elisabeth adams

Francisco Pizzaro, 11, 234234 (Spain)
5446 546546 34563
elisabethpssthemes@yahoo.com
sex female | date of birth 24/02/1990 | nationality spanish

project manager


Independent consultant

British Council

123, Bd Ney, 75023 Paris (France)

Evaluation of European Commission youth training support measures for youth national

agencies and young people

Internship

European Commission, Youth Unit, DG Education and Culture 200, Rue de la Loi, 1049 Brussels (Belgium)

- evaluating youth training programmes for SALTO UK and the partnership between the Council of Europe and European Commission

- organizing and running a 2 day workshop on non-formal education for Action 5 large scale projects focusing on quality, assessment and recognition

- contributing to the steering sroup on training and developing action plans on training for the next 3 years. Working on the Users Guide for training and the support measures

Researcher / Independent Consultant

Council of Europe, Budapest (Hungary)

Working in a research team carrying out in-depth qualitative evaluation of the 2 year Advanced

Training of Trainers in Europe using participant observations, in-depth interviews and focus groups.

Work carried out in training courses in Strasbourg, Slovenia and Budapest.


PhD - Thesis Title: 'Young People in the Construction of the Virtual'

Brunel University, London United Kingdom

Bachelor of Science in Sociology and Psychology

Brunel University, London United Kingdom

- sociology of risk

- sociology of scientific knowledge / information society

- anthropology

E-learning and Psycholog


English

German, French

- team work: I have worked in various types of teams from research teams to national league hockey.

For 2 years I coached my university hockey team

- mediating skills: I work on the borders between young people, youth trainers, youth policy and researchers, for example running a 3 day workshop at CoE Symposium ‘Youth Actor of Social Change’, and my continued work on youth training programmes

- intercultural skills: I am experienced at working in a European dimension such as being a rapporteur at the CoE Budapest ‘youth against violence seminar’ and working with refugees.

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