Erasmus+ Courses - KA1


In order to firmly confirm our courses we have to wait for the next steps regarding the travelling restrictions within EU  related to Coronavirus situation.

Courses from March to June will be organized at a later date while those from July on are pending. More information about each session can be obtained by email:

Thank you for your understanding and support!




Eruditus School would like to introduce to you the training courses specially designed for teachers, adult educators or private/public organisations’ staff according to the EU objectives within the learning mobility action of the Erasmus+ programme - KA1.

PIC: 915987103/OID: E10185249                     



Destinations of our courses:

  • Oslo, Norway
  • Rome, Italy
  • Paris, France
  • Valletta, Malta
  • Bucharest, Romania
  • Konstanz, Germany

They are run by highly qualified and supportive trainers with years of experience who are dedicated professionals committed to creating a very positive learning environment.
Should you have any questions, please, do not hesitate to contact us at or send us a message using the contact form.


You can register for any of our courses here or on the courses webpage. Please, check the sessions of each course first and choose one session per registration.





Course 1

Title of the training activity: “Interactive teaching - Using educational games and new technology in order to enhance learners' motivation”

Language used for the training and materials: English

Target Audience:
Teachers of different subjects
Teacher Trainers
Career Officers, Educational Guides and Counsellors
Head teachers/managers of organisations offering adult education


This course has been designed for teachers of different subjects who wish to find out new interactive methods of teaching. It provides both computer and non-computer based games in order to equip the participants with practical ideas to create an effective and attractive learning environment.


Course 2

Title of the training activity: “Coping with Web 2.0 technology -a challenge for contemporary education”

General approach:
The aim of the course is to train education professionals to face the multiple challenges of Web 2.0 technologies

Target group:
Teachers, teacher trainers, school librarians, other education professionals interested

Focus of the training activity:
The course will focus on discussing and exploring the practices of young people with regard to Web 2.0 applications and how to deal with it in the classroom making use of their huge potential.


Course 3

Title of the training activity: “English and New Technology”

Language used for the training and materials: English

Target Audience: Teachers of any subject (Science, Arts, PSHE, PE, ICT), Private or Public Organisation Staff, Teacher Trainers etc.

Description of the training event

The course takes place in two international cities where English is widely spoken and it is designed for all teachers who want to improve their English knowledge and at the same time to integrate the use of technology in their teaching.  It follows a functional approach and it provides participants with a variety of Internet resources which will help them practice their speaking, reading, writing and listening. Each day focuses on specific vocabulary, a grammar structure and a WEB 2.0 tool to practice them. 


Course 4

Title of the training activity:“How an effective classroom management can lead to students’ academic performances increase, to early school leaving decrease and to a positive communication environment”

Language used for the training and materials: English

Target Audience:
Teachers (Pre-School, Primary, Secondary, Vocational)
Teacher Trainers
Head teachers


Course 5

Title of the training activity: “Deutsch Intensivkurs”

Language used for the training and materials: German

Target Audience: Teachers of any subject (Science, Arts, PSHE, PE, ICT), Private or Public Organisation Staff, Teacher Trainers


German is the most widely spoken native language in Europe and the second most-spoken language on the continent of Europe. It gives learners access to the language, culture, and marketplace of three important European nations: Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.  Together, the citizens of these three countries combined with native speakers in other parts of the globe make German the tenth most spoken language in the world.