• Name of the project: “Sharing Design Your Job”
  • Date of Project: 19.07.2022 – 29.07.2022.


  • Hosting organization: “RES POLIS”


  • Sending organizations: “BRAVO
  • Place: Novi sad, Serbia


  • Participants age: + 18


  • The number of  participants : 5


  • Working language: English


  • Deadline for applying: 25.05.2022

This project is financed by the European Commission through the Erasmus Plus Program. This publication reflects the view only of the author, and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. By Erasmus+ rules organizers will cover travel costs, accommodation and food.


“Sharing Design Your Job” project is a continuation of the “Design Your Job” (DYJ) initiative under which we have developed 4 projects already. Three of them were financed by EACEA and one by Serbian NA. All projects under the “DYJ” initiative follow and contribute to the overall objective of “Creating and testing new ICT education programs and methodologies suitable for systematic prequalification and re-training of unemployed or marginalized young people”.

Our initiative uses NFL methods, and mobilities to attract and motivate focused young people to gain hands-on and practical competencies. With these competencies, our users are capable, right after our education process, to find a job, start their job, or at least improve their income situation (usually with Freelancing).


Through the Project, all project participants will have the opportunity to learn new skills that will lead them forward. All project values consist of three areas that stand out:

  • Access to the shared knowledge of good practices with all hard and soft skills that are needed for the job search that is present in all countries of the European Union.
  •  Work and a new learning system that is unknown to the formal school system. A new look at the unknown and opportunities to acquire knowledge.
  • Access to free technological management tools, specially designed for the field of soft and hard ICT skills, which will allow them to maximize the efficiency of their knowledge and IMPACT.


The Project will implement 5 Training Courses whose topics will be:

  • Basic hardware/software manipulation 
  • Basic web development
  • Basic UX design
  • Basic graphic design
  • Basic digital marketing


This TC is focusing on learning how to assembly computer from parts, how to maintain the hardware, how to install OS, how to set BIOS and how to install/work with basic software (office package and Adobe Reader). We will use NFL methods to transfer the knowledge and develop skills. Notably participants will have an input from trainer and then they will be assigned to work in whole group, small group or as individual depends of task.

This is the first in a series of trainings within this project, with the aim of empowering young people, teaching them in the field of Hard and soft hardware skills to better prepare them for the labor market.

Hardware skills allow you to physically operate a computer. Hardware skills can be as simple as knowing how to turn devices on and off. They might also involve more complex tasks like connecting machines to networks, changing parts or fixing broken devices. For these complex tasks, many employers hire trained technicians with advanced computer skills.

Some common computer skills include:

  • Analytics

  • Social media

  • Graphic design

  • Microsoft Office

  • Spreadsheets

  • Email communication

  • Marketing automation

  • Data visualization

Soft skills relate to how you work. Soft skills include interpersonal (people) skills, communication skills, listening skills, time management, and empathy, among others. They are among the top skills employers seek in the candidates they hire, because soft skills are important for just about every job.

  • Adaptability 
  • Communication 
  • Compromise
  • Creative thinking
  • Dependability
  • Leadership
  • Listening
  • Work ethic 
  • Teamwork
  • Positivity 
  • Time management 
  • Motivation 
  • Problem-solving 
  • Critical thinking
  • Conflict resolution
  • Negotiation


The accommodation is 100% covered by Erasmus+ Programmed. The food and coffee breaks are 100% covered by Erasmus+ Programmed.

What to bring with you?
1) Information about topic from your country
2) Materials of your organization
3) Good mood
4) Medicines and insurance;
5) Original travel e-tickets and invoices like train tickets, bus tickets etc.
6) Bath and sauna equipment (shorts, swimwear)

The laptop must be brought. In case you do not own a laptop, please indicate in Google Form that you do not have a laptop in order to provide it to you in a timely manner. 


All participants will be accommodated in Hotel Norcev, based in Fruška Gora national park just a few km out of Novi Sad

Hotel Norcev – 

Transportation for all participants from Bosnia and Herzegovina will be organized by the BRAVO organization


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