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Last TPM of "OLFA" project

(published on 02/10/2022)

“OLFA” 4th and the last Transnational Project Meeting took place in Treviso, Italy, where all the coordinators and project participants from partner countries came together to discuss and evaluate project Intellectual Output 1 & 2.


All the goals, tasks, and objectives of the project meeting were successfully achieved and completely fulfilled


Project "Protect Yourself" is coming to an end with effective results

(published on 03/09/2022)

We will soon close our international project dealing with environmental protection, in which professionals from five countries (Italy, France, Romania, Spain and Hungary) worked together.


As a result of the collaboration, a collection of improved methods and techniques for support climate action was created, which the interested party can download by clicking on the attached image.

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Last TPM of project "Protect Yourself" was held in Oradea

(published on 04/07/2022)

The third and last meeting of the “Protect Yourself” project took place in Oradea on 30 June 2022, during which the results and local events were discussed.

The two results were presented, with the validation workshop magazine that needs some revision even before being ready, while the R2, good practice manual is being translated into all the languages of the partners involved in the project.

Local events are also progressing well, the project is moving towards the final phase, with good results achieved.


Outside the labour force - partner meeting with good results

(published on 09/04/2022)

The next partner meeting of the OLFA project was in Tenerife, Spain, where the project partners negotiated the conclusion of the cooperation. The steps of the dissemination processes have been established, and the 2nd intellectual output has also been finalized.


The project is progressing according to plan, and the results achieved so far are spectacular.


Training Course of the OLFA project in Eger, Hungary

(published on 26/08/2021)

Between 23 and 25 August, the training program element of the OLFA project was held in Eger, Hungary. During the meeting, the representatives of the project partners agreed on the first steps of the main intellectual output of the cooperation - online training curriculum.


During the meeting, Danish, Italian, Belgian and Spanish experts got acquainted with the cultural and gastronomic values of the city, as well as gained an insight into the operation of the Mayor's Office. The meeting has reached its maximum goal, the joint work can start, the training curriculum will hopefully get its first form at the next meeting in Belgium.


Starting of pilot and multiplier events of the PSAJO project

(published on 25/05/2021)

In the last week of May, we started organizing pilot and multiplier events for our PSAJO project. The Hungarian translation of the adult education curriculum belonging to the international cooperation has been completed, so the opportunity has opened for the Hungarian participants belonging to the target group to try out the possibilities provided by the curriculum and expand their knowledge with valuable knowledge.


Towards the end of implementation, the project aims to increase the employability of young parents by providing a comprehensive training program that allows for the recognition and development of informal skills acquired through parenting. With the help of the pilot trainings, we have the opportunity to try out the educational material in the test facility and to ask for the opinion of the young adults participating in the process in order to make further improvements and developments.


Innovation is a mindset - ICT tools and immersive technology in the classroom

(published on 06/04/2021)

Project coordinator Vividly, together with its partners from Latvia, Hungary and Turkey, is implementing the Erasmus + project “Innovation is a mindset. This new cooperation with the participation of our NGO has the aim to develop digital tools that can be helpful for both groups of students (regular & with disabilities) and applied even in one classroom. The project addresses educators & teachers and their students mainly in partner countries. With the help of multiplier events online and offline we aim to reach out to the international audiences of educators, headmasters, education policymakers, and also startups and technology companies.


The outcomes of the project will be 2 Digital Tools for subjects related to developing social skills and arts & design as well as Educator's Guidebook. The project is done collaboratively between 4 partners representing educational institutions(schools), NGO and startup from 3 countries - Latvia, Turkey, Hungary. 

The project will directly involve around 20 educators and teachers from participating organizations and reach out to approximately 120 educators and teachers in follow up activities.

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New project getting started

(published on 28/11/2020)

The Erasmus+ project "Protect Yourself" aims to create a series of tools and resources to support adult education and to contribute to the development and expansion of their professional and educational know-how in the circular economy.

