ERASMUS+ training visit to Limassol

In February 10–16 associated professor Rytis Skominas from the Faculty of Water and Land Management and associated professor Bernardas Vaznonis from the Faculty of Bioeconomy Development participated in training courses “Leadership and Management in Educational Establishments” in Limassol, Cyprus.  The main topics of training courses were – “Strategic Leadership and Management”, “Managing Delivery of the Vision”, “Motivating and Inspiring People”, “Working with Organisational and Individual Key Performance Indicators and Competences” and “Strategically Managing the Environment, and Planning”. The courses had the following elements: lectures, group discussions using a brainstorming format, workshops. During the courses the biggest attention was given for management of educational institutions, cultural diversity environment, improvement of intercultural communication and language skills. During the visit Rytis Skominas and Bernardas Vaznonis also visited Cyprus University of Technology.

At the end of the visit Rytis Skominas and Bernardas Vaznonis had a stopover near the Kouris Dam. Kouris is the largest dam of a network of 107 dams in Cyprus. The dam was constructed in 1989. It is made from earth and has a height of 115 meters with capacity of 115 mln. m3 of water.