All participants are going to receive a youthpass certificate at the end of the project, provided that they have fully participated in the youth exchange.

Youthpass is a tool to document and recognise learning outcomes from youth work activities based on non-formal education.

While creating their Youthpass certificate together with a support person, project participants are given the possibility to describe what they have done in their project and which competences they have acquired. Thus, Youthpass supports the reflection upon the personal non-formal learning process and outcomes.

As a Europe-wide recognition instrument for non-formal learning in the youth field, Youthpass strengthens the social recognition of youth work. Youthpass supports active European citizenship of young people by describing the added value of their project.

Youthpass also aims at supporting the employability of young people by raising their awareness of and helping to describe their competences, and by documenting their acquisition of key competences on a certificate.

More information about Youthpass on:

To support this process, every day during the youth exchange there will be space for individual and group reflections as a way to be more aware participants own learning, to have the chance to record it and also as a way to provide feedback and evaluation to the organisers.