Exploring Erasmus+: Youth in Action: The impact of the programme on youth workers’ competences
Transnational analysis of module (A): Self-perceived competence development of project participants (youth workers/youth leaders)
Erasmus+: Youth in Action is part of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union in support of European youth projects. The research project on Competence Development and Capacity Building in Erasmus+: Youth in Action (RAY-CAP) is conducted in the framework of Research-based Analysis of Erasmus+: Youth in Action (RAY) by currently 16 partners* of the RAY Network, which includes the National Agencies of Erasmus+: Youth in Action and their research partners.
This study contains the transnational analysis of the results from interviews conducted in 12 of the 16 RAY-CAP partner countries between November 2015 and January 2017 with participants of Erasmus+: Youth in Action projects aimed at competence development and capacity building.
The study was designed and implemented by the Institute of Educational Science at the University of Innsbruck and the Generation and Educational Science Institute in Austria in cooperation with the RAYCAP partners.
The full analysis can be found here
Transnational analysis of module (A) and module (B): Competence development of project participants (youth workers / youth leaders) can be found here and executive summary regarding the Estonian results can be found from the report, at page 232.
Information originates from http://www.researchyouth.eu