passion for helping children and young people in similar situations.
- You want to develop your professional skills in a supportive community,
- You are committed to supporting children and young people in vulnerable situations,
- You can commit to the project for the full duration of both training weeks,
- You can commit to participating in the testing of techniques and methods between the training weeks,
- You are willing to participate in a mutually supportive professional community in the longer term.
1st Training week: 19.06.2023 – 24.06.2023 (+2 days travel), Balatonfenyves
2nd Training week: 04.09.2023 – 09.09.2023 (+2 days travel), Balatonfenyves
The training is free of charge – travel, accommodation and meals will be covered by the project.
If you are interested in participating in the project, please fill in the application form as detailed as possible, as this will be the basis for the selection.
Please note that by applying for the event you are committing to taking part in the whole process. Applications received will be evaluated by the Parents’ House Public Benefit Foundation.
Application deadline: 24 May 2023
The maximum number of participants is 30, 15 from Hungary and 15 from Romania. We strongly encourage the participation of people with fewer opportunities from all over the country.
If you have any questions, please contact Lilla Balla at email@example.com.
Deadline of the assesment of applications: 29 May 2023