1 day.
  • AM - Welcome ceremony, introduction of programme. Tree of Expectations, House rules, getting into team.

  • PM - Introduction of Erasmus+ Programme. General rules, objectives, sub-actions.

  • 2 day.
  • AM - Erasmus+ best practice: case study. Analysing the projects.

  • PM - SALTO and Schoolgateway web site introduction, search for projects. Advertising new projects. Call for Proposal.

  • 3 day.
  • AM - Factory of Ideas: a project in the frame of Erasmus+. Putting idea into practice (simulation exercise).

  • PM - Partnership working. Finding potential partners. Communication with partners.

  • 4 day.
  • AM - Project Cycle Management. Key documents and responsibilities.

  • PM - Logical Framework Approach. Pracrtical exercise ‘Quality Frame’.

  • 5 day.
  • AM - Selection and preparation of participants. Barriers to participation. Working with young people from disadvantaged background. Practical exercise: development of forms, tools.

  • PM - Intercultural evening.

  • 6 day.
  • AM - Project management: budget, record keeping and reporting.

  • PM - Methodology for Erasmus+ projects. Best practice, practical exercises.

  • 7 day.
  • AM - Intercultural education. Stereotypes and prejudice.

  • PM - Development of a project. EU Strategies and national legislation.. Application writing.

  • 8 day.
  • AM - Evaluation, practical tools.

  • PM - Project management: dissemination and exploitation results: overview. Use of social media to promote the project and its results: exploring different.

  • 9 day.
  • AM - Application writing (final stage).

  • PM - Budget preparation. Youthpass and Europass introduction.

  • 10 day.
  • AM - Question-answer session. Simulation exercise ‘Project development’.

  • PM - Closing ceremony.

  • Development and Implementation of Erasmus+ projects

      Erasmus+ programme offers a unique opportunity to obtain education, training, development and work experience in another European country and beyond, both inside and outside the classroom. Benefits include personal and professional development, the opportunity to broaden cultural horizons, boost confidence, develop language skills and many more.

      During the training, the participants will increase their knowledge about enormous opportunities available in the frame of Erasmus+, different types of projects the schools can take part.

      The training we propose aims to develop competences to manage and implement of Erasmus+ projects, open new opportunities to increase participation of your school in this programme to benefit pupils, teachers and non-teaching staff.
      The training will give the participants overview of the Erasmus + programme, opportunities available and demonstrate best practice gained in the frame of Youth in Action/Erasmus+.
      The training is in the line with the Erasmus+ objectives ‘To enhance cooperation between organisations’ and ‘To enhance capacity to participate in Erasmus+’.
      As the result of the training, the participants will understand better how the Erasmus+ is structured and function, what projects they could take part in and will increase their knowledge about all stages of project management.

      During the training, the participants will go through all main aspects of project management, will explore best practice experience and pitfalls. Special attention will be paid to quality of each stages, and effective communication with partners.

      The training is designed for the education professionals who would like to gain knowledge and skills to manage Erasmus+ projects, explore the opportunities available and to increase participation of their school in the programme.

    • • Exploring Erasmus+ programme.

    • • Project Management Cycle.

    • • Logical Framework Approach.

    • • Exploring best practice.

    • • Preparation of a project.

    • • Working with young people from disadvantaged background.

    • • Partnership working.

    • • Intercultural education.

    • • Methodology used in Erasmus+ programme.

    • • Recognition of achievement.

    • Learning outcomes of the study visit:

    • • Increased awareness of Erasmus+ programme.

    • • Increased opportunities for schools to take active part in Erasmus+ programme.

    • • Enhanced capacity of school staff to implement projects in the frame of different Erasmus+ sub-actions.

    • • Increased analytical skills.

    • • Increased English language skills, including business language.

    • • Increased intercultural skills and ability to work with international partners.

    • • Increased knowledge of new methods and approaches.

    • • Greater understanding and responsiveness to social, linguistic and cultural diversity of Europe and local area.

    • • Increased motivation and creativity in daily work.

    • Aims of the study visit are the following:
    • • Improve the level of key competences and skills, linked to professional profile of participants.

    • • Increase knowledge of the UK education system.

    • • Increase knowledge of support available for children from migrant background.

    • • Increase capacity and international dimension of education establishments.

    • • Increase cultural awareness of participants.

    • Methods used:
      Combination of methodology sessions -presentations, debate, simulation exercises , case studies, practical activities in the field, etc.

      How to Apply?


      Erasmus+ Mobility project for school education staff under Key Action 1 (staff training) follow the link here: follow the link here: Opportunities for staff

      Who can take part?
      Staff in charge of school education(teaching and non-teaching, including school managers, heads, etc.), working in the sending school(s)
      as well as other educational staff (school inspectors, school counsellors, pedagogical advisors, psychologists, etc.) involved in the strategic development of the sending school(s).

      Eligible countries:
      All EU countries and former Yugoslav, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Republic of Macedonia, Norway, Turkey and Iceland).

      When & How to apply:
      Applicants (any organisation working in adult education field) have to submit their grant application by
      2 February at 12:00 (midday Brussels time).

      Please, do not hesitate to contact us if your school would like to take part in the proposed trainings. Send your express of interest email to:

      To be confirmed (Flexible)