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7 November 2015

TF Malta 2015

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Dear Participants, Welcome to the first ever National Tool Fair in Malta! This event is being organised by the EUPA (European Union Programmes Agency... »»
In 2014 Italy started the new adventure of Tool Fairs in local language. In 2015 Hungary, France, Italy and now Malta realized the so called TF,... »»
Dear friends and collaborators, welcome to the first edition of the National Tool Fair Malta taking place on Saturday 7th November 2015. It is with... »»

The Maltese National Tool Fair aims to provide an open learning space whereby participants will have the opportunity to present tools for non-formal learning they are currently utilising, whilst sharing and learning from their peers.

Participants have the opportunity to present their own learning tool in front of a panel of experts. The highest rated participants presenting the most creative and effective Tool have the possibility to present their tool during the 10th International Tool Fair to be held between the 8th and 12th December 2015 in Budapest, Hungary.

The transnational Tool Fair in Hungary is an International Event which aims to provide space for different sectors (youth, formal and non-formal educational and business) in the Erasmus+ Programme by creating a learning environment which is beneficial for each sector’s representatives. Participating in the Tool Fair X offers chances to shape educational and experiential pathways, to run a workshop to share tools for learning with colleagues from the international level as well as to participate in workshops by others. However, beyond merely experiencing a wide variety of tools for learning, the Tool Fair aims to provide a space to reflect on tools, give and receive feedback and pave the way for their transferability and further development.

We invite people from different sectors such as public and private, to discuss about the transferability of tools into different sectors. Tool Fair is particularly directed at:

  • Youth workers
  • Trainers, facilitators, coaches
  • Youth leaders, leaders of youth groups or representatives of youth organisations
  • Representatives of formal education working with youth
  • Business sector representatives working with youth