Category: Courses

Every Class Your Stage
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January 15, 2018October 26, 2018

Every Class Your Stage

  •    Funded by Erasmus Plus
  •    Course fee : 1.450€ (incl. full board)
  •    MADRID 3th to10th July 2019
  •    BELFAST 14th to 20th July 2019

This course is designed by popular request from schools and local authorities to support drama teachers and guide non drama specialists on how to successfully introduce drama clubs and theatre productions into the fabric of the school year.

Interacting in Edinburgh – Let’s Tell Your Story
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December 26, 2017October 26, 2018

Interacting in Edinburgh – Let’s Tell Your Story

  •  14st  to 20th of April 2019
  •   Erasmus +
  •   Course fee: 1.300€ (this includes half board)

Training during the course will be competence based and follow parallel strands of the interpersonal/social and the professional. Tasks will be set according to the agreed set of competences to be developed or acquired either individually or in teams.

Tailor Made Courses
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January 13, 2015July 3, 2017

Tailor Made Courses

The Erasmus Plus programme encourages and facilitates schools and institutions to co-design their training courses directly with providers.

When you have a group of 7 or more teachers, Interacting can develop the course to suit your training needs,

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March 18, 2014June 8, 2017

¿Cómo conseguir el PIC?

Antes de aplicar para una beca, es necesario que todas las instituciones se registren en el Portal de Participantes de la Comisión Europea del área de Educación, Audiovisual, Cultura, Ciudadanía y Voluntariado, correspondiente con los siguientes programas: El Portal de Participantes es una herramienta para la administración electrónica de toda la documentación legal y financiera...

Play to Learn in Madrid
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January 31, 2014October 26, 2018

Play to Learn in Madrid

MADRID DATES 2019

  • 21th - 27th of April 2019
  • 7th - 13th of July 2019
  • 27th September - 2th October 2019

Courso Fee

  • 1450€ (Fullboard)

Get your Erasmus+ Grant

Application deadline for the courses is the 2nd Febrary 2019. Help your school go through the seven steps of course application!

Help me apply!

¿Quién puede solicitar E+?
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January 31, 2014June 8, 2017

¿Quién puede solicitar E+?

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

Here below are listed the formal criteria that a school education / adult education mobility project must respect in order to be eligible for an Erasmus+ grant:

Who can apply?

  • A school (i.e. an institution providing general, vocational, or technical education on any level from pre-school to upper secondary education) established in a Programme Country and sending its staff abroad. To be precise:
    • Pre-Primary
    • Primary
    • General secondary
    • Vocational/Technical secondary
    • Special education for disabled persons
  • An adult (vocational) education organisation established in a Programme Country and sending its staff abroad or the coordinator of a national adult education consortium. A consortium must comprise at least three adult education organisations.
  • Individuals cannot apply directly for a grant.

Eligible activities

  • A learning mobility project must comprise at least staff training or teaching assignments.

Number of participating organisations

  • The number of organisations in the application form is one (the applicant).
  • During the implementation of the mobility project, a minimum of two organisations (the applicant or sending organisation and the receiving or course provider) from different countries must be involved.

Eligible participating organisations for staff training

  • The sending organisation must be a school or an organisation for adult education (the applicant).
  • The receiving organisation can be non-profit organisation providing in-service training for teachers and school staff.
  • Each organisation must be established in a Programme Country.

Duration of project

  • The applicant must choose the duration, 1 or 2 years, based on the objective of the project and on the type of activities planned over time. Schools / organisations for adult education can apply for funding for training courses in 2014-2015 or 2014-2015 and 2015-2016. 

Duration of the course

  • From 2 days to 2 weeks, excluding travel time. Normally our courses comprise a period of 6 training days and 2 travel days.

Venue of the staff training

  • Mobility activities must be carried out abroad, in another Programme Country. We organise our courses in Spain, Ireland and Germany.

Target audience

  • Teachers (Pre-school, primary, secondary, vocational, adult, special needs)
  • Teacher trainers
  • Careers officers, educational guides and counsellors
  • Inspectors
  • Headteachers/principals/managers of schools/organisations offering adult education
  • Other (Paid or voluntary) management staff in the institution/organisation
  • Members of students/teachers councils in adult education

Where to apply?

  • To the National Agency of the country in which the applicant organisation is established

When to apply?

