TOSCA: Training and Support for Organisations in the European Solidarity Corps

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Introduction

The European Solidarity Corps (ESC) is a program that aims to promote solidarity and volunteering in Europe. It offers young people the opportunity to volunteer or work on projects that benefit communities across the continent. To ensure the quality and impact of these projects, the ESC has launched TOSCA, a training course for organisations actively participating in volunteering actions. This article will provide an overview of TOSCA and its objectives and benefits.

Overview of the TOSCA Training Course

TOSCA is a training course designed for organisations actively participating in volunteering actions of the European Solidarity Corps. The course is recommended for: 

  • youth workers; 
  • trainers; 
  • youth leaders; 
  • youth project managers; 
  • and volunteering mentors;

The training course aims to build the capacities of organisations involved in the European Solidarity Corps to design and implement projects with a view to quality. It fosters understanding, awareness, and commitment to the core quality criteria of the program. It provides clarity and support on how the program works formally and offers a space for participants to express their burning issues and needs.

When and Where TOSCA will take place

TOSCA will take place from 24-28 April 2023 in Kavala, Greece. Before the residential training course, there is a mandatory online preparatory phase from 03-17 April 2023, which includes an online meeting on 11th April (16:00-17:00 CET).

To make sure you’ll not miss this opportunity, apply by 12th of March 2023!

Conclusion

The TOSCA training course is a unique opportunity for organisations actively participating in volunteering actions of the European Solidarity Corps. It provides essential knowledge, skills, and tools to design and implement high-quality projects that make a real impact in the communities they serve. By participating in the course, you can increase your capacity and gain a better understanding of the core quality criteria of the program. So, if you’re an organisation that is committed to promoting solidarity and volunteering in Europe, sign up for TOSCA today and make a difference in your community!

 

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