The LOGGED-ON In-service training courses
During the lifespan of the LOGGED-ON project we have held (according to the responses from the delegates) two very successful In-service training courses.
The second LOGGED-ON In-service training course was held in the coastal town of Haugesund on the rugged west coast of Norway on the 25th-26th of April 2018.
This time there were fewer participants (16 in total), however the response that we received from these teachers from primary and lower secondary schools was overwhelming and we realised that the In-service training course met a need.
Brochure ISTC2 >>
Online training course handbook >>
The aims of the training course
The aim of the In-service training courses are to enhance the capacity of non-specialist ICT teachers and others working in education, providing them with the tools necessary to empower students' learning through the use of technology. During the 2 day course the participants experience interactive workshops, the LOGGED-ON market place, school visits, cultural events and more.
While the two planned courses are now completed, it is still possible to register your interest in a future EU funded training course (should there be one).
Under the new Erasmus+ programme, the Heads of Schools (and not individual teachers) will be able to organize several mobility activities for staff or teachers from your school/institution to attend Mobility Training courses abroad.
These mobility activities can be applied for a period of one OR two years through one grant application.
The school does not need to identify the courses in advance but this will help with the application as your Head will know whether the courses do address the needs of the teachers!
In this new programme, the provider that is charge of receiving foreign adult education staff and offering them a programme of training activities is called a “partner”. This means that if you choose our course, in the new Erasmus+ we will become partners. Please read the following Erasmus+ guide...
Remember that it’s fundamental to apply for a PIC number!
All interested organizations must first register and provide their basic legal and financial data in the Unique Registration Facility (URF) of the European Commission’s Participant Portal. Once the registration in the Participant Portal is completed, the organization will obtain a nine-digit PIC number. The PIC number is a unique identifier which enables the organisation to take advantage of on-line application forms.
Please, if you need more information don’t hesitate to contact us!