EUROLTA (European Certificate in Language Teaching to Adults) is an internationally recognized teacher training program to train you to teach languages to adults using up–to-date methodologies.
The EUROLTA certificate is developed, issued and recognised by the ICC, a network of leading institutions of adult education in Europe and around the world.
Who is EUROLTA for?
those who wish to enter the profession of language teaching and gain a recognized teaching qualification.
those who have only little language teaching experience and feel they need to upgrade their […]
On Wednesday 6th September 2023, in light of the European Commission President’s upcoming State of the Union address, Civil Society Europe (CSE) launched its Civil Society State of the Union report (CS SOTEU) in Brussels and online.
The report presents civil society’s vision and recommendations for a more democratic and socially and environmentally just EU and it is the result of 7 months of collaboration among nearly 50 civil society organisations (CSOs) specialised in a range of different sectors.
The report […]
The Erasmus Careers consortium is glad to announce the organisation of the staff training titled “Roadmap of the International Student Lifecycle”, taking place from the 22nd to the 24th of November at the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM). The training is targeted at higher education staff working with international students with the aim to increase their understanding of the international student lifecycle by providing practical exercises based on theory and good practices. The goal is to better understand the […]
Thanks to a standing partnership with EuroClio, the House of European History held a training workshop on 13-14 May, where LLLP representatives got to attend to grasp the basics of communicating about our shared history. Beside a plethora of learning materials, the workshop focused on the role of teachers in building a common identity, especially through non-formal and informal learning methodologies.
From a dental clinic to the House of European History: How to tell the story/stories of Europe
A grand visual display […]
SIRIUS Policy Network on Migrant Education brings together key stakeholders in the migrant education field from around Europe, including policy makers, researchers, practitioners, migrants and refugees. SIRIUS has several key activities including co-creating knowledge, pursuing national and EU level advocacy change, peer learning and setting standards for quality inclusive migrant education.
SIRIUS is part of the KIDS4ALLL project led by the University of Turin. We also work on the ENABLE and SUN projects, all providing tools and […]
Brussels, 21 February 2023 – For the 14th year in a row, in 2023, ALL DIGITAL, the European association representing networks of digital competence centres and stakeholders, will run the ALL DIGITAL Weeks, the annual digital inclusion and empowerment campaign involving centres, libraries, community centres, schools and other venues across Europe – which over time helped almost 1.5 million people to get online for the first time or enhance their digital skills.
In 2023 the campaign will be […]
Finance Watch co-published a civil society briefing on how to ensure a reformed European economic governance framework supports the EU’s goals and helps tackling Europe’s multiple crises.
Europe faces serious economic, environmental and social challenges that require reforms and investment. But EU actions to tackle these challenges are constrained by Europe’s own economic governance framework, which has grown overly complex and out of date over the years. The Fiscal Matters coalition, a group of NGOs, unions and think tanks of which […]
The European Students’ Union (ESU) welcomes the proposal of the European
Commission to designate 2023 as the European Year of Skills (EYS), looking
forward to ensuring that the designation would not only increase momentum
for the importance of skills and skills sets in a fast-changing society, but would
also bring forward key developments in the sector, with a focus on the
essential role of education and training. Read their suggestions and proposals to take students’ needs into account
The project ‘Building European Solidarity Today’ (BEST), co-financed by the Erasmus+ program, has successfully closed its third European edition (2020-2022). Coordinated by Center for Peace Studies (Croatia), BEST has also been implemented in France (by La Ligue de l’Enseignement), Spain (by Cives Foundation), Poland (by School with Class Foundation), Italy (by Arci) and Slovenia (by Humanitas).
The initiative was initially imagined and designed in 2002 by the Ligue de l’Enseignement in France to deal with the rise of racism and […]
The European Students Union (ESU) recently published a report on the topic of academic freedom, institutional autonomy, and academic integrity developed in the framework of the “Academic Freedom – Time to Act!” project, which aims to deepen the knowledge on defending, monitoring and promoting Academic Freedom in Higher Education in Europe.
The report is based on the results of a survey conducted between May and September 2022 with the participation of 645 students from 30 countries. Since the debate around […]