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Erasmus+ courses of Euneos home and abroad

Traveling to Finland and Estonia follows in principle the same practice as defined in the EU’s digital COVID 19 certificate. Read more >>

In the following, we first inform you about the courses in Finland and Estonia, in Euneos’ domestic destinations. Next, there is information about the next courses in our foreign venues.
Click on Read more>> if you are interested in one or more courses. After choosing your favourites go to registration.
Detailed information about blended courses with online components and about Euneos’ online courses , read more >>

Coaching strategies, 22 – 28 August 2021, Helsinki/Vantaa. (Plan B: 3 – 9 October 2021).  Read more>>

Integrated curriculum , 29 August  – 4 September 2021, Helsinki, Finland. (Plan B: 31 October – 6 November 2021). Read more>>

Northern Lights: Integrative Practices, 26 Sept – 2 October 2021, Inari Lapland Finland. Read more>>

Northern Lights: More competent in ecology, 3 – 9 October 2021, Inari Lapland Finland. Read more>>

Benchmarking school education in Helsinki & Tallinn, ,
5 – 11 September 2021 (grades 10-12) , 12 – 18 September 2021 (grades 1 – 9), 10 – 16 October 2021 (grades 1 – 9), 24 – 30 October 2021 (grades 10 – 12). Read more>>

Upgrade & Update Your English Lessons, 19 – 25 September 2021 Helsinki. Read more>>

Coaching strategies, 3 – 9 October 2021, Helsinki/Vantaa. Read more>>

More competent in ecology, 3 – 9 October 2021, Inari Lapland Finland. Read more>>

Digital Turn, 3  – 9 October 2021, Tallinn Estonia

What NEXT in Finnish Classrooms, 10 – 16 October 2021, Helsinki/Vantaa. Read more>>

Vocational education in Finland,10 – 16 October 2021, Helsinki/Vantaa. Read more>>

Digital STEAM, 10 – 16 October 2021, Tallinn, Estonia. Read more>>

Migrants’ course, 17 – 23 Oct 2021, Helsinki/Vantaa. Read more>>

Game-Based learning, 17-23 October 2021, Tallinn, Estonia. Read more>>

School Development in Europe. Seminar in cooperation with Forum Eltern und Schule, Germany. 17 – 23 October 2021, Helsinki Finland. Read more>>  

Playful Science Education, 31 Oct – 6 Nov 2021, Helsinki Finland. Read more>>

Integrated curriculum , 31 October – 6 November 2021, Helsinki, Finland. Read more>>

Coding and Robotics in Classroom, 14 – 21 November 2021. Oulu Finland Read more>>

LIFE2022 Shadowing Experience, 28 January – 3 February 2022, Helsinki & Rovaniemi Lapland. Read more>>

Euneos courses in Europe, autumn 2021

Digital Turn, 26 September – 2 October 2021, Santa Cruz Tenerife Spain. Read more>>

Future skills, 26 Sept – 2 October 2021, Porto Portugal. Read more>>

Kids code, 26 Sept – 2 Oct 2021, Rijeka Croatia. Read more>>

Digital Turn,  24 – 30 October 2021, Cadiz Spain. Read more>>

More international, 10 – 16 October 2021,Porto, Portugal. Read more>>

Learning with the best apps, 10 – 16 October 2021, Porto, Portugal. Read more>>

Upgrade & Update Your English Lessons, 17 – 23 October 2021 Benalmadena/Malaga Spain. Read more>>

Consolidating Good CLIL Practice, 28 Nov – 4 Dec 2021, Benalmádena, Málaga, Spain. Read more>>

eAssessment, 13 – 19 March 2022, Funchal/Madeira, Portugal. Read more>>

All Euneos courses 2021 – 2023. Read more>>

Registration for funded clients, click here>>

Fee of courses is unchanged (650 €) for mobilities granted before Erasmus+ Call 2021. New fee: 660 €.
Postponed courses are being replaced by new sessions.
Dates and venues may change.

