Training a Poznan: ‘Building Resilience and Managing Stress’

Training a Poznan: ‘Building Resilience and Managing Stress’

Busquem dues participants pel training “Empowering Youth Workers: Building Resilience and ManagingStress” que tindrà lloc a Poznan, Polònia, del 22 al 29 de febrer

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Our objectives with this seminar

We invite you to stop for a moment and dedicate time to your capacity and well-being as a youth worker, leader, peace activist and volunteer! Give yourself a New Year present and join our one-week training course “Empowering Youth Workers: Building Resilience and ManagingStress”!

At the training course, you will:
– enlarge your knowledge about mental health and well-being and which factors influence it;
– become more aware and able to use various tools and mechanisms for sustaining own and young people’s well-being;
– gain knowledge and practical tools to deal with stress and uncertainties in the new reality;
– acquire skills to boost own well-being and happiness;
– develop confidence to apply mindfulness in daily work;
– exchange ideas, good practices, inspirations, and share resources;
– plan a follow-up action to take place in your local community upon the course completion.

The training course is a part of the “Stop. Reflect. Do Better” project implemented in 2023-2024 by Stowarzyszenie Jeden Świat – SCI Poland and co-funded by the European Union.

For whom?

Our ideal course participants are youth workers, peace activists, leaders, coordinators and volunteers with an interest in the topic of well-being and its applications in their work within non-governmental organisations and with young people. The most important for us is your motivation and willingness to explore, learn, and apply the ideas in your daily professional work.

There are a few formal requirements you need to meet to join the training course:
1. You need to be a resident of one of the 10 project countries mentioned on the cover page.
2. You must be able to communicate in English (the working language of the course).
3. You must be at least 18 years of age.
4. You need to attend the whole course duration (there is no possibility of making exceptions).
5. You commit yourself to organising a follow-up action in your local community/country upon the course completion (it can be e.g. a workshop, webinar, training, or other educational activity).

We explicitly encourage participants of all genders, abilities, and ethnic backgrounds to apply!


When: 22nd – 29th of February
Where: Poznan, Poland
Deadline to apply: as soon as possible!
Interested? Send an email to now!