Category Archives: Training Course

Sport for Sustainable Development: Seminar in Bansko

SSD Logo OFFSport for Sustainable Development is a two-stage international Erasmus+ project, coordinated by Champions Factory LTD UK, that aims to gather 30 young people from 9 countries (United Kingdom, Romania, Lithuania, Italy, Spain, Bulgaria, Poland, Slovakia and Croatia) in order to develop their skills on how to use sport as a tool for sustainable development. Youth workers will be involved and empowered to bring out the potential of the youngsters they work with and learn how to use sport and act as multipliers. Continue reading…

Let’s Animate: Redesign Youth Work Through Animation!

LogoBabilon Travel NGO’s brand new project started on April 2nd, 2017.

The main activity consists of a training course that will take place, in Bucharest, Romania, between 9-18 of June, 2017.

It will bring together 24 participants (aged 18+) from across Europe and has been designed for young people and people who work with young people. This could include youth workers, youth leaders, educators, trainers and NGO volunteers who would like to expand their knowledge in the field of animation and to boost their digital skills. Continue reading…

Effective Multicultural Team: Coming soon in Turkey

AkcakocaThe same location, Akcakoca/Turkey, but a completly diffrent project, Effective Multicultural Team, for which Babilon Travel NGO is acting as sending organisation.

After the suucess of the project Let’s Hug Each Other, that took place also in Akcakoca, our organisation decided to send 3 Romanian participants to the Erasmus+ project Effective Multicultural Team, that will take place between August 26 and September 3, 2016.

There will be 33 participants, age 18+, from seven EU countries: Latvia, Greece, Romania, Turkey, Sweden, Estonia, Macedonia.

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Let’s Hug Each Other – Training Course in Turkey

AkcakocaThe next training course, for which Babilon Travel NGO is sending participants, is “Let’s hug each other” and will take place in Akcakoca, Turkey, between August 1-7, 2016.

It will bring together 35 youth workers, youth leaders and volunteers from 7 European countries: Turkey, Bulgaria, FYROM, Greece, Italy, Portugal and Romania.

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Recognition of Non-Formal Education – Training Course in Weimar

17European youth workers need to be given the possibility to share best practices on the recognition of non-formal education. Therefore the training course “Recognition of Non-Formal Education”, held in Weimar/Germany, between October 10-16, 2014, focused on the exchange of tools and instruments used in different European countries, to further develop a common strategy to be implemented on the local, national and European level. View the album…

Appetizer: Seminar in Turkey

13The name of this seminar represents the entire idea – to motivate (“appetite”) people to expand their activities internationally! The idea for ‘Appetiser’ was born in 2004, where the need for new beneficiaries in the EU “Youth” programme (now ‘Youth in Action’, soon ‘Erasmus+ | Youth in Action’) was expressed. We thought that there are many youth leaders and youth workers around Europe, who organise great activities for young people in their town or in their country, but they do not spread their ideas at European level. Thus “Appetiser” is nothing more than a space for these people to meet, share their experiences, gain knowledge and confidence to organise international projects. View the album…

Reflective Practices: The Training in Pictures

This course took place in Burnley/UK, between 9-16 March, 2014. It was designed to explore the theory of reflective practice in youth work from an UK perspective. The UK has over 60 years history of professional youth work which this course intended and succeeded to highlight. This course was open to 30 participants based in Estonia, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Turkey and the UK. See the pictures…

Reflective Practices: Training course in UK

This course, taking place in Burnley/UK, between 9-16 March, 2014, aims to explore the theory of reflective practice in youth work from a UK perspective. The UK has over 60 years history of professional youth work which this course plans to highlight and demonstrate how this came to be. This course is open to participants based in Estonia, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Turkey and the UK. Read more…