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Key Action 1 (KA1)

  • Get a sense of the opportunities for young people, youth workers and organisations in the youth section of Starting out with Erasmus+
  • Know the application deadlines: remember there are three each year
  • Read the Youth mobility sections of the Programme Guide
  • Check our calendar for Information Sessions, Roadshows or Application Clinics in your area
  • Define your project outline and how it links to national and European policy
  • Get support from us by attending an information session or seeking advice
  • Find partners on Otlas, the European Partner-finding tool
  • Read our blog for tips on submitting your application
  • Make sure all project partners named in the application form–including your own organisation!–have a PIC (Participant Identification Code)

  • Make sure you have an EU Login account as you need this to apply online.
  • For KA105 applications use the ONLINE application form; the European Commission has provided these guidelines to help you fill out the form.
  • Check our calendar for a Youth Application Workshop near you
  • Consult the Council of Europe’s T-kit on Project Management
  • Complete the form in detail making sure you address the award criteria
  • Assemble and upload all annexes you will need for the application (Declaration of Honour, mandate for each partner, Timetable of activities)
  • Submit online before the deadline! We can’t accept applications that are late – even by a few seconds.

  • Read, sign and stamp your contracts before returning them to us
  • Come to our Project Management Days
  • Consult the Council of Europe’s T-kit on Project Management
  • Use your EU Login account to access Mobility Tool+ and register details of your project
  • Watch our video on ‘How to Access the Mobility Tool’ if you have difficulties
  • Maintain all the information and documents you’ll need for reporting and sharing
  • Carry out activities as stated in your application form and notify us of any changes
  • Maintain contact with us throughout the project
  • Notify us immediately of cases of force majeure
  • Share and promote your project throughout its lifecycle

  • Know the reporting deadline(s) as written in your contract
  • Download the relevant report form through Mobility Tool+
  • Make sure all project activity is reflected in the report
  • Make sure all participants have submitted their reports through Mobility Tool+ (Final Reports only)
  • Upload any relevant annexes
  • Submit online before the deadline

 

Key Action 2 (KA2)

  • Check that your Adobe Reader is up-to-date and read our guide to accessing the application form
  • Check our calendar for a Youth Application Workshop near you
  • Watch all four videos in our Erasmus+ KA2 Application Tips playlist
  • Complete the form in detail making sure you address the award criteria
  • Assemble and upload all annexes required for the application (Declaration of Honour, mandate for each partner, Timetable of activities)
  • Submit online before the deadline! We can’t accept applications that are late – even by a few seconds.

  • Read, sign and stamp your contracts before returning them to us
  • Come to our Project Management Days
  • Use your EU Login account to access Mobility Tool+ and register details of your project
  • Watch our video on ‘How to Access the Mobility Tool’ if you have difficulties
  • Maintain all the information and documents you’ll need for reporting and sharing
  • Carry out activities as stated in your application form and notify us of any changes
  • Maintain contact with us throughout the project
  • Notify us immediately of cases of force majeure
  • Share and promote your project throughout its lifecycle

  • Know the reporting deadline(s) as writen in your contract
  • Download the relevant report form from Mobility Tool+
  • Make sure all project activity is reflected in the report
  • Upload any relevant annexes
  • Submit online before the deadline

Key Action 3 (KA3)

  • Get a sense of the opportunities for young people, youth workers and organisations in the youth field in Erasmus+: What’s in it for Youth?
  • Know the application deadlines: remember there are three each year
  • Read the relevant sections of the Programme Guide
  • Check the calendar for Information Sessions, Roadshows or Application Clinics near you
  • Define your project outline and how it links to national and European policy
  • Get support from us by attending an information session or seeking advice
  • Make sure all project partners named in the application form–including your own organisation!–have a PIC (Participant Identification Code)

  • Make sure you have an EU Login account: you need this to apply online.
  • Use the ONLINE application form; the European Commission has provided these guidelines to help you fill out the form.
  • Check our calendar for a Youth Application Workshop near you
  • Complete the form in detail making sure you address the award criteria
  • Assemble and upload all annexes required for the application (Declaration of Honour, mandate for each partner, Timetable of activities)
  • Submit online before the deadline! We can’t accept applications that are late – even by a few seconds.

 

 

  • Read, sign and stamp your contracts before returning them to us
  • Come to our Project Management Days
  • Use your EU Login account to access Mobility Tool+ and register details of your project
  • Watch our video on ‘How to Access the Mobility Tool’ if you have difficulties
  • Maintain all the information and documents you’ll need for reporting and sharing
  • Carry out activities as stated in your application form and notify us of any changes
  • Maintain contact with us throughout the project
  • Notify us immediately of cases of force majeure
  • Share and promote your project throughout its lifecycle

  • Know the reporting deadline(s) as written in your contract
  • Download the relevant report form from Mobility Tool+
  • Ensure all project activity is reflected in the report
  • Upload any relevant annexes
  • Submit online before the deadline

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Léargas is a not-for-profit organisation that operates under the aegis of the Department of Education and Skills and the Department of Children and Youth Affairs. Léargas manages European, national and international exchange and cooperation programmes in education, training and youth and community work and has been managing such programmes for over 30 years. Léargas currently has 40 staff based in our Dublin office. Our staff come from Ireland, Poland, France, Croatia, Denmark and Spain and have wide-ranging experience in education, training, community, youth and development work; and in IT and finance. The National Centre for Guidance in Education operates under the aegis of Léargas.
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This #ErasmusPlus training course aims to improve the impact of Non Formal Education. It will explore principles and methods that empowering young people to be real actors in their society (at both local and European level). Apply by 20 December here: http://trainings.salto-youth.net/7617