Confirmed Sessions in Split

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Speak English Confidently with the Callan Method26 Feb 20242024-02-26Confirmed1Register here »
Supporting Diversity with Intercultural Education in the Classroom4 Mar 20242024-03-04Confirmed1Register here »
CLIL for Physical Education Teachers18 Mar 20242024-03-18Confirmed1Register here »
ICT and Outdoor Teaching and Learning8 Apr 20242024-04-08Confirmed1Register here »
School Visits in Split: the Croatian Educational System, History and Culture8 Apr 20242024-04-08Confirmed1Register here »
CLIL for Physical Education Teachers15 Apr 20242024-04-15Confirmed1Register here »
How Digital Tools Can Help Running Your School15 Apr 20242024-04-15Confirmed1Register here »
Teaching Physical Education in Kindergartens and Primary Schools22 Apr 20242024-04-22Confirmed1Register here »
English Course for Absolute Beginners With the Callan Method29 Apr 20242024-04-29Confirmed1Register here »
ICT and Outdoor Teaching and Learning29 Apr 20242024-04-29Confirmed1Register here »
School Visits in Split: the Croatian Educational System, History and Culture29 Apr 20242024-04-29Confirmed1Register here »
Speak English Confidently with the Callan Method29 Apr 20242024-04-29Confirmed1Register here »
Museum-Based Learning in Split13 May 20242024-05-13Confirmed1Register here »
School Visits in Split: the Croatian Educational System, History and Culture13 May 20242024-05-13Confirmed1Register here »
English Course for Absolute Beginners With the Callan Method20 May 20242024-05-20Confirmed1Register here »
Art, Music, and Dance Therapy for an Inclusive Classroom27 May 20242024-05-27Confirmed1Register here »
Effective Language Teaching Techniques27 May 20242024-05-27Confirmed1Register here »
Engage Your Students with Blended Learning Activities27 May 20242024-05-27Confirmed1Register here »
Teaching Physical Education in Kindergartens and Primary Schools27 May 20242024-05-27Confirmed1Register here »
Conflict Management, Emotional Intelligence and Bullying Prevention3 Jun 20242024-06-03Confirmed1Register here »
ICT and Outdoor Teaching and Learning10 Jun 20242024-06-10Confirmed1Register here »
Inclusive Teaching with Artificial Intelligence24 Jun 20242024-06-24Confirmed1Register here »
Student-Centered Classroom: Teachers as Promoters of Active Learning24 Jun 20242024-06-24Confirmed1Register here »
English Course for Absolute Beginners With the Callan Method15 Jul 20242024-07-15Confirmed1Register here »
Art, Music, and Dance Therapy for an Inclusive Classroom22 Jul 20242024-07-22Confirmed1Register here »
Outdoor Learning: from Urban Nature to the Great Outdoors5 Aug 20242024-08-05Confirmed1Register here »
Supporting Diversity with Intercultural Education in the Classroom5 Aug 20242024-08-05Confirmed1Register here »
Art, Music, and Dance Therapy for an Inclusive Classroom26 Aug 20242024-08-26Confirmed1Register here »

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About the Training Centre in Split

All our courses in Split 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.

Our venues are located as follows:

How to Reach Us

From the airport, you can take a Shuttle bus.

The bus stop is in front of the airport, under the pedestrian overpass which leads to the airport from the car parking. Take bus number 37 direction TROGIR – AIRPORT – SPLIT.

If you decide to take a taxi, make sure to ask in advance how much they will charge you.

Our Cultural Activities

Free time activities in Split always include a walking tour of the city.

Other tours depend on the season and availability and can include one of the tours on this list:

Further information on our activities will be provided after the confirmation of the course.

Split and Surroundings

Split is located in central Dalmatia on the Split peninsula and it is surrounded by the crystal clear Adriatic Sea and beautiful nearby islands of Brač, Hvar, and Šolta, as well as by soaring mountains and hills overlooking the city.

