After the winter break, the Erasmus+ MESAP partners are back working towards the completion of the 3 Intellectual Outputs:
- MESAP Manual – a document which will provide guidance and resources to youth organisations wishing to run a similar project
- Digitalising the Youth Sector – a manual with easy to use learning resources on running a youth exchange focusing on Digital skills, Enterprise & Social Action and wider Cultural informal learning
- Enterprising the Youth Sector – a manual on training youth workers to offer Enterprise & Social Action as an alternative to Employment and Education. The manual will include the full learning programme pilot from January 2016.
As well as the accompanying Annex of Learning Materials and Work Plans.
2 of these Intellectual Outputs are now completed in draft form, with 1 still being finalised.
The MESAP partners are currently trying to finalise the final Transnational Meeting arrangements and also beginning to work on the sustainability element of the overal projects.
Further updates to follow.