Train the Trainer Report – Norway – January 2020

In December 2019 the Nordic youth teams had a meeting in Uppsala, Sweden, where we discussed our next camp, NOTA 2020, and worked on other issues related to Nordic youth cooperation. The social aspect of the meet-up was also important, and we of course spent time in the sauna. The meeting had attendees from Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland.
As of now, we are in the process of planning a Nordic youth camp here in Norway. NOTA 2020 will be held at Camp Killingen south of Oslo, and we invite participants from all the Nordic countries, in addition to a few others from IARU R1, to come to Norway this Easter for a great experience. More information about this event will soon be posted to www.ham-yota.com/nota.
We hope that this camp will spark the interest of more youngsters here in Norway, and help us build a better youth group.
The Nordic youth teams have a common Instagram, @nordicsontheair.
For young Norwegian radio amateurs, there is a Facebook group called “Unge radioamatører Norge” Read more

Train the Trainer Report – Norway – December 2018

My report will be short, as I have not done very much in the last months. I do not expect that it will change much the next months either, but I can of course send a short report.
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Norway (LA,LB)
We have not had any norwegian youth activities coordinated with the youth coordinator during the last months.
What did happen, is a Nordic youth team meeting close to Jyväskylä, Finland at the beginning of November. The Norwegian, Swedish and Finnish youth teams met up, joined by the Icelanders over Skype.Read more

Train the Trainer Report – Norway – October 2018

As previously mentioned, I did not know about this programme until today, so my report will be short.

I have unfortunately not done any youth activities in quite a while. Partly because I’m quite unexperienced myself and partly because of living far away from other amateurs. I hope to get tips from other youth coordinators on how to get people interested anyways.

We will have a common Nordics meeting in Finland in the beginning of November, which I hope will be very useful for exchanging information and getting contacts. Read more