Erasmus+ Inclusion and Diversity Project Directory 2019
In this Project Directory, you will find an overview of how Erasmus+ and the European Solidarity Corps support inclusion and diversity. It briefly outlines a number of good practice projects that have inclusion and diversity at their core and which we hope will both inspire and inform you.
European Vocational Skills Week – Press Release Template
A press release is the best means of communicating the most important / interesting information about your activities to a range of relevant media. Use it to share your key messages and pique the interest of media to learn more.
Erasmus+ in Ireland, 2017
Key Statistics on 2017 Erasmus+ funding in Ireland from Léargas and the Higher Education Authority
‘Short Term Placements for Long Term Impact’, Forum Magazine, Winter 2018
Impact Research officer Charis Hughes highlights the big difference a short-term Erasmus+ work placement can make to vocational learners from Ireland
Léargas PIC Assistance Page
Visit our Participant Identification Code (PIC) Assistance page and access all relevant documents to complete the registration of your PIC.
(This is an external link which brings you to a designated page developed by Léargas).
A guide to Erasmus+ PIC documentation
Read this guide to ensure that all relevant documents have been uploaded to your organisation's Participant Identification Code (PIC).
1,2,3 of Policy – Linking your Erasmus+ Vocational Education and Training Project to National and European Policy
The 1,2,3 of Policy for Vocational Education and Training Projects is a guide to national and European education policies for those working on Erasmus+ VET projects.
Enhancing VET Provision through European Staff Mobility
This Contact Making Seminar is aimed at senior staff who are newcomers to VET Mobility and will provide an opportunity for them to become more familiar with Erasmus+ KA1 VET Mobility projects and possible future funding opportunities.
Léargas Impact Study of Erasmus+ Work Placements for Vocational Learners from Ireland, 2018
Starting out with Erasmus+
This guide gives you an overview of how Erasmus+ works. It explains the opportunities in Erasmus+ and shows you how to get started. It covers Erasmus+ in the fields of adult education, school education, vocational education and training, and youthwork.
Erasmus+ Eligibility Quick Guide
Without eligible legal status your organisation cannot take part in the Erasmus+ Programme. This sheet defines who or what can take part in the programme and provides some pointers about how to prove the legal status of your organisation.
Mobility Tool video: How to Access the Mobility Tool
This video shows you how to log on to the Mobility Tool, and avoid some common trouble spots!
Erasmus+ KA116 VET Learner and Staff Mobility with VET Mobility Charter, 01.10.19 Deadline
This is an online application form and you will need an EU Login account to access it. If you do not have an EU Login account, click 'create' on the link above to set one up. Once you are logged in, click 'opportunities' to see the application forms.
Erasmus+ KA102 VET Learner and Staff Mobility Application Form, 08.10.19 Deadline
This is an online application form and you will need an EU Login account to access it. If you don't have an EU Login account, click 'create' to set one up. Once you are logged in, click 'opportunities' to see the application form.
Erasmus+ in Ireland, Mid-Term Evaluation
This national mid-term evaluation of Erasmus+ informs a wider evaluation being undertaken by the European Commission as required under Articles 21.2 and 21.3 of the Erasmus+ regulation. The Irish evaluation was commissioned by the Department of Education and Skills, as the National Authority for Erasmus+, and was carried out by O’BRIEN/Governance Design.
Policy, Report, Share, Leargas, External
Action Plan for Education, 2016-2019
Department of Education and Skills Strategy Statement, published September 2016
CVET in Europe – The Way Ahead
A summary of recent Cedefop research on continuing vocational education and training (CVET). It analyses how CVET contributes to reaching EU economic and social policy objectives with respect to social inclusion, employment, innovation, productivity, competitiveness and growth. It outlines the major achievements in CVET practices and policies over recent years, and highlights gaps and challenges for future CVET policies.
Erasmus+ Archived Programme Guides 2014-2016
These guides are for reference only. Use the current Erasmus+ Programme Guide for information on the 2017 Calls for Applications.
Erasmus+ KA2 Project Activity Timeline (Gantt chart)
This form must be attached to your Erasmus+ KA2 application before submitting.
Erasmus+ Mandate Form, KA1, KA2, KA3
Please complete the red sections of this form and attach to your Erasmus+ application before submitting.
Europe 2020, in a nutshell
A link to the European Commission's website on Europe 2020, the European Union’s ten-year jobs and growth strategy.
Policy Contexts (European and Irish) for Erasmus+ in Ireland
A presentation given by Séamus McLoughlin (Principal Officer in the International Section of the Dept of Education and Skills) at the Léargas Forum in December 2014
Policy, Prepare, Leargas
Erasmus+ Distance Calculator
Use this distance calculator to work out grant support for travel costs in the Erasmus+ Programme. Based on the distance (in km), select the corresponding distance band in application and report forms.
Erasmus+ web form technical guidelines
Technical guidelines from the European Commission for completing web-based application forms