The Erasmus+ Programme Guide is an integral part of the 2015 Erasmus+ Call for Proposals. Organisations and institutions seeking funding in the framework of this call must comply with the conditions for participation and funding expressed in this Guide. The document provides information on: the priorities of the programme; the actions supported; the funding available for different actions; detailed information on participation.
Erasmus+ 2015 User Guide Erasmus+ YCNI Summary Guide
Guide on How to Apply Erasmus+ 2015 Deadlines
APPLICATION EFORMS ARE NOW AVAILABLE
If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact:
Ecorys UK T: 0845 199 2929 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
British Council T: 0161 957 7755 E: email@example.com
MAPPING OF TRAINING
The Youth Work Training Board is currently seeking to map the range of accredited and non-accredited training programmes currently being delivered across the youth work sector in Northern Ireland.
Once completed, this work will help in the development of a coherent training route for the youth work sector and will also help to begin the process of recognising and valuing the wide range of non-accredited training that exists in the sector.
I would be grateful if you would complete the templates with all the training programmes currently offered by your organisation and send to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may be contacted in the near future to clarify some of the information supplied.
YWTB Qualifications Scoping Exercise
Appointment of 2 new members to the
Board of the
These short-term appointments have been made on an emergency basis to ensure that the YCNI continues to run smoothly until longer term arrangements can be put in place.
Ms June Trimble is from Donaghadee and has been Chief Executive of YouthAction since 2000. June was awarded an MBE in the 2005 New Year's Honours for services to young people here.
Ms Trimble is also a Trustee with the Irish Youth Foundation (UK), a member of the Ulster University Course Consultative Committee and the Youth Service Liaison Forum. She has not undertaken any political activity during the past five years.
Mr Hugh Campbell is from Belfast and is a senior lecturer in community youth work at the Ulster University. Mr Campbell is also involved in sports coaching and currently contributes to Campbell College Rugby, Armagh GAA and QUB sport.
Mr Campbell does not hold any other public appointment and has not undertaken any political activity during the past five years.
A FRAMEWORK FOR EFFECTIVE INTERVENTIONS is based on the learning from the Youth Works programme. It is a practical guide to the implementation of a personal and social development programme, rooted in a youth work approach, which has proven successful in identifying and engaging young people with the complex needs and issues.
Although the Youth Works programme was initially designed for work with young people not in education, training or employment, the Framework has been developed in such a way that it can be adapted and transferred to work with other young people experiencing compound difficulties and blockages to realising their potential.