In cooperation with Consorzio Leonardo and other 17 organisations from across wider Europe, ALDA will be launching on 25th January the seven-day training course activity of the project Work on Social Cooperation (WOSOCOOP). The project is funded by the European Commission within the Erasmus + programme under the K Action 1 – Learning Mobility of Individuals Vocational Education and Training (VET) learner and staff mobility.

The aim of the project is to tackle youth unemployment by bringing together 40 youth workers from Azerbaijan, Armenia, Moldova, Ukraine, France, Czech Republic, Turkey, Romania, Georgia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Macedonia, Croatia, Slovenia and Spain to exchange experience and good practices on social cooperation.

Through a coherent set of tools including working groups, experts’ inputs and feedback, study visits and intercultural practices, the training course will strengthen participants’ knowledge and skills in acting as multipliers in their own countries to promote the access of disadvantaged youth into the labour market.

For further information, please visit the dedicated website of the project.

In cooperation with Consorzio Leonardo and other 17 organisations from across wider Europe, ALDA will be launching on 25th January the seven-day training course activity of the project Work on Social Cooperation (WOSOCOOP). The project is funded by the European Commission within the Erasmus + programme under the K Action 1 – Learning Mobility of Individuals Vocational Education and Training (VET) learner and staff mobility.

The aim of the project is to tackle youth unemployment by bringing together 40 youth workers from Azerbaijan, Armenia, Moldova, Ukraine, France, Czech Republic, Turkey, Romania, Georgia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Macedonia, Croatia, Slovenia and Spain to exchange experience and good practices on social cooperation.

Through a coherent set of tools including working groups, experts’ inputs and feedback, study visits and intercultural practices, the training course will strengthen participants’ knowledge and skills in acting as multipliers in their own countries to promote the access of disadvantaged youth into the labour market.

For further information, please visit the dedicated website of the project.