…means facilitating individual and group learning in an enriching environment, as well as establishing dialogue and ensuring cooperation mechanisms with individuals, groups and communities. This means that the youth worker has the attitudes, knowledge and skills to support young people in identifying and pursuing their learning needs and to then choose, adapt or create methods, methodologies and digital tools in residential and online environments accordingly. Ideally, the youth worker and the young person trust each other. The youth worker actively supports and enhances young people’s learning processes, self-responsibility, and motivation, and the youth worker empowers young people to improve their personal situation and to stand in solidarity with others to do the same.
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