The main of the course is to develop the skills of professionals
in the field of cultural tourism and empower them to plan, promote, implement
and evaluate events based on cultural tourism. The course is addressed to:
professionals working in the field of hospitality
and tourism, cultural tourism, culture, history and archaeology
anyone interested in exercising
entrepreneurial activity in the cultural tourism sector
The students should have at least an intermediate knowledge of English. Due to the COVID19 pandemic, the course is going to be organised entirely online. Application are open to people from every European country but the positions are strictly limited (50).
In the framework of the European project Erasmus+ SEDIN (Creative Methods for Successful Inclusion in Multicultural Schools) we invite you to participate in an online seminar which aims to develop your skills and competencies in relation with the use of elements of the Montessori Method and the Creative Learning method in order to promote social inclusion in the classroom. The seminar is addressed to elementary school teachers and teachers that are working with children from different nationalities. Positions are limited and a strict order of priority will be observed.
12 teachers of the beauty sector (hairdressers and beauticians) from Belgium, Lithuania, and Portugal have started their journey to the world of blended learning. Teachers accepted a challenge to participate in 4-day training activities in Belgium in order to learn how to organize blended learning and use the right IT tools for the development of digital content. Michalis from Action was the trainer for the methodology part of the training.
In the 6th and 7th of February, the first meeting of the project KINESIS- School and Community Based Sports for the Social Inclusion of Vulnerable Target Groups took place in Athens and was hosted by Action Synergy.
KINESIS is a new project which is focusing on a community-based approach in order to promote the social inclusion of vulnerable children through the cooperation of schools, sport clubs and community based organisations.
If you are a young person and you are interested to develop your soft skills, then you can try out our new Toolkit that was developed in the framework of the Understanding My Journey project.
The Toolkit is mainly intended for young people who are already involved in some kind of activity or project, such as study, youth volunteering projects, work experience or employability training. By trying out techniques, you can increase your level of the skills and gain in self-confidence.
The Toolkit includes practical guidance for developing 8 different soft skills together with overall advice on how to use each soft skill section. The 8 soft skills are as follows: Positive Attitude, Communication, Adaptability, Time & Energy Management, Work Ethic, Problem Solving & Analytical Thinking, Teamwork, Leadership. it is available in 6 languages (English, Greek, Italian, Croatian, Polish and Portuguese).