Internationalisation training for education

Would you like to shape language and internationalisation education more effectively at your secondary school? Is internationalisation at your school something that is unrelated to teaching practice and lacks support? Are continuity, coordination, assurance and a continuous learning line hard to find? This training course on Internationalisation for Education introduces you to the most important concepts and applications of internationalisation and world citizenship at secondary school.


Three modules

This training programme consists of three modules. The modules can be followed separately or in combination.

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1. Definitions and models of world citizenship, internationalisation, intercultural skills and Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL).

2. Understanding the benefits of an integrated approach to language and culture within language learning.

3. Clarification of the needs of the school in the field of internationalisation, world citizenship, CLIL and intercultural skills.

4. Insight into the applications of intercultural learning and development within the school.

5. Familiarity with various networks and subsidy options.
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1. Understanding one's own cultural context.

2. Tools for reflecting on intercultural situations.

3. Knowledge of different models of culture and intercultural communication.

4. Application of intercultural learning as part of the regular lessons.
Full 1
Full 1
1. Get to know the dynamics of CLIL.

2. Activate and enhance your knowledge of English.

3. Reflect on teaching methods and your own approach to CLIL.

4. Didactics and pedagogy of teaching a subject in another language.

5. Practise teaching in English and receive feedback on it.
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Module World Citizenship at School

For whom?
Teachers, internationalisation coordinators, team leaders, rectors (secondary schools)

How do I do this?
You register as a group and follow this module with your own colleagues

Start date?
The starting date is scheduled in consultation

At your own school
1 day
€1350,- per group (min. 4, max 12 participants)

Modules Cross-curricular Intercultural Learning & CLIL

The information below applies to the cross-curricular intercultural learning module and the CLIL module.

For whom?
Teachers and coordinators of internationalisation (secondary schools)

How do I do this?
This is an open registration. You register on an individual basis

Start date ?
The starting date and times can be found here

On location at Babel in Utrecht
3 half-days per module + 2 hours of self-study per module on average
€625,- per participant per module

Globi and Babel join forces

This programme was set up through a collaboration between Globi and Babel. This unique training programme was developed by combining our expertises – internationalisation & language.

Meet Globi
Globi offers intercultural professionalisation and creates impactful internationalisation activities for schools. We support the shaping of the internationalisation curriculum and the teaching of intercultural skills, both at school and beyond. With advice, training, exchanges, world placements, guest lectures and teaching materials/learning methods from globi, every pupil, student and education professional is given the opportunity to develop self-confidence in intercultural situations. Check out the information on Globi’s website about this training programme here.
Meet Babel
Babel is the expert in the field of language. Annually, we help over 6,000 people to communicate better in 15 different languages. For secondary education, Babel provides training in ‘Teaching English‘, for example within the framework of bilingual education (TTO). Babel uses the didactic method ‘Content and Language Integrated Learning’ (CLIL). This method assumes that language acquisition not only takes place in language subjects, but also in business, science and creative subjects. By teaching subjects from all of these areas in a foreign language, we not only work on the acquisition of vocabulary, but also on communication skills.

Would you like to expand your view on internationalisation?

Are you registering a group for the module World citizenship at school? After registering, Globi will contact you to schedule the group training. Of course, we will take your planning into account. Are you registering for the module cross-curricular intercultural learning and/or CLIL? Take a look at the class schedule.

Tip for funding
This training programme can be funded by the Internationalisation of Basic Education grant scheme

Do you still have questions or would you like more information? Or are you looking for a tailor-made solution? Then don’t hesitate to contact us. Call us at 030 – 227 0008 or send an email to