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  1educat  editor  arhiva eBYF  nr. 20 / 2002   
Oferta de cursuri, detaliatć pe domenii
Planificarea carierei
Stiri, evolutii, legislatie, dictionar de termeni
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nr. 20/ 28 ianuarie 2002

A.  Academia 1educat
B.  www.1educat.ro - link-uri utile
C.  Oferta de cursuri/ seminarii/ scoli/ evenimente

A.  Academia 1educat
Curs-ul "Idei creative pentru copii" (adresat parintilor, persoanelor care lucreaza cu copii - educatori, invatatori, profesori etc - si nu numai) va prezinta intre 15 decembrie si 11 ianuarie tema "Machiajul fetei: cu ce ne machiem, idei, sugestii, tenul sensibil" Puteti accesa si forumul de discutii pe marginea cursului. http://academia.1educat.ro/

B. www.1educat.ro portal dedicat ofertelor de cursuri/training
Link-uri utile @ 1educat.ro
*** Furnizori de pregatire - 53 domenii de formare
*** Stiri

C.  Oferta de cursuri/programe de training/seminarii/scoli/evenimente
Program de formare la distanta in domeniul consilierii si orientarii scolare si profesionale.
Sunt disponibile pe Internet produsele unui proiect de formare la distanta realizate in cadrul programului Leonardo da Vinci. Proiectul se numeste OSPZD, este initiat si coordonat de sectia Orientare Scolara si Profesionala din cadrul Institutului de Stiinte ale Educatiei si urmareste perfectionarea cadrelor didactice (in special din zonele defavorizate) in domeniul consilierii si al orientarii scolare si profesionale. In cadrul acestui proiect au fost elaborate 27 de module de pregatire ce abordeaza fiecare cate un aspect distinct al domeniului OSP. Aceste materiale au fost editate si distribuite la un numar de 2500 de scoli situate in zone defavorizate. Desi populatia tinta a proiectului o reprezinta tinerii din zonele defavorizate, aceste materiale sunt de un real folos pentru toti practicienii consilierii si orientarii scolare, de aceea le-am publicat si pe Internet la adresa http://ospzd.ise.ro. Site-ul contine si originalele in engleza si franceza pentru modulele ce apartin unor autori straini. Acest site reprezinta un instrument de perfectionare la distanta a consilierilor scolari si a studentilor ce se pregatesc pentru acest domeniu. Modulele nu cuprind elemente de interactivitate obisnuite intr-un context de invatarea online, accentual cazand pe elementele de continut, si pe autoevaluare. Lamuriri suplimentare in legatura cu teoria si practica OSP expuse puteti primi trimitand mesaj la adresa de email a site-ului.
The Network Scholarship Programs (NSP) Department of the Open Society Institute is pleased to offer supplementary grants to students from Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, BosniA, Bulgaria, Croatia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Mongolia, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, and Yugoslavia.
The purpose of the program is to enable qualified students to pursue Doctoral studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences at accredited universities in Western Europe, Asia, Australia and North America.
For further information, please visit the NSP website at http://www.soros.org/scholar.
You may also contact NSP at: Open Society Institute, 400 West 59th Street, New York, NY 10019, Tel: 1-212-548-0175, Fax: 1-212-548-4652, Email: scholar@sorosny.org
"Human rights and transitional justice." http://groups.yahoo.com/group/humanrights-course 
We want to introduce you an innovative two-year graduate degree program in International Peace and Conflict Resolution at Arcadia University, located in suburban Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  The Master of Arts in International Peace and Conflict Resolution (MA in IPCR) offers a curriculum that allows students to develop an area of concentration within the discipline, build an international network of contacts and gain practical field experience. The M.A. is founded on a long tradition of both interdisciplinary and international study programs based at Arcadia University. IPCR takes a multi-disciplinary, social scientific approach to the
study of conflict. We invite students to look at the concepts of `peace' and `conflict' as observable phenomena in our world today. That is, our program presupposes that conflict is innate in all levels of societal organization and is not, by definition, necessarily bad; it is, in essence, a form of, and ultimately, a catalyst for change. Conflict per se also has certain discernable characteristics; to this extent, it is both predictable and, in the case of potentially volatile conflict, possibly controllable or even avoidable. Conflicts both around the globe and in our own neighborhoods share many of these common denominators. We are beginning to review applications for our Fall 2002 class. Practitioners in the field who wish to further their education are also encouraged to apply. A limited number of partial scholarships are available. Awards are based on financial need and academic achievement. For additional information please consult our web page, www.arcadia.edu/IPCR.  Phone: (215) 572 4094, fax: (215) 572 2126, Contact Person: Dr. Warren Haffar, Director IPCR
