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1) What are the ‘life skills’?

These are skills essential for life, depending on such factors as age and life situation. Little children need skills different from the young people aged between 14-29 years. Life skills help people to build their adult lives, find a job or start a business, as well as to be able to feel oneself the part of society. For instance, the ability to make decisions, interact with other people, negotiate and build a budget. These skills are helpful in getting a job or in participation in community affairs.

These skills help people to be efficient and productive in an everyday life, adapting to its requirements and changes.

2) What does the training include?

The training program covers three phases:

Phase I – four-days training on life skills and project management skills. You will know yourself and your strengths better, and find out the ways to grow personally and improve Your community. You will also develop team spirit, finance management as well as project management.

Phase II – training “through action” – meeting with mentors during 6 months. Sessions include filling a workbook for practicing on gaining professional goals or project objectives.

Phase III – an additional four-days training on life skills and project sustainability. You will gain analytical and planning skills, project evaluation skills and ideas on how to grow personally and develop your project.

3) How to take a training?

In order to take a training, you should register via your personal account and fill in the questionnaire about your skills. Detailed information on the place and other issues regarding the training shall be available on your personal accounts and on the Project website.

4) If I took a training during 1 (2, 3 days) day out of 4 days, will my training be deemed complete?

The training is deemed complete if participant took a training of no less than 3 days out of 4 days. In case of the absence on any day, but for a valid reason (supporting document is required), the participant will have to take the whole training course again online and pass a test (the passing score is 80%). In case of disability, precluding from taking part in the training, taking an online course is mandatory.

5) When will the training take place?

The first training shall take place in the beginning of the project - in mid June 2019,

the second training will be held by the end of projects implementation - late November 2019.

6) Where will the trainings take place?

Trainings shall be held in regional centres/towns of the maximum proximity to locations of the young participants. Transportation, accommodation and food expenses of the participants from other towns shall be covered by the Project.


7) Who leads the training course?

The trainings are led by mentors, who were previously selected and trained, and based on the test of their personal skills, have been admitted to hold trainings.


8) Will I receive a certificate?

Certificates are given to those participants, who complete the full training course and meet all the agreement terms and conditions.

9) I don’t want to take the training

The training is mandatory in order to participate in the program. You will have to take trainings and meet the mentor monthly. 

10) I cannot take trainings due to valid reasons

If you have health restrictions or any other valid reasons allowing you to omit trainings, you should provide supporting documents in your personal account and mention it upon training registration (if the problem occurred during training, the supporting document should be provided right at the completion of the training course).

In case your absence on trainings does not bear valid reasons, you will have to take an online training course and pass all the home tasks and pass the final test (the passing score is 80%). The decision about allocation of a stipend will be taken only after the completion of the online course.

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