English as a second language is one of the most important tools we can learn for teaching, as it greatly increases our possibilities as tutors, as workers, and, of course, as individuals. That is why at Erasmus Learning Academy (ELA) we are delighted to be able to offer our English courses!
The course, held between July 31 and August 4, was taught by trainers Martina Granata and Isabel Martínez, and was attended by 14 participants from Latvia, Portugal, Poland, Austria, Iceland and Finland. The participants were divided by level between the A1/A2 class (taught by Martina) and the B1/B2 class (taught by Isabel)
During the classes various topics were covered such as the working environment, the future, culture, hobbies...
At the end of the training, all participants were given a certificate of attendance to corroborate their participation in the course.
Thanks to our team of volunteers, the participants enjoyed the city of Bologna with two sightseeing tours of the city center, as well as dinners and lunches in typical Bolognese restaurants.
We would like to thank our participants: Jeļena Viļuma, Marina Pavlāne, Daira Ertmane and Gaļina Rižakova from Secondary School Rezekne; João Nuno Mendes de Matos, Maria de Fátima da Silva Filipe and Carla Isabel Fernandes Pavanico from Agrupamento de Escolas Emídio Navarro; Amelia Wichowicz from CLIX Liceum Ogólnokształcące im. Króla Jana III Sobiesiego; Sabine Buchwald from Pädagogische Hochschule Kärnten; Þorgerður Guðmundsdóttir, Erla Rán Kjartansdóttir and Sigfríð Einarsdóttir from Brekkuskóli; Arta Starastina from Vidzemes Tehnoloģiju un Dizaina Tehnikums; and Heidi Karppanen from Sastamala Community College.
Thank you very much!
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