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GenY/Z-SCOODLE’s final conference coming on February 3, in Athens

GenY/Z-SCOODLE’s final conference coming on February 3, in Athens

On the 3rd of February 2023, KMOP will join the other 6 European organisations participating in the Erasmus+ project GenY/Z-SCOODLE for its final conference taking place in Athens, Greece. The conference titled “Second Chance Learning: supporting the social engagement of European Youth” will be held at the Ionic Centre (11 Lysiou str., Plaka), with the aim to present and discuss the results that have been achieved. It will be hosted by Amazing Youth.


During the project’s lifetime, we built, piloted and validated sustainable solutions in order to upgrade the capacity of youth professionals and eventually youth organisations, addressing the lower range of Generation Y (aged 25-29) and the upper one of Generation Z, through European state-of-the-art second chance education (SCE) methods and practices.


Our objectives were to enhance and recognise the professional development of youth workers, to facilitate engagement and equity in learning by validating high-quality tools and resources, and to establish a European community and learning hub for youth professionals.


What we achieved?


We developed the following tools:

  • The “Youth SCE Tutor Competence Framework” to strengthen the professional awareness and identity of youth stakeholders by identifying and recognizing the areas competence (knowledge, skills & attitudes) that underpin the youth professional’s diverse and multifaceted role.
  • The “GEN Y/Z – SCOODLE Transferability Toolkit” embedding terms of quality reference to the “Youth SCE Tutor Competence Framework”.
  • The “Youth SCE Accreditation Scheme”, the learning design of the “Youth SCE Tutor Competence Development Courseware”, coupled with the “Youth SCE Tutor Courseware Quality Framework”.


The conference will give us the opportunity to reflect on these solutions and their sustainability.


You can see the agenda and more information about the conference HERE.

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