Youth Competence Centers In Antwerp, Innovative Practices For Key Competenties Identification And Recognition
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  • The Youth Competence Centres of Antwerp: innovative practices for key competencies identification and recognition Learning Forum London 22-24 june 2009
  • JES
    • plural non-profit organisation.
    • Mission: to create equal opportunities for young people to actively participate in society.
    • Based in three Belgian cities: Brussels, Antwerp and Ghent.
    • Activities: training and guidance, training for youth work volunteers, outreach work, support for youth clubs and youth work initiatives, …
  • JES: target group
    • young people between 6 and 30 years old,
    • living in large cities,
    • of whom a lot are low-skilled and with migrant background
  • YCC
    • Accessible centres for young people
    • That provide integrated activities regarding leisure time, competencies (identification, development and recognition) and work.
    • Explicit learning and development spaces that empower young people with a view to personal development and increased social orientation and participation.
    • The lifestyle and needs of young people are central in the activities of the YCC’s’
    • The priority target group of the YCC’s are 16 to 25 aged youngsters in a vulnerable situation
  • YCC: aim
    • ‘ to reduce the negative impact of school dropout by taking into account informal learning’
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  • Preliminaries
    • Force and talents of young people are our starting points (positive approach)
    • Young people participate voluntarily in RAC-guidance
    • Young people are themselves instigator, director and manager of the RAC-guidance
    • We want to stimulate lifelong learning
    • Our RAC-guidance has to be compatible with formal learning (training, education,…)
    • We try to use the strengths and advantages of great cities
    • We want to be accessible youth work, both in a psychological, financial and geographical sense
  • RAC-guidance
    • RAC-guidance is guidance that consciously stimulates young people,
    • through participation in activities that fit with their interests and lifestyle,
    • to experiment and shift their limits (experiential learning)
    • and thus increase awareness on their own competencies (identification of competencies)
    • and further develop them
  • C-Stick
  • Participation model
    • Consuming activities
    • Participate actively
    • Participate in organisation of activities
    • Independently organise activities
    • Participate in reflection on organisation / management / …
  • Results
    • 52 young people participated in a RAC-guidance
    • More than 50% of these young people participated in more than one project.
    • 26% of the RAC-guidance took place in cultural youth work activities, 26% in youth work activities with focus on the local neighbourhood, 35% took place in training for youth work volunteers, 5% in job counselling and 8% in specific guidance (social (re)integration)
    • 35 other young people who visit our youth centre got counselling on specific questions concerning school or work.
    • 62% of the young people that took part in the RAC-guidance used the C-Stick portfolio.
  • Challenges
    • More profoundly develop the ‘work’-axe
    • Facilitate interaction between the different axes (leisure time – work)
    • Network with other organisations is order to widen the possible range of activities
    • Create possibilities for APEL (Accreditation of prior experiential learning)
  • Contact
    • Marjan Van de maele
    • [email_address]
    • 0032/ 2 411 68 83
    • JES vzw
    • Werkhuizenstraat 3
    • 1080 Brussels
    • Belgium