A large proportion of youth workers need to learn how to use digital technology to carry out their youth work, from providing educational and cultural opportunities through courses and workshops, creating promotional materials to reach a specific target group, to increasing their visibility through the use of the appropriate digital devices and applications.
U Thrive Europe from Belgium and Bal Petegi from Turkey organised a training course to answer this need.
Malmö Ideella had the pleasure to be part of “Youth Workers 2.0” training activity between 19-26 November 2022 in Silivri, Istanbul.
In this Erasmus+ training course project, we held workshops with 32 participants from 8 different countries and developed materials that can support digital technology.
As a result of the project, the following skills were developed among the participants: use of digital media and digital design, effective integration of technology in curriculum development, use of new media tools and multimedia in the design of training activities.
The participants developed 6 activities as a result of the training course through which they integrated technology into youth work and thus they designed brand new innovative learning activities for young people.