- Building young people’s resilience (in particular volunteers) through the development of a physical and cultural activity programme helping them to adapt and deal with new and changing situations and to help society to thrive;
- Developing and evaluating resources promoting life skills;
- Supporting young people to volunteer in a local community setting working with children;
- Developing networks between Higher Education Institutions, local authority and community organisations working to support young people’s health and wellbeing.
- Short-scale research in each partner country for the identification of the current skills and associated needs of young people;
- Development and delivery of a joint staff training to train 25 trainers to build life skills among young people;
- Pilot implementation of the Training Programme with young people;
- Volunteering placement for young people within local communities maximising the acquired skills working with children;
- Public events promoting the programme to policy makers and stakeholders within the youth and play arena.
- The PAClife Training Programme – Methods, Activities and Good Practices: a programme based on physical and cultural activities that outlines the structure of the training course for educators and its training objectives and offers them useful guidelines for implementing activities with young people.
- 25 youth workers (5 from each partner country) involved in a training on the use of physical and cultural activities for life skills development;
- At least 50 young people acquiring life skills, building their resilience and benefiting from greater social inclusion and employability;
- At least 50 young people undertaking volunteer placement;
- Greater understanding among project team members and target group members of the value of physical and cultural activities in helping young people developing life skills;