On October 29th, 2020 the partnership of the project met online to begin the project work. Due to the pandemic situation that prevented all the partners to travel and meet physically the coordinators. The coordinator PETIT PAS from Italy decided to host the Kick-off Meeting online on the platform Zoom.

Participant organisations:






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We go online...

(published on 11/04/2020)

During the last difficult weeks, our association is still trying to continue its international project work. Thanks to our established network of contacts, several development projects have recently been launched with the participation of experts from the Kreateam Association.


Nowadays, the project work with wide European participation takes place in the framework of online conferences and interpretations due to the established pandemic situation. We try to maximize their effectiveness and stand positively to carry out the planned processes and further meetings. Our development project work is unbroken, we continue to plan and shape our international relations and new collaborations.

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Transnational Project Meeting in Eger - Parents' skills as job opportunities - the project is halfway through
Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships in the field of youth
(published on 02/02/2020)
Our NGO hosted the next transnational project meeting of PSAJO project with the participation of the educational experts of six european countries (Sweden, Italy, Spain, Slovenia, Malta and Hungary) on the 28th of January.
The project team fixed the work and the dates of the final period of the cooperation. Being a parent seems to be an obstacle for employment and it causes often dropouts at work, especially for mothers. At the same time to become parents forces people to acquire precious skills that are required in the job market. Being a parent is, for instance: leadership, problem solving, time management, scheduling skills, money management and much more.
New Strategic Partnership project in the field of adult education - financial literacy trainings for "outside the labour force" adults.
Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships in the field of adult education
(published on 22/01/2020)
Our two-year collaboration involves the participation of five countries of the European Union (Denmark, Italy, Belgium, Spain and Hungary) involving adult training organizations with extensive experience in developing the target groups and using methods that have been used to address the basic problem of the project. Our basic goal is to create intellectual outputs that combines international experiences that will be useful for adult training in all EU countries.
The first meeting of the new cooperation was held in Koge (Denmark) between 20-21 of January.
Erasmus+ Sport Cluster meeting held in Brussels
with the participation of our coordinator
Erasmus+ Sport
(published on 12/12/2019)
On December 4 and 5, the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency and the Sport unit of the European Commission organised in Brussels an Erasmus+ Sport Cluster Meeting on The role of sport in education: enhancing skills development and dual careers perspectives.

