Dear guests,

 Welcome to SEEYN Learning House! Our doors are open to everyone who is eager to learn, share knowledge, get inspired, inspire others, who needs empowerment through learning, all the ones who want to empower others, to gain and provide support and during all that feel at home.

SEEYN Learning House is an online platform contains different resources, materials, training tools and methods, ideas and proposals which you are invited to give and use. It has interactive character for direct communication and support, expert advice, sharing, good practice examples and easy cooperation and team work.

It is inhabited by different residents who seek and provide learning and support, and it is used as educational and communication space prior and during the educational activities and as reflection and support space after the activities.

The House is hosted and managed by our housekeepers - the SEEYN Content Manager and SEEYN Training Manager, and it is built by our Technical Support team. The creation and maintenance of SEEYN Learning House is supported by European Union, Erasmus + programme, within the project “Practical Guide Through YOUth Work”.

Join us and become the resident of our online learning home and member of our SEEYN Training family.

Here, there is room for everyone and we are always happy to see you.


Marinela Sumanjski

SEEYN Training Manager

    Available courses

    This is the course created for participants of Youth Work Market to show what online learning is and how young people can benefit from it.

    Welcome and enjoy!

    do people go to moon?The aim of this training course is to provide learning opportunity and skills development for youth workers, leaders of international and local youth volunteering activities, projects and programs with special focus on inclusion of young people with fewer possibilities. With this project, we expect youth workers to be able to initiate, develop, prepare, implement and evaluate an independent volunteering initiative.

    Main topics of this training course are:

    volunteering values and good practice;

    exploring leadership of voluntary activities;

    leadership styles and personality;

    understand inclusion, tolerance, anti-discrimination, equal opportunities and positive social values through activism and volunteering;

    improving communication, conflict management, team work, resource management and group dynamic competences;

    improving knowledge of interculturality and fostering intercultural learning;

    share ideas and future plans for mutual activities with other participants.

    I volunteerAim of the training course is to provide youth workers with competences and tools for implementing high quality, effective volunteer management system and raising their skills for creating their own local/international short/long-term volunteering programs with young people. With this training course we aim to increase social skills and personal development of participants and raise awareness of importance and values of volunteering.

    Topics of this training course include:

    gaining competences needed for successful volunteer management in projects, activities and everyday life of organizations on local and international level;

    exploring views and attitudes towards volunteering;

    effects of volunteering on local community;

    improving volunteer system and conditions of volunteers in voluntary projects and activities;

    experience and learn how to work in various teams;

    expanding and sharing knowledge and sense of interculturality;

    improving communication, conflict management and resource management;

    sharing ideas for projects with the group and getting feedback and support.

    tag cloud on the themes of the trainingThis training course is aimed at improving ICT competences of youth workers in order to help them initiate, implement and promote projects and activities of their organization. 

    Main topics of the course are:

    defining competences needed for youth workers in the field of ICT;

    exploring different online tools used in youth work;

    explore tools suitable for using in different aspects of NGO work;

    connecting online and offline tools in reaching young people;

    discussing games and their role in learning;

    tackling online learning and different tools available;

    encouraging participants to create their own projects.

    The training course aims to support the quality development of non-formal education activities in the youth work through the development of competences of youth workers for  preparing and implementing workshops,  trainings, seminars and similar activities organized for youth on local and international level.


    Aims of this training course are:

    • Provide youth workers with  set of practical skills and attitudes for successful preparation and implementation of non -formal activities
    • Develop participants’ competence to design, run and evaluate non-formal education and training activities at organizational and international level, based on an adequate needs analysis using appropriate methodology
    • Provide young people with competences to be able to work individually or in teams as presenters, facilitators andtrainers
    • Introduceparticipants  to  main  features  of  non-formal  education,  different  learning  styles  and  different  approaches  in learning
    • Increasing participants’ abilities to raise and promote positive social values through non-formal education
    • Explorethe notion of quality in non-formal education and training activities and how to apply it
    • Reflect on the ethical, professional and social implications of working as a trainer in non-formal education
    • Support participants to learn how to guide and facilitate different processes (group, intercultural, inclusive) in non-formal education settings
    • Support participants to learn how to manage a non-formal education and training project effectively;
    • Reflect on the contribution of non-formal education and training to the development of a quality youth work
    • Providethe participants with space for practicing the gained skills
    • Contribute to personal development of participants and improve quality of civil society projects and initiatives
    • Provide space and facilitate networking and future cooperation between participants and their organizations
    • Secure space for exchange of different experiences, approaches, practices, methodologies and tools
    • Facilitate and provide conditions for future cooperation between participants and their organizations and promote Erasmus Plus programme as valuable tool for mobility and education.
    • Provide practical understanding and experiential learning of the topic and promote values of non-formal learning through different innovative methods
    • Ensure safe, engaging, interesting and goals oriented learning process of participants
    • Provide support for further follow up activities of participants within the project “Practical Guide Through YOUth Work”.

    mentors as superheroesIf you are mentor to any or all of the representatives of your organization in the project Practical Guide Through Youth work, this course is for you!

    Enrol and find many useful resources and materials here.

    Ovaj kolegij namijenjen je međusobnoj komunikaciji projektnog tima Agencije lokalne demokracije Sisak te slanju dokumentacije i edukacijskih materijala.

    Glavna svrha kolegija je brža i redovitija komunikacija projektnog tima s korisnicima, postavljenje svih edukacijskih i dodatnih korisnih materijala koji se koriste tijekom provedbe projekta, međusobna komunikacija aktivnih mladih te razmjena iskustva, ideja, problema i podrške.

    Platforma ostaje kao trajni resurs za komunikaciju i učenje aktivnih mladih i nakon završetka projekta.