TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS LEARNING FOR
KEELING OVER THE INTERCULTURAL GAP
Our project is not only a training opportunity for those who seek for professional solutions in their adult education activities with migrants. It`s also a rare chance for professional development by multiplying their knowledge and skills to other professionals and becoming trainers of educators.
Supporting Еuropean adult learning for migrant inclusion
Women take part in an integration course in
Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate. Photo: DPA
BECAUSE MIGRANT INTEGRATION MATTERS
Migrant training in adult learning settings in nowadays Europe is a dynamic educational domain that faces a wide range of challenges. There is a growing need among educators and administrative staff for learning approaches and methods that can bridge the gaps in intercultural communication and foster migrants inclusion: both in education and social life. Transactional analysis offers a great opportunity to develop such methods...
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Participating in TALKING project offers a rare opportunity to network and collaborate with colleagues from all over Europe; get access to virtual and residential discussions; learn about good practices and receive expert advice on using transactional analyses in adult education with migrants.
The TALKING project offers an unique opportunity for a free and user-friendly access to a virtual learning community of European trainers and administrative staff, working with migrants and seeking educational support to their every-day efforts for inclusion. Join eTALKING now!
network locally& europeanwide
Promoting migrant inclusion through adult education and learning has been part of European Union policy for some time. At both formal and non-formal levels of adult educational provision, migrant inclusion has been addressed through the development of local community learning. Our project emphasizes on building adult trainers` capacity in the European communities and engaging both learners and educators in a constructive intercultural dialogue, supported by transactional analysis.