Erasmus+ Teacher Training
Atlas Language School has designed and organised courses and training programmes for teachers and educational institutions for over ten years since our first group of teachers from Slovenia in 2011. We offer a variety of engaging and impactful Erasmus+ teacher development courses for primary and secondary school teachers, and for academics and professionals working in Higher Education. You can participate in these courses as part of a group or on a private basis. Our organisation ID is E10128627 and all our courses are included in the new School Education Gateway catalogue.
We have a team of Masters and DELTA-qualified, experienced and expert teacher trainers with a wealth of ideas to share. We offer a number of core courses, but all training courses are tailored to the specific needs of the sending institutions and participants. Have a look at the course outlines below. We’d be happy to answer questions you might have and to work more closely with you to ensure your chosen course meets the development objectives of your Erasmus+ project.
Choose your course
Language, Methodology and Culture
This Language, Methodology and Culture course is for school teachers who want to refresh and upgrade their teaching practice, while also upgrading their language skills and gaining a better understanding of contemporary Irish life and culture.
English for Higher Education Professionals
The English for HE Professionals is for academics and university administrators who need English to interact effectively with students and colleagues. It helps participants express themselves more confidently in English in international HE settings.
Erasmus+ General English Language Training
The General English Fluency course is a language rich programme that helps teachers and language students upgrade their level of English for everyday social and workplace communication. The classes are for all levels, elementary to advanced (A1 to C1).
Sustainability and the Environment in Education
The Sustainability and Environment in Education course is for school teachers who want to refresh and upgrade their teaching practice in order to better integrate student thinking about sustainability and the environment into classroom practice.
Select your date
Group Bookings (minimum 7 people): available upon request every week. Please send us your details through the following form.
Individual / Small group bookings: please see the available scheduled courses below.
Please note that the following dates are public holidays in Ireland and that you will not have classes on those days: 6th February, 17th March, 7th April, 10th April, 1st May, 5th June, 7th August, and 30th October.
Features of our Erasmus+ teacher training
- Vast selection of Teacher Training Courses which are eligible to be 100% funded by the Erasmus plus key action 1 (KA1 learning mobility of individuals).
- Courses designed for practising primary and secondary teachers as well as university and adult education staff.
- Courses designed in tandem with participants and Erasmus Plus organisers to ensure your chosen course meets the development objectives of the individual participants and your Erasmus+ project.
- An expert team of experienced Masters and DELTA-qualified teacher trainers.
- A range of afternoon activities where participants will be encouraged to develop language skills in a more informal environment outside the classroom.
- The option of joining courses for one week or a full two weeks.
- Accommodation options, from half-board homestay to self-catering residential accommodation.
I spent two weeks in Atlas in Dublin with teachers from several European countries and was absolutely satisfied. Our teachers prepared lots of useful materials. We spoke about the Irish culture, improved our vocabulary, discussed various topics and practised various teaching tips. After school they showed us some interesting places in Dublin. All of us – including our teachers – learnt a lot about the other people´s countries and had a lot of fun.
Our stay at Atlas Language School was great. The secretarial staff were helpful and very supportive. The courses offered were very appealing: in addition to theoretical inputs in the morning, suitable excursions and visits to Dublin’s sights were organized in the afternoon. The teachers were keen to improve and reinforce our language skills. We enjoyed our time in Dublin a lot.