Courses / Trainings


These trainings are in English

EUROPANET Association has developed a number of exciting educational training courses based on implemented international projects that have been realized in years of activities. These Training courses are specially design for 5 days of work; in which theory is complete it by practice in an easy, funny, interesting way of working, having on the base the principle of “learning by doing”. Within the framework of the KA1 of the new Erasmus+ Programme, we are glad to offer your staff the following training courses, realized in Romania and Germany.

Learning by doing ERASMUS+ (2014 – 2020)

Funding, project application, project cycle management in KA1, KA1, KA3)

Course dates:
Germany, Koblenz: 8 – 14 May 2016
Germany, Koblenz: 4 – 10 September 2016

More info: download file here

ABC p.m.

Social-Cultural Project Management ABC steps)

Course dates:
Germany, Koblenz: 22 – 28 May 2016
Romania, Iasi: 10 – 16 July 2016
Germany, Koblenz: 21 – 27 August 2016

More info: download file here

The Power of Non-formal

What exercise? When? For what? With who? With what aim? From practice to theory of non-formal

Course dates
Germany, Koblenz: 6 – 12 December 2015
Germany, Koblenz: 24 – 30 April 2016

More info: download file here

These courses are for:

Teachers (Pre-school, primary, secondary, vocational, adult, special needs); Teacher trainers; Careers officers, educational guides and cultural counsellors; Inspectors; Cultural staff institutions; Headteachers/principals/managers of schools/organisations offering adult education; Other (Paid or voluntary) management staff in the institution/organization; Non-teaching administrative staff; Members of students/teachers councils in adult education; Volunteers active or interested in adult education.

The event is supported by an international team of experts (Romania-Belgium-Germany) in project management of European projects. The main instructor is Mrs. Cristina Victoria Chert, trainer with more than 15 years experience in project management of European Projects. She has a record of successful implementation of more than 60 European funded projects.


Maximum number of participants envisaged: 25
Course fee (tuition & materials): 350 euro
Accommodation & meals / 6 nights – at participant choice and booking
Cancellation fee (where applicable): 150 euro
Cancellation rules: Cancellation fee applies only if cancellation takes place in less than 4 weeks before the start date of the course. It must be made via e-mail.

Special remarks:

If there are less than 7 applicants, the course will be deferred to the next session. During the course there will be optional organized leisure activities for the group (socio-cultural activities).

Applicants need first to register (ask for available places) at neteuropa@ymail.com.

Type of certification (attendance awarded): Europass Mobility certificate; Certificate of attendance incl. training content and time input. Interested organizations can apply for grants through the Erasmus+ mobility programme.

Our PIC number for Erasmus+ is: 946835431.

This training is organized by:

Iasi, Romania
mob: 00 40727 850 691

Learning by doing Erasmus+
ABC p.m. Social-Cultural Project Management
The Power of Non-formal


Project: “Give Art a Social Voice”

Project no: RO-11-E236-2013-R2
Action A1.1, Youth exchange
Youth in Action Programme

Description (attached pdf)

Photos: EUROPANET Facebook
Movie realised: Give Art a Social Voice (Youtube)

More informations:
Alina Scanteie, Youth project coordinator, scanteiutza82@yahoo.com
Cristina Chert, Programme Director, neteuropa@ymail.com

The “Give Art of Social Voice” project was a continuation of the project “Give a Voice Art” made in 2012. With this project was made a special exhibition with works by the young participants, exhibition that was presented in Iasi for 10 days and 4 other locations in Romania.

We invite you to view Facebook EUROPANET Association artwork and Youtoube to capture beautiful images while working.

