The project aims at creating and implementing a common training program, on the basis of what already exists and on the development of truly innovative modules, built from a common reflection shared by all the actors intervening in stations

The European project gathers six organizations from four member-states of the European Union ( Italy, Bulgaria, France, and Luxemburg) around a common goal: building a training program related to the take up of wandering people in stations. 

The idea of the project has emergence in the context of the European Charter for the development of social initiatives in train stations. This Charter aims at developing a “collaborative work based on mutual trust, information and good practices exchanges consciously and respectfully of national and societal differences that can exist between the organizations”. 

The project Train in Stations is financed by the European Commission, via the ANSA (Agence nouvelle des solidarités actives), as part of the ERASMUS+ program. 
The later is a European program financing vocational and education training projects as well as youth and sports projects for the period 2014-2020. 

Project's objective

Train in Stations aims at creating and implementing a common training program, on the basis of what already exists and on the development of truly innovative modules, built from a common reflection shared by all the actors intervening in stations. 

The project aims at preparing the first European class of trainers on social intervention in stations. Co-construction work and the preparation of the class of trainers will be done concomitantly. The class of trainers will hence take a predominant place during the training modules construction. A third objective is to implement the first training modules in the partner companies and to evaluate its impacts.