Monday, 1 February 2016
EuroPeers Training Course in Estonia, November 2015
EuroPeers has continued to develop since the first Estonian EuroPeers training course took place in November 2015. The training course took place in Estonia and involved 24 participants from 9 different European countries.
Training courses like this give the opportunity for EuroPeers working all over Europe to come together, exchange ideas, discuss differing national realities and keep each other motivated in their joint mission to promote European opportunities to other young people.
During their training they had the chance to organise their first EuroPeer activities in schools before going on to deliver them when they each returned to their home countries.
EuroPeers is a supportive network of people which is continuing to grow and expand. There will be further EuroPeers training sessions to follow in which we hope to increase our activity and make our EuroPeers network even stronger.