Non-Violent Communication

Hosting Higher Education Institution:
European Academy of Innovation
Institution website:
Monday, 17 June, 2024 to Friday, 21 June, 2024
Registration fee:
650 euro - Accommodation, meals, coffee breaks, cultural immersion included
Fee reductions/waivers:
Alumni benefit from a 50 euro discount
Maximum number of participants:
Deadline for applying:
Friday, 7 June, 2024
Accommodation provided
Contact person details:
Stirbu Monica
+40 721 305 948

What is the goal of the training program?

The Erasmus+ STT week on Non-Violent Communication aims to create a culture of respect, empathy, and effective communication within the academic environment. The key goals include fostering empathy, enhancing communication skills, building positive relationships, reducing misunderstandings and miscommunications. Improving the ability to express oneself honestly and clearly, while simultaneously respecting and acknowledging others' perspectives contributes to creating a safe and enjoyable work environment. For academic staff, applying NVC principles to create a more inclusive, supportive, and engaging classroom environment, enhancing student-teacher interactions.


Whom does it address?

Participants to the training should be members of the academic community with an English level of B1 or above, looking to develop and/or improve their assertiveness: teaching staff, administrative staff, PhD candidates or researchers etc.


How is the program structured?

The training program will take place in the lovely city of Timisoara, Romania. Timisoara is also known as little Vienna because of its habsburgic look and traces of the Austrian Empire. Timisoara was elected European Capital of Culture for 2023 because of its beauty, rich cultural life and peaceful blend of ethnic minorities. The training program will be divided into presentations and workshops combined with one-to-one coaching sessions. With a total duration of 25 hours, the classes will take place from Monday to Friday, from 9 am to 3 pm. After completion, all participants will be awarded Erasmus+ Staff Mobility (STT) certificates. The training includes also a rich cultural component with several activities proposed for each day.


Can the training be funded through Erasmus+ STT grants?

Yes, each participant can apply for a mobility grant within his/her institution. We will provide all the required documentation for the Erasmus+ STT grant applicants: invitation, training curricula and certificate of attendance.


What is the cost of the program?

The program package costs 650 euro and it includes:


How do I register?

By filling in the application form available here.

Should you require any additional information, do not hesitate to contact us either by e-mail: or by phone: +40 721 305 948.


Don’t miss:

- the Museum of the Communist Consumer

- the Art Museum

- the Village Museum

- a Spa day

- Kayaking on Bega river

- Visiting Recas Winery

- Gelato di Bruno ice cream

- Iulius Town.

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