The Basic Training programme provides participants with an introduction to Virtual Exchange and Transnational Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange Projects through a learning-by-doing approach.
Programme Length: 4 weeks
Number of Participants: max. 100
Target Audience: University staff and youth workers
Over 4 weeks participants engage in some of the activities that characterise this type of project such as asynchronous discussion and synchronous facilitated video sessions while learning about what it takes to implement a successful project. The training has a weekly time commitment of 2-3 hours of work and requires no previous experience with Virtual Exchange.
Who is this for?
Anyone interested in learning more about Virtual Exchange
How is it delivered?
On a Moodle platform and with synchronous video conferences
How long does it last an what is the time commitment?
2-3 hours a week for 4 weeks
What topics are covered?
- What is Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange;
- Digital Literacies
- Online Presence
- Challenges in VE
What are the benefits for participants?
- Understanding of what VE is and what is required to successfully implement VE.
- Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange Badge upon completion
- 2 to 29 June. Deadline to register: 29 May 2019
- 8 September to 5 October 2019. Deadline to register: 25 August 2019
All training is offered in French and English.
Please complete our expression of interest and you will be contacted about further opportunities.
The Collaborative TEP Design programme is designed to take partnering educators and their support teams through the steps required to design and implement a successful Virtual Exchange.
Since the needs of Youth Organisations differ from those of Higher Education Institutions, we offer customised support for such Organisations interested in setting up Transnational Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange Projects.