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Course on Strategy at Youth Organizations


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For youth workers who want to learn how to design and implement strategy at youth organizations to join the e-learning course!

Planning the strategy of the youth organization can be as important as preparing the list of activities for the next year. But how to prepare the strategic plan correctly? What the strategy should include? And how to align the work of the organization to that strategic plan.

During the course you will learn about the theory of strategy. You will be offered materials which will give you better understand of what strategy is, what is the role of the strategy at the organization. You will learn how to prepare the strategic plan. As well as you will learn a number of practical examples from the practice demonstrating what strategy is. The course is based on the programs taught at business schools but adjusted to be relevant to the work of youth organizations.

Knowledge of professional methodologies, modern practices and tools in the field of strategic planning will allow to take the organization on a significantly new professional level!

Each course is structured in the following way:
1. A participant receives study materials and has 2 months to learn the material. During this period he/she can communicate with the tutor, receive instructions, feedback, ask questions.
2. A participant receives assignments from a tutor and has 1 months to complete them. The assignments consist on 3 parts: theoretical – where a participant is asked theoretical questions on what he/she has learnt; practical – where a participant is asked to apply the knowledge to a practical situation; personal – where a participant is asked to reflect on his/her learning outcomes.
3. Within a month a participant receives the feedback from a tutor.

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