Youth Work Going Digital
The training course will focus on understanding the digital youth work, digital education and online activism for NGOs concept and elements, presenting innovative tools that can be applied in daily youth work, sharing good practices from across Europe, boosting the skills and competences of the youth workers for using digital technologies for better and more quality volunteer management, online activism, online communication and for reaching out more young people, even from marginalized communities.
GeNquality (GenQ) project aims to raise awareness about gender inequality and gender discrimination for an equal society where any individual, despite gender or sexual orientation is included.
Through this project we want to address the need for acceptance and tolerance amongst youth, encouraging initiative for equal opportunities, non-discrimination and social inclusion. In addition, the project aims to include participants aged 18-30 from Denmark, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Romania and Spain that have been facing difficulties in the society based on their gender or appurtenance to the LGBTI+ community and had been victims of discrimination or social bullying or had been excluded from society, educational system and family.
E-entrepreneur team would like to invite you to take an online course via MOODLE platform which aims to provide you with specialized knowledge on e-commerce tools and technologies.
The course contains four modules that cover important topics in relation to e-commerce, digital approaches and youth entrepreneurship.
Learners are asked to pass a 10-question quiz at the end of each module, for a total of four quizzes. Quiz questions are based on the information contained in the corresponding module.
Certificate: Each learner who passes the four quizzes, reaching a 60% of right answers in every quiz, will receive a Certificate of Completion.
E-entrepreneur is a long-term KA2 strategic partnership in the field of youth approved by Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education and co-funded by the ERASMUS+ Progamme of the European Union.
How does it work?
As a general rule, we cover all your expenses related to your participation in all Erasmus+ projects.
That means we pay for your travel, accommodation, meals, and any other study materials.
However, most of the time you need to book your flights yourself and we will reimburse you right after the project finishes. This works as a guarantee for us that you will actively participate in the project.
What do you need to know before traveling
- First and foremost, make sure you read the Infopack of the project. There you will find important information about your travel, accommodation and daily activities.
- Then, make sure your passport/national ID is valid and whether you need a visa to enter the country you are traveling to.
- Next, we strongly recommend you to have a valid medical insurance during your trip. You can either use the European Blue Card (free) or a private medical insurance.
- Last but not least, remember to save all your flight tickets, boarding passes, invoices and any other tickets you use for transport. Your travel expenses will be reimbursed based on them.
- You can also find general information about the travelling conditions in the project’s Infopack.
The hosting organization will provide you with a reasonable place to live during the project. Usually, you will stay in double or triple rooms which have a private bathroom and shower.
Typically, you can check-in earliest at 13:00 on the arrival day. For departure, you need to check-out latest by 11:00 on the departure day.
Important: if you plan to arrive earlier than the project start date or leave after the project end date, you need to arrange accommodation and meals by yourself. Also, make sure you don’t spend more than 2-3 extra days outside the dates of the project. If in doubt, please contact your project leader or the hosting organization
You will be provided with three meals every day, plus two coffee breaks in between.
In case you require a special diet (e.g. vegetarian) or have allergies, please inform your group leader or the hosting organization at least one month in advance before the project start date.
Look around before booking your flights to find the best deals. Check your baggage allowance before packing, Also, remember to bring a few Danish snacks/drinks with you for the Intercultural Evening. Let the others get a bite of Danish culture & food! Feel free to choose from lakrids, cookies, marcipan, snaps, or anything else that you think it’s representative of Denmark.
Taking the train will reduce your carbon footprint and Europe has a comprehensive rail network. For information on rail passes covering travel in up to 20 countries, have a look at the Eurail website.
If you decide to travel by your own car to the project (not recommended), check that it is properly insured. Regulations and requirements vary between countries
- Make sure you have enough money to cover emergencies and any unexpected delays.
- Ensure you have more than one means of payment with you (cash, debit card, credit card).
- Carry a copy of your passport or other photographic ID which confirms your nationality at all times.
- Take out medical and/or travel insurance before you travel.
- Stay in touch with us and make sure you have our contact details with you. Please get in touch with us for advice and support if you experience any disruption to your travel and accommodation arrangements.
- If you are abroad and need emergency help, please contact the nearest Danish embassy, consulate or high commission, or your own embassy if you’re not a Danish citizen.