ERASMUS+ COURSES

DOREA organises ERASMUS+ Staff Mobility training courses specially designed to meet HEI (Higher Education Institutions) staff, school staff (primary and secondary), and staff working in Adult Education Centres needs.

DOREA courses combine the most effective and fastest-growing models of applied psychology such as Neuro- Linguistic Programming (NLP), Transactional Analysis (AT), Enneagram and Gestalt among others. We pride ourselves in making a real difference in professional and personal lives of the participants of our courses. We use active learning methods in order to maximize benefits for the participants and enable them to start using the new skills straight ahead.

Click here to see all the already confirmed Erasmus+ staff mobility course sessions for 2017 and here for 2018.

10 COUNTRIES, 11 GREAT LOCATIONS, MORE THAN 25 UNIQUE COURSES TO CHOOSE FROM!

In response to rapid changes in technology and methodologies of teaching tools, there is a need for radical change to take place for ICT to be fully exploited in teaching and learning. As stated in “Survey of schools: ICT in Education” teachers still believe that insufficient ICT equipment is the biggest obstacle to ICT use in many countries. However, teacher training in ICT is rarely compulsory and most teachers devote spare time to private study. Thus this 5 days training course is focused to provide the most important information and hands on practical tools that are needed for educators.

Education institutions are under increasing pressure to become responsive to student needs, and there is growing scrutiny of their role in local communities. By supporting entrepreneurs, institutions can broaden the student experience and make an economic and social impact. The EDUpreneurship training aims to make education more student-led, through implementation of entrepreneurship programs for its students.

The training course targets teachers and educators aiming development of their personal and social skills along with self-awareness regarding (dealing with) discrimination in everyday life, their work and their societies. The main theme of the training will be focused on raising awareness of the realities, possibilities and new tools for more inclusive society in the anti-discrimination projects with marginalized groups, against social exclusion.

This course is dedicated to school leaders and its team members and designed to demonstrate, analyse tools for creating clear vision of the role of all elements of the organisation from single person to strategy of whole school. Practical exercises will provide participants possibility to learn methods in creation “whole school approach”, share good practices of Human Resource Management, learn effective strategic planning, increase knowledge how to establish effective cooperation with parents, etc. Overall, participants will be empowered to organize their own quality system.

This course is for those professionals who understand the necessity for inclusive education that can accommodate the needs of all learners, embracing learners with disabilities, in terms of both teaching methods and facilities, and they are interested in becoming generators of progress towards this direction.

The course aim is to introduce a revolutionary approach of inclusive Classroom management and equip participants with ways of creating an environment, atmosphere and positive relationships between the teacher and students that are conductive to accomplishing the school mission, as well as reinforce their desire to make a difference in children’s lives and to have a positive influence on their future.

This is a Master class course designed for people involved in the preparation and submission of EU funded proposals. The participants will have the chance to acquire in depth knowledge of the key issues related to drafting a quality proposal that has increased chances to secure funding from any of the major programmes within European Union.

During this course participants will have the opportunity to combine the acquisition of new knowledge and state-of-the-art insight into major aspects of internationalization today, with project management for thematic approach in specific topic for Erasmus+ KA1/KA2, Horizon2020 (Environment and Climate Action, Transport, etc.). Networking week will target you to increase connectedness, complexity of partnership, which fosters substantive ties among your possible partners.

Mismatch between educational system and labour market is a challenging issue and in practice, this means ‘introducing business governance into schools, proper careers advice with direct links to business, and measuring the success of schools and universities based on the employment outcomes of pupils’. Hence, this important and universal challenge can be solved not only through the changes of study processes, but also with the help of proactive initiatives, such us traineeship (volunteering/work placement). This is where the role of Erasmus+ coordinators and officers as well as career advisors in educational institutions becomes crucial.

Delegates will be shown how they can best appreciate the other team members and coach them to develop the skills they have in order to create a confident, relaxed, and constructive team. Experiential and group exercises demonstrate how to bring teams closer together by making communication more clear and direct.

Stress is inevitable. It walks in and out of our lives on a regular basis. Burnout is a mixture of professional exhaustion, and disillusionment with other people, the organization, or the career, over the long term. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to minimize and cope with stress and learn how to avoid burnout.

