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Key Action 1: Learning Mobility of Individuals in ERASMUS+

ERASMUS+ KA1: Learning Mobility of Individuals.
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Fco.Javier Blazquez Ruz

on 31 October 2014

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Transcript of Key Action 1: Learning Mobility of Individuals in ERASMUS+

Key Action 1:
Learning Mobility of Individuals

KA1:
Mobility
for
Higher Education Students
and
Staff
KA1:
Mobility
for
VET Learners
and
Staff
KA1:
Mobility
for
School Staff
KA1:
Mobility
for
Adult Education Staff
KA1:
Mobility
for
Young People
and
Youth Workers
what?
Student Mobility
a study period in a programme country abroad lasting 3 to 12 months
a traineeship (work placement) abroad lasting 2 to 12 months

Staff Mobility
teaching periods – staff deliver teaching at another HEI abroad
training periods – staff undertake a training event or undergo job shadowing/observation/training in a relevant organisation abroad

Who?
Any Higher Education Institution holding an Erasmus Charter
*Students can´t apply directly!
How?
Register on ECAS.
Download the application e-form.
Submit. (Deadline 17/03/2014)
What?
Who?
How?
What?
Who?
How?
What?
Who?
How?
What?
Who?
How?
Learner Mobility
a VET traineeship abroad lasting from 2 weeks to 12 months
Staff Mobility
teaching/training assignments – staff deliver teaching or training in a VET organisation abroad
staff training – staff undertake a work placement or job shadowing experience in a VET organisation abroad

Any organisation
involved in VET
Register on ECAS
Download the application e-form
Submit online (Dedadline 17/03/2014)
Mobility of Young People
youth exchanges for people aged 13 -30 lasting 5 to 21 days, excluding travel time
European Voluntary Service (EVS) for people aged 17-30 lasting 2 to 12 months

Mobility of Youth Workers
training and networking for youth workers of any age from 2 days to 2 months, excluding travel time.

Any organisation or group actively involved in youth work can apply.
Register on ECAS
Download the application e-form...
Submit online...
Staff Mobility
teaching/training assignments abroad.
staff training abroad, including structured courses and training events, job shadowing and observations.
activities can last from 2 days to 2 months, excluding travel time.

Organisations
involved
in
adult education...
Register on ECAS
Download e-form
Submit...17/03/2014
Deadlines
17/03/2014
30/04/2014
01/10/2014
Staff Mobility
teaching assignments abroad
staff training abroad, including structured courses and training events, job shadowing and observations in a partner school
*
Funding can be used to support school staff engaged in both teaching and non-teaching roles. Staff mobility activities can last from 2 days to 2 months, excluding travel time.

Schools providing general, vocational or technical education on any level from pre-school to upper secondary education can apply.
Register on ECAS
Download the e-form...
Submit online before 17/03/14
KA1: Mobility

Funding
Travelling (Distance)
Individual support (4 grp...120e a day)
Organisational Support (350e p.p)
Courses Fees (70e p.p a day)
Special Needs Support.
To take into account!
Institutions ONLY
Online!
EDP (European Development Plan)
Specifying WHAT
Without specifying WHO
Specifying criteria
To run in 1 or 2 years
Deadline...17/03/2014
Possible!
Professional development and training for staff in all sectors: Courses, Job shadowing, etc.
Youth exchanges.
Study periods and work placement for students in Higher Education.
Vocational Traineeships for apprentices in INITIAL Vocational Studies.
EU Voluntary Service Activities.
The Process...
Registration on ECAS. Getting an account.
Log-on to the Education, Audio-visual, Culture, Citizenship and Volunteering Participant Portal (http://ec.europa.eu/education/participants/portal/desktop/en/home.html) to register the institution.
Getting the PIC (Participant Identification Code)
First of all...
The Institution has...
Designate a committee for E+ at the institution.
Consider and establish training necessities and priorities.
Consider and establish participants profile.
Decide partners, institutions...and Keep in touch (e-Twinning)
Draw up the EDP(European Development Plan) and then...
The e-form.
E-Form
...a step by step guide to completing the application.
*download the e-form to your PC in order to be able to properly save the form after filling it in.

A.
General Information
: This section consists of an overview of the application form.
B
. Context
: This section consists of a data table containing information specific to the application being made ( Programme, Key Action, Action, Action Type, Call, Round and Deadline)
B.1. Project Identification: Start Date, End Date, Full Legal Name...
B.2. National Agency of the Applicant Organisation
C.
Participating Organisation(s)
C.1. Applicant Organisation: Applicants must enter their organisation’s PIC number...
C.1.1 Profile *(pre-filled wih the info in Participants Portal)
C.1.2. Background and Experience
C.1.3. Legal Representative
C.1.4. Contact Person
C2. Partner Organisation (only if the project includes job-shadowing or team teaching)
E.
European Development Plan
: The Core of the Project! Includes an overview of the current status and vision for the future, the identified needs... and how the planned activities will address these needs.
E.
Description of the Project
: What are the most relevant topics addressed by your project? Select up to 3.
F.
Participant’s profile
: We don´t need to specify individuals but criteria.
F.1. Learning Outcomes: skills, knowledge and behaviour that mobilities and
activities in the project are designed to improve.
+ E-Form
G.
Preparation

G.1. Practical Arrangements: logistical matters ( travel, accommodation, insurance, safety and protection of participants...)
G.2. Project Management: Description of the process for agreeing roles and responsibilities
H.
Main Activities
H.1. Activities’ Details: Activities cannot be funded if they are not listed and detailed! We must carefully include...Type, Participants, Special Needs, Duration..."the more specific we explain, the merrier".
I.
Follow-up
I.1. Impact: Expected changes on individuals, institution, curriculum....
I.2. Dissemination: We need a dissemination plan to spread our results!
I.3. Evaluation: Before, during and as a final assessment!
J.
Budget
We must calculate our project’s provisional budget at the application stage according to the established terms and rates: Travel, Individual Support, Organizational Support, Course Fees & Special Needs Support.
K.
Project Summary...
L.
Checklist...
M.
Data Protection Notice
N.
Declaration of Honour:
To be signed by the legal representative...
AWARD CRITERIA !
Projects will be assessed against the following criteria:
Relevance of the project (maximum 30 points)
the objectives and priorities of the Action
the needs and objectives of the participating organizations and of the individual participants
producing high-quality learning outcomes for participants
reinforcing the capacities and international scope of participants.
Quality of the project design and implementation (maximum 40 points)
The clarity, completeness and quality of all the phases
The consistency between project objectives and activities.
The quality of the European Development Plan...SDP
Quality of the practical arrangements.
Quality of the preparation provided to participants.
Quality of arrangements for the recognition and validation of participants' learning outcomes
The appropriateness of measures for selecting and/or involving participants in the mobility activities.
Quality of cooperation and communication between involved organisations.
Impact and dissemination (maximum 30 points)
Concrete and planned measures for evaluating the outcomes of the project.
Potential Impact on participants and participating organisations during and after the project lifetime.
Potential Impact outside...at Local, Regional, National or European Levels.
The appropriateness and quality of measures aimed at disseminating the outcomes of the project within and outside the participating organisations.
To be considered for funding, proposals must score at least 60 points. Furthermore, they must score at least half
of the maximum points in each of the categories!
Deadline EXTENDED:24TH MARCH!
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