Call for Trainers: Training Course in Weimar, May 2024
About the project:
How can NGOs effectively communicate information about services, education, training, and social opportunities to the new migrant communities that need them, especially reaching the most marginalized individuals?
To tackle this issue, our project will leverage a co-creation approach, partnering with young migrants to understand their needs and to empower them as information multipliers within their own communities. Over the course of 18 months, our consortium will engage a community of new migrants from Ireland, Germany, and Portugal. This engagement will involve running parallel consultations on communication methodologies, implementing a hybrid training course/working group activity in Weimar, Germany, and conducting four local dissemination activities.
We are searching for one trainer to co-lead A2: Working Group and Training Course in EJBW, Weimar. Connecting 25 young migrants and project managers to explore how opportunities can be communicated better, and how young migrants can become multipliers of opportunities within their own communities
- Duration: 7 days 24th (arrival) – 31st (departure) May 2024 (& online meetings with the training team)
- Location: EJBW, Weimar
- Participants: 25
- Training Team: Lead trainer, co-trainer (this call), two project managers.
- Young Migrants who have participated in Erasmus+ or local programs
- Project Managers implementing these programs
Key Learning Objectives:
- Content Expertise on Co-Creation: Engage with co-creation techniques, involving young migrants as active co-designers, ensuring communication strategies are tailored to the needs of under-represented communities within Erasmus+
- Effective Communication and Outreach Strategies: Develop the skills to communicate complex topics sensitively, ensuring clarity and effectiveness in reaching out to diverse migrant groups.
- Intercultural Competence & Empathy: Enhance the ability to interact with young migrants across cultures, building bridges between different cultural backgrounds.
- Participants co-creating calls for activities at the local level.
- Collection of tools and methods which will be compiled into a casebook for further use
- Demonstrated experience in working with migrant communities.
- Knowledge of Non-Formal Education
- Proven track record in training or workshop facilitation.
- Strong understanding of developing programs in response to learning objectives.
- Program will be delivered in English
- Ability to adapt content to meet the diverse needs of participants.
Application Process: Interested trainers are requested to submit:
- Updated CV highlighting relevant experience.
- A reference from previous training programs/workshops they have facilitated.
Please send your applications to firstname.lastname@example.org by 25.11.23.
Fees: A rate of 200 EUR / day for six working days will be applied to this contract, and travel costs will be covered for the TC.