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Projekt “Entrepreneurship as a way to struggle with youth unemployment” to szkolenie osób pracujących z młodzieżą finansowane przez program Erasmus+.
W projekcie wzięło udział 30 uczestników reprezentujących następujące organizacje.
Ośrodek Kultury Ochoty (Polska) – koordynator projektu
Youth Events Holding Center (Armenia)
A.D.E.L. - Association for Development, Education and Labour (Słowacja)
Organisation Française de la Coopération Internationale (Francja)
Foundation for Entrepreneurship, Culture and Education (Bułgaria)
Mladinski center Dravinjske doline (Słowenia)
Obcanske sdruzeni SEPPIA (Czechy)
Ateities Lyderiu Akademija (Litwa)
Asociatia pentru Educatie Non-Formala (Rumunia)
Azerbaijan Tafakkur Youth Association (Azerbejdżan)
Każdą organizację reprezentowało 3 uczestników, w sumie w szkoleniu wzięło udział 30 osób.
Szkolenie odbyło się w dniach 16 – 22 lutego 2015 w Warszawie w budynku należącym do Ośrodka Kultury Ochoty – Pod Okiem.

Celem projektu było wyposażenie uczestników w wiedzę z zakresu bezrobocia młodzieży w Unii Europejskiej oraz w umiejętności tworzenia i realizowania projektów młodzieżowych walczących z tym zjawiskiem. Uczestnicy dostali kompleksową wiedzę na temat bezrobocia w UE: jego przyczyn, skutków i planów Komisji Europejskiej jak przeciwdziałać temu zjawisku. Ponadto dowiedzieli się, w jaki sposób przedsiębiorczość i tworzenie własnego biznesu wpływa na pozom bezrobocia w krajach UE.
Zostało zaaranżowane spotkanie z polskim przedsiębiorcą w trakcie, którego uczestnicy dowiedzieli się, z jakimi problemami zmagał się, a także opowiedział w jaki sposób znaleźć pomysł na biznes.
W trakcie trwania projektu zwiedzili oni Warszawę w niekonwencjonalny sposób: odwiedzili Centrum Przedsiębiorczości Smolana, a także poprzez ćwiczenie fundraisingowe mieli okazję porozmawiać ze społecznością lokalną.
W trakcie spotkania duży nacisk położony został na nawiązywanie partnerstw, uczestnicy zostali zachęceni do prezentacji swoich organizacji a także projektów, które zostały jak do tej pory zrealizowane. Dzięki temu zostały złożone 3 nowe aplikacje o fundusze na projekty w terminie 30.04.2015 : 1 aplikacja we Francji oraz 2 na Litwie.
Uczestnicy zostali wyposażeni w wiedzę na temat programu Erasmus+: w jaki sposób pisać wniosek aplikacyjny, formalne kwestie składania wniosku, nawiązywanie partnerstw zagranicznych, cele i priorytety programu Erasmus+. Dowiedzieli się także czym jest projekt i w ramach metodologii PCM zdobyli wiedzę jak zarządzać projektem. Ponadto w trakcie wieczorów miedzy kulturalnych dowiedzieli się o krajach, z których pochodzą.
Głównym celem projektu było jednak wyposażenie uczestników w wiedzę i kompetencje dotyczące tworzenia projektów. Mieli oni za zadanie w grupach stworzyć projekty związane z bezrobociem i promowaniem przedsiębiorczości wśród młodzieży. Dostali wiedzę także o Youthpassie jako narzędziu skutecznej oceny rezultatów kształcenia i edukacji pozaformalnej.

Rezultatem projektu są:
- zwiększenie wiedzy na temat programu Erasmus+ wśród uczestników
- nawiązanie partnerstw zagranicznych między organizacjami uczestniczącymi w projekcie
- wyszkolenie młodych pracowników młodzieżowych w kompetencje dotyczące pisania i realizowania projektów
- zwiększenie wiedzy na temat przeciwdziałania bezrobociu w Europie
- nabycie przez uczestników kompetencji i wiedzy dotyczących nawiązywania partnerstw zagranicznych
- zapoznanie uczestników z metodami edukacji pozaformalnej
- zapoznanie uczestników z narzędziami fundraisingowymi
- poznanie przez uczestników alternatywnych metod znajdywania źródeł finansowania projektów.

Opinie uczestników szkolenia:
Ludmila Ursu (Francja):
I enjoyed the project Entrepreneurship as a Way to struggle with Youth Unemployment.
The activities were diverse, interesting and dynamic. Beginning the day with energizers is a great idea, and inserting them also after lunch or moments when the energy decreases in the group gives more outcome from the daily program.
Lukasz and Mateusz were open to suggestions throughout the project, flexible enough to adapt the time table and the choice of food when needed.
Personally, the training gave me the motivation, courage and information to write a project on my own (which I never did till now). Also, I found interesting partners with which our association OFCI intends to collaborate in the future.
The presentations about the youth unemployment gave me a large picture of this subject in different European countries (EU/non EU).
The stakeholders (... Natalia) gave relevant information about the possibilities of creating/developing a new enterprise and working in a corporation).
I found out new ways of debating, like the Oxford Debate.
For the next projects I'd suggest 1/2 of day of visit of the city.
At last, I can say that the majority of my expectations were fulfilled and I would be open/recommend to participate to projects organized by Lukasz.

