Enhancing a Universal Guide and NETwork for the Youth Workers of the Future
Main objectives of EU-NET:
• To create an international network for promoting the excellence in youth work focused on sharing methods, tools and skills of the employees and youth workers in the sphere of Erasmus+ and beyond.
• Better understanding and recognition of skills and qualifications about youth work in Europe
• Clear understanding of youth work practice, starting from the local level, for then enlarging the focus internationally
• Increased opportunities for youth workers’ and their professional development
• Increased synergies and links and improvement transition between the different sectors of education
• Standardizing the youth work at international level, improving their inputs and sharing good practices
• Spreading Erasmus+ mobility & training opportunities
• Creating an online platform with different e-tools for youth workers, which will also serve as a place where youth workers and other stakeholders can share their ideas/ problems/ thoughts - fostering a social dialogue and professional development
• Publishing OER materials, including a Surveys Analysis Report, Handbook, promotional videos and booklets for youth workers

Duration of EU-NET: from the 01/03/2017 to the 31/07/2018 (17 months)

Main Target groups of EU-NET:
• Youth workers/trainers and young leaders who are in general working in the youth field, organizing seminars, training courses, youth exchanges, workshops as well as managing the European Voluntary Service (EVS) and other volunteering programs.
• NGOs, Associations, Foundations, Informal Groups of Youth, Municipalities, Development agencies and Universities working in the aforementioned sectors.
•Old and future EVS volunteers and “wannabe” youth workers among other interested parties;
•Policy Makers, Public & Private Stakeholders.

Name of the Organization you work for: (in case you are a Freelancer, please just write “Freelancer”):
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Type of organization/s you work for or collaborate with:
Your role within the organization/s:
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Country of your organization/s
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Size of the organization/s (employees/volunteers who are fully engaged in the organization)
Current activities of the organization/s
Email of the organization/s (so that we can share the results with them)
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How did you become a youth worker?
Please specify your educational background (type of studies, internships, practical experience – formal and/or non-formal education)
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Which means of training do you think that is more effective in order to become a youth worker?
Could you define who a “Youth Worker” is and what does their job entail? Please answer in max. 4-5 lines
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What would you recommend to any interested person in order to get trained and become a professional youth worker? What kind of education do you think that this person should receive, formal or non-formal education, or maybe a combination of the two? Please answer in max. 4-5 lines
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Please rate by crossing with an (X) , weather the following competencies and skills are (1)Not Important (2)Slightly Important (3)Moderately Important (4) Important or (5)Very
Cultural Awareness
Time management
Effective communication with peers
Communication in English
Communication in mother tongue
Communication in another (additional) foreign language
Sense of initiative
Teamwork and collaboration
ICT & Digital Competences
Adaptability to a new environment
Problem solving
Critical thinking and observation
Conflict resolution
Creative and innovative thinking
Learning to Learn
Self'-reflection and ability for personal development
Other (if any)
Do you believe a strategy to recognize „youth work” is being already adopted by your country?
If YES, please shortly define it in 4-5 lines maximum
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Do you believe that a certain strategy which recognizes „youth work” is already in place at European level?
If YES, please shortly define it in 4-5 lines maximum
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Finally, which recommendations would you like to share in order to support the recognition of youth work at national and EU level, with the final vision of gaining recognition and standardize the training and career path?
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