Are you young? Until 30 years? Do you work in the field of youth development programs? Do you want to get involved as a volunteer? Contact us at: neteuropa@ymail.com


Proiect Give Art a Social Voice descriere proiect.doc (54 Kb)

Project: “Give Art a Voice”

Project number: RO-11-E15-2012-R1
Action A1.1, Youth exchange
Youth in Action Programme
Description (attached pdf)
Photos: EUROPANET – click here

More informations:
Alina Scanteie, Youth project coordinator, scanteiutza82@yahoo.com
Cristina Chert, Programme Director, neteuropa@ymail.com

Project funded by the Youth in Action, Action 1.1, Youth Exchange took place between 1.06-1.10 2012 at Iasi, Romania, and united, under the banner of Social Art, 18 young people from Romania and Turkey.

The project consisted in the exchange of knowledge and a cultural exchange on Social Art, exchange planned in a preparatory visit of the two organizations involved (EUROPANET Association and Mugla Youth Center) and in a period of exchange between the 2 groups of young people in the period between 13-18.08.2012.


Give Art a Voice, descriere Schimb de Tineri.doc (57 Kb)

Projects management Youth in Action

11th – 13th of June 2011, Bucharest

Between 11th-13th of June 2011, Bucharest hosted the non-formal training seminar “Projects management Youth in Action – projects approved April 1st, 2011”. EUROPANET Association representative, Cristina Chert participated in this training and came back with new information, possible partners and examples of good practice from organizations with better experience.

The objectives of this training were:

– To insure a quality implementation of the projects that are financed in Youth in Action context;
– Awareness of the importance of communication with all key members involved in the project;
– Knowledge and understanding of the most important reporting issues (technical and financial).

During this projects management training session, important issues regarding the contract that EUROPANET Association signed with the National Agency were inserted.

Pictures from the event on Facebook: Asociatia EUROPANET

Details and information: neteuropanet@ymail.com

Project: “Arts Academy”

Project number: RO-21-60-20110-R3

Action A2, European Voluntariat Service

Youth in Action Programme


Project presentation.doc


The “Arts Academy” project will be developed in N-E region of România (Vaslui, Bacău, Neamţ, Botoşani and Suceava) in 13 months (01.09.2011-30.08.2012). The project consists in EVS activities realized by 7 volunteers from: France (HAKIM Bourezma), Germany (LAURA Hartmann and KONSTANTIN Behrends), Italy (MATTEO Speranza), Latvia (LIENE Bleive), Portugal (BIANCA Jeremias) and Spain (ANA GARCIA Vieiros) for a period of 11 months.

The aim of the project is to develop “Social” – Art professional competences for a better integration of each individual in social–economical life, for preparing the way to be active into the labour market.

1. Development of Social Art professional competences of involved volunteers through participation in non-formal activities in a community approach at a local, regional, European development.
2. Growing a regional (N-E of Romania) Network for EVS interested organizations through a direct Social-Art Campaign about European values, social inclusion, solidarity, voluntary values in an intercultural approach.

School theater festival competition

“Under The Spotlight”, 8th edition


Important is the process by which children complete their artistic product


Sunday May 22, 2011, held the eighth edition of the School theater festival competition “Under The Spotlight” organized by “Petru Poni” School Iasi in collaboration with Children’s Palace Iasi and Centre of Resource and Consultancy in Education. The project partners are: Iasi County School Inspector and Europanet Association. Media partners are: Radio Iasi.

Jury members; actor Laurentiu Vasilache (from “Puppets Art Time” band), professor Fanita Cepoi (deputy director of the Sport Science High School ), professor Irina Prodan (The Arts School), Mrs. Mona Vilceanu (producer of programs for children at Radio Iasi) and student Tudor Cobuz (“V. Alecsandri” High School Iasi); awarded numerous prizes and distinctions to theatre teams and actors.

This year, a record number of theatre teams have entered in the competition: 19 (8 in the age section between 7-10 years, 11 in section 11-14 years), theatre clubs that have represented schools and institutions from Iasi city and county, and also from Vaslui county (Husi). Following participating in the festival, all registered theatre teams received prizes and diplomas and a large number of students have been rewarded with individual prizes.

