- Building young people’s resilience through the development of a physical and cultural activity programme helping low-skilled/low-qualified migrant and young people with fewer opportunities to adapt and deal with new and changing situations;
- 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.
- A Training Syllabus outlining the training structure and containing the relevant learning outcomes;
- A Collection of Methods and Cultural and Physical Activities providing educators the necessary guide lines to carry out the 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 migrants and young people with fewer opportunities acquiring life skills, building their resilience and benefiting from greater social inclusion and employability;
- At least 50 young migrants and young people with fewer opportunities 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;