• Date of Training: 11. – 24.11.2023
  • Country: SLOVENIA 

  • Working language: English

  • Deadline for applying: 25.08.2023.


This project is supported and co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme. It means that your travel costs, accommodation, and food will be fully covered if you get selected for the project. The European Commission’s support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents, which reflect the views only of the authors, and the Commission nor EACEA can be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

The activity is open to experienced trainers on the national level who work in the youth sector or who have limited experience working internationally within their organizations or networks. Applications are only open to trainers from Slovenia, Croatia and Western Balkans countries.


  • Supporting participants in the development of their trainer competences using the ETS Competence Model as a reference
  • Exploring the role of trainers in the European youth work field
  • Giving participants the opportunity to practice training in an international setting
  • Embarking on a journey as learners
  • Supporting learning processes and cocreating stimulating learning environments
  • Raising awareness and inspiring confidence in participants’ potential as trainers
  • Supporting participants to (re-)familiarise themselves with the Erasmus+ and the European Solidarity Corps programmes.


THE FIRST STAGE of the course will take place online between 11 September and 20 November 2023, enabling participants to learn and connect with others.

This period will include:

  • An onboarding session that will take place on 11 September 2023 where each participant will choose their learning preferences and prepare for the residential course. This session is not optional.
  • Mentoring sessions: each team, formed during the onboarding session, will be supported by a mentor, with whom they will meet 3 times between 12 Sept. and 20 Nov. Applicants will be asked their availability in the application form and the final schedule is to be decided during the onboarding.
  • Self-paced learning based on written guidelines. Although it can vary, we estimate that the process will take around 6 hours, including time for your own reflection.
In THE SECOND STAGE, we will gather for residential courses between 21 and 24 November 2023 in Slovenia. You are expected to arrive on 20 November and stay until 25 November. Some parts of the programme will be run entirely by the organising team and others by participants based on the agreements made in the first stage. The exact flow of the programme will therefore be finalised during September and November
  • The Training Course targets youth workers to equip them with competence and knowledge on gender issues. During a one-week long training course the youth workers will have a chance to get acquainted with new methods and approaches to work with young people on the topic of gender equality. As a result of a training course, the participants will get back to their countries and will start the implementation process of the follow-up events.

    The Training Course will involve 35 youth workers. It will be targeting youth workers and youth leaders based in the countries of the European Union (the Netherlands, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia and Spain) and the Neighboring countries (Armenia, Albania, Georgia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of North Macedonia, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine).



Bosnia and Herzegovina – Fully Covered

How to apply?

Apply at this link (SALTO-YOUTH) by 25 August 2023.

Read more about this opportunity on SALTO-YOUTH – Stay tuned!

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