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Training Courses | Archive
The qualification programme “Intercultural Sensitivity in Vocational Orientation” can be counted among the most extensive intercultural training courses in Germany. Between March 2016 and June 2017 more than 400 professionals from the field of vocational orientation were trained in 23 learning groups in their intercultural sensitivity and competence. This long-term blended training course consisted of three two-day workshops, complemented with online learning materials for individual self-study and an online learning process moderated and guided by the trainers. Read more
“Między Innymi” (engl. “Among Others”) aims at developing intercultural awareness and competence of future teachers, educators, youth and social workers and bringing Intercultural and Non-Formal Education to Higher Education Institutions. The initiative started 2010 in Poland and is a joint initiative between the Foundation for the Development of the Education System (FRSE) and the German-Polish Youth Office (PNWM). Read more
Higher Education | Facilitation & Moderation
More than 50 people from various higher educational institutions around Europe met from 26.11.-29.11.2018 in Łódź, Poland to exchange experience and good practises on innovative teaching methods in Higher Education. They shared experience and tools as well as worked on future project ideas for strategic partnership activities within the European Erasmus+ Programme. Read more
Youth Work Competence
Das Einsteigertraining “Jugendbegegnungen+” ermöglicht den TeilnehmerInnen, Jugendbegegnungen im Rahmen des Programms Erasmus+ Jugend in Aktion von der Idee über die Programmgestaltung bis hin zur Antragstellung zu planen. Read more
2014: Verbert, Belgien
2015: Salzburg, Austria
2016 und 2017: Beaufort, Luxembourg
2018: Bonn/Bad Godesberg, Deutschland
The Polish-Lithuanian Blended Training Course for EVS mentors was organised by the Polish and Lithuanian National Agencies from October 2014 till May 2015. This pilot project was carried out with the support of the Erasmus+ Programme.
The report serves not only as a retrospective presentation on what were the elements carried out through out the project, but also looks at what impact it has created on participants as well as presents a model to be considered for long term support for EVS mentors in the future.