Physical mobilities can be blended with virtual ones (Erasmus+ Guide 2021, p. 95)

  • Lead-in online training unit (16-24 hrs), 160 €
  • Completion to full online course (12-20 hrs), 190 €
  • Blended mobility (48 hrs) : lead-in unit + KA1 course on site 650 €
  • Full online training (36 hrs): lead-in unit + completion unit 350 €

If the on-site part of a blended mobility fails because of emergency, the lead-in component can lead to full online course. There should be nothing that prevents schools to use the oprganisational support of their grant for online training during the pandemic. All online courses above can be funded by the organisational support (350€) of Erasmus+ grant, read what the commission says>>

The new Erasmus+ programme 2021-2027 states: ”In addition to physical mobility, all staff mobility activities can be blended with virtual activities.” (Erasmus+ Guide 2021, p. 95)

Those who register for Euneos courses 2021 – 2023 can inform that they are also willing to take an optional online component. Blended courses of Euneos can vary up to the course and trainer. Provided that there are the minimum number of registrants, the online component will be run in the framework of the whole Erasmus+ KA1 course. The course fee of a blended course will be equal to that of a full on-site course.

Euneos teams are experienced to handle big groups from the same school or from a consortium of schools. Euneos trainers can help both on site and online. Euneos’ team of experts can also be invited to organise an Erasmus+ course on-the-spot, tailored together with the inviter.

Mail to to consult Euneos admin. If uncertain consult your National Agency. Link to National agencies>>

Other funding is possible too. Courses are certified by Euneos FI, the Finnish Erasmus KA1 course provider. Go to registration or mail to!

Please take a look at the list of all courses here to see the status of the courses: 

Euneoscourses 2021 – 23 >>

The Euneos FI course offer is one of the largest and most comprehensive in the Erasmus + program. The course locations are well connected to different parts of Europe. Unfortunately, green travel to Finland is hardly possible within the time allowed by the Erasmus + program.
Erasmus + mobilities are essentially part of the work of teaching staff and they are important in raising European awareness. We therefore hope that anyone interested could have access to our courses.

Supply of online options – explained more in detail

It is possible – to attend courses online according to the NAs by using max 350,00€ / participant on online training. Since July 2020 Euneos has produced a supply of online formats to meet the demand of schools. We can cover the pending mobilities with various options of online training:
– short lead-in online courses,
– completion courses online.
Short courses can lead to blended courses, or – in case of emergency – to full online courses. So, the implementation of pending mobilities is started with a lead-in online course, and finalised either with a KA1 course on site (blended course), or with a full online course. The fee of each option is explained below, and – as you can see – prices are favourable for schools enjoying Erasmus+ funding.

You will soon find out which option suits to you, and Euneos admin can be helpful to you, as always.

If your school is not going to apply for extension for the grant period to attend later courses taking place on a venue, or to attend a blended course consisting of a lead-in course online + course on a venue, then the best option would be to choose a full online course to make use of the grant while it is still valid.

Please check all the current Euneos online course presentations:
Lead-in online training units>>

You will also find the course programmes and planned schedules behind the links.
Online courses will be organized as long as we have the minimum number of participants registered on each session.

Please notice that there will also be full online courses of the same lead-in course topics if there is enough interest on them. So, you may simply start by choosing any lead-in course date, and then after the course is confirmed, we’ll see if there is a need for a full online course as well and agree on the completion course dates with the trainer.

Register for Euneos courses >>

Please read also the statement of the Finnish NA about the use of the grant for virtual activities , published on 29th January, 2021. Then, check out the website of your own NA to find a similar statement. Consult your National agency to know more about the use of Erasmus+ grant for online activities. National agencies>>
It would be beneficial to find a training solution that will work for your team, whether it be a blended course or a full online course.

In case your school intends to apply already for new funding in the Erasmus 2021-2027 programme, please do not hesitate to ask for support materials in https://www.euneosmediacom.

Stay safe, be well!

Heidi Veikkolainen
Euneos course administration

EU guidelines

The Commission has published guidelines to ensure the uniform application of EU passenger rights throughout the EU. See also links to travel advice of all EU countries.

Special arrangements due to the pandemic
Whenever you make changes to travel arrangements for any courses, schools need to prefer flexible flight tickets and flexible accommodation. Postponement of Euneos courses may happen due to cancellations while the number of participants goes down the minimum. Refunding of fee will take place if the postponement of the course is not possible. As a course provider Euneos is not responsible for any other costs paid by your Erasmus+ grant.
Euneos FI follows the situation and informs the schools participating in Euneos courses. Our information and actions follow the official advice given by the authorities responsible for the Erasmus+ program.
The European Commission is working on all fronts to support efforts to tackle the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, read more .

