RISE projekt- ühise noorsootöö dokumenteerimise süsteemi loomine

Rahastaja: Erasmus+
Algus: 01.01.2015
Lõpp: 30.12.2016

Saadud toetus: 8000,00

Eesti ANK meeskond: Stiina Kütt, Kristi Paas, Ivika Uslov, Heidi Paabort

Partnerorganisatsioonid:
City of Dublin Youth Service Board, Iirimaa
KEKS, Rootsi
Hunedoara County Direction for Sport and Youth, Rumeenia

 

Erasmus+ Rootsi rahvusbüroo poolt toetatud projekti ametlik nimi on „RISE for common systems for documentation of youth work“, kus lühend RISE tähendab osalevaid partnerriike ehk Rumeenia, Iirimaa, Rootsi (Sweden) ja Eesti.

Projekti koordineeris Rootsi organisatsioon KEKS. Tegemist oli strateegilise partnerlusega, mis toimus perioodil jaanuar 2015 kuni detsember 2016.

Projekti eesmärk oli arendada ja testida uut noorsootöö dokumenteerimise süsteemi, mille algideeks on Rootsi organisatsiooni KEKS poolt loodud Loggboken. Projekti käigus loodi ühtne üle-euroopaliseks kasutamiseks avatud noorsootöö dokumenteerimise süsteem, mis aitab noorsootöötajatel oma tööd analüüsida ning nähtavamaks muuta. Valmis ühine veebiplatvorm ehk logiraamat, mille esimene versioon valmis testimiseks 2015. aasta lõpuks 2016. aasta lõpuks valmis logiraamatu lõplik versioon ning manuaal selle kasutamiseks. Valminud dokumenteerimissüsteem on leitav aadressil thelogbook.eu ning seda haldab Rootsi organisatsioon KEKS, kellelt saab ka rohkem infot platvormi, tasuta testperioodi ning sellega liitumise kohta.

Rohkem infot Logiraamatu, tasuta testperioodi ja liitumise kohta: Jenny Andersson, jenny.andersson@keks.se
Lisainfo RISE projekti kohta: Stiina Kütt, stiina.kutt@ank.ee

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RISE for common systems for documentation of youth work and non-formal learning

The project was a strategic partnership financed by the European Commission and the Erasmus + programme through The Swedish Agency for Youth and Civil Society. The project was coordinated by KEKS- a Swedish network of municipality departments that carry out youth work in Sweden,  and it involved three other European partners from Ireland, Estonia and Romania. Moreover, a representative of Helsinki Municipality joined the project’s activities.

The purpose of the project was to develop and test a youth work documentation system based on Loggboken developed by KEKS. The project was implemented between January 2015 and December 2016. During this time 12 international meetings were organized for two working groups working for the project: the “system development group” and “project management group”.

The system development group had the tasks of developing the system for documentation of youth work, to test it and upgrade as needed. After the development of the new youth work documentation system there was a testing phase. During the testing phase, the new system was tested and adjustments were made. The group had 8 members, two from each partner organization.

The project management group had the task of organizing all the practicalities so the project could run smooth and the system development group could do their job as good as possible. The project management group was responsible for organizing meetings, monitoring, risk management, evaluating, reporting etc. From each partner organization, 1 project manager was included.

As a result of the project, The Logbook, was developed and launched.  The Logbook is managed by KEKS. To get access to a free test account or join the system contact jenny.andersson@keks.se.