What makes Split unique is its Diocletian Palace, a Unesco World Heritage Site, and a shooting location for “Game of Thrones”. Built at the turn of the 4th century by Roman Emperor Diocletian as his retirement residence and military garrison, the palace is the bustling heart of the city with numerous bars and restaurants, shops, and open-air markets, visited by locals and tourists alike.

Split is a popular destination for countless cultural events, such as film and theatre festivals, concerts, exhibitions, and world-class museums.

Split has a Mediterranean climate, with dry and very hot summers and mild winters. With an average temperature of 23 °C, August is the warmest month of the year, while January has the lowest average temperature of 4 °C.

When in Split, make sure that you take it easy. There is no rush. Engage in a conversation with the locals, taste delicious Dalmatian food, and enjoy mouth-watering flavors of locally grown food and wine. Or simply put, enjoy every single moment to the fullest while in Split.

Best Things to Do in Split

1) Peristyle

Peristyle is the central square of Diocleatian’s Palace surrounded by two rows of Corinthian-style columns connected by arches. The upper part of the square leads to the Vestibule, and the lower to the magnificent basements of the palace.

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2) Diocletian’s Palace

Diocletian’s Palace is the city’s most well-known cultural tourist attraction and one of the world’s best-preserved Roman monuments. Even though it is called a palace, its structure resembles a massive walled fortress. Each of the four walls has an entranceway in the middle named after a metal: the Golden Gate, the Silver Gate, the Bronze Gate, and the Iron Gate.

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3) Grgur Ninski

This massive sculpture of Grgur Ninski, made by one of the most famous Croatian sculptors, Ivan Mitrovic proudly stands just outside the Golden Gate. Grgur Ninski, a 10th-century Croatian bishop, introduced the use of the Croatian language instead of Latin in religious services. Rubbing his left toe is said to bring good luck.

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4) Cathedral of St. Domnius

The Cathedral of Saint Domnius was built as a mausoleum for Diocletian in AD 305. In the 5th century, the Christians destroyed Diocletian’s sarcophagus and converted hir tomb to a church. The Cathedral is surrounded by 24 columns. Inside the cathedral, there is a frieze that still includes images of the emperor and his wife.

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5) Bačvice Beach

Bačvice is a huge sandy beach in the city center and the city harbor with a capacity of over 10,000 bathers. Bačvice is home to the game “picigin”, a traditional ball game played in shallow waters with the aim to keep the ball out of the water for as long as possible. Beach during the day, Bačvice turns into a famous club scene and a hotspot for young people.

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6) Marjan Hill

Marjan is a hill on the peninsula of Split. It stands 178 meters tall and provides a panoramic view of the city, surrounding islands, and the Mosor and Kozjak mountains. Its dense Mediterranean pine forests and peaceful pathways make Marjan a popular excursion destination and a recreational hub for locals and tourists alike.

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7) Vranjača Cave

Only a half-hour drive from Split, you will find this protected geomorphological natural monument which was discovered in 1903 and opened to the public in 1929.

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8) Skywalk Biokovo

Only 59 km away from Split you will find a place where you can walk on clouds. Skywalk is 1228 m above sea level and gives an amazing view of the Adriatic Sea and the islands and on a sunny day, the view even reaches the coast of Italy.

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9) The Riva

Riva is Split’s popular promenade, ideal for a morning coffee as well as for a top-notch evening out with friends. Riva is the heart of Split’s city life, hosting a variety of cultural and entertainment events, such as the Split carnival or the Festival of St. Domnius.

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10) Makarska

The city of Makarska is awaiting you at the foot of the mountain Biokovo. You can have lunch at one of many restaurants by the sea or have a rest on one of the popular beaches that you can reach on foot in less than 20 minutes.

11) Brač

The Island of Brač is within an hour’s reach from Split. The ferry stops in Supetar, a typical Dalmatian town with small restaurants and beautiful beaches. From Supetar, you can visit Vidova Gora, the highest point on the island.

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