Welcome to a world of workshops, trainings and counselling for developing creativity, generating and realizing ideas and learning to learn.

People who can present their ideas clearly have a greater chance of success. The greater the number of people who can realize their ideas, the more developed and successful the society.

TiPovej! is an educational organization that carries out workshops and trainings at schools, non-governmental organisations and companies in order to help the participants find their own creativity, teach them creative thinking and search for new solutions through teamwork.

TiPovej! is an excellent springboard for youth to achieve personal success. We help them move along the path to self-actualisation by teaching them creative thinking and idea realisation as well as encouraging them to set ambitious goals and make their dreams come true.

TiPovej! wants to bring about a society that favours bringing ideas to life and create a social environment where good ideas will turn into projects and organisations and get realized. We want to establish and maintain an environment that is safe, tolerant and favourably disposed towards ideas and their implementation.


TiPovej! workshops contribute towards personal growth of individual participants, improve group atmosphere and cohesion.

1. Characteristics of non-formal learning

Non-formal learning is always purposeful, designed with present learning goals and a method to reach them. The participants set the learning goals by themselves or actively participate in their creation. The role of the "student" crosses into the role of the "teacher" and vice versa.

2. Stress on developing an individual’s potential

The educational process fosters and enables the participants to achieve all the necessary values, competencies, knowledge and understanding to live fruitful lives. It also generates confidence and creativity in all life circumstances.

3. The method of work is learning that includes 3 key competencies:


means awareness of oneself as a learner, motivation to learn, the setting of learning objectives ...


the action when you dare to realize your idea when you dare to speak.


is a basic human trait that our way of working becomes a skill and preference.

4. Approach and methods:

  • Experiential and non-formal learning,
  • Active cooperation,
  • Creative solutions,
  • Open and accessible communication,
  • Accomplished process and implementation.


POSITION PAPER to the European Commission’s public consultation on a European approach to micro-credentials for lifelong learning and employability

Our consortium of the Erasmus+ funded KA3 capacity building project “Cities of Learning: youth co-design learning, civic and career pathways” supports the European Commission’s efforts and commitment to collect ideas for the development of a common definition for micro-credentials, European Union (EU) standards for their quality and transparency and the next steps to be taken at the institutional, national and EU level.

We contribute with our extensive experience in and expertise of using and promoting digital Open Badges which is a global standard for micro-credentials. Open Badges enable learners and learning providers to record information related to the learning process, achievements or competences. Each badge has important metadata built within: name, description, criteria, the issuing body, evidence, the date of issuing and other additional information. Diverse organisations, businesses, institutions, schools, colleagues and universities use badges to validate and recognise learning and achievements in Europe and beyond. The Open Badges standard may allow connections with ESCO or any other European or national qualification framework, giving transparency to the achievements represented by a badge.

We very much welcome the proposed common European definition, common characteristics and a roadmap of actions aiming to establish a European approach to micro-credentials. Furthermore, we want to draw attention to the following ten key areas to be addressed and included within the European approach to micro-credentials: file.

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Thirteen recommendations for companions to young people on their entrepreneurial path

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Virtual exchanges for young people - no. 2

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Announcing the exhibition “RENT + COSTS” of Kvadratni meter group

Within our international project "BITE of Art" and with the help or Public Institute Young Dragons we organized an open call for young artists. One of the selected groups Kvadratni meter invites you...

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