  • Applicants have to submit their grant application by 24TH March at 12.00 PM (midday Brussels time)
  • A school can apply only once per selection round or school year.  The selection round for the school year 2014 – 2015 has the deadline for application on 24th March 2014.

application help

Seven Steps to Apply for your Erasmus+ Grant
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January 31, 2014June 8, 2017

Seven Steps to Apply for your Erasmus+ Grant

Follow these seven simple steps to apply for your grant:

1- EXPLORE THE SITE AND SELECT THE COURSES

  • After exploring our site, you can make a preliminary selection of courses you would like to apply for.
  • You can attend the courses with several members of your school team.
  • The final decision on the selection of the courses and the number of people only has to be taken during the completion of the application form.
  • In view of receiving help with the application and a good preparation of the course, contact the course organizers and make a pre-registration.

2- MAKE THE REGISTRATION

  • Click on "Registration".
  • A Google drive document will open.
  • Complete the required information.
  • Check the correct spelling of your email address, as emailing is the only way we can contact you for help with the application.
  • Submit this information by clicking on the sending or submit button in the document.

3- RECEIVE THE CONFIRMATION OF YOUR REGISTRATION

  • Shortly after the pre-registration, you will receive a confirmation mail.
  • Together with this mail, we'll send you some useful information and help to complete your application documents.

4- DOWLOAD THE APPLICATION FORM FROM THE SITE OF YOUR NATIONAL AGENCY

  • To find the site of your National Agency (NA) click on "National Agencies".
  • Look on the site of your NA for the appropriate application file and download it.
  • If you belong to the school education sector (Comenius), the document should bear a name very similar to "KA1 School Education Staff Mobility.
  • If you belong to the adult education sector (Grundtvig), the document should bear a name very similar to "KA1 Adult Education Staff Mobility.

5- COMPLETE APPLICATION FORM

  • In case of doubt, do not hesitate to contact us!

6- SUBMIT THE COMPLETED APPLICATION FORM TO YOUR N.A

  • Digitally: by clicking on "Submit on line"; see second last page of application form.
  • Very strict deadline! March 4th, 2015 (12:00 h CET / Brussels time.)

7- CONTACT US IMMEDIATELY AFTER APPROVAL

  • After approval, contact us immediately by mail.
  • We'll send you all information concerning the course.
Erasmus+ introduction
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January 31, 2014June 8, 2017

Erasmus+ introduction

  • The application of funding in Erasmus implies following a strict procedure.
  • No more individuals are able to apply. The head of the school/organization will decide the number of members from the school/organization that will be sent to attend the in-service training courses.
  • The head of the school/organization applies for a grant to attend a course that will cover the needs of the school/organisation. The course has to fit into the schools' development plan.
  • The main point in the application is the European Strategy for developing the school/organization. Here the applicant has to identify its needs and benefits of sending staff to training abroad.
  • There is no limit to the number of people attending a course or the requested grant, but it has to be realistic. A team can attend the same course.The application could cover a one or two year's period.
  • The funding consists out of several elements. For detailed amounts see table on the page informing on who can apply for the grant.
    • Travel: depends the distance.
    • Subsistence: (training days + travel days) x daily allowance; your National Agency decides the amount.
    • Course fee: fixed at € 70 per course day
    • Organisational costs: € 350 per participant
    • Special needs support: depends individual situation

The deadline for application is 24th March 2014 and the selection results are expected in June 2014.

We can help you and guide you through the application procedure. Don't hesitate to contact us.

The playingCLIL Games
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January 31, 2014October 26, 2018

The playingCLIL Games

A new way of learning

2019 courses in Berlin and Belfast

A brand new course connecting with our biggest EU project so far, to develop a games based methodology for teaching in bilingual contexts.

  •    Supported by The European Union ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME
  •    Course Fee: 1.450€ (Berlin) & 1300€ (Belfast), payable after receipt of the Erasmus plus grant.

Dates and location

The course will take place in BERLIN and BELFAST  at the following dates:

2019 DATES

  • BELFAST 
    • 30th June - 6th July 2019
    • 27th October - 2nd November 2019
  • BERLIN
    • 18th - 24th August
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January 31, 2014July 3, 2017

Playing CLIL

Introducing a new methodology

At the University of LAS PALMAS, CANARY ISLANDS from October 26th – 1st November, 2014

A brand new course connecting with our BIG project to develop a games based methodology for teaching in bilingual contexts.

  •    BERLIN: Febuary 2015 (exact date will follow soon)
  •    Supported by The European Union ERASMUS PLUS PROGRAMME
  •    Course Fee: 1.200 €, payable after receipt of the Erasmus plus grant.

Playing CLIL is a transversal European project introducing a new and innovative games-based methodology to the CLIL way of teaching.
This new methodology will be implemented and tested in different educational contexts (schools, vocational training and adult education). Teachers from these educational centres will attend a training course.