Complete Guide to Erasmus 2021-2027: Opportunities for All Schools

Price: 80,00 

Course introduction

Course description

Erasmus is undoubtedly the best known and most successful program in the European Union. Launched for the first time in 1987, as an exchange program for students and professors in the university field, since 2004 it has also been extended to new sectors such as school, youth and sports.

This course presents the structure, objectives and opportunities of the Erasmus program, with a particular focus on the school sector. All schools of all levels can participate in the Erasmus program and benefit from funding for the training of their staff, to participate in international cooperation and development projects, and to achieve their strategic growth objectives.

Unfortunately, many schools are unaware of this program, or mistakenly deem it too complicated to participate. In reality, thanks to incremental simplifications made in recent years and an ongoing increase in available budgets, obtaining Erasmus funding and managing the entire life cycle of a project has become increasingly simple and affordable for all schools. In fact, it is no longer necessary to contact external consultants and designers to see your project financed and to manage it independently. Instead, it is easy to organize your project with the help of a small internal team of dedicated teachers and staff.

In addition to presenting the main funding guidelines for schools, this course pays particular attention to how funding is obtained and how a successful project is managed.

The lecturers of the course have decades of experience both in the drafting of successful projects and in their management.

Course structure

Module 1. The New Erasmus Program 2021 – 2027

  1. Objectives, aims and structure of the program.
  2. Opportunities for schools, teachers and students.
  3. Key Actions, Budget, National Agency, EACEA Executive Agency; OID code; Application Forms, Deadlines.
  4. Questions and answers.

Module 2. Erasmus mobility: Accreditation for schools.

  1. What it is, how it is obtained, what it allows (Accreditation for schools is a new opportunity introduced with the 2021-2027 program; an accredited school will have simplified multi-year access to funding for international staff mobility).
  2. Opportunities and advantages of accreditation.
  3. Practical exercises for filling out the accreditation form.
  4. Questions and answers.

Module 3. Erasmus Mobility: The KA1 Mobility project.

  1. Erasmus+ KA1 projects (it is not necessary to be accredited in order to access funding for the international mobility of teachers and students; every year the European Commission publishes a Call for Participation for schools interested in participating in this action).
  2. The announcement and the participation form.
  3. Practical exercises for filling out the form.
  4. Questions and answers.

Module 4. Partnerships: exchange and cooperation projects between schools

  1. Good practice exchange projects and innovation development projects.
  2. What are Intellectual Outputs and Multiplier Events.
  3. Practical exercises for filling out the participation form.
  4. Questions and answers.

Module 5. The management of a European project

  1. Strategies for the success and achievement of objectives.
  2. Elements of Project Management.
  3. Problems most commonly encountered in project management and their solutions.
  4. Questions and answers.
  5. Conclusion of the course.

Course Details

👩‍🏫 Teacher Trainer David Baroni, Marco Fenici
🕑 Duration 5 Live Lessons of 60 minutes each
⏰ Starting date 11th of January
📼 Recordings If you will miss one live streaming don’t worry! You can catch up by watching the recordings whenever you prefer.
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📝 Certificate Europass Course Certificate
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