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New Roles for School Libraries – short online course

The Oodi Library in Helsinki was one of the key social development projects of the Helsinki Municipality & Finnish state. Finnish libraries have been an old traditional social innovation in Finland supporting Finnish language, reading and literacy. Oodi has been awarded the best library in the world in 2019, got more than 3 million visitors in the first year, and contributed to the record of 9 million visitors for all libraries in Helsinki, a city with 650 000 inhabitants.

Target group

  • Librarians of schools and municipalities
  • Teachers of mainstream, vocational and adult education
  • Teacher trainers, careers officers, educational guides and counsellors
  • Headmasters/principals/managers of schools and organisations offering adult education or vocational education

If you are interested in 21st century competencies, especially multiliteracy, multiculturality, increasing literacy & students’ attraction to reading and not only, creating new knowledge, how can school or local libraries facilitate community based learning and wellbeing this is a lead course for you.

This course will include 4 modules, 3 LIVE sessions of 90 min

3 August from 5 to 7.000 pm  Helsinki Time ( EET)
4 August from 5 to 7.00 pm  Helsinki Time ( EET)
5 August from 5 to 7.00 pm Helsinki Time (EET)

The short online course is organised as of 16hourse of activity, 6 hours in synchronous Learning and 10 in peer and self directed learning ( on your own pace)

Module 1- Multiliteracy, 21st century competencies
Module 2- Makerspace, digital access to all
Module 3- A space for wellbeing, libraries supporting families and communities ( sports, wellness, wellbeing, supporting a more positive school culture
Module 4- Harvesting, creating local projects

This course is an Action or Experience Based Learning (Kolb) course, coaching model applied, you will work on your own context and develop your own local prototyping idea. Peer work will accelerate your learning.

You might like to explore this article & interview with Oodi librarian

Course Trainer:
Andreea Gatman – MBA in PGM, Coach, Trainer, organising courses in Helsinki since 2016 on topics like School Development, Best Practices Benchmarking, Integrated Curriculum- Teaching Global Skills, Coaching Strategies etc.

Fee: 160 € + VAT 38,40 €. VAT 0% when registering with a VAT-number/fiscal code.

Register to this short online course by sending email to 


Education in Finland and/or Estonia – Original Best Practices Benchmarking course

Original benchmarking courses in schools of Finland and/or Estonia, top performers of European school education,  are Erasmus+ KA1 courses with top content, organised by Euneos, the Finnish course provider. Observe lessons, interact with colleagues of your own school level, and contribute to discussion with a ‘success story’ of your own school. Courses include expert presentations and workshops on how to promote European development. Now lead-in course online is available too! Contact NB! Online is optional, the normal course on site is the rule.

Digital Turn: How to make your school more digital

Quality course to learn what your school needs to become more digital. The Digital Turn course focuses on change management on the organisational level, in the context of designing, implementing and evaluating school-wide digital innovations.
Although the course targets mainly the primary, secondary and highschool leaders, ICT coordinator, and teachers who want to get broader visions on digitalisation, it is also useful for staff of vocational schools/ adult educators.

Game-Based Learning & Gamification – also online now!

The practice-based course will offer techniques and tools to introduce game-based learning and gamification in your lessons.

Short online course

With Euneos, you can start your Erasmus+ course online now! “Read more”

Read more about online courses>>

Game-based learning & gamification courses on-site

NB! Because of travel/venue restrictions many courses are postponed. Confirmations will be made valid as soon as the pandemic crisis is over and schools want to go on with their Erasmus+ mobilities. Always book flexible flights & accommodation. Online units are launched as an optional start of a number of courses. Consult your NA about funding. Emails to

FOR ONSITE PARTICIPANTS: click here for practical information (venue, hotels, transport etc.)

Target group

  • Teachers of primary schools, secondary schools and vocational schools.
  • Adult education teachers.
  • Teachers of special needs
  • Teacher trainers.
  • Careers officers, educational guides and counsellors.
  • Headmasters/principals/managers of schools and organizations offering adult education or vocational education.

