KA210-YOU - Small-Scale Partnerships in Youth
In order for young people to develop key competences properly, they need interpersonal skills. Interpersonal skills are social skills that we use in our relations with other people in order to: achieve the expected effectiveness or initiate and maintain positive relations with other people (approach related to the need for approval and acceptance). They are a key component of professional competences, which help a young person to find their way in the labour market and an organisation to gain and maintain a competitive advantage. It is also important to find a way to express emotions, and in this respect we would like to propose art.
Partners Involved in the Project:
Foundation for Education - SMART (Poland)
The 8 Training Institute (The Netherlands)
Gaining experience in the field of international cooperation in the youth sector by two institutions, not yet having experience in this field.
Developing methods of working with young people in the field of improving soft skills, especially in the field of interpersonal communication.
Provide the youth workers of the two organisations with an opportunity to exchange ideas and resources in order to create a "resource centre" for training young people.
Building a network of international cooperation.