Confirmed Sessions in Athens

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Basic English for European Projects3 Jun 20242024-06-03Confirmed1Register here »
ChatGPT and Basic AI Tools3 Jun 20242024-06-03Confirmed1Register here »
Drama Techniques: Developing Self-Expression, Communication an…3 Jun 20242024-06-03Confirmed1Register here »
Rediscovering the Roots of Democracy: From Ancient Greece to t…10 Jun 20242024-06-10Confirmed1Register here »
English Language Course for Beginners17 Jun 20242024-06-17Confirmed1Register here »
Cultural Heritage Education: Ancient Greece as a Case Study24 Jun 20242024-06-24Confirmed1Register here »
ICT in the Classroom: Innovative Tools to Facilitate Students …24 Jun 20242024-06-24Confirmed1Register here »
Pathways to Become a Digitally Competent Educator24 Jun 20242024-06-24Confirmed1Register here »
Basic English for European Projects1 Jul 20242024-07-01Confirmed1Register here »
ChatGPT and Basic AI Tools1 Jul 20242024-07-01Fully Booked1
Drama Techniques: Developing Self-Expression, Communication an…1 Jul 20242024-07-01Confirmed1Register here »
Google for Education: Search, Collaborate and Create1 Jul 20242024-07-01Confirmed1Register here »
AI-Powered Content Creation for Educators8 Jul 20242024-07-08Confirmed1Register here »
Competencies and Awareness for a Multicultural Classroom8 Jul 20242024-07-08Confirmed1Register here »
Dyslexia and Inclusive Language Teaching8 Jul 20242024-07-08Confirmed1Register here »
From STEM to STEAM Education: a New Learning Approach8 Jul 20242024-07-08Confirmed1Register here »
English Language Course (Advanced Level)15 Jul 20242024-07-15Confirmed1Register here »
English Language Course (Intermediate Level)15 Jul 20242024-07-15Confirmed1Register here »
English Language Course for Beginners15 Jul 20242024-07-15Confirmed1Register here »
Game-Based Learning and Gamification in the Classroom15 Jul 20242024-07-15Confirmed1Register here »
Supporting Diversity with Intercultural Education in the Class…15 Jul 20242024-07-15Confirmed1Register here »
Cultural Heritage Education: Ancient Greece as a Case Study22 Jul 20242024-07-22Confirmed1Register here »
We Are All Special: Inclusion and Support for Students with Sp…22 Jul 20242024-07-22Confirmed1Register here »
Creative and Innovative Activities Using Beginner English29 Jul 20242024-07-29Confirmed1Register here »
Inclusive Education for School Leaders: Setting the Vision and…29 Jul 20242024-07-29Confirmed1Register here »
Basic English for European Projects5 Aug 20242024-08-05Confirmed1Register here »
ChatGPT and Basic AI Tools5 Aug 20242024-08-05Confirmed1Register here »
Drama Techniques: Developing Self-Expression, Communication an…5 Aug 20242024-08-05Confirmed1Register here »
AI-Powered Content Creation for Educators19 Aug 20242024-08-19Fully Booked1
Cultural Heritage Education: Ancient Greece as a Case Study26 Aug 20242024-08-26Confirmed1Register here »
Understanding and Supporting Students With ASD and ADHD9 Sep 20242024-09-09Confirmed1Register here »
Digital Tools for Collaboration, Communication, Creativity and…16 Sep 20242024-09-16Confirmed1Register here »
ICT in the Classroom: Innovative Tools to Facilitate Students …23 Sep 20242024-09-23Confirmed1Register here »
Managing a Diverse Classroom: Facing Upcoming Challenges23 Sep 20242024-09-23Confirmed1Register here »
We Are All Special: Inclusion and Support for Students with Sp…23 Sep 20242024-09-23Confirmed1Register here »
Inclusive Education for School Leaders: Setting the Vision and…30 Sep 20242024-09-30Confirmed1Register here »
Successful Strategies for Teaching Students with Special Needs…7 Oct 20242024-10-07Confirmed1Register here »
Digital Wellbeing: A New Challenge for Teachers and Students14 Oct 20242024-10-14Confirmed1Register here »
AI-Powered Content Creation for Educators21 Oct 20242024-10-21Confirmed1Register here »
Help Your Students Cope With Stress and Anxiety Thanks to Bibl…18 Nov 20242024-11-18Confirmed1Register here »
Project-Based Learning for Primary School18 Nov 20242024-11-18Confirmed1Register here »
Supporting Diversity with Intercultural Education in the Class…18 Nov 20242024-11-18Confirmed1Register here »
Cultural Heritage Education: Ancient Greece as a Case Study25 Nov 20242024-11-25Confirmed1Register here »


About the Training Centre in Athens

All our courses in Athens will take place either in the Morning (9:00 13:45) or in the Afternoon (14:00 – 18:45) depending on classroom and trainer availability.

The courses are held in:

Organization’s Fiscal Data

ΟΙD: E10333773

Address: El. Venizelou ave 78, Kallithea 17676, Athens, Greece

VAT: 802077930
EUID: ELGEMI.169491012000

​​Responsible Person (name, function, e-mail, tel):
Dr. Ambra Falabella, Director of Europass SRL Office and Courses Operations
Phone: +39 055 1997 3220

Getting to Athens

Athens is primarily served by Athens International Airport (ATH), also known as Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport.

