In the beginning of June, 2019, at a meeting with an Austrian partner the Erasmus+ project “Youth Workers 2.0” was presented at the BPI of the ÖJAB in Vienna.
During the meeting, the two YW2.0 survey reports were also presented – Youth workers Needs Analysis Report and Low skilled Youth Needs Analysis Report.
Youth workers Needs Analysis Report presents the results of the research phase of the project “Youth Workers 2.0”. The document was generated based on a data collection in the form of an online survey, conducted in the four project partner countries – Spain, Austria, Romania and Hungary. The aim of the survey was to identify the needs and challenges of youth workers in terms of digital literacy.
On the other hand, Low skilled Youth Needs Analysis Report presents the results of the research phase of the project “Youth Workers 2.0” and its main aim was to identify the needs and challenges of young people and young adults in relation to digital learning environments. The survey was developed for young people between 13 and 35 years of age.
The partners were enthusiastic about the project and the realization of it. They agree that this project is a great enrichment for all participants and also for the partner organisations.