The general objective of the project is the development of skills of trainers and teachers in the educational and social field for the transition to blended learning. Given the constraints of the current pandemic and the growing relevance of online training, the project aims to adapt existing training programmes to a form of blended learning, face-to-face and online. The project partners - Organizatia Umanitara CONCORDIA (OUC) in Romania as lead partner, Centre for International Cooperation (CCI) in Italy, and Human Rights Campus (HRC) in the Netherlands - have extensive experience in training, including online and blended. A new component will be the structured development of a programme for trainers that allows to manage the learning of the target group in mixed mode.
Project title: Capacity Building for Trainers and Teachers: Learning the Blended Way
Financer: Erasmus + Programme
Duration: 01.12.2020 - 30.11.2022
Objective of the project:
The project aims to increase the availability of quality blended learning offers, face-to-face and online, in Romania, the Netherlands and Italy. The underlying idea is to develop new competences for teachers and trainers working in the social field. The current context invites more than ever to take advantage of the possibilities offered by technology and at the same time shows us the importance of a "warm" and personalised educational relationship. Training curricula and working tools for the construction of blended courses will be designed and tested according to the needs of the organisations and professionals involved in the project.
Lead partner institution: CONCORDIA Humanitarian Organization - Romania
The project foresees the elaboration of the following intellectual outputs:
By the end of the project:
Expected impact: Increased quality of blended learning programmes developed by project participants and other professionals who access the project results.
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