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Study visit from Croatia

The youth information service “infoeuropa” of the Youth Council, part of the City Hall of Elche in collaboration with the “CINEZ” organization from Croatia organized a study visit in two of the Spanish Eurodesk infopoints, Elche and Alicante. The visit took place in Elche on 4th and 5th of December.

The main objective of this visit was to see and observe the working technique of the Youth Council´s professionals. Specifically, the manner in which they get in touch with the youngsters, the methods that they use, their experience in Eurodesk  and of course, their youth communication and social media skills, among others.

In order to fulfill this purpose, the two Eurodesk qualified multipliers José Manuel García (Elche) and Morana Rogic (Zadar), had the opportunity to participate at one informative speaking about the European mobility which was held at the IES Misteri d´Elx center, at the same time Morana made a presentation about the Croatian culture, the local situation and her organization.

Later on they had a visit at the Miguel Hernandez University in order to get to know the facilities of the Occupational Observatory and enlarge their vision on the case of the students who are about to finish their studies.

They also had the opportunity to have a meeting with the youth information center “Centro 14” from Alicante, which is in the Eurodesk network, and see their ongoing Erasmus projects. 

The study visit concluded into a reports sharing between the three Eurodesk infopoints Elche, Alicante and Zadar and a cultural visit in the historical center of Elche and its landmark, the Imperial Palm from “Huerto del Cura”. Along with a previous visit to the Santa Barbara castle and the main street of Alicante called Esplanada.

Written by Eurodesk Qualified Multiplier, Ayuntamiento de Elche. 

 

Published: Fri, 15/12/2017 - 14:03


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