Preparatory online course – getting into the Erasmus+

Preparatory online learning course, developed as part of learning journey within the training course "Project development for beginners and ESC Solidarity Projects".

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

This is preparatory online learning course for the TC “Project development for beginners and ESC Solidarity Projects”!

This course is intended only for participants of the above mentioned TC.


The training course you will be part of is funded through the Erasmus+ programme, and the approach to the learning happening before, during, and after the event is based on the principles of youth work and non-formal learning. Thus, this online preparatory course will introduce you to the Erasmus+ programme, the definition of youth work, and will help you understand a bit better what non-formal learning is. Of course, you will have a chance to learn more about these topics during the in-person activity. 

Since one of the main topics of the upcoming training course are Solidarity projects, there are dedicated materials and lesson on the topic of European Solidarity Corps.

This online course is also presenting the Youthpass and 8 key competences, as a way to prepare you to keep track of your learning that will happen during the training course.

You have several small tasks at the end of the course, which you need to finish before we meet in person. Please, do not forget to do these tasks. 


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How to learn

The course is available to registered users. This course is free of charge. Once registered, please click “Start course”. Course duration is cca 2-3 hours and the content will be available for 14 days upon enrolling. For more info, check FAQ.

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