Stowarzyszenie Projektów Międzynarodowych „INPRO”

Level App

„Level App” is a Youth Workers’ Erasmus Training with the goal of providing new knowledge and skills on new technologies to professionals engaged with youth.

In the age of digitalization, social media, smartphones, and widely available internet, it is a challenge for youth workers to keep the attention of young people for a long period of time. Traditional methods seem not only archaic, but also ineffective in reaching out to them as well as in implementing attractive educational activities. The project Level App wants to improve the abilities in dealing with new technologies of 20 youth workers from 7 different European organizations from Armenia, Poland, Slovakia, Ukraine, Greece, Moldova and Poland.

By creating a space for participants to exchange experiences, establish contacts and build partnerships, this Erasmus Training wants to help modernize educational activities by introducing new interactive tools, and to inspire participants to introduce new technologies as a permanent element in their daily work with young people.

The participants are 20 workers already experienced in the field, who want to have a positive impact on the quality of local projects and programs for youth. By improving their skills, they also improve the quality of the education their organizations provide to the local youth in these 7 countries,

Level App will take place in Rzeszów from the 28th January to the 5th of February 2022.


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