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<ul><li><p>International youth training </p><p>Motivation-De-motivation in Youth Work 6-13th October, 2013 Latvia </p><p>PROJECT DETAILS </p><p>NAME OF THE PROJECT Motivation-De-motivation in Youth Work </p><p>TYPE OF THE PROJECT Action 4.3 Training Course </p><p>SUMMARY OF THE PROJECT </p><p>-7 day training course project, organised by NGO Youth leaders coalition - resource center for anyone who is interested in the development of youth work in Latvia and abroad - supported by European Commission within Youth in Action Programme Action 4.3. - number of participants will be announced according to the number of partners </p><p>Participants Profile The participants are expected to be - beginners of youth work (under 2 years experience) - group leaders, youth workers, representatives of youth centers, youth clubs, school parliaments, members of youth councils and committees, </p><p>board and the members of youth NGO/Associations. - able to communicate in English - age 18-25 (exceptions possible) </p><p>What is the project about: </p><p>Motivation in youth work is one of the most important factors. It gives the answer to essential questions What moves youth initiatives? What moves youth to participate in local and international youth policy activities? Etc. During the training participants will be introduced with different motivation theories in order to develop their understanding of their own motivation factors in youth work, help to motivate the other young people and to develop their communication skills. Despite the fact, that de-motivation in youth work is not so much studied, it plays an increasing role in youth related processes. It is relevant to be aware, that elimination of de-motivational factors motivates involved persons, even without having any additional motivational factors. During the training participants will be also introduced with de-motivational theory in order to be aware of de-motivational factors in youth work and to develop the measures to decrease them. </p><p>Participation in the training will provide favorable environment for all participants to exchange their experience and will ensure them with useful knowledge and skills which will serve in their everyday life in the future. </p><p>The aim of the project: To provide and to develop participants' knowledge and understanding of the motivation and de-motivation theories and factors and how to use them in the youth work and everyday life. </p><p>Content of the training: </p><p>- What is motivation? What is de-motivation? Theories of motivation and de-motivation. Factors of motivation and de-motivation in the youth work. - Individual and group motivation for active participation. Individual motivational competences. - Tools to increase motivation and decrease de-motivation in youth work and active citizen participation. </p><p>__________________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>Contact person: Miss Linda Kalnina, project coordinator, E-mail: lindakalnina07@gmail.com , Mob.nr.: + 371 27723995 </p><p>mailto:lindakalnina07@gmail.com</p></li><li><p>Motivation- De-motivation in Youth Work 6-13th October, 2013 Latvia </p><p>Daily program: October 6 October 7 October 8 October 9 October 10 October 11 October 12 October 13 </p><p> Breakfast 8.00am </p><p>Morning session </p><p>9.00am </p><p>Arrival </p><p>Official opening </p><p>Program of TC / </p><p>Ice-breakings </p><p>Team building (Group dynamic development, trust </p><p>games) </p><p>Expectations of the participants (creative </p><p>individual work) </p><p>Introduction to the day </p><p>Motivation theories III-IV (brainstorming, role play) </p><p>Introduction to the day </p><p>De-motivation theory and factors </p><p>(presentations, group work) </p><p>Introduction to the day </p><p>Which individual competences help to </p><p>increase the motivation for active participation? </p><p>(brainstorming, presentations, discussions) </p><p>Introduction to the day </p><p>Motivation and de-motivation in the youth work by the </p><p>participants (experience exchange, </p><p>presentations) </p><p>Introduction to the day </p><p>From theory to practice </p><p>preparation of guidelines </p><p>Motivation De-motivation in youth work for the future </p><p>work of the participants II (Group </p><p>work) </p><p>Final evaluation of the training (individual, </p><p>group) </p><p>Self-assessment </p><p>and Youthpass </p><p>Lunch 13.00pm </p><p>Afternoon session 15.00pm </p><p>Arrival </p><p>Energizers* </p><p>Formal introduction to the topic (short presentation) </p><p>Motivation theories I II (presentations, group work) </p><p>How to increase the motivation of individual? ( </p><p>brainstorming, theatre methods) </p><p>How to increase the motivation of group? </p><p>(group work, presentations) </p><p>Mid-term evaluation (reflection in international </p><p>groups) </p><p>Variety of activities to decrease de-</p><p>motivation for active participation </p><p>(brainstorming, self-evaluation activity) </p><p>Who is responsible for motivation and de-</p><p>motivation? (Group work, brainstorming, simulation </p><p>game) </p><p>Mid-term evaluation (reflection in international </p><p>groups) </p><p>From theory to practice </p><p>preparation of guidelines </p><p>Motivation De-motivation in youth work for the future </p><p>work of the participants I (Group </p><p>work) </p><p>Presentation of guidelines </p><p>Motivation De-motivation in youth </p><p>work </p><p>Future cooperation under Youth in Action program </p><p>Departure </p><p> Dinner 19.00pm </p><p>Evening session 20.30pm </p><p>Non-formal intro night (Getting to know each </p><p>other games) </p><p>Intercultural night </p><p>Where Am I interactive game in the town (outdoor </p><p>activities) </p><p>Sauna party </p><p>Free night (with optional activities) </p><p>The Evening Star </p><p>See you soon party </p><p>*Between working sessions energizers and short coffee breaks will be organized. </p></li></ul>