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How to be more approachable and how to create a more youth-friendly environment? This was the topic discussed by participants of the Youth Officer Training, members of the Municipal Assembly of Ilidža and Expert Youth Work Associate of the Ilidža Municipality, Amra Bojičić. Assembly members Samir Avdić, Redžo Lemezan and Ahmed Krupalija answered the participants’ questions.

The participants shared their experience with working with youth in different local communities in BiH, discussed ways of employing youth, positive practice and implementation of initiatives, and adapting the way they communicate with youth.

It was also noted that it is extremely important to support youth in their efforts to become independent by starting their own families, buying a home and launching a business. The discussion also included laws and strategic documents, and the Ilidža Municipality was mentioned as a good example in terms of their work with youth and creating and implementing strategic documents.

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The Institute for Youth Development KULT conducts trainings for Youth Officers and certifications of Youth Officers working with youth in city, municipal and cantonal government bodies.

Youth Officers are required to continually work on professional training and development. An officer who is not in possession of a certificate, but is employed in civil service and performs the duties of a Youth Officer is required to complete the Youth Officer training course and obtain a certificate within two years. Youth Officers in Republika Srpska are not legally required to be certified.

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Basic training and certification of Youth Officers in RS - Public call (17.01.0-N2.1-88)

The Institute for Youth Development KULT is issuing a public call for Basic training and certification of Youth Officers.

The public call for training and certification of youth officers is open until 1 August 2018.

The complete text of the Public call is available HERE.

The application form is available HERE.

About the training

The Youth Officer training is intended to enable the participants to perform youth officer tasks independently, after completing a certified course on youth policy and youth work, and ensure that current or aspiring public servants dealing with youth issues are adequately trained and certified for the youth officer position.

  • The basic training program is structured into 5 compulsory modules, in a total of 120 hours. The training also includes take-home assignment, study visits and a written exam. Every module lasts 5 days.
  • The training utilizes an interactive methodological approach that allows participants to share their experiences and provide suggestions for improving the training. Every modules includes theory, application of the material learned during the training and practical work.
  • The dates for each modules will be published on the Institute’s website (www.mladi.org).
  • Certificates are awarded to participants who attended at least 80% of the training.
  • The training program covers the cost of half-board accommodation, working material and certification of each participant. The participants and/or their institutions cover the travel expenses.

Application criteria

Eligibility criteria for applicants:

  1. Public officials who work with youth at the municipal, city or cantonal level.
  2. Other interested individuals over 18, with at least a high school diploma.

Required documents

Applicants are required to submit the following documents:

  1. Filled out application form (can be found at www.mladi.org).
  2. Certified copy of your diploma/degree.
  3. Birth certificate (original or certified copy).
  4. Residence form (original or certified copy no more than 3 months old).
  5. Written permission to attend the training issued by the head of the administrative unit; option 2: special document with permission).

Application

All the necessary documentation should be received by 1 August 2018 by mail or delivered in person to:

Institut za razvoj mladih KULT

17.01.0-N2.1-86

  1. 4. viteške brigade 34-36

71210 Ilidža

Note: in order for the application to be complete, applicants must also submit the online application form by 4 pm on 1 August at the latest, without additional documentation. The online application can be accessed here: http://mladi.org/myURL/obukaszm.

Applications received after the deadline will not be taken into consideration. The Institute will notify all the applicants about the results by 15 August 2018 at the latest.

Duration of the training

The training will last from November 2018 to September 2019, including the final exam and the certificate award ceremony.

Note: Candidates who previously attended the Institute’s Basic training for Youth Officers but have not completed it, may attend the topics and modules they missed, and take the final exam pursuant to the Manual. These candidates must apply to the public call as usual, and list in the “Experience with youth work” section of the application all the modules they attended and attach a copy of their certificate of attendance.

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The Institute for Youth Development KULT is issuing a public call for Basic training and certification of Youth Officers in Republika Srpska and the Federation of BiH.

The public call for training and certification of youth officers is open until 1 August 2018.

The complete text of the FBiH Public call - Basic training and certification of Youth Officers is available HERE.

The complete text of the RS Public call - Basic training and certification of Youth Officers is available HERE.

The application form can be downloaded HERE.

