Youth work essentials

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Summary

We are talking with Sabine Klocker from Austria and Jonas Agdur from Sweden about quality and standards in youth work. This podcast was produced for the MOOC - Essentials of Youth Work. 
Jonas Agdur (Sweden) spent 18 years as a youth worker, the head of a youth centre and street worker in suburban Stockholm. After moving to Gothenburg in 1998 he became head of a local department for youth work and in 2005 he founded and became executive chair of KEKS, today a network of 43 local departments for youth work. Jonas also chaired the European Expert Group on Youth Work Quality systems between 2013 and 2015 and in 2014 he became chair of InterCity Youth, the European Network of Local Departments for Youth Work, with almost 400 member departments. He is a member of the 3rd Youth Work Convention steering group. 
Sabine Klocker (Austria) works as a trainer, psychosocial coach and supervisor. She has been training for the European institutions and NGOs in Europe, Africa and the U.S. She especially loves the field of personal and organisational development and working with disadvantaged or special needs’ groups. She has been active as a youth worker and trainer on local/national European level for 25 years and is a member of the trainers pool of the CoE since 2005. She worked as Secretary General of an International NGO or as temporary educational advisor for the Youth Department of the CoE. She has worked in many study sessions, Training of Trainers, seminars and symposia, preferably on topics such as Human Rights Education, Intercultural Learning, Youth Participation, Personal and Organisational Development. Her passion is life-long-learning, training, creativity and music. Moreover, she has a genuine interest for human beings, in specific, young people and their lives, worries, struggles and inspirations. Sabine is crazy about interculturalism, the joy of life, hidden potentials, the inner child and more! - She combines it all at her training and coaching practice in Vienna/Austria.
Podcast host: Dariusz Grzemny

Show Notes

We are talking with Sabine Klocker from Austria and Jonas Agdur from Sweden about quality and standards in youth work. This podcast was produced for the MOOC - Essentials of Youth Work. 

Jonas Agdur (Sweden) spent 18 years as a youth worker, the head of a youth centre and street worker in suburban Stockholm. After moving to Gothenburg in 1998 he became head of a local department for youth work and in 2005 he founded and became executive chair of KEKS, today a network of 43 local departments for youth work. Jonas also chaired the European Expert Group on Youth Work Quality systems between 2013 and 2015 and in 2014 he became chair of InterCity Youth, the European Network of Local Departments for Youth Work, with almost 400 member departments. He is a member of the 3rd Youth Work Convention steering group. 

Sabine Klocker (Austria) works as a trainer, psychosocial coach and supervisor. She has been training for the European institutions and NGOs in Europe, Africa and the U.S. She especially loves the field of personal and organisational development and working with disadvantaged or special needs’ groups. She has been active as a youth worker and trainer on local/national European level for 25 years and is a member of the trainers pool of the CoE since 2005. She worked as Secretary General of an International NGO or as temporary educational advisor for the Youth Department of the CoE. She has worked in many study sessions, Training of Trainers, seminars and symposia, preferably on topics such as Human Rights Education, Intercultural Learning, Youth Participation, Personal and Organisational Development. Her passion is life-long-learning, training, creativity and music. Moreover, she has a genuine interest for human beings, in specific, young people and their lives, worries, struggles and inspirations. Sabine is crazy about interculturalism, the joy of life, hidden potentials, the inner child and more! - She combines it all at her training and coaching practice in Vienna/Austria.

Podcast host: Dariusz Grzemny

What is Youth work essentials?

Podcasts of the EU-CoE partnership in the field of youth. Participation, social inclusion, youth work, better knowledge, visibility of youth work & youth policy. The podcasts were prepared for the MOOC on Youth Work Essentials