Upcoming TCAs

Upcoming TCAs

TCAs open to participants from Ireland in the Adult Education, School Education and VET fields are listed on this page. TCAs in the Youth field are on our Training Opportunities page. The eligibility criteria and selection process for TCAs vary according to the event; check the individual invitations for details. To apply to attend a TCA, click the relevant link below or get in touch with the named contact(s). Do not apply directly to the host organisation. Please note that only participants from Irish organisations may apply to Léargas!

Due to COVID-19 preventative measures, some TCAs have been postponed until further notice. Please see the news item on our homepage for more information. 

Upcoming TCAs

Upcoming School Education TCAs

Languages in Context
Online 9-11 November

Are you a language teacher? Do you want to provide your students with more opportunities to put their language learning in context? Then join us for “Languages in Context”, a thematic seminar that will address such issues as student motivation, pronunciation and providing students with meaningful language interactions. The seminar will put a special emphasis on methodologies and ways of using Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) for meaningful language acquisition. Learning a (foreign) language and vocabulary through context is an important but often overlooked aspect of language learning. In addition to the pursuit of language learning in a purely academic setting, the thematic seminar will look at methodologies for language learning that involve teacher and student exchanges, travel and real-life interactions.

Target Group: Primary and Post-Primary schools working with young people through languages.

For more information, contact Carmel
Deadline: 16th October 2020
To apply: Language in Context

What Makes a Good Inclusion Project? A Study Visit for Newcomers Engaging in International Mobilities
Online 18 November, 25 November, 2 December

This is a study visit for newcomer schools/organisations and schools to see a number of best practice projects with a focus on inclusion and to understand what makes them best practice.
– To connect theory with practice.
– Participants to develop new partnerships and potential new projects.
– Have a clear understanding of Erasmus+ and opportunities within KA1 and KA2
– To receive a clearer understanding of how to incorporate inclusion within your school.

Target Group: This is for school teachers or principals working with primary school students (6-12 years of age) looking to develop projects under School Exchange Partnerships and Staff Mobility focusing on inclusion.

For more information, contact Carmel
Deadline: 31 October 2020
To apply: What Makes a Good Inclusion Project

Building the Foundation for European Mobility in a Special Education Setting
Online 8-9 December

The aim of this two day seminar is to identify opportunities for teachers and staff working in Special Education Setting on opportunities to bring Europe to the classroom. During the two day seminar participants will have the opportunity to listen to other Special Education Schools and how they used both Erasmus+ and eTwinning to create European projects within a classroom setting. This event will see participants from across Europe share their experience working in a special education setting and share inclusive working practices.

Target Group: This event aims to attract newcomers to Erasmus+ and eTwinning. However, some experience in either will not exclude a participant. Participants should be Primary or Post-Primary teachers/School Managers of pupils age 4-18 years. Participants may be based within Special Educational Needs Schools or be in a position of teaching classes with students who have Special Educational Needs.

For more information, contact Carmel
Deadline: 6 November 2020
To apply: Special Education Seminar

No cross-sectoral TCAs are open for applications at the moment, they will be published here as soon as they are available. Also, check Cross-sectoral TCAs on this page.

Online Contact Making Seminar on How to Engage People with Low Educational Background
Online 10-12 November

The aim of the contact seminar is to provide an opportunity for organisations from different European countries to find partners with similar interests and to enhance the development of project ideas to be funded in the new Erasmus+ program. The thematic area in the focus will be the engagement of adults with low educational background in adult learning. Special emphasis will be put on the development of adult basic skills as a key element of the implementation of the Upskilling Pathways initiative.

Target Group: The seminar is open to participants within the fields of adult education. The contact seminar is mainly targeted at adult education centres, teacher training institutions, enterprises, research institutions and other organisations active in adult education and interested in the theme of the seminar and committed to developing Erasmus+ KA2 or KA1 projects.

For more information, contact Carmel
Deadline: 10 October 2020
To apply: SALTO

No VET TCAs are open for applications at the moment, they will be published here as soon as they are available. Also, check Cross-sectoral TCAs on this page.