02/04/2009

Formation européenne sur l'homophobie pour enseignants

Un communiqué de Kombi Berlin

European Training course for Teachers and Trainers in Berlin – LLP grant available

Dear colleagues,

KomBi offers a training course on Homophobia and Diversity of Genders addressed to persons working in the educational sector (teachers at school or trainers in adult education). Comenius or Grundtvig grants are available for applicants from EU member states (except Germany), Turkey, Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein.

All relevant informations can be found in this e-mail and also here:

http://www.kombi-berlin.de/01-start-european-sep.html

Please forward this announcement in your networks to those who might be interested. Thank you!

Stephanie Nordt and Thomas Kugler-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*Apply for an In-Service Training grant funded by the European Commission’s new Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP) and attend an interesting training course in Berlin*

The Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP) is a European funding programme which supports education and training across Europe. If you work in the educational sector (as a teacher at school or as trainer in adult education) you can apply for an In-Service Training grant of up to 1500 Euro for a 5 day training course.

We offer the following training course:

*Strategies and Practical Tools Challenging Homophobia and Acknowledging Diversity of Genders in formal and non-formal Education for Teachers and Trainers** *

Date: September 20 th – 25 th 2009

Place: Berlin (Germany)

Eligible for grants: Educators from school or adult education living in EU member states (except Germany), Turkey, Iceland, Norway or Liechtenstein.

The main objective of this course is an increased awareness of perspectives of inclusion in educational settings with the focus on gender stereotypes in a binary gender system, heteronormativity and homophobia.

The course uses a variety of methodologies focusing on interactive and cooperative learning activities. There will be a mix of workshop-based working and lectures or presentations with discussions. Most of the sessions will be workshop-based involving awareness raising activities, individual reflection, pair work, small group activities, peer teaching sessions, simulations, role playing, discussions and practical training practises. Video clips are used to illustrate and deepen aspects of gender competence and diversity competence. During excursions and field work gender stereotypes in the public space are examined.

This course has been accredited and it is listed in the Comenius-Grundtvig Training Database, reference number "DE-2009-901-001". Find more information about the training course in the European database of accredited training courses here:

https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/llp/istcoursedatabase/index.... <https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/llp/istcoursedatabase/index....>

If you are interested in participating in this course and want to apply for a Comenius- or Grundtvig grant for the course, please consult the documents at

http://www.kombi-berlin.de/01-start-european-sep.html

There you will find more information about the application procedure and a pre-registration form.

You can apply for an In-Service Training Grant for this course to your National Agency until April 30 th 2009.

Kind regards,

Thomas Kugler and Stephanie Nordt

Training Team

KomBi – Communication and Education, Berlin, Germany

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