Training Course 

Project Management Training


Dates: 8th – 16th of March 2015


Project Partners: 

- Center for Scientific and Cultural Initiatives PARNAS – Poland – host organization

- Zeleno Drustvo - Udruga za bolje sutra – Croatia

- Heraklion Youth Centre – Greece

- Kistarcsa Cultural Association – Hungary 

- Associazione Mosaico – Italy

- Citta di Torino – Italy

- Stowarzyszenie FRUGO – Poland

- Asociatia EuroDEMOS – Romania

- Asociatia Hermes Comunitas 2007 – Romania

- Mladinski Center Dravinjske doline – Slovenia

- Sistem ve Jenerasyon Dernegi – Turkey

- Karahuyuk Mahallesi Ilim Kultur ve Yardimlasma Dernegi – Turkey


The training course 'PMT – A Project Management Training" focuses on international project management, value of partnerships and participation of young people. It aims to support sustainable partnerships and high quality of international youth work in Europe. The idea of the project is a result of the consultations among the organizations who used to work with PARNAS in the past. The consultations indicated that there is a high need to learn how to manage international youth projects in the frames of new Erasmus+ programme, as well as to learn how to increase level of youth participation in such projects and how to ensure quality in partnerships. As a result of this consultations, PARNAS offered its partners network the following training course. 


Objectives of the training course are as follows:

- developing the competences of youth workers in international project management in the field of youth and in the framework of Erasmus+ Programme;

- developing competences on quality in international partnerships and youth participation in such partnerships;

- learning from already gained experience of successful youth projects on local and international level; 

- building  international partnerships and develop international youth projects in the frames of Erasmus+ Programme;


The main elements of the training course:

- providing a detailed overview of the Erasmus+ Programme, its priorities, actions and procedures;

- showing how to design projects based on the needs of specific target groups in Erasmus+ Programme;

- indicating how to ensure high level of participation of young people in Erasmus+ projects;

- providing information concerning partnership: how to manage communication, procedures, information, knowledge and sustainability in partnerships;

- developing interpersonal relations concerning leadership, decision making, team work and dealing with conflicts;

- sharing and exchanging good practices of international cooperation projects, partnerships, challenges and local youth work;

- providing information concerning financial management, financial rules of the Erasmus+ Programme and co-financing  opportunities;

- strengthening actions undertaking: building and strengthening partnerships and youth projects.

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