Call for a Facilitator and a Digital Facilitator

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6 online information sessions
for the network of SALTO-Youth Resource Centres

1st-24th June 2021

The network of SALTO-Youth Resource Centres is developing a series of six online information sessions to present and discuss the network ́s work topics and strategies in connection to the 2021-2027 generation of the European youth programmes.

They are looking for a Facilitator and a Digital Facilitator to assist the Facilitator (whose call for happens through a separate advertising) with technical support. The work refers to the 6 online information sessions running from June 1st to June 26th.

Online Information Sessions

The Facilitator will:

  • highlight the relevant elements of the Erasmus+ Youth and European Solidarity Corps programmes
  • present the mandate, work topics and strategies of the resource centres in connection to the
    programmes
  • bring SALTO Resource Centres closer to the people we work for & with.

The Digital Facilitator will help out with technical support during the series, that aim to:

  • highlight the relevant elements of the Erasmus+ Youth and European Solidarity Corps programmes;
  • present the mandate, work topics and strategies of the resource centres in connection to the programmes;
  • bring SALTO Resource Centres closer to the people we work for & with.

Each session lasts 1.5 to 2 hours. Following the full schedule of the events.

Schedule

1st June 20212 pm (CET)Youth participation – SALTO Participation & Information
2nd June 20212 pm (CET)Cooperation with the partner countries – SALTO Eastern Europe and Caucasus; SALTO Euromed & SALTO Southeast Europe
10th June 2021 2 pm (CET)Youthpass & recognition of non-formal and informal learning – SALTO Training & Cooperation
15th June 20212 pm (CET)Solidarity – European Solidarity Corps Resource Centre
17th June 20212 pm (CET)Inclusion & Diversity – SALTO Inclusion & Diversity
24th June 20212 pm (CET)European Training Strategy (ETS) – SALTO Training & Cooperation

Although the focus of each session will be on a particular working topic of a specific Resource Centre, complementing and connecting elements across the sessions (such as in visual elements, session design and flow) will be sought.

Even though the sessions will be mainly informative, interactive elements should be incorporated in the design (such as collecting feedback of the participants, Q&A, immediate reactions and comments on the topic, etc.).

Tasks of the Facilitator

The specific tasks of the facilitator will be to:

  • Develop the concept and the content of the information sessions together with the team(s) (composed of representatives of the Resource Centres)*;
  • Implement the session;
  • Evaluate the sessions and write the report.

Tasks of the Digital Facilitator

The specific tasks of the digital facilitator will be to:

  • Participate in the relevant preparation meetings with the team (composed of the facilitator and the representatives of the Resource Centres)*;
  • Supporting the preparation team by suggesting fitting digital tools for the session;
  • Management of the online platform for the event and other digital tools as relevant;
  • Management of social media live streaming (via Facebook);
  • Recording and editing the sessions, including adding intro & outro slides, logos and presenter information (name & role) to the video recordings;
  • Contribution to reporting (i.e. digital harvesting of chat history and digital tools).

The initial preparation work may include meetings with the representatives of all the centres. After reaching general agreements on the main ideas, elements and format of the series, a specific preparation work for each seminar will be done with the individual Resource Centres working on the specific topic. The preparation meetings will take place in May and June 2021.

Facilitator Profile

  • Knowledge and experience in designing international activities, according to non-formal
  • learning principles;
  • Experience in facilitating groups and discussions online, and the ability to develop engaging
  • online formats;
  • Knowledge of the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes;
  • Knowledge of the working topics of the Resource Centres and experience in working with the
  • SALTO-Youth Resource Centres is an asset.

Digital Facilitator Profile

  • Knowledge and experience in designing online activities, according to non-formal learning principles;
  • Experience in facilitating groups online;
  • Knowledge and experience with digital tools;
  • Knowledge of the working topics of the Resource Centres and experience in working with the SALTO-Youth Resource Centres is an asset.

Working Conditions

The facilitators will be contracted for 320€/working days for 7 working days.
The facilitator will be working with a digital facilitator and a graphic recorder during the events. The digital facilitator will be working with a content-related facilitator and digital recorder.

Application and Selection Process

Interested candidates* are invited to send their application (that includes: relevant experiences, – where relevant – link to their TOY, LinkedIn or other online profiles and other relevant documents and/or information) to [email protected] with the subject line “SALTO sessions” by April 25, 2021.
You can contact Eda Bakır at [email protected] for any questions regarding this call. The candidates will be informed of the selection results by April 30, 2021.

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