Presentation on theme: "National infoday Austria 26 June 2014 Programme on KA1 Introduction Part 1: ERASMUS+ KA1 action: the applicant Part 2: KA1 action: the course provider."— Presentation transcript:
National infoday Austria 26 June 2014 Programme on KA1 Introduction Part 1: ERASMUS+ KA1 action: the applicant Part 2: KA1 action: the course provider Guy Tilkin, Alden Biesen GINCO coordinator
STAFF MOBILITY (KA1) in GRU & COM Professional development – Participate in structured course or training event – Job shadowing / observation in a relevant organisation Teaching- or training assignment in a partner organisation / school 2 days to 2 months (excl travel); 1 month = 30 days * (if longer: in KA2)
STAFF MOBILITY (KA1) in GRU & COM Teachers / Trainers / Educators + other staff in schools and adult education organisations WHO ?
Strategic Organisational approach European Development plan 1 application per organisation for 1 or 2 years 1/07/2014-30/06/2015 or 30/06/2016 Deadline: 17/03/2014 STAFF MOBILITY (KA1) in GRU & COM
Sending organisation (can be a consortium in AE – min 3 AE organisations) Receiving organisation (if known) Coördinator (can be sending org ) KA1 in GRU & COM
European Development Plan ! modernisation > Needs of the staff Selection, preparation and follow-up Recognition of the learning outcomes + dissemination WHY ?
KA1 in GRU & COM Learning agreement & recognition of learning outcomes Detailed programme Tasks abroad Knowledge acquired, skills, competences Monitoring, follow-up, mentoring Evaluation, validation, recognition WHY ? Not compulsary
KA 1 : finances : unit costs Special needs Based on real costs Mobility Organisation ( p.p ) Course fee Max € 70 p.p. / max 10 days Extra* Participation Travel costs Based on distance Accommodation & subsistence Based on country
KA1 (COM & GRU) EU Objectives Strong link with policy ; IMPACT Individual level: improved competences as a professional Trigger modernisation & internationalisation in education Understanding links between formal / non-formal education, VET & labour market Understanding social, linguistic and cultural diversity Address needs of disadvantaged
KA 1 (COM & GRU) : EU Objectives Organisation: * EU/international capacity * Innovation * Modern, dynamic, professional environment
Consequences for IST providers Organisation based Free course market 2 days (on site) in stead of 5 No database No European dimension rules any more Smaller grant, different composition Needs driven (European objectives)
Quality criteria?? 1.European dimension & added value 2.Response to needs & EU objectives 3.Innovative didactics & competence oriented approach 4.Learning outcomes 5.Follow-up & transfer 6.Impact at school or AE org. 7.Evaluation & quality care 8.Appropriate use of ICT 9.Quality of content 10.Validation of learning outcomes 11. Attention for professional, personal & social development
Outreach & quality check (Discussion on Cologne conference) – European dimension – Fit the quality criteria (ratings ? By whom ?) – Feedback to NAs, public feedback system – Consortia – Some sort of database (quality disclaimer) – Database of demand/needs – Funding – quality ??
Competence profile of IST course provider – Educational development and planning of competence oriented learning. – Quality care and evaluation – Validation of the acquired competences – Public relations and outreach – Attention to the EU dimension – Appropriate use of ICT – Providing social and professional support – Management and organisation
Tools & training – Training material & background – Pilot course 1 – Pilot course 2 – Conference – Communication & networking – Quality label