Sheraton Athlone Hotel, Gleeson Street, Athlone The main aim of this seminar is to increase the added value of these Erasmus+ projects in Ireland by sharing experiences, outputs and ideas. The key objectives are: •To explore the range of themes, stakeholders and outputs involved in these projects •To discuss the challenges involved in SME/Entrepreneurship training
This application workshop based on the Erasmus+ Programme guide for the VET sector, preparing applications for the 05 February 2019 deadline (for projects starting between 01 June and 31 December 2019 with a duration of 12 to 24 months). You can talk about specific issues that you want to tackle with your project and how to submit an excellent quality application. We will also update you with financial guides, mobility durations, as well as concrete examples of successful projects.
Cork Education Centre, The Rectory, Western Road, Cork Have you heard of Erasmus+ and would like to find out more? This Erasmus+ Inspiration session for Schools is for people working in school education who are interested in learning about funding opportunities under Erasmus+. We will focus on Erasmus+ opportunities in school education but also on
Grand Hotel, Malahide, Co. Dublin This Contact Making Seminar is part of the popular “VET Connected – GET Connected” series of transnational cooperation events. The seminar is aimed at senior staff who are newcomers to VET Mobility and will provide an opportunity for staff to become more familiar with KA1 VET mobility projects and possible
Ashling Hotel, Parkgate Street, Dublin 8 This breakfast briefing is an informal space for Léargas team members who work on Youth Exchanges to meet and engage with organisations who have not implemented a youth exchange in a few years and would like to re-engage in Erasmus+. We also welcome Erasmus+ newcomer youth services and organistions to
This inspiration morning will create a space to reflect on the importance of nurturing wellbeing in young people, staff, organisations and projects. It will explore opportunities for this within Erasmus+, and look at how to embed a holistic approach to wellbeing in your work. We will also have the opportunity to hear from a number of organisations who have used Erasmus + funding to bring an international element to their work with a wellbeing-based focus.
Dublin West Education Centre, Old Blessington Road, Tallaght, Dublin 24 Do you work in Adult or Vocational Training? Are you interested in finding out about how to apply for funding to engage with practitioners across Europe to exchange ideas, practices and methods? Erasmus+ Exchange of Practice Projects are a great way to learn from other
The Sanctuary, Stanhope St, Dublin 7, Dublin, D07 H290 Queerasmus4Inclusion is a thematic workshop for people working in the fields of Youth Work, VET, Adult Education and School Education. The workshop is a space to learn about the realities of practices and challenges, and in response develop supports to increase the participation of the LGBTI+
Instituto Cervantes, Lincoln House, 6-16 Lincoln Place, Dublin 2 This workshop will focus on language and inclusion practices in school education. The workshop will also provide an opportunity to share realities on the ground and challenges faced in engaging with international projects, and look at the supports available to enable participation. It is suitable for
This Application clinic is a workshop based on the Erasmus+ Programme guide for the VET sector, preparing applications for the 04 October 2018 deadline (for projects starting between 1st January and 31 May 2019 with a duration of 12 to 24 months).
The Clock Tower, Department of Education and Skills, Marlborough Street, Dublin 1 Léargas Impact Research officer Charis Hughes will present key findings from her research into the impact of Erasmus+ work placements on Vocational Learners from Ireland. This will be followed by a panel discussion of the report’s recommendations and conclusions with vocational practitioners and
Léargas Training Room, Avoca House, Parnell Street, Dublin 1 The next Erasmus+ Youth deadline is 04 October at 11:00 am (Irish time). Don’t miss this upcoming application workshop if you are planning to submit an application for: Youth Exchange Project (KA105) Youth Worker Mobility Project (KA105) Support for Policy Reform ( KA347) This workshop will
Do you work with young people? Learn about funding opportunities for projects involving young people. Talk to us about the issues that you are working on and find out about funding that may be available to your organisation. We will tell you about the wide variety of projects that can be funded under Erasmus+.
Do you work with young people?
Learn about funding opportunities for projects involving young people.
Talk to us about the issues that you are working on and find out about funding that may be available to your organisation.
Venue to be confirmed This Transnational Cooperation Activity aims to support teachers in developing their understanding of non-formal learning and to bring these methods into their classrooms to facilitate learning through creative methods. Teachers can expect to: • Develop skills in facilitating group learning using non-formal/creative methods • Understand the basic principles and value of
This event is for those working with or in the area of migration, asylum and refugees who are interested in learning about funding opportunities under the Erasmus+ Programme. It is designed particularly for those in the youth, school, adult education or vocational education and training sectors.
PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED. WE HOPE TO RESCHEDULE LATER IN THE YEAR. The Sanctuary, Stanhope Street, Dublin 7The purpose of the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Project Ideas Lab is: To support you to use Erasmus+ funding to bring your ideas for Erasmus+ projects to life To increase the participation of the young
Technology4Inclusion Inspiration Day is an opportunity to gain insights into the practice of digital youth work as a tool for inclusion. It is an opportunity to explore its benefits and challenges in the context of working with young people with fewer opportunities.