3 online courses will be started on 13 February 2022 which aim to provide new opportunities for the professional development of basic skills teachers. The courses are 8-week long self-paced online courses supplemented with tutorial support and 3 live webinars and online forums for interactions, exchange and peer discussions. The courses have been developed within an Erasmus KA3 project by a consortium led by EBSN, several EBSN members and experts as well as associated higher education institutions contributed to the development work.
Read more about the project and the consortium here
Registration deadline 8 February (Wednesday)!
The newly announced courses include:
- “Empowering the adult learners of basic skills courses” – available for adult basic skills teachers, tutors and adult educators from any European country.
Additional two courses are available in two specific countries this time:
- “Basic literacy” – available for adult basic skills teachers, tutors and adult educators who are active practitioners in Malta.
- “Diversity and interculturalism” – available for adult basic skills teachers, tutors and adult educators who are active practitioners in Norway.
Please share the information and encourage practitioners to look into these unique opportunities for professional development!