Youth Work Expert - Metabadge

Youth Work Expert - Metabadge

on May 28, 2018

Youth Work Expert - Metabadge

Youth Work Expert - Metabadge
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Youth Work Expert - Metabadge

Youth Work Expert metabadge defines the competence to give and provide support regarding the personal and social development of young people in order to help them to face challenges in life and become active citizens.

RASIM Advocator - (Refugees, Asylum Seekers, Immigrants, Migrants) Advocator

By Badu
on May 17, 2018

RASIM Advocator - (Refugees, Asylum Seekers, Immigrants, Migrants) Advocator

RASIM Advocator - (Refugees, Asylum Seekers, Immigrants, Migrants) Advocator
Non formal learning
Badge Details
RASIM Advocator - (Refugees, Asylum Seekers, Immigrants, Migrants) Advocator
RASIM ADVOCATOR badge defines the ability to engage and work with RASIM (Refugees, Asylum Seekers, Immigrants, Migrants) youth and to utilise legal knowledge to consolidate a supportive network for them.
Learning Targets
  • Knowledge about international and national refugee and immigrants law & rights, and the protection system for asylum seekers (e.g. EU Common European Asylum System –CEAS)
  • Knowing about the countries of origin and about the central beliefs of the respective religious communities
  • Knowing the relevant bodies and procedures regarding RASIM youth
  • Knowing the main theories of racism and discrimination
  • Being able to recognise and understand the losses, stress, trauma and PTSD of RASIM youth
  • Being able to identify risk and protective factors
  • Culturally sensitive counselling skills
  • Being able to establish a supportive network for RASIM youth
  • Being able to promote an anti-racist public relation work regarding the target group
  • Showing a respectful attitude towards people from all cultures
  • Showing empathy
  • Being mentally resilient

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor

 

  • Case Study
  • Conducted one workshop on the topic of the activity with youth within 2 months after the activity
  • Conducted critical incident analysis
  • Problem Solving and simulation games on the specific topic of the activity
  • Reflection exercises
  • Scored at least 80% on the final test

De-Radicalisation Counsellor

By Badu
on May 7, 2018

De-Radicalisation Counsellor

De-Radicalisation Counsellor
Non formal learning
Badge Details
De-Radicalisation Counsellor
De-Radicalisation Counsellor badge demonstrates the ability to work with individuals and groups of young people by providing counter-narratives that facilitate different behavioural patterns and offer new opportunities in order to prevent radicalisation.
Learning Targets
  • Recognising signs of youth radicalisation online and in the local community
  • Knowing preventive approaches and methods of peer and democracy education
  • Knowing the narratives and counter-narratives of radicalisation and de-radicalisation
  • Recognising signs of youth radicalisation online and in the local community
  • Knowing preventive approaches and methods of peer and democracy education
  • Knowing the narratives and counter-narratives of radicalisation and de-radicalisation
  • Showing an analytical and observant attitude
  • Being an intuitive person

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.

Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor
  • Case Study
  • Conducted one workshop on the topic of the activity with youth within 2 months after the activity
  • Conducted critical incident analysis
  • Problem Solving and simulation games on the specific topic of the activity
  • Reflection exercises
  • Scored at least 80% on the final test

Youth Work Methodologist

By Badu
on May 7, 2018

Youth Work Methodologist

Youth Work Methodologist
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Youth Work Methodologist
Youth Work Methodologist badge demonstrates the ability to use different methods which foster personal and social development as well as the inclusion of young people from different backgrounds.
Learning Targets
  • Understanding the “basics” of youth work (definitions, scope, objectives, actors, history)
  • Knowing development-appropriate methods based on an understanding of youth dynamics and sub-culture (e.g. youth cultural activities, outreach youth work, community work, gender specific work, adventure education, group work etc.)
  • Being able to support and work effectively with youths from different backgrounds
  • Being able to build a framework for youth work (identifying key issues, priority areas and themes)
  • Being able to support the implementation of activities that promote the best interests of youths
  • Being able to apply a professional Code of Conduct, Ethics and Values
  • Being able to apply participation methods to reach the target group
  • Showing equal respect and tolerance towards all young people

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.

Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor

 

  • Case Study
  • Conducted one workshop on the topic of the activity with youth within 2 months after the activity
  • Conducted critical incident analysis
  • Problem Solving and simulation games on the specific topic of the activity
  • Reflection exercises
  • Scored at least 80% on the final test

Youth Work Activist

By Badu
on May 7, 2018

Youth Work Activist

Youth Work Activist
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Youth Work Activist
Youth Work Activist badge demonstrates the ability to empower young people to stand up for their rights and to advocate for youth policies on local, national and EU level.
Learning Targets
  • Knowledge of human rights conventions at international and national level
  • Knowledge of organisations working in the field of humans rights
  • Knowing about legal frameworks with a special focus on youth rights
  • Being able to involve young people in participation processes
  • Capacity to empower young people to stand up for their rights and enhance their interest and skills
  • Capacity to create activities on youth rights
  • Showing a participatory attitude
  • Showing great enthusiasm

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.

Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor

 

  • Case Study
  • Conducted one workshop on the topic of the activity with youth within 2 months after the activity
  • Conducted critical incident analysis
  • Problem Solving and simulation games on the specific topic of the activity
  • Reflection exercises
  • Scored at least 80% on the final test

Youth Work Mediator

By Badu
on May 7, 2018

Youth Work Mediator

Youth Work Mediator
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Youth Work Mediator
Youth Work Mediator badge demonstrates the ability to engage family members or other significant people to establish a supportive network for young people and provide counselling regarding institutional infrastructure and legal issues.
Learning Targets
  • Knowing concepts of social work like biographical work
  • Knowing about institutional infrastructure and organisations working with families
  • Being able to treat family concerns with respect and sensitivity, while being aware of confidentiality issues and the boundaries that govern the youth/youth worker relationship;
  • Good communication skills and ability to adapt to different contexts
  • The ability to establish good relationships with different stakeholders and provide reliable support to families in various situations
  • Counselling skills regarding institutional infrastructure for youth and youth organizations
  • Being respectful and open-minded
  • Showing a strong commitment to young people and families as well as an understanding of the factors affecting their lives

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.

Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor

 

  • Case Study
  • Conducted one workshop on the topic of the activity with youth within 2 months after the activity
  • Conducted critical incident analysis
  • Problem Solving and simulation games on the specific topic of the activity
  • Reflection exercises
  • Scored at least 80% on the final test

Youth Work Researcher

By Badu
on May 7, 2018

Youth Work Researcher

Youth Work Researcher
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Youth Work Researcher
Youth Work Researcher badge demonstrates the ability to survey and analyse young people's concerns, needs and interests using empirical research methods.
Learning Targets
  • Knowing about the situation, status and condition of young people in society
  • Knowing about interests, concerns and needs of young people
  • Knowing empirical methods of research
  • Being able to apply empirical methods in order to describe interests, concerns and needs of young people
  • Being able to analyse the needs and concerns of different youth groups, subcultures etc.
  • Capacity to present the results to different stakeholders
  • Showing interest in youth issues
  • Demonstrating attention to detail
  • Being neutral and not judgmental

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.

Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor

 

  • Case Study
  • Conducted one workshop on the topic of the activity with youth within 2 months after the activity
  • Conducted critical incident analysis
  • Problem Solving and simulation games on the specific topic of the activity
  • Reflection exercises
  • Scored at least 80% on the final test