Youth Eco




Development of a User Scrutiny Panel This will consist of 30 youth workers, marginalised youth and green sector experts from all partner countries. They will be actively involved in evaluating all the project results to ensure a participatory action approach in all our activities and to apply the aspect of co-creation

Development of YOUTHECO Training Course for youth workers A theoretical and competence framework of the Course will be developed which will then inform the learning curriculum, and its learning objectives using the EQF and ECVET tools and methodologies. The Training Course (7 modules) will be based on the ECVET framework with specific units, descriptions of learning outcomes and information about the level of qualifications, and ECVET points.

Language adaptations and localisation Partners will translate the course in native language

Open Resource eToolbox for NEETs and young women An Open Resource eToolbox (60 resources) will be developed for NEETs and young women and include best practices, real-life case studies, interactive multimedia, mini games’ narratives, visuals, videos, eBooks. Partners will translate the toolbox in native languages

Piloting and Fine-Tuning Partners will pilot-test the Training Package with User Scrutiny Panel, online, and deliver national pilot reports. FOEM will develop one Final Pilot Report containing feedback from all pilots, involving a total of 50 youth workers and trainers, and green sector professionals.

Hybrid capacity-building of youth workers Capacity building sessions will be carried out nationally with 12 youth workers on the YOUTHECO Training Package and the online platform. Participants will receive Youthpass and become YOUTHECO Ambassadors. Sessions will be evaluated regarding quality criteria.


Development of Instructional design templates WP3 Lead will develop instructional design templates, a common template that will make possible the smooth conversion of the Training Course and Toolbox into an online format.

Digitalisation of YOUTHECO Training Package WP3Lead will then digitalise the training package for full adaptation in the virtual environment.

Online platform development The YOUTHECO platform will be developed into a virtual learning environment where users will be find the training package and the accompanying learning resources created in WP2 in an online format via a Learning Management System (LMS) (i.e. Moodle- freely available at It will be fully web 2.0 compliant and include all the standard and expected social media features. All the platform’s materials will be made freely available online through a Creative Commons Licence, ensuring that a wider pool of learners can benefit and that the impact is amplified. The platform will be designed so that learners can be given flexible learning pathways involving activities, mini games, assessment tools to evaluate their performance and communicate with other learners and instructors. The Online Platform will be featured on the project website (to be developed as part of WP5). A Green sector eDatabase will be created on the Platform, which will allow green sector organisations to register their profiles and offer work shadowing opportunities for young people wishing to enter their particular field of work.

Language adaptations Partners will prepare the translations of the online deliverables in their native languages.

Functional (Technical) & User Testing and Delivery Finally, partners will engage in online user-testing with the User Scrutiny panel


YOUTHECO Workshops led by youth workers with NEETs and young women The workshops will be carried out by the trained youth workers with 180 NEETs and young women and evaluated by the participants, to ensure quality standards are adhered to. The workshops will serve as a preparatory training ground for the young people before being offered work shadowing placements. Youth workers will inform youth about the reinforced mentorship support for those that may not feel ready to take part in the work shadowing placements independently.

Work shadowing Methodology & Placements A work shadowing methodology will be developed including the aims, learning outcomes, procedure, success indicators and evaluations. For the roll-out of the placements partners will connect NEETs and young women involved in the workshops, with green sector organisations/companies registered on the green sector eDatabase. An informal 2-week work shadowing placement will be arranged with the scope to offer NEETs with skills highly sought after by potential employers (i.e. green sector task management, work environment, interpersonal skills, and workplace learning skills). There will also be provision of support via reinforced mentorship for youth that may need more frequent supervision, and more time to fulfil the work[1]related tasks.

Transnational Virtual Dialogue Roundtables The two roundtables, will involve 40 participants including green sector organisations, youth professionals, and NEETs and young women (involved in the work-shadowing placements) to discuss practice and policy recommendations. The discussions will be recorded for shaping a practice and policy guide.

Co-created Practice & Policy Recommendations guide will be developed based on input of all groups in the roundtables, thus creating a user-led, and co-created guide for greater impact and sustainability of project.


The Plan will include KPIs for dissemination and dissemination log templates. It will provide an efficient dissemination strategy that will be followed by all partners, as well as the sustainability and exploitation potentials.

The project’s visual identity (i.e. logo, disclaimer, funding agency) will be used on the project’s templates. The Dissemination Kit will include the project’s leaflet, newsletters, press releases (using interactive digital tools- The project website will be developed (including domain reservation and hosting) and regularly updated.

The project will have 2 online social media pages (i.e. Facebook, Tik-Tok), with 200 followers each. The Social media campaign will involve ‘Influencers’ who will promote the project’s tools, resources and activities and reach more than 150,000 people across the EU.

Partners will complete a dissemination report every 6 months which RESET will use to evaluate the impact of the strategy and to identify additional/supplementary dissemination activities that could help to achieve a greater impact or reach a wider audience in each country.

3 video stories per partner country including digital storytelling from project’s target groups who participated in project. These will be featured as part of the social media campaign.

A local one-day hybrid event to showcase the project’s main results, methodologies, and training resources.Participants will provide feedback via an electronic form. 50 people will attend the Local Awareness Actions in each partner country.

This will take place in hybrid format (virtually and in Germany where all project results will be presented along with project videos, reaching 100 participants

“Eco-entrepreneurship and development of Green sector skills for inclusive Employment of NEETs and women. A project funded by Erasmus +”

Jane Miller


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