Visionautik Academy, developing visions - building the future
Sep 162014
 

PhineoOn the 18. 9. we will create a Team Day with a tailored treasure hunt for PHINEO. The preparation is a blast  and we expect a lot of sun for thursday. If you are interested in our treasure hunts for your company or organisation give us a call.

Aug 162014
 

Francisco Francisco has been working for us in the first half of this year. The official assistantship is over now, but we all feel that is has just been the start. We are not saying here what he is good at, because we do not want you to by him out. Thank you so much Francisco for the wonderful time!

Jun 162014
 

Visionautik for MSLSThe yearlong Coaching Journey, that accompanies the  MSLS study course found its crowning conclusion in a Visionautik Workshop. This is one of the cooperations that resulted out of the work with the International Partnership for Transformative Learning (IPTL) and was partly funded by the Erasmus+ mobility program.

Mar 162014
 

We have good news fÏor everybody who is struggeling with the deadline for the KA1 mobility application: The deadline has been postponed one week till the 24th this month. Good luck with your applications!

Mar 072014
 

Do you wish to learn new facilitation or management skills in an international setting?
Allow yourself and the staff of your education organization to inspire and refresh yourselves,
your teaching and your collaboration, funded by the new EU Programme Erasmus+:

offers-overview

All our courses are in an inspired and innovative facilitation style, contextualized, multisensual and appreciative. They are held by experienced and proficient trainers and coaches with an ample range of expertise.

Previous participants have found these courses useful and enriching both professionally and personally: “The intellectual, creative, academic and spiritual integrity of the Visionautics team made the program the most inspirational and practical I have ever experienced. The Visionautics experience is essential for changemakers. The Visionautics experience is what the business and government world needs now.” (Gil Agnew, business developer, Netherlands/Spain). Read more testimonials about our courses here.

Who can apply for the funding?

All European organisations who work with education can apply for courses for all their employees, freelancers, volunteers and trainers out of their network. (For our offers German organizations are excluded, though, as the Academy of Visionautics is located in Germany). If you are an autonomous trainer or facilitator, you can only apply in cooperation with an organization.

What are your benefits?

-Your staff will get high quality trainings and workshops for free, including food accommodation and travel costs
-Your staff will have an amazing cultural experience, meeting colleagues from all over Europe.
-Your organization will get additional 350€ per person they send to a course.

What do you need to do for it?

The good thing about the new EU funding programme is that you only have to write ONE application with which you can fund ALL courses you want to offer to ALL of your employees, freelancers, volunteers and trainers of your network during the next one or two years. We estimate that this will take 3-5 days of concentrated work. We created a step-by-step guide to make the application process smooth and easy. Your chances of approval are good: The funding for educational exchange has been increased drastically and foresees to send 800.000 lecturers, teachers and trainers each year,  and it is the first year of this funding programme – so you will be the pioneers in making use of this opportunity.

1.You will have to hand in the application online before March 17, 12.00 CET.

2. Additionally you should make a non-binding reservation for your chosen course(s) at the Academy of Visionautics which you can confirm as soon as you got the approval by the EU.

Take the chance and good luck!

Oct 042013
 

This book is a collection of stories from people who are dedicated to unlocking the world’s potential. Inside, you will discover the spirit of changemakers through their telling of challenges and transformations faced head-on. This book is about lifelong learning. This book is about the change that is already happening. Are we there yet?

See movies about the book

“I welcome this book with all my heart. It could be, and I believe it will be, of great significance. We are close to a tipping point – a bifurcation point in the way we manage this world and ourselves in the world. The way we have been managing ourselves and the world cannot be sustained any longer. We need to transform – ourselves, first of all – if we truly want to transform the world. Change begins at home, with each of us. And it continues with the small groups of friends and like-minded people who get together to align their thinking, their feeling, and their vision.”
Ervin Laszlo in his Foreword to this book.

The book consists of 96 pages in full colour, the regular bookshop price is 12€

The book is printed according to the latest innovative and environmentally friendly Cradle-to-Cradle standards by Gugler print in Austria.

Further details:
Hosting Transformation : stories from the edge of changemaking
International Partnership for Transformative Learning
Edited by Betsy McCall & Joos van den Dool
Foreword by Ervin Laszlo

ISBN 978-3-00-042450-2

Printed by gugler* Melk/Donau, Austria
First print, 2013: 1000 copies

Creative Commons licence: You are free to share, to copy, distribute and transmit the work for non-commercial
purposes with mention of the source: International Partnership for Transformative Learning. You may not alter,
transform, or build upon this work.

Comments and notifications of quoting are welcomed via
info@hostingtransformation.eu

Please note: The printing of this book was made possible by the generosity of the Grundtvig Programme, although this is not an official EU Publication.

Jun 242013
 

For the first time, the many innovative adult education institutions, that have arisen all over Europe in recent years, will come together for a collaborative
festival. They all investigate in different ways how lifelong learning can contribute to a sustainable and joyful world. In the beautiful environment of Järna near Stockholm they will connect, collaborate and celebrate for a week.

They have been invited by the International Partnership for Transformative Learning (IPTL), which emerged from an EU-funded partnership. (Here’s an article about the learning partnership in the OYA.)
The IPTL is also publishing the book “Hosting Transformation – Stories from the edge of change making”, which will be presented at the festival for the first time to the public.

The hosts are the members of the IPTL:
Akademie für Visionautik (Germany)
Art Monastery Project (Italy)
Edventure (UK)
Embercombe (UK)
Knowmads (Netherlands)
Pioneers of Change (Austria)
SoL Hungary (Hungary)
Youth Initiative Program (Sweden)
Beneath the ones who have booked so far are:
Centre of environment and development studies (CEMUS) (Sweden)
euforia (Swizerland)
future@ducation (Germany)
Global Action Plan (GAP)
HLSS (Healthcare Leadership Summerschool)
Impuls – Agentur für angewandte Utopien e.V.
Institut für angewandte Kreativität (Germany)
Master´s in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability (MSLS) (Sweden)

Nova Earth Institute (USA)

On Purpose (UK)

Power of Youth (UK)

present!(Austria)

Schumacher College (UK)

Here you find further information on the festival.

Jun 112013
 

 

Hosts in unchartered territory

Pioneers of change, knowledgeable nomads,

visionauts and seekers of meaning

by Joschi Sedlak published in 19/2013

The desire to help people implement their plans to change the world is a wish shared by many educational organizations across Europe. Seven of them have formed a learning partnership to exchange ideas and provide each other with support, encouragement and inspiration.

“Welcome to alternative education!” is the phrase that rings through my mind as I trip up the stairs of the little basement bar in Berlin, unlock my bike and cycle off through the streets of this city I hardly know. Continue reading »