Partner organization from Azerbaijan: “Common Sense” Youth Organization
Participants per country: 3 participants from Azerbaijan
Erasmus+ 2 stage TC –
- 1st stage in Košice, Slovakia on December 4 – 12 2023,
- 2nd stage in Kobuleti, Georgia on March 29 – April 6, 2024.
The participants are required to attend both stages. Please check your schedule for 2024 as well and apply in accordance with your availability!
Deadline – 11.11.2023 (Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted by email)
Transport cost for Azerbaijan – 360 Euro (this cost is considered to be spent for economical and environmental tickets. It is not for personal use!)
NOTE: 100% of the accommodation, food and transportation during the project will be covered with the support of Erasmus+.
How to apply: Please read all information before completing the application.
Please read more about the project in the info pack.
The project Mental Tools for Mental Health aims to improve the competencies of youth leaders and youth workers in Self-awareness and Coaching methods as non-formal education methods to increase mental health and well-being, as well as social dialogue and a sense of belonging among youth.
Self-awareness is a strong pathway towards greater self-regulation, inner peace and a sense of belonging. It includes a wide variety of methods and tools, which can be applied in youth work and non-formal education. Moreover, its tools can be applied in community-building processes and social dialogue among youth.
Coaching is a relatively new element in supporting youth work. These training courses have been developed with the aim of offering practical support for youth leaders and youth workers who are actively supporting different Youth Initiatives in their communities.
The Project as a whole aims to empower youth leaders and youth workers’ personal development and Leadership capacity by fostering their skills for self-reflection and self-awareness.
– Youth workers, youth leaders and people active in the field of youth and who are over 18 years old;
– Young people who have experience in the field of mental health.