EDUC-SHARE : Online Staff Training Programme in 21st Century Skills - Second Edition

L'alliance EDUC est heureuse de présenter la deuxième édition de son programme de formation du personnel aux compétences transversales, développé dans le cadre du projet EDUC-SHARE. Ce programme de formation, composé d'une série de sessions de formation en ligne et en anglais proposées par les membres fondateurs de l'alliance EDUC, est accessible à l'ensemble de leur personnel enseignant et administratif.

Presentation of the programme

EDUC-SHARE: Online Staff Training Programme in 21st Century Skills
Second Edition - Fall 2023



The EDUC Alliance is glad to present the 2nd Edition of its Staff Training Programme in 21st Century Skills, developed as part of the EDUC-SHARE project. This training programme, composed of a series of online training sessions in English offered by the founding members of the EDUC Alliance, is accessible to all of their faculty and administrative staff.

Click on each training session for more information.

Places will be allocated to the participants on the basis of first come, first served. Fill in the registration form below if you are interested in attending one or more sessions! The minimum level of English required to participate is B2 or higher**.
 
Problem-solving and decision-making - 10 November 2023

By Cristina Cabras, Associate Professor of Social Psychology, Work and Organizational Psychology (UniCa) & Mirian Agus, Associate Professor of Psychometrics, Psychologist (UniCa) – Cagliari
10 November 2023, 10:00-13:00
Number of participants: up to 50


The training activities will refer to the scientific area of Cognitive Psychology Applied to Problem Solving and Decision Making. 
During the 3 hours of the course, the teachers will address the following aspects of problem-solving and decision-making:
● Topic presentation
● Exercise
● Problem finding – detection of a problem
● Problem setting – definition of a problem
● Problem analysis – decomposition of the main problem in secondary problems
● Decision making – decision on how to act
● Decision taking – transition to action
● Question time
● Discussion and conclusions

Master brain - 20 November 2023

By Václav Strnadel  Soft-skills Trainer & Business Storyteller (company Azteka) - Masaryk university CERPEK
20 November 2023, 9:00-12:30
Number of participants: 30-40


Make full use of your brain power! In this workshop full of practical exercises, you will find out how our memory really works. How we create memories and why we forget.
How to remember and learn anything you want. And here is a little spoiler alert: although our brain is an amazing organ, you will discover it cannot be always trusted…
Workshop contents:
● What do we remember and why do we forget?
● Creating memories. Even the false ones.
● Sensory, short- and long-term memory in practice
● Storytelling and memory hacking


Resilience - 16 and 23 November 2023

By Edit Bányai, Associate Professor of Marketing and Intercultural Business Communication - University of Pécs
16 and 23 November 2023, 9:00-11:00
Number of participants: 15-20

Resilience training focuses on the following areas:

  • Master the skillset, toolset and mindset of cultivating resilience, reframing adversity and unleashing your potential.
    • How could you establish your inner stability, resilience regarding change and crisis?
    • Our emotional health, reactive-proactive approach
    • Positive attitude, self-motivation
  • Our energy levels
  • The different types of stress.  Positive stress, effects of stress
  • Mastering and implementing some efficient stress management techniques and coping mechanisms into our everyday lives, creating a positive attitude.


Staying motivated in another language - 21 November 2023

By Daniel Schug, Associate Professor in English for non-English majors - University of Nanterre
21 November 2023, 14:00-17:00
Number of participants : 15-20


Operating in international contexts can be tricky for a number of reasons — particularly when we have to work in a different language.  Low motivation, language anxiety, and difficulty focusing are just a few of things that can make it difficult to develop our language skills at work.  This training will help you incorporate language development into your daily routine to help you become a more effective, confident foreign language user. Topics covered:

  • Tools for autonomous practice (resources, websites, AI chatbots…)
  • Tools for reflexive practice (journals, discussion boards…)
  • Strategies for keeping motivation high & stress low

**Contrary to other training programs, this program is open to those with a B1 level of English or greater.


Identify and mobilize your soft skills - 14 November 2023

By Lucy Arbuckle, Associate Professor in Applied Linguistics - University of Rennes
14 November 2023, 9:30-12:30
Number of participants : up to 16


Soft skills are increasingly valued by recruiters. Used on a daily basis, they help to anticipate a person's ability to integrate easily, to work in a team and/or independently. This workshop will help you identify your soft skills and develop them.

Registration form

Participants can attend one or more sessions. Please indicate your preferences among the training sessions you wish to attend.

Registrations will be open from 5 October until 26 October 2023 at 17:00.

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