Get to Athens by plane

Athens International Airport is connected to the city center by the Athens Metro Line 3 (Blue Line) and trains run approximately every 30 minutes.

Furthermore, the bus service, Airport Express Bus, operates between Athens International Airport and Syntagma Square in the city center.

It runs 24/7, departing approximately every 20-30 minutes during the day and less frequently at night. The journey takes around 45-60 minutes, depending on traffic conditions.

Our Cultural Activities

The following cultural activities are included in the price of each Erasmus course in Athens:

Best Things to Do in Athens

Athens is the historical capital of Europe from the Neolithic era until today. The city’s long, fascinating history reached its peak in the 5th century B.C. (the “Golden Age of Pericles”) when its values and culture exceeded the geographical boundaries of the city and acquired universal radiance.

It is widely referred to as the cradle of Western civilization and the birthplace of democracy, mainly because of its cultural and political impact on the European continent.

Thus, Athens was the matrix of Western civilization, while countless Greek words and concepts such as democracy, harmony, music, mathematics, art, gastronomy, architecture, logic, love, euphoria, and hundreds of others enriched many languages and inspired different cultures.

Over the centuries, Athens experienced various conquerors, who left their mark on the city with glamorous monuments of rare historic importance. In 1834 Athens was declared the capital of modern Greece based on the city’s classical past, which developed into a modern metropolitan center with unparalleled charm.

In modern times Athens is a large cosmopolitan metropolis, central to economic, financial, industrial, maritime, political, and cultural life in Greece. Each neighborhood has its own unique attractions and character.

Today, visiting Athens’s city offers a unique experience: A “journey” in the history of 6,000 years in one of the most popular destinations for Greek and foreign tourists.

1) The Acropolis and the Parthenon

The name Acropolis derives from the Greek words AKRO (meaning peak, top) and POLIS (meaning city). Acropolis, therefore, means “the top of the city.” The Acropolis contains the remains of several ancient buildings of great architectural and historic significance, the most famous being the Parthenon.

The Parthenon is a temple dedicated to the goddess Athena Parthenos (Athena the Virgin). There are two other temples visible today on the Acropolis: the Erechtheum (with its famous Caryatids) and the tiny temple of Athena Nike (meaning Athena Victory).

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2) The Acropolis Museum

The Acropolis Museum is an archaeological museum focused on the findings of the archaeological site of the Acropolis of Athens. The museum was built to house every artifact found on the rock and on the surrounding slopes from the Greek Bronze Age to the Roman and Byzantine eras.

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3) The National Archaeological Museum

The National Archaeological Museum of Athens is the largest archaeological museum in Greece and one of the most important museums in the world devoted to ancient Greek art. It was founded at the end of the 19th century to house and protect antiquities from all over Greece, thus displaying their historical, cultural, and artistic value.

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4) The Benaki Museum of Greek Culture

The Benaki Museum of Greek Culture is housed in one of the most beautiful neoclassical-style buildings in Athens, near the National Garden and the Hellenic Parliament. It was converted into a museum in order to shelter the collections of Antonis Benakis. Following its most recent refurbishment (1989–2000) the building houses a unique exhibition on Greek culture arranged diachronically from prehistory to the 20th century.

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5) The Ancient Agora

The Ancient Agora Market in modern-day terms is the best-known example of an ancient Greek agora located in the northwest of the Acropolis and bounded on the south by the hill of the Areos Pagus and on the west by the hill known as the Kolonos Agoraios, also called Market Hill.

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6) The Museum of Cycladic Art

The Museum of Cycladic Art is dedicated to the study and promotion of ancient cultures of the Aegean and Cyprus culture with special emphasis on Cycladic Art of the 3rd millennium BC. It was founded in 1986 to house the collection of Nicholas and Dolly Goulandris.

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7) The Panathenaic Stadium

The Panathenaic Stadium is located on the site of an ancient stadium and for many centuries hosted games in which male athletes competed (gymnikoi agones) in track events, athletics championships as we would call them today. Since 565 BC., these games were included in the program of the Panathenaia festival celebrations.

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8) Mount Lycabettus

Standing 277 meters above sea level, Lycabettus Hill (sometimes spelled Lykavitos) is the highest point of Athens. A beautiful walk up via a circular path will be a test of endurance and a challenge. A funicular or cliff railway can also take you to the top of the hill and proves to be a novelty for those who prefer the “easy way” to the top.

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9) Monastiraki, Plaka and Koukaki

Plaka and Monastiraki, the most touristic areas of Athens, excite with picturesque corners that serve also as lessons in history. In the shadow of the Acropolis, the neighborhood of Koukaki, with its unevenly paved sidewalks lined with bitter orange trees, there is an urban village feel. Boasting is the elegant Acropolis Museum on the sweeping cobbled esplanade of Dionysiou Areopagitou which has turned Koukaki into one of the most distinguished residential districts.

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CLIL and PBL to Improve Student Engagement

Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) for Successful Schools

Drama Techniques: Developing Self-Expression, Communication and Social Skills for All Students

ICT in the Classroom: Innovative Tools to Facilitate Students Learning, Collaboration and Creativity

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