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New Erasmus+ 2020 grants

Congratulations to the schools for your success in Erasmus+ Call 2020 :-)! Many schools are still waiting for a decision of NA, hopefully positive.
Euneos offers you a rich choice of courses, see https://www.euneoscourses.eu/courses-2020-2022/ . (Postponed courses from spring 2020 marked in red. They are also open for all. )
After finding the course matching with your mobility, please go & register
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/registration2020-2021,
If your grant is also for schoolyear 2021-2022, register in
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/registration2021-2022
Lockdown situations in Europe are changing. Euneos FI is looking forward to  postponed courses later,  see here.
About our COVID 19 policy here.

Postponement of 12 months helps schools to finalize their pending mobilities. Euneos FI has responded to the postponement by offering new sessions of KA1 courses in autumn 2020 and in spring 2021. Changes fom the existing course to another one are possible. The normal procedure is to consult your NA in that case. 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.

Heidi Veikkolainen, course admin
Replacing sessions after the lockdown
See our replacing sessions (in red) of our Erasmus+ KA1 courses postponed by COVID -19 lockdown in  https://www.euneoscourses.eu/courses-2020-2022/
Old registrants should mail to courses@euneos.eu after choosing their replacing session.
Grant holders 2020 can make new registrations in https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/registration2020-2021 .
Whenever you make changes to travel arrangements for any courses, it is advisable to choose flexible flight tickets and flexible accommodation. As a course provider Euneos is only responsible for course fee, not 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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Free webinars about Finnish & Estonian education continue

Dear colleagues!
We gladly invite you to free webinars of Euneos FI :-)! 

Topic: How to Turn Challenging Learning into Long Lasting Benefits
Time: Friday Jun 26, 2020 04:00 PM Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna

Register here>>

Learning & teaching during COVID it was not a matter of digitalisation but of right to education worldwide and wellbeing https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/04/coronavirus-education-global-covid19-online-digital-learning/
EUNEOS has been offering webinars to offer teachers space for reflection, for their own well-being & peace of mind in order to access their creativity and continue teaching and learning all students. Finnish education success is based on equality and guaranteed access to same quality of education for all.


Facilitator: Andreea Gatman, MBA in PGM Modul University Vienna, ICF Certfied Coach, ICF Team Certified Coach

Assistant: Jenni Sippala, language student of Helsinki university
 
Description of the course, read here>>
This COVID 19 crash course also anticipates blended mobilities, a possible new model of Erasmus KA1 courses.You will get the complete information in the free Q&A session.

Funding: Erasmus+ grant holders, consult your National agency.
Local: Ask your school for local funds for your personal professional development.

All information about Euneos courses can be found on our website.

Take care,

Heidi Veikkolainen, Euneos course admin
courses@euneos.eu

More free webinars?

More free webinars will continue after summer break in August. In April-June 2020 Euneos has organised 15 free webinar sessions to many topics of Euneos courses. About 800 teachers and principals of schools learned to know more about the course of their interest.