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18 Mar

Training Course: Linguistic Workout! English communication competences for transnational youth projects

Mollina (Malaga)

This TC aims to improve communication competences in English with a functional methodology focusing on international youth work within Erasmus+. It targets participants seeking to build partnerships and develop international youth projects.

  • Have you ever had difficulties working in international environments?
  • Would you like to improve your English competences to work with E+?
  • Would you like to gain effective communication and better quality of your projects?
  • How about getting new partners and developing projects together?

If YES to any of the above, this course is for you!

The course is designed for people who wish to gain confidence and get new tools to communicate in English based on their existing knowledge. Because of that, it is intended for participants with an intermediate level. (A2-B1). It is NOT for beginners or advanced learners.

Linguistic Workout! 2019
Event Details
As planned
Event type
Professional development event
EU project nr.
This training activity is funded by Erasmus+
Organiser type
Other event
Organiser name
Erasmus+ Spanish National Agency (National Agency)
Registration URL
Number of delegates
< 100
Target group
Academics, students, researchers in andragogy
Adult learning networks & organisations
Projects & partnerships
Policy makers
Theme addressed
Aims and objectives
The aim of this training course is to provide practical tools to participants to improve their communication competences (skills, attitudes and knowledge) in English for international projects within ERASMUS+ and European mobility and lifelong learning programmes.


- To provide participants with practical tools to activate and improve their English language skills.

- To develop strategies to handle communications in international learning mobility projects.

- To help participants improve their existing communication skills in English in order to develop international projects in the field of learning mobility.

- To rehearse practical situations where English communication is required (presentations of their jobs and tasks, presentations of their organisations, project design and presentation, etc.)

- To provide information and vocabulary about mobility and Erasmus+ programmes as well as project management.

- To develop English communication strategies to tackle cultural differences in order to facilitate understanding in intercultural and international partnerships.

- To facilitate the building of long-lasting partnerships among participants’ organisations for future collaboration.
Expected (learning) outcomes
The programme of the course is built around activities relevant to the improvement of English communication in an international environment. During the course, participants will learn how to learn by themselves and to improve their skills thanks to simulation exercises, role-play games, presentations and workgroups, where the participants will work on reading comprehension, vocabulary, grammar revision, listening and oral practice.
Recognition / certification of participation
Participants are entitled to receive a Youthpass certificate from the organiser, for recognition of their competence development during the activity.
Attending fee

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