Fostering Support and Inclusive Classroom Engagement

Around the world, some 93 million children face the reality of living with a disability every day. These children, like all others, have ambitions and dreams for their future. The fundamental belief is that every child, regardless of background, identity, or family circumstances, deserves a quality education. The concept and implementation of inclusive education has gained considerable traction in recent times. Internationally, there is a growing understanding of inclusive education as a comprehensive reform that embraces and celebrates diversity among students. The call for inclusive education becomes particularly strong when the 93 million children with disabilities worldwide are considered. The need for quality education that nurtures their skills and unleashes their full potential is emphasised. However, promoting inclusive education systems is both an urgent need and a formidable challenge across Europe. Inclusive education, based on a rights-based approach, strives to provide equal learning opportunities for all students. The focus of support systems is not limited to specific target groups. Instead, they aim to strengthen the capacity of schools to respond to the diverse needs of each pupil. Inclusive education goes beyond the simple physical placement of pupils with special educational needs in mainstream classes, commonly known as ‘mainstreaming’. It aspires to create a barrier-free learning environment that accommodates each individual’s unique differences. Benefits accrue from inclusive classrooms, where students with and without disabilities thrive together. Benefits include greater academic achievement in literacy, math and social studies, improved communication and social skills, reduced absenteeism, reduced disruptive behaviour and increased motivation to learn and work. Beyond these tangible outcomes, inclusive classrooms foster a sense of camaraderie and acceptance, ultimately contributing to a more enriching and rewarding learning experience.




Number of Participants

min 7 - max 12


Regular Fee: 480.00 €
VIP Fee: 700.00€ - 800.00€


In this training course, participants will have the opportunity to identify which are the Types of disabilities, like Learning disabilities, Hearing loss, Low vision or blindness, Mobility disabilities, Chronic health disorders, Psychological or psychiatric disabilities, Asperger’s disorder and other Autism spectrum disorders. The objectives of this course include raising awareness of the unique needs of children with disabilities worldwide and how schools can advocate for their right to a quality education. Participants will delve into the fundamental principles of inclusive education as a transformative reform, recognizing the need for diversity among pupils, and embrace a deeper understanding of inclusive education, creating barrier-free learning environments. This course focuses on the benefits of inclusive classrooms, like improved academics, social skills, and motivation. Participants will be inspired to promote inclusive education, fostering a more enriching and accepting learning experience in their contexts.


This training uses a dynamic and participatory approach, with hybrid learning. Participants will engage in interactive sessions, case studies and group discussions to deepen their understanding of the principles of inclusive education. The course also encourages peer collaboration, allowing participants to share experiences and knowledge. Through practical activities, participants will gain the knowledge and skills needed to actively contribute to the promotion of inclusive education.

Participants Profile


  • Welcome sessions
  • Acquaintance between participants
  • Introduction of Disabilities’ Types
  • Previews Day Briefing 
  • Introduction to Inclusive Education
  • Inclusive education principles
  • Identifying challenges in implementing inclusive education
  • Methods for preventing the barriers
  • Case studies/Role Playing
  • Individualized education plans
  • Developing inclusive support structures
  • Groups workshops – how to make an inclusive education plan
  • Designing barrier-free classrooms ideas
  • Teaching methods for diverse learners
  • Real-world example of Greece’s Parallel support teaching – discussion
  • Benefits of Inclusive Classrooms
  • Briefing 
  • Closing of the course

Sign Up

Fill up the form and we will contact you with details about this program




    View our policy