Noored Ühiskonna Heaks (NYH) is promoting a call for participants for a Training Course called Get Active to Get Healthywhich will take place in 05th until 13thNovember 2014 in Poronin, Poland.

GET ACTIVE TO GET HEALTHY is an international training course for youth workers, facilitators who on daily bases work with youngsters trying to encourage them to take an active way of spending free time with benefits for health. Many of young people working at desk for eight hours a day working in from of the computer and then go home and head for couch to surf the Internet, watching TV or playing computer games.
Research indicates that the amount of leisure time spent sitting in the front of a screen can have such an overwhelming, seemingly irreparable impact on health. We want to offer, exchange and develop tools to encourage youngster to do physical activity which produce much more benefit. Main goal of our project is to promote healthy lifestyle, pro-health prevention and healthy eating. We will try to show alternative options of leisure and changing sedentary activities to active leisure.
During the training people will get to know each other, break stereotype and gain knowledge about national traditions and culture other country. This project will be also a good possibility to development knowledge in new EU program Erasmus + which European Union offered to young people who dream about better self-development and healthy life style.

This event will bring together 24 participants from Estonia, Czech Republic, Poland, Turkey, Italy, Bulgaria, Germany and Latvia. The event will be held in English. There are 3 vacancies available and participants should have minimum 18 years old.

The Erasmus + Programme will cover 100% of the accommodation, food and activities and will reimburse 100% of the travel costs for the participants (up to 275 euros). There will be a participation fee of 40 Eur. per participant.

All the interested people should fill the application form below. The application form must be sent to

Application deadline: 30th September 2014