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Course fee: € 490 - Includes course materials and cultural visits.

Accommodation & Subsistence: € 890
Five days in single room at Hotel Sesimbra Spa & Pool including all meals and a
social & cultural evening.
Total payment: € 1380
Cancellation fee (after 20 August 2015): € 200

IMPORTANT:
You must register your organisation on the European Commission Authenication
Service (ECAS) and you need a PIC code before applying for Erasmus+ funding.
Find a step-by-step guide to register your organisation on ECAS and PIC:
http://ec.europa.eu/education/participants/portal/desktop/en/organisations/register.html

Signing up to:
Gert Larsen
International Coordinator
Albertslund, Denmark
Gert.larsen@albetslund.dk
+45 2+129048
Britt-Mona Vang
Educational Development Advisor
Secondary schools, North-Rogaland
"Ungdomstrinn i utvikling"
Britt.mona.vang@karmoy.kommune.no

RECIPE
Regional Educational Centres
In Pedagogical Europe

www.recipeproject.info

Funding:
Our course is regarded as an In-service Training Course under the new Erasmus+
program.
Any teachers, school leaders, librarians and other staff from pre-primary, primary
and secondary education institutions in programme countries can take part and
must apply before 4th March 2015
Course PIC number: 948254444
Contact your National Agency (NA) for more information

In-Service Training Course

PIC number: 948254444
28/09 - 2/10 - 2015
Lisbon, Portugal

We work in five countries to research, develop and disseminate
innovative, trans-European training and support systems . The
objective is to enhance the quality, performance and practice of
school leaders, teachers and Regional Education
Centres/centralised public institutions in reducing Early School
Leaving by disadvantaged groups (ET 2020 Headline Target). This
improves the quality of lifelong learning for students still at school
and their capacity to benefit from it throughout their adult lives.

RECIPE Objectives

Course activities

Our overall objective is to explore and enhance the quality and performance
of school- REC partnerships and thereby help schools throughout Europe meet the 2020 headline target of reducing early leaving to below 10%.
We aim to do this by progressing a broad, inter-related set of LLP objectives
and priorities focused on Priority 1.2.4 for Comenius multilateral projects, i.e.
“Reducing early school leaving, improving the learning of students with
migrant backgrounds and Roma pupils as well as promoting gender equality
and inclusive approaches to learning”
Through collaboration between partners we intend to develop and
disseminate better quality, trans European training and support systems for
our target groups of teachers,
school leaders, teacher trainers, in all
European countries. These systems
encompass training courses for both
the induction of teachers and for their
continuing professional development
in relation to the needs of their local
communities disadvantaged groups.

The course is prepared with a
variety of activities, including
participants active participation
“Ice-breaking” activities”
Plenary sessions
Questions and answers with
board members and invited
guests/speakers
Reflection groups
Participants presentations
Key note speakers
Café innovation activity
School visits
RECIPE marketplace – an opportunity for delegates to present and share
own experiences and details of home institutions and culture.
The training event will offer cultural events based on Portugal culture.

Traning course objectives



To inform about and present the importance of centralised, coordinated actions (REC)
To exchange experiences in how to prevent Early School Leaving and
encourage to after-compulsory-education.
To explore, develop and evaluate “best practice” from a number of European teachers, trainers, principals and policy makers
Encourage and motivate course participants to include the European
and international dimension in their future projects and actions plans
for their local activities
Demonstrating and sharing the best practice between RECIPE partners
and the course participants.

Conference Venue
The first RECIPE
training course
will take place at
the Sesimbra Hotel
and Spa. A stunning
4-star property
located in the
charming village
of Sesimbra, surrounded by the Arrabida Nature Reserve and just
30 Km from Lisbon.
There are 100 guestrooms beautifully appointed featuring terraces
overlooking the Atlantic.
Course and conference facilities are also available at the Sesimbra hotel
and Spa with state of the art meeting rooms, completely equipped.
http://www.sesimbra-spahotel.com/