1. Practical training experience (job shadowing)
This activity allows youth workers to acquire the skills for organizing a
transnational project by working in a partner organization for a limited
period of time.
2. Feasibility visits
These allow project managers to discuss a project idea before
submitting an application under Actions 1 or 2, and, where appropriate,
Action 3 (networking projects) and Action 5.
3. Contact-making seminars
These bring together potential partners for YOUTH projects.
4. Study visits
These provide an opportunity to learn about youth work provisions in other
These are a tool for the exchange of experience and good practice,
consultations or policy development etc. with regard to the YOUTH program
and youth policy.
6. Training courses
These help those involved in youth work and non-formal education to acquire
advanced skills and knowledge for their activities.
7. Youth information
This activity supports the production and dissemination of information and
training material relating to the YOUTH program.
8. Transnational partnerships and networks
Their objective is to create new networks under the YOUTH program.
9. Support for quality and innovation
This activity aims at involving young people with less opportunities in the
YOUTH program at national, regional and local levels.