Training Course "Cyberkind" in Tenerife, Spain (Fully Funded)

Open call for 22 participants from all Erasmus+ Youth Programme countries to join the training course "Cyberkind" in Tenerife, Spain. This training is organised by  P.O.D. Association and co-funded by the European Union through Erasmus+ programme. 

Training Course "Cyberkind" in Tenerife, Spain (Fully Funded)

About P.O.D Association

P.O.D. Association is a non-profit organisation with almost a decade of working with Erasmus+ mobilities, period in which they implemented more than 30 Erasmus+ projects. Its mission is to plan initiatives that support, maintain, oversee, volunteer, participate, and other activities required for society's sustainable development in line with national policies and global best practices in the following areas:

a. continuing professional education and training

b. promote health, sport, science, arts, traditions, culture and preservation of monuments of national heritage

c. environment and nature protection, agriculture and tourism

d. economic, cultural and social development

e. supporting public works and infrastructure

f. assistance and counselling individuals and companies

g. youth education.

About the training 

"Cyberkind" is a 5 days training course for youth workers, youth leaders and volunteers who work with young people. "Cyberkind" aims to enhance the awareness and understanding of participants regarding various aspects of cyber-violence, including its root causes, forms, impact on victims, and the role of social media in perpetuating such behaviour. the main objectives of the training are:-

- Organise and facilitate a five-day, non-formal education based training program for participants to improve their knowledge and comprehension of the different facets of cyber-violence, such as its origins, manifestations, effects on victims, and the part that social media plays in fostering this kind of behaviour. 

Give the participants the useful skills they need to behave responsibly and safely online, such as managing their digital presence, identifying phishing efforts, and comprehending cybersecurity.

- Provide the participants the information and resources they need to respond to cyber violence in a productive way, including how to report occurrences, assist victims, and use digital platforms for advocacy.

Work together to create a two-hour program on cyber violence awareness, prevention, and intervention. This workshop will be a useful tool for encouraging participants' communities to practice safe and responsible online behaviour. 


The training is designed for 22 participants from Erasmus+ Youth Programme countries, who :

- Are over 18 years old without age limit 

Are a youth worker and volunteers that work with young people

- Individuals with an interest in topics such as gender-based violence, cyberviolence, and domestic violence.

- People motivated to participate for the whole duration of the training course.  

Are able to use English as a working language in order to establish effective communication during group-work and sessions. A low level of English will limit learning opportunities.

- Open minded and inclusive 

- Being a youth worker, volunteer, or active member from Youth organisation that work with the young people 

Financial Conditions and Benefits 

This training is co-funded by the European union through Erasmus plus programme.

- There is no participation fee required by the host organisation 

- Accommodation and food for the duration of the TC will be covered 100% by the host organisation with Erasmus+ funding.

Your travel costs will be reimbursed by the host organisation via bank transfer after the activity and sending the follow-up activity to the host organisation 

Participants are entitled to receive a Youthpass certificate from the organiser, for recognition of their competence development during the activity. 

Note: According to Erasmus+ program rules, there are limits for the travel reimbursements depends on the direct distance between your place and the project venue as follows:

  • for travel distance between 100 and 499 km: 180 EUR / person
  • for travel distance between 500 and 1999 km: 275 EUR / person
  • for travel distance between 2000 and 2999 km: 360 EUR / person
  • for travel distance between 3000 and 3999 km: 530 EUR / person
  • for travel distance between 4000 and 7999 km: 820 EUR / person
  • Calculate your budget from HERE

Dissemination after the activity

Selected participants are required to do a two hour workshop on cyber-violence awareness, prevention, and intervention using the structure designed during the Training Course.

Additionally, as part of the dissemination process, the organisations will need to post the dissemination activity (pictures, videos, descriptions of the activities, project name) as well as the activities that participants are participating in during the youth exchange on their social media accounts and online communication channels.


Application deadline: 31 January 2024

Date of Selection: 29 February 2024

Arrival day: 26 May 2024 

Working days: 27-31 May 2024

Departure day: 1 June 2024

Note: If you want to come earlier or stay longer, up to 2 days, you can do that, but you have to organise accommodation, food, etc. in these days by your own expenses.

How to apply?

You can apply for this training via SALTO Online Applications.

More Details

for more details, check the opportunity website from HERE

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Opportunity Website

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