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Join the training “Increasing Your Positive Impact”!

You´re a perfect match for this training if:
☑ You work with young people (for example, at a youth association or a social enterprise),
☑ You would like to be more successful and create more impact,
☑ You are excited about dedicating 72 hours to develop your strategy and activities in social impact management while getting presentation opportunities and feedback.

The training will take place in Tallinn, Estonia, from 17th to 20th of March 2022. We start at 11.00 on 17.03 (Thursday) and finish around lunchtime on 20.03 (Sunday). The trainers are top experts and practitioners of youth work and social entrepreneurship in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, including Jaan Aps (LinkedIn profile).

APPLY HERE on this link. 

Deadline: 21st February 2022 at 23.59.

The training will give you access to tools that help you to plan and measure the positive changes in the lives of young people that you aim to create with your activities.

The training will be very practical and interactive: you can work with your own topics and get inspiration from other participants. And we will have fun too!

All the participation costs regarding travel, accommodation, meals (and travel insurance for international participants) will fully be covered by the organizers. Due to the current rules regarding the Covid-19 pandemic all participants need to have a full vaccination certificate unless the Government will change the rules.

You can get a preview of some of the training topics at the “Mõju juhtimise tööriistakast“. Its content is still being updated but it will give you some idea about what the focus will be!

If you have any questions, drop us a message:
• Estonia: jaan@storiesforimpact.com (Jaan Aps, Stories For Impact),
• Latvia: liva@sua.lv (Līva Švarce, Latvijas Sociālās uzņēmējdarbības asociācija),
• Lithuania: ruta@gerinorai.lt (Rūta Žulpaitė, Geri Norai LT).

APPLY HERE on this link. 

The project “BALTIC : YOUTH : IMPACT” and learning event “Increasing Your Positive Impact” is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.

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