The meeting was an opportunity for stakeholders and Erasmus+ funding recipients to meet, monitor projects’ implementation, collect information on best practices, identify relevant outcomes and provide synergies across the sectors. Our coordinator Attila Der was part of the audience during the meeting.
Third Transnational Project Meeting of project in Elche
Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships in the field of adult education
(published on 02/12/2019)
Between 27th and 28th of November the next partner meeting was held in Spain of the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership project. During the meeting, the project coordinators and experts reviewed the results achieved so far and analysed the activities to date. Work has begun on designing a handbook of good practice collections and coordinating the training event to be organized in Greece in summer 2020.
The next meeting will take place in Oslo, Norway in April 2020.
Parents' skills as job opportunity - next steps of the international cooperation
Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships in the field of youth
(published on 05/10/2019)
The second transnational project meeting of project PSAJO (Parents' skills as job opportunity) was held in Huelva on 30.09.2019. With the participation of the representatives of six countries (Italy, Spain, Slovenia, Sweden, Malta, Hungary) the projectwork was continued.
The 2nd Transnational Meeting is equally critical with an agenda including the insights of the mid-term evaluation and mid-term report; checking the project maintenance within the proposed goals and work plan and updating info on the 2nd instalment are always moments when face to face communication is needed, particularly in cases of significant delays and/or non-delivery.
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Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships in the field of adult education
(published on 01/10/2019)
Dear Partners, Stakeholders,
Please download the second newsletter of the internatonal
project. This project is a 30 months long cooperation between Italy, Spain,
Germany, Greece, Slovenia, Norway, and Hungary (Kreateam NGO) - and
we are completed the second section of the project plan.
Next event:
3rd Transnational Project Meeting in Elche, Spain
27-28. November 2019.
Host Organisation: ACD La Hoya
New project started in the field of cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships in the field of youth
(published on 10/06/2019)
The kick-off meeting of project PSAJO (Parents' skills as job opportunity) was held in Stockholm 03.06.2019. With the participation of the representatives of six countries (Italy, Spain, Slovenia, Sweden, Malta, Hungary) the project begin its lifetime...
Time management and scheduling skills, problem solving and resolution of conflicts, money
management, leadership, patience and so on, are skills that parents learn and use daily but often those skills are difficult to underline during a job interview or to justify into a CV. The learning path will help those parents in recognizing, using and exploiting those skills in a work environment. This project matches the priority of social inclusion; young parents, especially young mothers find troubles in reconciling jobs and family and, especially in partner countries, young mothers are particularly exposed to unemployment and social exclusion. Additionally, it matches the sectoral priority of promoting empowerment for youth. Regarding the upon mentioned skills that the selected target group (young parents) acquires through their parental experience, placing weight in the management skills, the project aims to promote empowerment, training young parents (under 30) to obtain a high quality work and job interview competencies and/or to create their own entrepreneurship path.
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Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships in the field of adult education
(published on 19/04/2019)
Dear Partners, Stakeholders,
Please download the first newsletter of the internatonal
project. This project is a 30 months long cooperation between Italy, Spain,
Germany, Greece, Slovenia, Norway, and Hungary (Kreateam NGO) - and
we are completed the first section of the project plan.
Next event:
2nd Transnational Project Meeting in Schrobenhausen, Germany
29-31. May 2019.
Host Organisation: VHS Schrobenhausen
Strategic Partnerships for adult education - Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
(published on 04/01/2019)
EU puts great effort to create the conditions for a more competitive economy with higher employment rate, acknowledges lifelong learning and skills development as key elements in response to the current economic crisis, to demographic ageing and to the broader economic and social strategy of the European Union.
This project is a 30 months long cooperation between Italy, Spain, Germany, Greece, Slovenia, Norway, and Hungary (Kreateam NGO). The project aims to disseminate good practices at European level through the training of trainers, who can provide digital skills, particularly in the use of social networks applied to the world of work to disadvantaged adults. As part of this project, all partners involved gain insights into how our European neighbours are working with online and face to face educational formats and how to use the many tools in their own lessons. By participating, all participants will be part of a European know-how transfer in the field of digital teaching and learning approaches between the participating adult education centres and various educational institutions. The contents of the training will be filmed in order to create videos that will be uploaded on the social channels of the project and on the web platform of the project that will be open to everyone and will be interactive, with a view to learning based on e-learning.
Your Life, Your Choice
Developing of life skills and financial literacy of NEET young adults
Strategic Partnership in the field of adult education
(published on 12/11/2018)

Lifelong learning is an important and useful activity at every stage of life. This is especially true when someone’s life is changed or stuck in their living conditions, and needs further skills to develop their various competences. This project indirectly targets adults who have been forced out of the labour market due to some external factors, need to change their lives for the further successes, gain new knowledge, find new jobs, and seek new opportunities. Our direct target group is educators, trainers, coaches and adult training professionals who deal with or want to deal with troubled adults who need help, are familiar with their problems and are open to accommodating and applying new solutions.

Our two-year collaboration involves the participation of six countries of the European Union, involving adult training organizations with extensive experience in developing the target groups and using methods that have been used to address the basic problem of the project. Our basic goal is to create an intellectual output that combines international experiences that will be useful for adult training in all EU countries and to promote individual mobility within the EU and the free movement of qualified workforce.

Reducing digital divide
Training and mentoring of "IT low-skilled" adults
(published on 25/10/2018)

The overall aim of this national project is to increase the digital competence of the population, which is indispensable for employment, thus providing a skilled workforce for the economy, increasing the competitiveness of the economy while expanding the number of people employed. The practice-oriented, easy-to-learn training program allows low-educated people to use the opportunities offered by the World Wide Web. The training provides a solid user base, and it is a requirement to successfully complete the closing exam. Knowledge gained in training helps to maintain contact, administration, and knowledge acquisition on a computer, tablet, or smartphone, improving quality of life and increasing the chances of job placement.

