Online and e-learning in youth work

Online learning course “Online and e-learning in youth work” covers the topic of designing and developing online learning experience in a way that is easy to understand and implement with different target groups.

Last Updated : 18/03/2024
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What is this course about?

Youth work is facing crisis, especially in the recent times with the COVID-19 outbreak. Only few organisations that are dealing with youth work weren’t prepared for this kind of events in the society. Others don’t have knowledge, skills and experience needed to adapt educational work to online surrounding. Many organisations, especially in not very developed countries with rich history of non-formal education, are facing issues in adapting the existing educational workshops and moving them to online surrounding. Thus, many organisations are facing the risk to be closed in case of similar events happening in the future – because they will not be prepared to face and overcome issues.

Online learning course “Online and e-learning in youth work” covers the topic of designing and developing online learning experience in a way that is easy to understand and implement with different target groups.
Course is developed for youth workers, for raising their knowledge and skills in the field of online learning development for the youth work activities.

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The course is available to registered users. This course is free of charge. Once registered, please click “Start course”. Course duration is 3-4 hours and the content will be available for 14 days upon enrolling. For more info, check FAQ.

 
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