Each participant needs to bring his own tablet and/or laptop. We don’t provide computers nor tablets.

 Main topics of practice-based course on game-based learning and gamification

  • Usability and accessibility of the game based methods
  • Advantages and disadvantages game based usages in educational processes
  • A range wide of games that can be used  covering different content and activities to support learning and communication
  • Best practice approaches and practical examples for using game based tools and methods of games & gamification in education in different countries
  • Responsible and safe use of game-based learning
  • Group sharing sessions to enable applying the social games in their classroom settings
  • Designing, planning and writing sample units of lesson plans that deploy the game based methods & gamification approaches
  • Know how to use the different features of game based learning & gamification  in education
  • Know how to choose Serious games for school education
  • Learn how to use game based  for iPad, Android, Win8  and other mobile devices in learning.

Methodology of the courses

  • Information. A general introduction on topics.
  • Sharing. Participants share experiences and expertise on the topic.
  • Creating output. Working individually or in groups on a paragraph to the development plan of one’s own school.


  • The course participants will get a Certificate of active participation.
  • The competences acquired will be validated by the course organisers on the Europass mobility.

Accommodation and meals

Participants take care of booking their hotel. Euneos will give advices for hotels in different price categories. Participants are free in choice of hotels and restaurants. Accommodation to be paid directly by participants to hotels and restaurants.


Main organiser:  Dr Martin Sillaots

Online courses

Short online courses can help schools in their pending mobilities. The course can also be an independent entity of learning with certificate.

The Erasmus + program 2021-2027 offers the opportunity of blended courses for schools that were granted in the Erasmus Call 2021. Thanks to transformation of courses into virtual format, Euneos can also provide blended courses with online components desired by schools.

Game-based Learning & Gamification lead-in online course:
17 – 21 May 2021, DONE.

Next courses:
13-17 September 2021
14-17 December 2021


First day 15:00 CET – Introduction online video conference, QnA -2h
Home watching – video about serious games -1h
Home assignment – collect examples of serious games – 1h

Second day 15:00 CET – presentation of serious game examples, QnA – 2h
Home watching – video about game design process and roles – 1h
Home assignment – evaluate your game design related competences – 1h

Third day 15:00 CET – presentation of participant’s background, QnA – 2h
Home watching – video about Ideation – 1hHome assignment – generate idea for a new serious game – 1h

Fourth day 15:00 CET – Presentation of game ideas, QnA – 2h
Home watching – video about Game Concept – 1h
Home assignment – Game concept design – 1h

Fifth day 15:00 CET – Presentation of game concepts, The End – 2h

Duration:  16 hours (5 x 1,5 contact hours + 8,5 hours of independent work)
Session dates: 22 – 26 March, 2021.

Completion to full online course possible on demand.
Full online course: Lead in + completion course (min 36 hrs), 350 €.

Trainer: Dr Martin Sillaots.
Register by mailing to
Fee: 160 €. Read more about funding >>

The course will be certified by Euneos FI.
If there is an emergency reason ruling out the on-site possibility, finish your mobility in the completion course 17 – 28 May 2021.
Consult Euneos admin

Schools whose paid Erasmus+ courses were postponed should inform Euneos admin about possible use of their advance payment.

Apply / Contact

Click here to apply or to contact us. Those who want to apply for KA1 grant and would like to receive our support documents, will find there a link to our enlisting form. Schools that have received a grant, will find there a contact form.

Planned courses (Lockdowns or other traveling restrictions to be noticed. See also online course option.)

  • 17-23 October 2021, Tallinn, Estonia.
  • 20-26 March 2022, Tallinn, Estonia.
  • 16-22 October 2022, Tallinn, Estonia.
  • 19-25 March 2023, Tallinn, Estonia.

Course fee

  • The courses start on Sunday afternoon and end on Saturday 13.00 (7 days).
  • Fee for tuition and materials: 490 euro
  • Administration costs: 160 euro
  • Total fee: 650 euro (10% discount for schools coming with 5 or more participants to Euneos courses).
  • NB! Courses in Finland include 24% VAT
  • Read more about fee and billing
    Fee change coming due to Erasmus programme 2021-27

Next short online courses:
13-17 September 2021
14-17 December 2021

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