Course Content
First things first
Welcome to the first lesson of our journey to becoming a superleader of youth exchanges. In this lesson, we will explore the foundational concept of youth exchanges. You'll gain a clear understanding of what youth exchanges are, their goals and benefits, and how they stand out from other types of educational travel. By the end of this lesson, you'll have a solid grasp of why youth exchanges are such powerful experiences for young people and communities alike.
Being a group leader 101
About Lesson

One of the key pillars of Erasmus+ projects is to share one’s experience so as to reach out to other young people who are not aware of the possibilities the program offers. The ways of sharing depend on the type of project and the association involved but may include: sharing content online, organizing small events where people talk about the project, writing testimonial articles, etc…

It is good practice for not only the leader to take charge of this part, but to be able to involve other participants. For example, partner associations often ask participants to write a testimonial article about their experience: the leader could act as a facilitator by promoting the writing of a text in which all participants can express themselves and tell about their experience.