Holistic approach in education
Our main aim is to provide participants with the opportunity to explore and experience a holistic approach in education.
ERASMUS+ KA1 training course for educators
Competencies that will be developed by participants of the course
Planning, carrying out, evaluation & analysis of learning process using holistic approach
Mindfulness techniques for
reducing stress and anxiety
Communicaton skills in a multicultural and
Choosing adequate methods, tools & ways for supporting the learning process
Personal reflective practice & learning how to use it for fostering positive students development
During the course the participants will:
● Learn and experience a holistic approach in education;
● Practice connection with the environment;
● Exchange good practices and discuss challenges with fellow colleagues and the course trainers;
● Learn and work together with educators from different European countries.
● Toolbox for further work;
● Tested methods/ tools of a holistic approach in education;
● Inspiration for innovation in the teacher's job.
Location & Dates
Protaras, Cyprus 23 October 2023
St-Martin 12 February 2024
Cappadocia, Turkey 15 April 2024
Estonia 29 April 2024
Cyprus 27 May 2024
Estonia 24 June 2024
Corfu 19 August 2024
Target audience: teachers, trainers, headmasters, school and education managers, educational counsellors, career counsellors, adult educators, other higher educators, other non-governmental organization staff, public servants, and policy makers.
Supportive learning materials of the programme will be sent to the participants in advance.
The training itself will not be built on lectures or presentations, but on searching for effective solutions and inspiration for the participants' practice, discovering experiences of other countries and spending valuable time together. We make tailor-made programmes according to the organisation's needs if the whole group is from one organisation.
Participation fee: 560 €
The amount includes preparation for the course, training, training materials, organizational costs, and cultural and social programme. Accommodation and meals are not included.