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1 Erasmus+: An overview Sonia Shakir 21 February 2014

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3 Who manages Erasmus+? + National Agencies Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive (EACEA)

4 Key Action 1

5 Decentralised Activities Key Action 1: Learning Mobility of Individuals Mobility for Learners and Staff

6 Organisations apply for funding to provide mobility opportunities Available for fields of Higher Education, VET, schools, adult education and youth Two target groups: –learners/young people –staff/youth workers

7 Mobility for Vocational Education & Training Learners’ Mobility Traineeship in work place or VET school

8 Mobility for Vocational Education & Training Staff Mobility Training or teaching in VET school or other organisation Job shadowing, observation or training in any VET organisation

9 Mobility for Adult Education Staff Mobility Training or teaching in adult education organisation Job shadowing, observation or training in a partner or other organisation Structured courses or training events

10 Timetable December 2013Call for Proposals published 1 January 2014Erasmus+ started February 2014Application forms published March 2014 onwardsApplication deadlines

11 Key Action 2

12 Decentralised Activities Key Action 2: Co- operation for Innovation & Exchange of Best Practices Strategic Partnerships

13 Organisations apply for funding to implement joint initiatives and promote exchange of knowledge and experience Target group: –organisations active in education, training and youth committed to systemic change Available for fields of Higher Education, VET, schools, adult education and youth

14 Strategic Partnerships for Vocational Education & Training Developing and delivering new VET teaching/training materials and methods Structured long-term cooperation among VET organisations with stakeholders Cross-field cooperation to build bridges and share knowledge

15 Strategic Partnerships for Adult Education Developing, testing and validating of new curricula, teaching methods or practices Projects addressing the acquisition of basic skills and later life learning Improving the accessibility of learning opportunities for adults Cooperation between providers and local/regional authorities

16 Key Action 3

17 Decentralised Activities Key Action 3: Support for Policy Reform Youth Structured Dialogue

18 Who can take part in Erasmus+? Organisations Active in education, training, youth and sport Countries Programme countries Partner countries

19 Programme countries Member States of the European Union (EU)* AustriaEstoniaItalyPortugal BelgiumFinlandLatviaRomania BulgariaFranceLithuaniaSlovak Republic CroatiaGermanyLuxembourgSlovenia CyprusGreeceMaltaSpain Czech RepublicHungaryNetherlandsSweden DenmarkIrelandPolandUnited Kingdom * Individuals from an Overseas Country and Territory (OCT), and where applicable the relevant public and/or private bodies and institutions in an OCT, are also eligible to take part in all Erasmus+ Actions. Non-EU Programme Countries Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Norway IcelandSwitzerland LiechtensteinTurkey

20 Where do I start? By thinking about… What you want to do Who you want to work with How much time/resources you have When do you need to achieve this

21 Application process Application online via an “e-form” Two-stage pre-registration process 1.Register on ECAS 2.Log-in to Participant Portal and register on the Unique Registration Facility Use your Participant Identification Code when completing the application form

22 Next steps Further advice and guidance: –Webinars –Ecorys advice sessions –Written guidance on content and completing the application forms via –Telephone/ support via helpline

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