The EU-CoE youth partnership online course on youth policy is now open for enrolment. Discover more below about what the course is about and join the course! Are you interested in joining the course? Click here to enrol. Enrolments are open from 18 September to early December.
The open online course will equip learners with the basic competences to engage in youth policy. Learners will learn about the essential elements of youth policy, the steps of youth policy (development, delivery, evaluation), its impact in the lives of young people, and they will reflect on their future steps in youth policy.
The course will make use extensively of the knowledge and materials developed by the partnership between the Council of Europe and the European Commission in the field of youth and from examples at the global, regional and national level. It will offer an overview of the main elements, standards, issues and challenges of youth policy today. The course will also provide chances for participants to learn from their own practice.
The course is open and free for anyone interested. We encourage in particular youth policy makers from different levels, youth workers and youth leaders, youth NGOs and youth researchers to join the course.
The course will start on 30 October 2017, and has a duration of 6 weeks. Interested learners can enroll in the course starting from 18 September.