Name of the project: Digital Competences – key for youth employment Youth Exchange
Date: 29.11 – 05.12.2019
City/Country: Lyaskovets, Bulgaria
What was the main topic of the event?
Carol Väljaots: Digital competences
Laura Vilumets: Digital competences
Alex Hiis: What are digital competences, password/web security, coding and coding languages.
Mariliis Ehrenpreis: Digital competences, why these are important, why should young people develop digital skills and how to do it.
Isabel Mündel: Digital competences
Anett Rajasalu: Digital competences
What was the biggest learning moments on the event for you?
Carol Väljaots: For me it was definitely teaching methods. I would like to be a trainer myself one day and I really loved how our trainer planned every activity.
Laura Vilumets: I think everything we did taught me something.
Alex Hiis: I learned some web plug ins for safer browsing. I learned that most people don’t use password generators to make secure passwords.
Mariliis Ehrenpreis: I was afraid to speak English, but I am very social type of person and I had to get overcome that fear.
Isabel Mündel: All the digital world and its importance in getting a job
Anett Rajasalu: That I had the ability to communicate with other participants and I learned a lot of new skills about digital competences
Do you have any plans to continue active in the field? If yes, what?
Carol Väljaots: Yes! I am already working on digital competences every day and I learned a lot about different programms, plugins, tricks and tips. And about Erasmus – I will definitely continue with this aswell because once you´re in Erasmus you will never leave Erasmus.
Laura Vilumets: Yes. Participating in more projects.
Alex Hiis: I would like to participate in future Erasmus+ projects if the topic interests me.
Mariliis Ehrenpreis: Yes, it was very developing and fun experience for me and I want take part another Erasmus projects.
Isabel Mündel: Yes, maybe taking part of another project
Anett Rajasalu: Yes, i want to participate in other projects to get more experiences and knowledge
Would you recommend it to your friends? I yes, why? If not, why not?
Carol Väljaots: I would! It will get you out of the comfort zone and engourage you to communicate with people all around the world. On every Erasmus project you learn so much – no matter the topic.
Laura Vilumets: Yes, because you gain so much experience and new friends.
Alex Hiis: Yes I would. It’s a great way to perspective how other people are living in their countries. Gives you new connections, some new ideas in life. Also you can teacher others or just talk about something you are good at and maybe that inspires others.
Mariliis Ehrenpreis: Yes, and i already recommended to my friends take part Erasmus projects and to follow the Noored Ühiskonna Heaks instagram page. It is opportunity to study very different things and skills only for one week and it is very fun and emotional experience.
Isabel Mündel: Yes, so much new knowledge, experiences and friends.
Anett Rajasalu: Of course, i really love the experience and vibe what I got there
More comments or anything else you would like to share? You can add here in your own language, if you want!
Alex Hiis: I receive 3 new great friends which I’m really happy about and a bunch of portuguese words.
This Project was financed by European Commission’s Erasmus + Programme