Learn to apply decision-making and problem-solving skills to reduce risk and choose the best course of action while strategically achieving objectives. The overarching aim of this particular seminar is to help participants develop soft skills and enhance understanding on conflict management, contempt and negativity.

This programme provides practical help to enable participants to grasp the mind set of an expert trainer. Appreciating the ‘inner game’ of beliefs and values is crucial when designing and running a training program. The course also covers six skills sets that are essential to facilitating dynamic and powerful training events.

This unique programme aims to teach the participants to identify strengths and abilities of a pupil/youth that can go undetected in the formal educational environment. During this course participants will cover a range of teaching ideas and activities such as learner styles and multiple intelligences, using multimedia and modern technology to enliven lessons, motivate and encourage students to explore their talents and self- improvement.

The seminar is based on personality typology called Enneagram. The system describes 9 basic personality types with their specific motivations, values, strong points and challenges. The aim of the seminar is to introduce Enneagram, which is a personality typology model, and to enable the participants to apply the model in an educational setting.

The seminar gives teachers the opportunity to enhance their understanding of emotional intelligence and how to apply that understanding in a teaching role in informal environment and helping others to manage change and deal with stress.

This programme aims to equip teachers, trainers and office staff in universities and schools with the essential intercultural skills, knowledge and competencies required for working with international students. Emphasis is given to the influence of culture on the interpretation of the communication act and to the communication skills that enhance intercultural communication. After this course participants will be able to demonstrate understanding of personal, situational and cultural factors in intercultural communication.

This course is ideal for all those educators (primary & secondary teachers, university staff (academic & admin), adult educators, trainers & coaches) who want to improve their  English level. It aims to give participants a basic knowledge of reading, listening, spoken and written skills in a dynamic and communicative way, through individual, pair and group work and pre-recorded and authentic texts. Course participants will be expected to use the range of resources available to them during the training and to communicate with native speakers wherever possible, in order to develop cultural competence. This course is designed to be very flexible and can be adapted to suit the specific needs of the participants.

English for Educators: set the base (level I) course is for teachers/educators who have an Elementary (A2), Pre-intermediate (A2/B1) or an intermediate (B1) language levels, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

This course is ideal for all those educators (primary & secondary teachers, university staff (academic & admin), adult educators, trainers & coaches) who want to improve their English level. It aims to give participants an intermediate knowledge of reading, listening, spoken and written skills in a dynamic and communicative way, through individual, pair and group work and pre-recorded and authentic texts. Course participants are expected to use the range of resources available to during the training and to communicate with native speakers wherever possible, in order to develop cultural competence. This course is designed to be very flexible and can be adapted to suit the specific needs of the participants.

English for Educators: set the base (level II) course is for teachers/educators who have at least intermediate (B1) language levels, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

During this course participants will learn how drama activities can be incorporated in the curriculum material – how concepts, ideas, events, and people can be dramatized through improvisation, pantomime, and playwriting to stimulate interest, convey knowledge, gain comprehension, and improve retention.

School principals, managers and teachers should know about health and safety when engaged in work or as future members of the workforce. This course will help you to identify risks and hazards in school, your duties and responsibilities and understand health and safety legislation.

Educational institutions are a common ground for injuries or illnesses. The provision of appropriate first aid in the workplace can contribute positively to maintaining life, minimizing the consequences of injury or illness and accelerating the time of convalescence. With the completion of this course, participants will be able to provide adequate aid to the person in need, until the advent of specialised care.

Safety at work is fundamental and health and safety requires a committed management to be effective. Managing safely is suitable for managers, supervisors and any other responsible authority in any sector, and any organisation. It’s designed to get managers up to speed on the practical actions they need to take to handle health and safety in their premises.

The seminar is a result of the findings of the Grundtvig multilateral project “Skills for True Wellbeing”. The contents and methods have been piloted by 7 organisations in 6 countries and have proven to be beneficial for developing skills that have positive impact on the level of wellbeing of the participants.
The seminar is centered on two main topics: “healthy self” and “healthy relationships” and corresponding sets of skills: 1) stress management and 2) communication as a foundation for enhancing wellbeing in educators