“Me and the EU”
Information and creative workshops for youth workers, young leaders
(published on 10/08/2018)

Hungary joined the EU since May 2004 we all live in the European Union and operate within the EU institutions serve on. Based on these, it can be reasonably assumed that the knowledge of the European Union is important and valuable to all. The curriculum provides a comprehensive knowledge of the Union's history, operations, objectives and role in the world role. A historical overview is explained in what circumstances triggered by the birth of the European Community, and that led to the current European Union. Understanding the past helps us understand today's events and our current circumstances. This makes it much easier to get acquainted with the complicated current system. The functioning of the EU can be understood through the presentation of the institutional system, the financial and legal system.

“Your Future”

Training series for youngster cooperation with Coca-Cola HBC
(published on 05/08/2018)

The national training series was about how you recognize and develop yourself, how to get your dream job, or create your own business, how to build relationships and how to be successful in your work. All the basic skills available to young people who are not taught at school but are essential for achieving your goals, achieving your goals and succeeding in the labour market.

During the course we focused on these topics:

- Communication tips
- Give and receive feedback
- Networking


- Project management
- Sales Skills
- Time management
- Negotiation
- Financial knowledge
- Business planning

New e-learning surface - collecting international experiences
Planned job-shadowing mobilities all over Europe to manage to get an insight well-functioning distance learning systems, and to have useful advices and practical knowledges to start our one in Hungary.
(published on 23/07/2018)

During the next period, we would like to introduce new training and teaching methods to our work, we plan to start our own e-learning surfaces, and train our colleagues with the competences of distance learning. Our notion is to collect international experiences before we start with the new methods, and training forms, we would like to get an insight into the works of experienced organizations and institutes dealing with this field of education and knowledge transfer. With the help of Erasmus+ Grant we hope to find hosting organizations, who have well-structured and effective educational systems, which are flexible enough to draw experiences from it. During the planned visit, our colleagues would like to get to know the structure of the hosting organization, the work of the trainers or teachers, and to gain inside the methodological basis of their educational system. We would like to get experiences with the communication interface of the students and teachers, and we’d like to get to know some successful practical working methods.

Growing our international relationship
We have new cooperated partners from Cyprus, Norway, and from Denmark to start a new strategic partnership in the field of adult education (sport related topic)
(published on 22/06/2018)

On 18th of June the representatives of our Association signed a cooperation agreement with three educational and sport organisation from Cyprus, Norway and Denmark. Tha aim of our planned project is to find and create new methods of competence development trainings - with the help of different kind of sport activities. During the two years long cooperation the experts of the different organisations will work on new methodology, which would like to take advantage of the popularity of sport and its community building power. Due to the cooperation agreement, the project will start at the beginning of 2018, after a successful apllication for EU Grant.

Small Collaborative Partnership project in the field of Sports
Be Healthier, be a Handball Player
Popularizing grassroots sport with the help of Handball in three countries
(published on 16/12/2017)

Our planned project is an 18 months long cooperation between Hungary, Austria and Slovakia. In the project we involved three handball association and a coordinator NGO. The main aim of the project is to start to prepare the common work of handball trainers in the fields of exchange of experiences. The main questions are - how to work in the country the popularization of the leisure sports with the help of handball, how to manage to recruit the students to the sport organizations.

By Learning You Will Teach, By Teaching You Will Learn
Strategic partnership project in the field of youth
(published on 14/06/2017)

Basically, the risk of early school leaving is increasing in all EU countries. The project will offer the solutions to the problem. Student self-government, increasing the efficiency of their work, will improve work with young people from groups of social risk and reduce the risk of early school leaving.

Project aims: to improve and intensify the work of schools or other educational institutions’ student self-government with young people, thus increasing the capacity and work efficiency of student self-government and reducing the risk of early school leaving.

The trainers of our NGO are taking part in this project as a partner organization, in this cooperation there are experts and students from seven countries (Latvia, Portugal, Macedonia, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Hungary) who will have a 24 months long experience sharing during 2016-2017.

