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Erasmus+ Introduction

Future Learning, established in 2013, is a leading project-based, technology-enhanced English language school located on the island of Ireland. Future Learning’s headquarters is in Ireland’s Capital city, Dublin, along with Ireland’s Ancient East and the second centre is located in a traditional Irish midlands town, Athlone, right in the heart of Ireland's Hidden Heartlands, one hour from the Wild Atlantic Way.

Future Learning’s Directors David Ganly (CEO) and Peter Lahiff (Academic Director) both stem from educational backgrounds. David is a qualified second-level Engineer, Design Communication Graphics, and Technology Teacher, and while teaching, spent his summers managing busy international junior summer school centres. David’s passion for using technology and computers in the classroom, and his experience dealing with international students led to the founding of the school. Peter joined Future Learning as Academic Director in the first year of operations. He is an experienced course designer, teacher trainer, and academic manager who has worked in English language teaching for 20 years. He has extensive experience in developing innovative curricula with a student-centered educational approach and a focus on consistent placement and learner progression.

Since 2015 Future Learning has been a recognized provider of Erasmus+ training courses and has warmly welcomed, organized, and shared innovative practices with participants throughout Europe and from all around the world. Future Learning’s Erasmus+ Organisation ID is E10093822. We have experience in thoroughly assessing the sending institutions’ needs and are very happy to work with your institution to ensure that our training courses meet the development objectives of your Erasmus+ project.

To facilitate the mobility-funded exchange of best practices and to achieve Erasmus+ participants learning outcomes, Future Learning welcomes sending institutions and/or intermediaries to contact us to establish collaboration by entering into a Memorandum of Understanding Agreement.

Looking forward to welcoming many Erasmus+ participants in the coming years, not only to achieve your learning outcomes through technology-enhanced learning but to thoroughly enjoy and experience the warmth and friendliness of the Irish people, its culture, landscape, and traditions.

Our Courses

Future Learning offers a series of Teacher Training Courses, Language Courses including 21st Century Skills to Erasmus+ participants aged 18+ and 21st Century Projects to Erasmus+ Young Learners (aged 12 to 16) and Young Adults (aged 17 to 20). These courses can be taken on an individual basis or tailored to closed groups upon request and are summarised as follows:

21st Century Projects Young Learners (12 to 16) and Young Adults (17 to 20)

  • Digital European Citizenship
  • Environment and Sustainability
  • Identity and Culture
  • Stories and Drama

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