The applicant adds the following documentation to the application:1. Certification from the Tax and Customs Board on absence of tax arrears;2. Copy of the Youth Camp Leader certificate, issued by the Estonian Youth Work Centre, if there are more than 15 children and young people in the youth camp;3. Copy of the Youth Camp Educator certificate, issued by the Estonian Youth Work Centre;4. Youth camp’s program or sample of the daily schedule.5. Written approval from the rural municipality or city government on whose administrative territory the youth camp will be carried out, to organize the youth camp or a copy of the youth camp activity license issued by the Ministry of Education and Research.6. written booking concerning the time and place the youth camp will be organised.7. certificate from the Health Protection Inspectorate and Rescue Board confirming the conformity of the premises (buildings), furnishing and the land are to health, fire safety and rescue requirements, except when a copy of the activity license of the entrepreneur is provided, who provides accommodation or catering service.8. a copy of the activity license of the entrepreneur that provides accommodation or catering service.9. In case of tent camps the approval from the Health Protection Inspectorate that the activities of the youth camp conform to the health protection requirements.
What to do with the form
Send with necessary additional materials to Tallinn Sports and Youth Department, Vabaduse Väljak 10b, 10146 TALLINN.
The applicant will be informed by phone or e-mail of the youth camp benefit committee’s decision to allocate benefit and denial will be communicated by mail.List of allocated benefits will be published on the department’s webpage.
What to do when the result is unsatisfactory:
Pursuant to the Administrative Procedure Act it is possible to submit a challenge to the directive or to contest it in Tallinn Administrative Court (Pärnu mnt 7, Tallinn 15082) within 30 days since the directive has been communicated.