 The Grand Prize of the Festival was won by “Foisor” theatre team of the “Petru Poni” School Iasi, which has presented the show “The Happy Prince” by Oscar Wilde. Best Director was awarded to “Alexandru Giugaru Junior” club from “Cuza Voda” Theoretical High School Husi for the show “Gaitele” by AL. Kiritescu. “The best show”, age section 7-10 years, was considered mounting “Prostul rade de prostia lui”, prepared by “Trasnitii” theatre club from Erbiceni School (Grades 1-8) and “The best show”, age section 11-14 years, was awarded to “Difain” theatre club, from Difain Association, which presented the show “Vreau sa fiu actor, dar… mare!”.


Pictures on Facebook: Asociatia Europanet

Details and info: neteuropa@ymail.com


Rezultate finale.doc (67 Kb)
Program – varianta.pdf (1848 Kb)

Project: “How to be PETER PAN”?

May 1st 2011- April 30th 2012

Local Youth Groups Association (AGLT) in partnership with EUROPANET Association announces the “How to be PETER PAN” project launch, project financed by Soros Foundation Romania through the “Emergency Fund” Program. Projects period: May 2011 – April 2012.

Project purpose: The development of Educational Socio-Pedagogical Services (Social Animator) from the rural environment to offer social activities to include children with disabilities (visual and mobility) through training and support (scholarship, training in the field of social animator or psycho-pedagogy) offered to youth (17-35 years old) from the rural communities in which AGLT has local youth groups to work in socio-medical centers or directly into the community with children with disabilities.

Target group:

Direct beneficiaries:

60 young people (from which 20 are youth with visual and mobility disabilities) from poor rural and small urban areas, local facilitators in AGLT, trained as animators in working with children and youth with visual and mobility disabilities;

20 scholarships;

200 children and young people with visual or mobility impairments participants in Playing Days and special days organized by youth;

200 families supported in the daily work of child care;

20 potential employers (including socio-medical service centers at home).

Intended results:

1. 60 young people will be trained and certified as social animators in working with children with visual and mobility disabilities.

2. 80 Playing Days with at least 200 children with visual and mobility disabilities.

3. 20 young social animators selected to receive 1 year scholarship.

4. 20 young social animators will participate in the Peter Pan Creation Camp.

5. Publishing and printing of the 2 brochures with at least 30 games for working with children with visual and mobility disabilities in 500 copies.

6. 5 events to promote young social animators (Career Day and workshops) with the participation of parents with children with disabilities or employers with employment potential of hiring young social animators.

7. The launch of the two game brochures for the social animators that work with children with visual and mobility disabilities.

For more details and information about the project, contact person: Cristina Chert – project manager, phone: 0727 850 691; e-mail: neteuropa@ymail.com.

Comunicat de presa lansare proiect.doc (357 Kb)

Are you an active youngster?

You are an active young?
Do you want to make friends in the world? Do you want to learn a foreign language, to be involved in the development of local communities?

Would you like to volunteer in a youth organization? Want an unforgettable life experience?
Try EVS (European Voluntary Service)!

EVS promotes volunteering, cultural diversity, active involvement of young people in local communities, European citizenship, tolerance and solidarity.

EUROPANET Association is accredited as Sending Organization (SO) by Youth in Action Programme (www.anpcdefp.ro).

Are you between 17 and 30 years? Are you legally resident in Romania?
Do you want to get involved as a volunteer in another country than Romania?

Send your CV and a Motivation Letter to: neteuropa@ymail.com.
All costs of travel, accommodation and meals are fully covered by the project. Monthly you receive an allowance (pocket money) during the entire project.

For applications or any information related to EVS contact us at neteuropa@ymail.com or phone 0727.850.691.

What makes EUROPANET Association for YOU, volunteer who wants to access EVS (European Voluntary Service)?
· We help you contact the host organization.
· Advise you on the steps in the selection process that the host organization makes.
· We make the training before leaving for EVS.
· We are in contact with you during your EVS contract.
· We offer consultancy in all stages of EVS.

“Just do it” .. .and you will have a unique experience.

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