Léargas manages a wide range of national and international exchange and cooperation activities. The majority of our programmes are aimed at organisations active in education, training, and youth and community work, and in general cannot accept applications from individuals (with the important exceptions of IAESTE, eTwinning and some Languages programmes).
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Causeway is a youth exchange programme that aims to strengthen and improve relationships between young people aged 13 to 25, and those who work with them, on the islands of Britain and Ireland. It is funded by the Irish and British governments and youth organisations from Ireland, Scotland, Wales, England and Northern Ireland can take part.
ECVET is the European Credit System for Vocational Education and Training (ECVET), a framework for the transfer and recognition of learning outcomes across VET learning environments. It allows learners to accumulate their vocational experience with a view to achieving a qualification. ECVET is particularly useful to VET professionals who send their learners on mobility placements.
EPALE is a multilingual open membership community for professionals involved in Adult Learning in Europe. It is intended for all those active in the field, including teachers, trainers, researchers, academics, and policy makers. EPALE is operated by the European Commission and Léargas is the National Support Service in Ireland.
Erasmus+ is the European Union programme for education, training, youth and sport. It provides funding and support for organisations to operate projects consistent with its objectives and which encourage European exchange, co-operation and learning. Erasmus+ is funded by the European Union through the contributions of member states, including Ireland.
eTwinning is a free online platform linking a community of more than 250,000 teachers across Europe. It supports schools from early childhood to post-primary level to find partners and work on joint projects in any curricular area, using Information and Communication Technology (ICT).