CTV

Complex Toolbox for Volunteers on preparing and running international projects

About the project

CTV “Complex Toolbox for Volunteers on preparing and running international projects” aims to develop the skills of volunteers in planning and managing European and international projects, to enhance their digital skills, intercultural competence, their sense of initiative and entrepreneurship. Volunteer organisations, particularly those that are not part of international projects, will therefore be able to increase their capacity, gain new sources of funding, run more effective operations and establish new, international networks. Local and regional adult education, and vocational education & training providers will be able to diversify their offer by including the resources developed into their educational curricula.

Objectives:

  • to improve & extend the supply of high quality learning opportunities tailored to the needs of volunteers, especially the ones not involved in international projects
  • to increase the capacity of volunteer organisations to operate transnationally, and to develop and reinforce European networks
  • to develop digital learning materials & tools, and support the effective use of digital technologies in education and training
  • to disseminate widely the results in order to reach as many volunteers as possible, and volunteer organisations throughout the European Union

Project results

Toolbox for Volunteers​

Online catalogue of good practices

Toolbox for Volunteers

The Toolbox on various aspects of cooperation within EU projects aims to develop and enhance basic skills and competences of adult volunteers through online, open educational resources and training tools they can easily access.

List of modules:

> Internationalisation for voluntary organisations

> Dissemination and exploitation of results

> Intercultural communication in transnational work

> Quality in EU projects

> ICT tools for the implementation and management of European projects

The tools will be practical, allowing for learning by doing with the use of the proposed materials.

Online catalogue of good practices

The catalogue will be an on-line application in which good practices will be gathered, categorised and will include a search feature for increased user friendliness. Users will be able to add their own good practices. It will serve as a source of inspiration for volunteers for new project ideas while a unique set of functionalities will support its use.