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ERASMUS + contribution to VET

Roma, 17 ottobre 2013- Valentina Violi
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Il libro New Skills Network
COOPERATION FOR INNOVATION
AND GOOD PRACTICES

20.000 STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS involving 125.000 Institutions / organizations to transfer, develop and implement innovative practices within Education and Training at institutional, local and regional level

nearly 350 KNOWLEDGE ALLIANCES and SECTOR SKILLS ALLIANCES involving 2.000 institutions and businesses working together

IT support platforms and e-Twinning

1.000 capacity building projects in Third Countries
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ROAD MAP

NOVEMBER 2013

European Parliament and Council Regulation of Erasmus +

Call for proposals
Erasmus + Programme Guide

DECEMBER 2013
National Event presenting Erasmus+

1 JANUARY 2014
Entry into force of Erasmus+ Regulation
Where to find more information?

European Commission
htt://ec.europa.eu/dgs/education_culture/index_en.htm

http://ec.europa.eu/education/erasmus-for-all/

EACEA Executive Agency
http://eacea.ec.europa.eu

LLP NATIONAL AGENCIES INDIRE - ISFOL
http://www.programmallp.it


THANK you for your attention!

ERASMUS+ Contribution to VET
1 January 2014 - 31 December 2020
COMENIUS
SCHOOL EDUCATION
ERASMUS
HIGHER EDUCATION
LEONARDO DA VINCI
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
AND TRAINING
GRUNDTVIG
ADULT EDUCATION
INTERNATIONAL HIGHER
EDUCATION PROGRAMMES
TEMPUS
BILATERAL
PROGRAMMES
ALFA
EDULINK
ERASMUS PLUS
A single Programme with a streamlined structure
to cover Education and Training at all levels
ACCEDING COUNTRIES
CANDIDATE COUNTRIES
POTENTIAL CANDIDATES (pre-accession strategy)

ALL EU MEMBER STATES
ELIGIBLE CONTRIES: PROGRAMME COUNTRIES
ELIGIBLE COUNTRIES: PROGRAMME COUNTRIES
PARTNER COUNTRIES
COUNTRIES COVERED BY THE EUROPEAN NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICY
bilateral agreements with the Union
Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Egypt, Georgia, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Moldova,
Morocco, Occupied Palestinian Territory, Syria, Tunisia, Ukraine
Russia for activities in the youth field
ERASMUS+ contribution to VET
general aspects
Learning mobility for VET learners and staff
STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS between VET providers and other actors (Regional/local & enterprises) and SECTOR SKILLS ALLIANCES
Increasing the EMPLOYABILITY and the LIFE SKILLS of VET learners and contributing to the competitiveness of European economic sectors
BUDGET ALLOCATION

77,5% EDUCATION AND TRAINING





43% Higher Education (33,3% total)

22% Vocational Education and Training (17% total)

15% school education (11,6% total)

5% Adult Learning (3,9% total)
EFTA COUNTRIES
ICELAND, LIECHTENSTEIN, NORWAY
SWISS CONFEDERATION
bilateral agreement
ERASMUS + STARTING POINTS
Show EU ADDED VALUE - show it is better to spend a euro at the European level than at home!
RELEVANCE - link policy and Programme by putting resources at the service of policies and showing the SYSTEMIC IMPACT
Sustained IMPACT at different levels - individual, institutional and systemic
SIMPLIFICATION FOR END USERS - rationalisation, integrated approach
SOLID BASIS - but adaptation and innovation
ERASMUS + CHALLENGES TO BE ADDRESSED
Growing requirement for HIGH SKILLS JOBS
Unemployment among young people

EUROPE 2020 TARGETS:
Raising higher education attainment from 32% to 42%
Reduction of the number of early school leavers from 14% to less than 10%
Cooperation for innovation
and exchange of good practices

Support for Policy Reform
3 MAIN TYPES OF ACTIONS
Learning mobility of individuals
Staff mobility (teachers, trainers, school leaders, Youth workers)
Mobility for higher education and vocational education and training students
Master degree scheme
Mobility for higher education EU and non-EU beneficiaries
Volunteering and Youth Exchanges
Strategic partnerships between education/training or youth organisations and other relevant actors
Large scale Strategic partnerships between education and training Institutions and enterprises (Knowledge Alliances & Sector Skills Alliances)
IT Platforms including eTwinning
Cooperation with Third Countries and focus on neighbourhood Countries
Open Method of Coordination
EU TOOLS: valorisation and implementation
Policy dialogue with stakeholders, Third Countries and International Organizations
Support the enhanced EUROPEAN COOPERATION IN VET (objectives of Bruges Communiqué)
KEY ACTION 1 Mobility in the VET SECTOR
Mobility for VET STUDENTS

