The alternative educational programs became topical due to increasing social and professional changes in areas such as the social economy, Health Promotion, Organic Farming, Environment and Sustainable Development, the Arts and Culture, Pedagogy, Psychology, new technologies, which give the ability to specialize and update knowledge through non-formal ways of training as well as qualitative.
The aim of these seminars is to make use of the new knowledge gained by the participants and their application in their professional, personal and social life.
All our training can be funded through the Erasmus+ programme of the European Commission
Lifelong learning is essential for everyone, for improving self-confidence, quality of life, vocational skills and competencies. The new Erasmus + programme presents unique opportunities to staff and teachers/ trainers at all levels of education and training to get funding and participate in European training courses, where apart from concrete learning outcomes, you will have the chance to meet people from various countries, share social and intercultural experiences and spend an enjoyable week in a foreign country
In the framework of Erasmus+ Key Action 1 Learning mobility for individuals, ALTERA VITA has designed and offers a wide list of training courses dealing with education management, pedagogies, acquisition of new skills for the 21st century, etc. All our courses have a European dimension and most of them have been developed in the framework of European projects.
Altera Vita -YOUTH PROGRAMMES
KOINSEP CYCLADES also worked with youth programs related to the environment and Health Promotion. Through the Health Promotion programme “Walk along the paths of my island – discover myself”, there is an opportunity for teamwork. Teenagers, get to know themselves while discovering the paths of their islands. They gain personal development skills and related in a different way with their teachers and their parents.
The project has the approval and inclusion in the Youth programme, under the auspices of the Ministry for Youth.
Within the framework of the program, there is a training package and an e-book, like a tool kit.
Get to know the nature
Go into the places only locals are familiar with. Visit little known hideouts and avenues that open the mind into what being a local is all about.
Go off the beaten track
Youth exchanges allow groups of young people from different countries to meet, live together and work on shared projects for short periods. Youth exchanges take place outside the school environment. On a youth exchange, you can expect to participate in activities such as workshops, exercises, debates, role-plays, outdoor activities and more.
Enjoy professional work
Participants' learning experiences are recognised through a Youthpass. Duration Youth exchanges last between 5 and 21 days. This excludes travelling time. Conditions Youth exchanges are open to people between the ages of 13 and 30. To be a group leader in a youth exchange, you must be at least 18 years-old. Youth exchanges are managed by youth organisations, informal groups of young people or other organisations. Financial support The EU grant supports travel as well as practical and activity-related costs necessary for the exchange.