Courses: Practical information

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Course venue

All the courses will be organised at European Schoolnet's own training venue, the Future Classroom Lab, a unique and inspiring learning environment in Brussels, that challenges visitors to rethink the role of pedagogy, technology and design in their classrooms.

The Future Classroom Lab is located within the Brussels' "European quarter" close to the EU institutions like the EC's Berlaymont building and the European Parliament. FCL address: Rue de Trèves 61, 1040 Brussels, Belgium.

Target audience

The courses are aimed teachers and other school staff at primary and secondary levels, enthusiastic to enhance their teaching through new ideas, tools and pedagogies. If a course is targeted to specific target audience, such as school leaders or STEM teachers, this is indicated in the course description.

Also higher education teacher educators, VET teachers and adult educators are welcome to our courses when the course content is of interest for them.

Language

All courses will be delivered in English and the participants must have at least solic basic skills in English language (listening, speaking) to be able to follow up the instruction and take part in the course activities.

Course fees 2021-2022

The standard course fee per participant of a 5-day course is 560€ including the course instruction (500€) and meals (lunches & coffee breaks) each day of the course (60€).

  • Lunches can't be separated from the package.
  • The invoice can be split as requested.
  • If there are exceptions to the fees above they are indicated within the course description.
  • Accommodation is not included in the fees above, but EUN can also organise accommodation if requested.
  • The payment is done before the course.

 

Reserving places

The places are given on first-come, first-served basis for definitive bookings (funding confirmed). The courses will run if there are a minimum of 15 participants in each. Each course will be confirmed latest 10 weeks before. Fill in the course inquiry & booking form here.

Contact us

For any questions you may have, please fill in the online form. Alternatively please send an email at fcl@eun.org.

Looking for funding?

The Erasmus+ Programme has funding opportunities for schools under Key Action 1 "Learning Mobility of Individuals". The current application deadline was is 11 May 2021 (round 1) and 5 October (rounds 2 pending on the National Agency). For more information see the Programme Guide and information provided by your National Agency.

Organisation details

You may need this information for your Erasmus+ KA1 application.

EUN Partnership aisbl (known as European Schoolnet / EUN)
Rue de Trèves 61
1040 Brussels, Belgium
PIC: 998415084
Organisation ID: E10203021

Past courses

Check out our previous workshops/courses.

Large groups?

Having a large group of participants from the same institution participating in a single course can affect the dynamics and experience of the training event, and can reduce the vital aspect of cultural exchange, networking and group dynamics/development. If you plan to send more than 6 teachers to a single course, please contact fcl@eun.org.

Cancellation policy

If the participant cancels his/her participation up to 6 weeks before the course begins, there are no cancellation fees.

If the participation is cancelled between 6 weeks and 2 weeks before the course starts, 50% of the course fee will be charged. Also, in case accommodation is included and can't be cancelled, it will be charged. If the cancellation happens any later, there will not be any refund. Substitutions are possible right up to the start of the course.

Any cancellation or change notification has to be done by email to fcl@eun.org and/or to your contact person at EUN. The cancellation/change is considered valid when you receive a confirmation that the cancellation has been acknowledged.

Disclaimer

Force majeure: EUN is not liable for any claims for damages and/or losses if the entire course has to be cancelled due to a force majeure incident. Such an unexpected event may be a war, crime, health hazard or an earthquake which prevents EUN from running the course on the planned dates. EUN reserves the right to change, modify or terminate all or any part of the programme either in an individual case or in general, at any time without notice.