Support for e-learning...
Introduction of a new method of competence development through e-learning
(published on 06/05/2017)

As information technology becomes more robust and easier to use, it increasingly permeates academic activities in adult education. The use of technology in education, commonly defined as e-learning, has become a standard component in many courses. Technology applications are not limited to the classroom – they are also replacing some classroom sessions with virtual sessions, or fully replacing classroom courses with online courses.

With the cooperation of Teamwork Centre Consulting Office our NGO managed to create a new platform for competence development e-learning courses. The main preference of our result that it is fully distance learning, the participants will have the facilities to have the courses, exams from home. The new methods of our development can be useful for online training courses in the fields of youth, youth workers, or NGO support.

Europass for All
Training course and conference for youth workers and NGO leaders
(published on 21/04/2017)

From 21 to 27 of March we organized a training course and a conference for youth workers and NGO leaders from 9 countries of the EU in Eger, Hungary.

The aim of the project "Europass for All " was to try to recognize the proven competencies of the seven Europass documents within the variety of sectors, traders, young people, civil organizations and among the youth. In the framework of the cooperation of nine countries we tried to develop strategic target network, involving professionals working with young people and representatives of various sector. During the project, we planed to conduct researches and to seek opinions about the competencies of the EU, organize meetings for youth professionals, educators to exchange their experiences, organize researches to get to know the knowledge of the target group, and develop the work methods of the process. We were planning comprehensive research skills and assess the opportunities for cooperation among employers. Our goal was to find a way that describes how to use the youth to develop competency frameworks between non-formal workers. We would like to collect examples of good practice through cooperation between business, education and non-profit sectors. We were working to raise awareness on non-formal and informal learning processes in recognition of the importance of focusing on youth unemployment.

Successful sustainable development project in Ostoros, Hungary
Creative PET bottles
(published on 12/02/2017)

PET bottle is a really creative think... In households we often find it unusefull and we try to get rid of them. But think about a little - what can we do from this bottles in a creative way?

Bottles made of polyethylene terephthalate (PET, sometimes PETE) can be "recycled" to reuse the material out of which they are made and to reduce the amount of waste going into landfills. PET is semiporous and absorbs molecules of the food or beverage contained, and the residue is difficult to remove: Heating the plastic enough for sterilization would destroy it. Therefore, most recycled bottles are used to make lower grade products, such as carpets. To make a food grade plastic, the bottles need to be hydrolysed down to monomers, which are purified and then re-polymerised to make new PET. These bottles are also recycled as-is (re-used) for various purposes, including for use in school projects, and for use in solar water disinfection in developing nations, in which empty PET bottles are filled with water and left in the sun to allow disinfection by ultraviolet radiation. PET is useful for this purpose because most other materials (including glass) that are transparent to visible light are opaque to ultraviolet radiation.

In our project we had several target groups from student to parents, from youngsters to adults and families. The inhabitants of Ostoros had the facilities to take part in different aware-rising programmes, they could built a PET bottle christmas tree, and could create creative household devices, and playthings during the 6 months long project.

Popularization of grassroots sports at primary schools of the region
Ball games for health
(published on 04/09/2017)

Understanding the issue and implications of different methods of training activities in sport is difficult. Due to the comfortable lifestyle, in general people do not want to deal with the issue and prefer the delinquents to be put away. However, locked facilities do not provide adequate solutions; they only exacerbate the problem. If a child with limited physical activity does not receive appropriate examples he is most likely to grow up to be a problematic adult at his health; dealing with these individuals costs a lot to society (maintaining locked facilities, social transfers, broken carriers, reproducing disruptive behavior patterns in family, etc). There is no existing standard measurement tool for impact evaluation in the youth field, yet, if vulnerable youths do not receive support they will be robbed off their future.

During our 2 months long project we visited 10 primary schools of our region and we organized different kind of ball games (handball, basketball, volleyball, football) to popularize the importance of physical activitiy throught ball sports in local level. This events were spectacular days with as many partner from the flelds of sport and healthcare as possible.

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