Training Courses

Rock Solid Soft Skills Training

27 April - 3 May


6 - 12 May

Ministry for the future

20 - 29 May

I Have A Dream

21 - 28 May

Food is nutrition, that's it!

10 - 19 June

European Future

20 - 28 June

Peers for equality

21 - 30 June


23 - 30 June

Harmony Builders

21 - 29 August
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Joining a project is easy and straightforward. Just complete the application form for your preferred project, and allow us some time to process it. We carefully assess each youth exchange application we receive. Once accepted, you’ll receive an invitation to participate. Don’t worry if your first choice is unavailable; we’ll offer you alternative training course options. 

Enhance Your Skills with Erasmus+ Training Courses Abroad! Erasmus+ empowers youth workers through training, study visits and various events. Join Erasmus+ to advance your professional journey and gain invaluable international experience! Let’s gain some new skills together.


It includes the safe, critical and responsible use of digital technologies and their use for learning, work and participation in society. At the same time, it emphasises information and data literacy, media literacy through digital content creation (including programming), security (including digital well-being and all cybersecurity skills), intellectual property issues, problem solving and critical thinking.

Green skills are nowadays key competences towards a low-carbon transition, which can be general such as sustainable agriculture, soil protection, energy use and waste reduction or more technical such as knowledge of renewable energy.

Each participant in Erasmus+ projects can use low-emission means of transport for most of the journey such as buses or trains

In all youth mobility projects (especially Youth Exchanges), a group leader is an adult of at least 18 years of age who joins the young participants of the Youth Exchange in order to ensure their effective learning (Youthpass), protection and safety.

This type of learning is derived from everyday activities and experiences that are not organised or structured in terms of objectives, time or learning support.

This is a type of learning that takes place through planned learning activities in which some form of learning support is present but which is not part of the formal education and training system.

A partner organisation is an organisation formally involved in the project (co-beneficiaries) but it doesn’t take the role of coordinator.

A individual who is fully involved in a project and it may receive European Union funding to cover the costs of participation (especially travel and subsistence).

A person with fewer opportunities is defined as a person who, for economic, social, cultural, geographical or health reasons, or because of a migratory background, or for reasons such as disability or educational difficulties, including those which may give rise to discrimination within the meaning of Article 21 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, faces obstacles which prevent him/her from having effective access to all opportunities made available by the Erasmus+ programme.

It may be an organisation or an informal group of young people involved in an Erasmus+ project as coordinator or partner.

A partner organisation is an organisation formally involved in the project (co-beneficiaries) but it doesn’t take the role of coordinator.

Before each Youth Exchange and Training Course, it is essential to carry out a APV: this consists of a visit to the country of the receiving organisation before the start of the mobility activities in order to prepare and ensure a high quality of the activities. Examples include facilitating administrative arrangements and building trust and understanding between the organisations involved.

In all Erasmus+ programmes, young people are people between the ages of 13 and 30.

It is the European tool to improve the recognition of the learning outcomes of young people and youth workers resulting from their participation in Erasmus+ projects. Youthpass consists of certificates attesting participation in different actions of the Programme and a defined process that supports young people, youth workers and youth organisations to reflect on the learning outcomes of an Erasmus+ project in the field of youth and non-formal learning. For this reason, Youthpass is part of a broader strategy of the European Commission to improve the recognition of non-formal and informal learning in youth work in Europe.

A youth Worker is a professional or volunteer who is involved in non-formal learning by supporting young people in their personal, socio-educational and professional development.