From youth workers to youth workers. The digital skillset you always needed.
“SPACESHIP: Strategic Partnership to Anchor Capacity of Elearning and Skills Heat up, Inspired by Pandemic” is an Erasmus+ Cooperation Partnership in Youth which started in December 2022 and will last until March 2025. The project was born in collaboration with our dedicated partners: InCo (Italy), D.G.T. (Romania), CODEC vzw (Belgium).
The project aims to respond to the need of partnership and our peer organizations in terms of fundamentally reinforcing quality digitalization of the non-formal learning, while at the same time providing the individual youth workers with a way to upgrade their personal digital and soft skills in order to boost their professionalism as learning providers
How is the project connected with the EU?
The project is in line with overall priorities of European Youth Strategy, the new Erasmus+ programme 2021 -2027 and particularly with the cooperative partnerships mission: it clearly covers horizontal priority by directly addressing the digital transformation through proposed pathway for building digital capacity of the youth work sector, while the project aim focuses on increasing and promoting quality and recognition of youth work.
Nevertheless, it is important to mention that his project is funded by the Eramus+ programme of the European Union.
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Meet our partners
Our mission is to equip youngsters, youth workers and teachers with the soft skills needed for professional success. In the same time, we are bringing non-formal education closer to all individuals by tailoring our activities according to their specific needs.
CODEC Europe stands for the Association for European Cooperation, Development and Communication. The mission of our organization is to promote the European policies and values that will improve the economic and social well-being of people around the world.
InCo Association (Interculturality & Communication) is a non-profit organisation established in 2004 by a group of friends who wanted to develop international exchange, mutual understanding, and intercultural sensitivity inn youngsters.
D.G.T.’s mission is focused on creating a network between youngsters, students and researchers of different backgrounds and nationalities on topics such as: cultural exchange and learning, non-formal education, ecology, sustainable development, European citizenship, climate change, geopolitics and many more.
The course is designed to suit your own pace, interests at any place in the world! Stay tuned for more information & join us from 1st July 2023!