Cristiana Lucaci (Rumunia):
Putting into words such an amazing experience is undoubtedly hard. The project in Warsaw, Poland was the first one for me, so at the very beginning I was very curious about what this training course is all about. Having the opportunity to participate gave me the chance to meet great people, with extraordinary life stories, people who came with motivation and desire to evolve. It felt like we all knew each other before, everything came so natural. According to this, I sincerely think, that the bounds that have been created during this TC will last a very long time from now on.
Last but not least, this experience was more than I could have ever expected, because not only we were very united as a group, but we also had the chance to explore the beautiful Warsaw, accumulate a lot of information and make experience.
I would like to thank you, Lukasz and Mateusz, for this wonderful week, for all your effort and dedication!

Alexandru Dumitrescu (Rumunia):
Between 16-22.02.2015 Training I attended the "Entrepreneurship as a way to struggle with youth unemployment" held in Warsaw, Poland, Erasmus +. At first I was curious, and impatient but I was also a little afraid Since we were first project I applied and was accepted. I did not know how to fit into a group total stranger and thought they had other ideas and conceptions. Once and knowing all the people in 10 countries, we realized that our ideas and concepts are not as different as I thought was very quick and accommodating. The 7 days spent together they flew, workshops, parties, visits to the Polish capital, team building sites have filled all this time that I was afraid that you will not use it in a productive purpose. All the people were friendly, lively, party and has to make you feel good and fit in a group that was full of life.
What have I learned?
Well I learned methods by which you can open your business alone or you can opt to work for a large company and then you turn alone or associate and open a company in which you choose your own working hours and how you manage your work.
All I would add to what I learned and improved English language and develop knowledge about other cultures.

Analiza SWOT projektu wykonana przez uczestniczkę Marię Rachinską:
Entrepreneurship as a way to struggle with youth unemployment
SWOT analysis will be used as a guiding evaluation method for the training course (TC) of the project. SWOT matrix is a tool to give a concise and exact overview of internal and external strengths and weaknesses of the project. S strands for Strengths, W for Weaknesses, O for Opportunities and T for Treats.
Strengths:
The project presented a current and important theme about the global problem of the youth unemployment that concerns not only the individual Member States but the European Union as a whole.
he current project provided the opportunity to create new connections and expand existing networks.
The project enabled a collaboration between new participants though intercultural dialog.
The participants were active and well prepared with up to date statistics of the current situation of the youth unemployment in 10 countries (Poland, France, Romania, Bulgaria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Slovenia and Slovakia).
The project presented methods and good practices to tackle youth unemployment in a creative and open-minded character, by using of non-formal educative tools and interactive games.
The lecturers and the trainers were well prepared and active as well as the participants. With their talent and dedication to the subject, they contributed to a smooth and interesting proceeding of the training course.

Visiting the entrepreneur center of Warsaw and the numerous presentations (Corporation vs. StartUP) were very useful in becoming more familiar with the subject.
The usage of non-formal education to tackle an economic issue is a good method in generating awareness.

Weaknesses:
The logistic execution leaves room for improvement. For example, the dinners could be taking place where the participants were residing. More cultural activities around the city of Warsaw should have taken place. Becoming more familiar with the country and the city, as well as visiting cultural spots would have enhanced the total experience.

Opportunities:
After the TC the participants are more familiar with the current problems of youth unemployment in and beyond the different Member States.
We had a chance to share common knowledge and create a useful network for further cooperation
A useful and interesting way to visit one of the fastest growing city in Europe – Warsaw.
The participants were able to develop practical as well as theoretical knowledge. Now, we are more familiar with theories and methods to apply in the struggle against youth unemployment, thus enabling us to take our own initiatives.
Getting to know different cultures contributed to a vivid intercultural dialog and exchange.
The learning experience through interactive and engaging methods made the learning process more exciting.
The leisure activities of the project strengthened the newly gained connections.
Threats:
Youth unemployment is an ongoing issue that needs the implementation of diversity of methods combined with personal initiatives, such as startups and entrepreneur spirit, to tackle the issue.
The issue of unemployment has fluctuating tendencies that require a flexible and adaptable approaches and implementations.
To adapt to the changing circumstances of youth unemployment I would strongly recommend an annual or more frequent execution of the project and similar additional projects.
The TC is a good method for giving an overview and tackling the general problem of youth unemployment but needs further development and adjustment into national level.


Galina Pavlova (Bułgaria):
For me the most valuable experience, connected with the TC was the chance to explore trainer’s and facilitator’s work during the activities. I am thankful to both Lukas and Mateus for sharing their knowledge and experience in project writing and entrepreneurship not only during the official program but also in their free time. Their motivation became my motivation too.
I found some of the methods really creative-for example the pantomime representation of youth unemployment. Also I learned some new discussion techniques such as “Oxford debate”.
All the participants were actively involved in the program and were willing to contribute with implementation of energizers and other games. The information about other participants’ organization will be useful for me in the future-there were presented different practices in a variety of areas.
Mariya Veleva (Bułgaria):
The TC was really useful both theoretically and practically.
Youth unemployment is an ongoing issue and during the TC we were familiarised with different possible ways of solving this problem. I liked that every game a part from the non-formal methods, used during the TC, were trying to make us think as an entrepreneur. The game whit the switching object forced us to present our object in the best way possible, in order, to get it switched. The presentations about developing in a corporation or how to start-up our own business, mixed with the game “Oxford debate”, gave us a comparison of the two possible ways in which each of us can improve upon his knowledge.
The intercultural collaboration during the games made us help each other to get to know the most important information for Erasmus + and its application form. The process of realization a project is complex and after the TC I am more willing to implement what I have learned.
I appreciate the efforts of the organizers to inspire us to be more creative and I am really thankful for being a part of this TC.

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