About the training

The Youth Officer training is intended to enable the participants to perform youth officer tasks independently, after completing a certified course on youth policy and youth work, and ensure that current or aspiring public servants dealing with youth issues are adequately trained and certified for the youth officer position.

  • The basic training program is structured into 5 compulsory modules, in a total of 120 hours. The training also includes take-home assignment, study visits and a written exam. Every module lasts 5 days.
  • The training utilizes an interactive methodological approach that allows participants to share their experiences and provide suggestions for improving the training. Every modules includes theory, application of the material learned during the training and practical work.
  • The dates for each modules will be published on the Institute’s website (www.mladi.org).
  • Certificates are awarded to participants who attended at least 80% of the training.
  • The training program covers the cost of half-board accommodation, working material and certification of each participant. The participants and/or their institutions cover the travel expenses.

Application criteria

Eligibility criteria for applicants:

  1. Public officials who work with youth at the municipal, city or cantonal level.
  2. Other interested individuals over 18, with at least a high school diploma.

Required documents

Applicants are required to submit the following documents:

  1. Filled out application form (can be found at www.mladi.org).
  2. Certified copy of your diploma/degree.
  3. Birth certificate (original or certified copy).
  4. Residence form (original or certified copy no more than 3 months old).
  5. Written permission to attend the training issued by the head of the administrative unit; option 2: special document with permission).

Application

All the necessary documentation should be received by 1 August 2018 by mail or delivered in person to:

Institut za razvoj mladih KULT

17.01.0-N2.1-86

  1. 4. viteške brigade 34-36

71210 Ilidža

Note: in order for the application to be complete, applicants must also submit the online application form by 4 pm on 1 August at the latest, without additional documentation. The online application can be accessed here: http://mladi.org/myURL/obukaszm.

Applications received after the deadline will not be taken into consideration. The Institute will notify all the applicants about the results by 15 August 2018 at the latest.

Duration of the training

The training will last from November 2018 to September 2019, including the final exam and the certificate award ceremony.

Note: Candidates who previously attended the Institute’s Basic training for Youth Officers but have not completed it, may attend the topics and modules they missed, and take the final exam pursuant to the Manual. These candidates must apply to the public call as usual, and list in the “Experience with youth work” section of the application all the modules they attended and attach a copy of their certificate of attendance.

MIRELA AJANOVIC Poziv

Basic training and certification of FBiH Youth Officers – Public call (17.01.0-N2.1-86)

The Institute for Youth Development KULT, with permission of the Federal Ministry of Culture and Sports issues public calls for Basic training and certification of Youth Officers every year.

The Public call is published on the official websites of the Institute and the Federal Ministry of Culture and Sports, and is conducted in accordance with the Rulebook on Training and Certification of Youth Officers.

The public call for training and certification of youth officers is open until 1 August 2018.

The complete Public call is available HERE.

The pplication form is available HERE.

Application criteria

Eligibility criteria for applicants:

  1. Public officials who work with youth at the municipal, city or cantonal level.
  2. Other interested individuals over 18, with at least a high school diploma.

Required documents

Applicants are required to submit the following documents:

  1. Filled out application form (can be found at www.mladi.org).
  2. Certified copy of your diploma/degree.
  3. Birth certificate (original or certified copy).
  4. Residence form (original or certified copy no more than 3 months old).
  5. Written permission to attend the training issued by the head of the administrative unit; option 2: special document with permission).

Application

All the necessary documentation should be received by 1 August 2018 by mail or delivered in person to:

Institut za razvoj mladih KULT

17.01.0-N2.1-86

  1. 4. viteške brigade 34-36

71210 Ilidža

Note: in order for the application to be complete, applicants must also submit the online application form by 4 pm on 1 August at the latest, without additional documentation. The online application can be accessed here: http://mladi.org/myURL/obukaszm.

Applications received after the deadline will not be taken into consideration. The Institute will notify all the applicants about the results by 15 August 2018 at the latest.

Duration of the training

The training will last from November 2018 to September 2019, including the final exam and the certificate award ceremony.

Note: Candidates who previously attended the Institute’s Basic training for Youth Officers but have not completed it, may attend the topics and modules they missed, and take the final exam pursuant to the Manual. These candidates must apply to the public call as usual, and list in the “Experience with youth work” section of the application all the modules they attended and attach a copy of their certificate of attendance.

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