Organizations that are involved in adult, school or VET education can apply for an Erasmus KA1 Mobility grant to send members of their staff to attend courses in another country for the next one or two years.
The HELLENIC CULTURE CENTRE offers courses in Greece (Athens, Santorini Island), in Germany (Berlin) and Spain (Barcelona):
A. 6-day courses (Friday-Wednesday)
1. Intercultural Skills for adult educators, school teachers and mentors (Working language: ENGLISH)
2. Informal Language teaching methodologies: Language Café, Language Exchange, Montessori for Adults (Working language: ENGLISH)
3. Teaching a foreign language today: an eclectic perspective (for teachers of all foreign languages) (Working language: ENGLISH)
4. I Teach Greek: Training Course in Teaching Greek as a Foreign Language (Working language: GREEK)
5. Learning to teach Greek (Working language: GREEK)
6. Teaching Greek to Adults (Working language: GREEK)
7.Greek as a foreign language (Working language: GREEK)
8.Teacher Training: Greek to non- native speakers (Working language: GREEK)
B. 10-day courses (Monday- Friday)
1.Greek Language and Culture Integrated Programme (Working language: GREEK and ENGLISH, depending on the level)
C. 3- day courses (Friday-Sunday)
1. Language games for all language classes (Working language: ENGLISH)
Note: this course will be offered as a 6-day course too. Any of the 6-day courses could also be offered as a 3-day course, after a relevant adjustment of course content.
New courses will be added on Certification of language teachers in 2015.
See the full description of our courses here and a calendar with all HCC courses from June 2014 to May 2016 here.
This opportunity is provided by the Key Action 1: Learning Mobility of Individuals of the Erasmus Plus Programme. The organization has to submit an application to the National Agency of the country where it is based. In this Application, the organization has to describe a mobility project, in the context of which members of its staff can attend different courses by different providers in Europe.
What your organization should do to apply:
Step 1: Register your organization at the European Commission Authentication Service (ECAS) using the information here:http://eeas.europa.eu/media/subscribe/ecas-user-manual.pdf
Step 2: After registering at ECAS, you have to register at register at the Participant Portal at http://ec.europa.eu/education/participants/portal/desktop/en/home.html in order to get your Personal Identification Code- PIC
Step 3: Contact your National Agency (http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/national-agencies_en.htm) and find the application form for Erasmus Plus KA1. There are different forms for organizations that are involved in Adult, School or VET education.
Step 4: Fill in your application according to the mobilities you wish to realize. Use the description of our courses found above and ask us for further advice.
Step 5: Submit your application to your National Agency by March 24th, 2014.
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