Every month we publish news and updates regarding deadlines, events or changes to our organisation. We believe in transparency, and this way you’re less likely to miss out on information about European mobility, Erasmus+ funds, our Internship and Teacher Development Programmes and how to make the most of your project. Any questions? Please contact us or post a comment below.
1. Spring 2016 Teacher Development courses are now open for enrolment
Are you a teacher or school employee who is interested in developing further in your field? Our courses, due to run in the Spring of 2016, are now open for registration. You can sign up on our website or email iuliana[at]adc-tt.co.uk if you want more information about how to apply for Erasmus+ funding. The dates are as follows:
Young Learners: 11th - 15th January 2016 (1 week)
Managing and Developing Self and Others: 8th - 12th February 2016 (1 week)
British Culture & Society: 22nd - 26th February 2016 (1 week)
Young Learners: 29th February - 11th March 2016 (2 weeks)
Content and Language Integrated Learning: 7th - 18th March 2016 (2 weeks)
Looking to spread the word about the international profile of your school? If you are one of our partners - a former teacher or coordinator - we are now gathering testimonials from past project participants to inform new schools about Teacher Development and The Work Experience Programme. Don’t hesitate to send us a message if you have a story to share!
3. The Internship Programme in November
Our Facebook events for the Internship Programme target students from different schools who are visiting us at the same time. It’s a way for students to communicate with each other and connect with like-minded peers from other countries, or simply exchange tips and ideas on what to see or do in London. Is your group currently in London? This link takes you to our November event.
4. Student of the month
Our Student of the Month interview series is now up and running on the blog! Our last candidate was 20 year old Tobias Schüttler from Germany. Read about how The Work Experience Programme prompted his decision to aim for a career in marketing here.