In Dialogue offers various international courses of mostly four days. The courses are open to anyone with an interest in the subjects. Furthermore funding options are available for staff in schools, adult, vocational and higher education (the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union, KA1). All our courses are based on positive relational approaches to change and learning (narrative, appreciative, solution focused and systemic approaches), as we believe that appreciation is a pre-condition for learning and change that organisational life is relational, and that dialogue inspires development and innovation. Previous participants have found these approaches useful and inspiring both professionally and personally.
Leading in complex surroundings
Monitoring and evaluation
Inspiring facilitation, teaching and training
Strengths in teaching
Consulting and development of teams and groups
Narrative coaching and guidance
Strength based coaching and guidance
Collaborative teaching, management and guidance
This years' extra Erasmus+ programme KA1 deadline has been set at 4th October 2023 (the annual deadline is 2nd half of February). This is for small scale projects, with maximum 30 mobilities and for projects lasting up to one and a half year.. For this deadline you can seek funding to send staff to our courses from Spring 2024 to Winter 2025. Check out more on Erasmus+ funding on our site!
From August the 23rd to the 26th, 2023, the Network for Innovation in Career Guidance and Counselling in Europe (NICE) will hold its third NICE Academy at the University of Liepaja. Read all about it here or go directly to the NICE academy pages.
The overall goal of the project is to improve plant literacy of general public by more efficient and attractive botany teaching at all school levels which has to be reached via education of educators, i.e. innovative teachers‘ training. The target group of this project are pre- and in- service teachers of all school levels (primary as well as secondary school, natural science teachers at agrarian and environmental secondary schools and related fields. The role of In Dialogue in this project is especially addressing the negative discourses around biology and plant education, and how teachers can work with that in the classroom. It runs from January 2022 until January 2025. Klick here to find out more!
The Fair School project is an Erasmus+ funded project, which aims to develop a set of innovative tools for secondary schools across Europe, to assist these schools in (further) becoming fair, tolerant and inclusive places, especially those schools which are seeing increased cultural, ethnical as well as religious diversity. It runs from January 2020 until June 2023. Klick here to find out more!