AIMS
To increase training opportunities abroad of VET students & to provide them with skills needed for the transition from education and training to work

MAIN ACTIVITIES
Traineeships abroad in a company, other workplace (public organization, NGOs, etc.) or in a VET provider with periods of work-based learning in a company
KEY ACTION 1 Mobility in the VET SECTOR
Mobility for VET STAFF

AIMS
To update / acquire knowledge of work practices and refresh pedagogical skills of VET professionals (VET teachers, in-company trainers also non-teaching staff e.g. VET institutions leaders, guidance counsellors)

MAIN ACTIVITIES
work placement in an enterprise/training/teaching institution
teaching assignment at a partner institution
Job shadowing in a teaching/training institution

KEY ACTION 2 COOPERATION FOR INNOVATION

VET STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS

AIMS
Cooperation between VET providers and local/regional business communities with a view on INTERNATIONALISATION of VET

MAIN ACTIVITIES
Exchanging good practices and innovation in VET provisions, guidance and counselling

Developing and delivering new VET teaching / training materials and methods
KEY ACTION 2 COOPERATION FOR INNOVATION
VET STRATEGIC PARTENRSHIPS

MAIN ACTIVITIES
structured and long-term cooperation among VET institutions with stakeholders (enterprises, social partners, local / regional Authorities)

Cross sector cooperation to build bridges and share knowledge between different formal and informal Education & Training sectors

KEY ACTION 2 COOPERATION FOR INNOVATION

SECTOR SKILLS ALLIANCES

AIMS
To enhance the responsiveness of VET systems to sector-specific labour market needs by delivering updated CURRICULA and QUALIFICATIONS, contributing to increased economic competitiveness of the concerned sector

MAIN ACTIVITIES
Designing and delivering CURRICULA which respond to the needs of labour market and to the needs of the learners in economic sectors

ALLIANCE PARTNERS must include VET providers, enterprises, partners with sector-specific knowledge as social partners or sector associations and partners responsible for VET systems such as Authorities or accreditation/certification/qualification bodies
KEY ACTION 3 POLICY SUPPORT IN VET SECTOR

AIMS
support EU POLICY DEVELOPMENTS and to respond to several of the specific policy objectives for VET systems

MAIN ACTIVITIES
support for POLICY DIALOGUE with VET stakeholders

support for NETWORKING of the national bodies and support for STUDIES and other means of improving the QUALITY OF DATA AVAILABLE for policy making in VET at European level
BENEFITS EXPECTED FROM THE NEW SCHEME

Streamlined structure

Increased EFFECTIVENESS

Easier ACCESSIBILITY

One WELL-KNOWN BRAND
Individual opportunities
Nearly 2 million higher education and vocational students would get support abroad, including 450.000 traineeships and apprenticeships

200.000 Master's students will benefit
from a new loan guarantee scheme

Youth 600.000 to benefit from international volunteering opportunities and youth exchanges

800.000 teachers, trainers, school leaders and youth workers to teach and learn abroad and around 450.000 pupils will learn with peers abroad through school cooperation projects
ISFOL LLP Leonardo da Vinci
National Agency


leoprojet@isfol.it
ERASMUS + reflects the EUROPE 2020 priorities
and its flaghship initiatives

ERASMUS+ EUROPEAN ADDED VALUE:
MORE AND BETTER COMPETENCES

ENHANCE THE QUALITY OF TEACHING AND LEARNING
IN VET INSTITUTIONS (EU and beyond)

MODERNISATION AND INNOVATION of EDUCATION and TRAINING SYSTEMS

BUDGET CONSTRAINTS



FOCUS ON RESULTS and COST-EFFECTIVENESS
SUSTAINABLE SYSTEMIC IMPACT
SIMPLIFICATION to reduce administrative costs
BRAND NAMES
ERASMUS+ CONTRIBUTION TO EDUCATION & TRAINING
Improve the level of key competences and skills
Foster quality improvements and internationalisation of E&T institutions
Promote a EU lifelong area to support the modernisation of E&T systems through policy cooperation, EU transparency and recognition tools and dissemination of good practices
ERASMUS+ CONTRIBUTION TO EDUCATION & TRAINING
Enhance the international dimension of E&T through cooperation between the Union and partner-country Institutions
Improve the teaching and learning of languages and promote the Union's linguistic diversity and intercultural awareness
Promote excellence in teaching and research activities in European integration through Jean Monnet activities worldwide
ERASMUS+ focus on EUROPE 2020 strategy and Education & Training 2020 framework
links between VET and the world of work

VET's contribution to regional economic development

QUALITY ASSURANCE (implementation of the European Quality Assurance Reference Framework for VET)

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