Teaching is a meaningful and inspiring profession that has the potential to transform lives. We know!

Olde Vechte organises KA1 School staff mobility training courses specially designed for professionals involved in pre-elementary, elementary, secondary, high and adult school education. Our training courses offer a variety of methods and tools that will support you to create meaningful, long-lasting improvements
in your work and turn education into an enlightening experience.

Announcements for School Staff

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Trainings for Teachers – Autumn/Winter 2018

Olde Vechte is organising training courses especially designed for teachers. The registartion in now open! The trainings are open for schools that have approved Erasmus+ KA1 funds and for teachers that wish to cover the expenses on their own. Maths & Moves | 15-20 Oct 2018 […]

Coaching Paths, training for educators

Coaching Paths | a training course for educators Would you like to create a learning environment that is fun and efficient also for you? Coaching Paths is a 6 days international training course that offers a fresh perspective into knowledge transfer. Dates | 25 – 30 […]

Olde Vechte & Windesheim University

Olde Vechte is cooperating with Windesheim University once again! A group of university students from Zwolle has joined a project about adult learning and our Foundation is providing the opportunity and the space where they can get actively involved in the organisation of training courses for […]

Coaching Paths, training for school staff members

Do you already have approved funds for KA1 school staff mobility? Coaching Paths | a training course for school staff members How bad do you want to find a way to work with those students that are rarely motivated? Or to stay cool when their parents […]

Maths ‘n’ Moves, training for teachers

Our first training course for teachers is happening now in Olde Vechte Foundation. Maths ‘n’ Moves brought together teachers from all over Europe to experience and explore mathematics through body movement. For more opportunities for teachers check here: oldevechte.com/2016/11/30/coaching-paths-training-course-teachers-edition/

Maths ‘n’ Moves | body movement as a tool to teach maths

Do you already have approved funds for KA1 school stuff mobility? Maths ‘n’ Moves | body movement as a tool to teach maths Think beyond the books and assignements of the traditional classroom when it comes to learning maths and make your teaching an appealing, fun […]
Our international projects are funded by the Dutch National Agency of the Erasmus+ programme by European Commission.
Erasmus+ is an EU's programme funded by the European Commision aiming to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe. Set to last until 2020, Erasmus+ doesn't just have opportunities for students. It offers exciting opportunities for EU students, trainees, apprentices, pupils, adult learners, young people, volunteers, professors, teachers, trainers, youth workers and professionals of organisations active in the education, training and youth sector.

Taking part in the programme helps you to develop personally and professionally; you will gain valuable international experience, broaden your horizons, experience new cultures and discover new ways of working. Erasmus+ is of particular benefit to young people who can learn new skills to improve their employability, acquire life skills, and develop their confidence.

Young people
Erasmus+ is open to all young people, not just those currently enrolled in education or training. With Erasmus+, you can volunteer across Europe and beyond or participate in a youth exchange abroad.

Youth workers
Erasmus+ supports the professional development of youth workers through training or networking periods abroad. Periods abroad can consist of training courses, study visits, job shadowing or observation periods at relevant organisations and more.

Staff (teaching)
With Erasmus+, opportunities are available to spend time teaching at an education institution abroad. These opportunities are available to both staff working in the education sector and to individuals working outside the sector invited to share their knowledge and experience.

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