M. A. in European Studies at the K. U. Leuven
Applications are invited for the Master programme in European Studies, beginning in late September 2002 at the Catholic University of Leuven. The Master's program in European Studies was established in 1988 on the initiative of different faculties of the University of Leuven. With the growing importance of the European integration, the program wanted to respond to the need for high-level courses on European affairs. The founders of the program opted to offer a broad set of courses, not limiting its scope to the European Union but allowing
students to study at the same time the larger European context, with both its similarities and differences. Drawing on the experience of one decade, the European Studies program has been able to raise the quality of the program continuously. The MA-program in European Studies is an advanced, full-time one-year (two-year for part-time students) study program. As it is primarily oriented towards an international audience of students, the complete program is taught in English. Among other advanced study programs on European affairs, the Leuven program stands out by its interdisciplinary approach. Courses are offered from diverging fields (law, economics, political sciences, history, arts, ethnicity studies). The aim is to approach the European integration process from different angles, combining the insights of different disciplines. This allows students both to study Europe with a broad focus and to deepen their
knowledge in a certain field. Eminent specialists, either because of their academic background or because of their prominent role within the European institutions, guarantee the high level and quality of the courses. This interdisciplinary spirit of a program focusing on both the European civilization and on the integration process allows for a critical approach, studying both Europe's unity and its rich diversity, both aspects of integration and of disintegration. 
European House, Blijde-Inkomststraat 5, 3000 Leuven, Belgium
Email: arlet.hendrickx@arts.kuleuven.ac.be Visit the Lecture website at
The American Bar Association/Central and East European Law Initiative
CEELI Legislative Fellowships
The Central and East European Law Initiative (CEELI) is a public service project of the American Bar Association (ABA) designed to advance the rule of law by supporting the law reform process underway in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Each year, CEELI awards a limited number of resident Fellowships for intensive legal research,
analysis, and writing. Fellows will work in Washington, D.C. at CEELI's Legislative Assistance and Research Program, conducting legislative analysis of draft laws from CEE and the former Soviet Union. Fellows will organize and manage working groups of judges, law professors, and attorneys to comment on the draft laws, and then write the final analysis. Fellows will also research and write discussion papers relating to legal reform in the region, focusing on topics concerning judicial independence, the legal profession, gender issues, environmental law, and criminal law. Fellows are fully integrated into CEELI's day-to-day operations, and are encouraged to participate in appropriate discussion forums hosted by CEELI and other institutions in Washington, D.C. Fellows must hold a law degree from either a U.S. or foreign law school. They must be highly motivated, able to work independently, and possess both excellent interpersonal and writing skills. Experience in international law and comparative legal systems is strongly preferred. Successful applicants will demonstrate the ability to strengthen the Legislative Assistance & Research Program's capacity to conduct substantive research and analysis. Applications will be accepted until April 30th, 2002. Fellows will be hired on one-year contracts for $30,000 plus ABA benefits, including paid vacation and administrative leave, Federal holidays, and medical, dental, and vision care insurance. Positions will begin on or about September 2nd, 2002 and will end August 31st, 2003. To apply, please complete an application packet, which can be downloaded from http://www.abanet.org/ceeli/positions/fellowship.html. Applications must be mailed to:
CEELI Fellowship Program, Attn: Andrew Solomon, Esq., 740 Fifteenth Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20005-1022. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE
Depending on approval by the University Board, The University of TromsŪ, Norway, is offering a two-year master's degree programme in Peace and Conflict studies starting autumn semester 2002. The programme aims at international recruitment of students, with students from Nordic and non-Nordic countries. All literature, teaching and student work will be in English. Admission is limited.  Aims of the Programme This Master's degree programme takes an interdisciplinary approach; introductory courses to the field of peace and conflict studies can be combined with a variety of specialisations. During the first year teaching will be intensive, with an emphasis on course work, group work and examination papers. The teaching and learning methods will be problem based, and  student work and problems of current interest will be a central part of the study. Teaching will be organised as a recurrent cycle of study, discussion, lectures, research and academic production guided by tutors/ advisers. Curriculum - Integrated peace and conflict studies (introductory and advanced
courses) - Political, historical, economic and legal perspectives on conflicts, war and peace
- Conflict, violence and peace. Perspectives on culture, ethnic relations, socialisation, communication, religion and pedagogy - Methodology, research methods and ethics in peace studies - Specialisation course. The student chooses among a variety of courses offered from
research groups in social sciences, literature and social medicine - Master's thesis/ equivalent Master's work. The student should choose a specialisation in line with his or her
Master's thesis. The Master's thesis should be independent empirical work, and may be based on a field work. Admission Requirements and Procedures The programme is directed at students trained in social sciences, humanities, law or health studies. Applicants must document at least three years of studies at university level beyond the basic entrance
requirements equivalent to a Bachelor's degree. Preference will be given to applicants who can document academic work, experience and interest in topics related to peace and conflict transformation. Applicants should enclose a statement of purpose and personal essay of
approximately two pages describing their interest and/or experience in this field. The programme will be taught in English and applicants must be able to document adequate proficiency in English. For more information about admission requirements:
Application Deadline: The application deadline for 2002-2003 will be -15th February 2002 for applicants under the Quota Programme (see below). -1st March for non-nordic applicants not eligible for the QuotaProgramme.-15th April for nordic applicants.
The Programme starts mid-August 2002. Funding Quota Programme. The Quota Programme is a funding scheme offered by the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research to students from qualifying countries for studies at institutions of higher education in Norway.
Application Process - Application information and materials may be obtained from the
University of Tromsoe, International Student Office, N-9037 Tromsoe, Norway (karin.hafstad@adm.uit.no).
For information about the Quota Programme and application procedures for the Master's degree programme, please contact the Foreign Student Adviser: e-mail: int.stud@adm.uit.no, tel. +47 776 44 968, telefax +47 776 44 900. You will also find information about the University of Tromsoe at http://www.adm.uit.no/studie/foreign/ More information about the programme will be available at our homepage peace.uit.no from 28 January. You can also address questions about the programme directly to: mail@peace.uit.no
COMPASS Training organizeaza in luna februarie 2002 urmatoarele cursuri deschise:
- 01-02 februarie - Comunicarea Eficienta (GC)
- 08-09 februarie - Tehnici de Vanzare de Baza (BSS)
- 15-16 februarie - Servicii de Calitate Superioara (SCS)
- 15-16 februarie - Marketingul Serviciilor (MS)
- 22-23 februarie - Negocieri&Managementul Schimbarii (NCMS)
In afara cursurilor standard, deschise, COMPASS Training poate dezvolta programe de training dedicate, pentru nevoi punctuale ale firmelor cliente, in baza realizarii unei Evaluari a Nevoilor de Training, cu stabilirea unor obiective clare si precise. Programele de training dedicate (In company) se pot desfasura pe orice durata de timp solicitata de client.
Trainerii sunt absolventi MBA, cu practica in domeniul trainingului, marketingului, managementului si vanzarilor. Incepand cu anul 2001, ei dispun si de certificari LIFO (Life Orientation). Detalii suplimentare, precum si programarea cursurilor pe intregul an, pot fi obtinute la tel/fax: 01-320.42.92, sau email: training@compass.ro.=20
Persoana de contact: Stefania Luca More info about us at http://www.compass.ro
IRECSON a inceput inscrierile pentru cursul Asistent Manager. Perioada de desfasurare: 9 februarie-28 aprilie, simbata si duminica.Tematici abordate: Management, Customer care, Managementul timpului, Managementul Proiectelor,Comunicare,Legislatie, Finante contabilitate, Limba engleza de afaceri. Cursul se adreseaza persoanelpr cu studii superioare, care doresc sa ocupe aceste functii in companii multinationale, fundatii, primarii etc.
Pe 16 februarie IRECSON va debuta si cursul de Asistent Relatii Publice. Tematici abordate: Planul de campanie in relatii publice, Cercetarea si evaluarea publicului tinta, Relatii cu presa, Relatiile cu grupurile de lobby, Marketing politic etc., Informatii la tel. 3141890, 3132092 sau manu@irecson.ro.

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