We would like to invite you to attend in
Courses and training 2 April – 7 April 2022, Athens, Greece under project 2021-1-BG01-KA122-ADU-000030579 Life skills – Balance between parenting and career, Erasmus +
|Detailed programme of the mobility period:
The program – how to use it. Life skills. What is work-life balance? Main aspects of career development. Main aspects of parenting. A healthy work-life balance is good for your children, your family relationships and you. Balancing Parenting and Work Stress Recommendations based on experience that help confront this managerial and leadership challenge Ways to increase knowledge and skills through the use of Internet resources Tips for your family Use your professional strengths Have a vision for what you want your working-parent life to be Think long term Have a Plan B and don’t wait for a crisis to use it. “EARLY-CAREER PSYCHOLOGY. Balancing kids and careers. HOW TO INTEGRATE WORK AND FAMILY TIME “Parenting in the Digital Age The Challenges of Parental Responsibility in Comparative Perspective” How to Balance Parenting and Work in the Digital Age Challenges of parental responsibility in the digital age: a global perspective UNICEF
The selection method was chosen for the participants in the mobility, as it will be :
– by submitting a CV and an application and in the second stage – an interview with a committee.
Measures will be taken to prevent conflicts of interest with regard to those involved in the selection process for mobility participants in Greece. All submitted documents (CVs and applications) of the candidates will be examined by the Commission and after approval of the first stage, the selected candidates will be invited for an interview. The selection method will ensure the selection of the most suitable participants to promote
their knowledge, skills and competences in the field of balance between parenting and the career.
The selection of participants will last until September 01.03.2022. The group will consist of 14 participants
This project is financially supported by the Erasmus + Program and the AYPB is fully responsible for the content of this document, and under no circumstances can it be accepted as an official position of the Union and the National Agency.