PROGRAM ERASMUS+

Erasmus Plus

  • WHAT IS IT FOR?

Erasmus plus aims to improve the quality of teaching and learning from pre-primary through to secondary level in schools across Europe.
It will provide opportunities for people working in school education to develop their professional skills and to work together with partners in Europe. Activities support the sharing of good practice and testing of innovative approaches that address shared challenges, such as early school leaving or poor levels of basic skills. Activities can foster links with the world outside school and other fields of education and training.

  • OPPORTUNITIES FOR SCHOOL STAFF

What is it?
Under Erasmus plus, professionals involved in pre-primary, primary, or secondary school education interested in furthering their professional development can take part in a variety of exciting opportunities to broaden their knowledge and skills, including learning new languages or gaining proficiency in areas of IT.
These skills often provide a broader perspective on education, as well as ensuring the exchange of knowledge and best practices in education.
What does it involve?
Erasmus+ enables participants to further their professional development in another country. This includes:
Participation in structured courses or training abroad;
Job-shadowing or observation periods at a school or other relevant organisation abroad;
Teaching assignments at a partner school.
These activities can last from 2 days to 2 months, or even up to a year in some cases.
For who?
Any teachers, school leaders, librarians and other staff from pre-primary, primary and secondary education institutions in programme countries can take part.
How to apply?
Further information, including how to apply, can be obtained from the National Agency websites.

  • OPPORTUNITIES FOR ADULT EDUCATION STAFF

What is it for?
Individuals working in adult education may be able to undertake a work and study period abroad. Such experiences and exchanges can help improve language skills and cultural knowledge, as well as providing a new perspective on teaching practices and approaches.
What does it involve?
Individuals can take part in the following professional development programmes abroad:
Participation in structured courses or training;
Teaching and Training assignments in an adult education or other relevant organisation;
Job-shadowing or observation periods in any relevant organisations active in the field of adult education;
Participation in teaching or training assignments.
These activities can last from two days to two months, and in some cases up to a year.
Who can take part?
Teachers and administrators in an adult education organisation from one of the participating countries can take part.

  • STAFF MOBILITY FOR TRAINING (HIGHER EDUCATION)

What is it?
Erasmus plus provides teaching opportunities for the teaching staff of higher education institutions and staff invited from enterprises. Training opportunities are also available for teaching and non-teaching staff employed in an higher education institution.
What arrangements have to be made?
Staff members are selected by the sending higher education institution.
The sending institution and the receiving institution/enterprise must have agreed on the programme of the activities to be undertaken by the visiting staff member (Mobility Agreement) prior to the start of the mobility period.
Who can take part?
The institution sending staff applies for Erasmus+ mobility grants to its national agency while the staff applies to their sending institution.

Source: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/index_it.htm

SO…
Select one of our Training activity for staff here
Pre-register on the course by sending an email to erasmusplus@stabiae.org
A place will then be reserved for you on the course until you let us know whether or not you can definitely attend.
Some of your colleagues may also wish to apply for the same or a different course.

Inform your school or college or Institution that you would like to attend a course in Italy with Erasmus+ funding.
(INDIVIDUAL TEACHERS CANNOT APPLY FOR FUNDING.)
A representative of your school or college or Institution will need to:

a) Register your school in the Participant Portal in order to obtain a Personal Identification Code (PIC) number for your school. See page 191 of the Erasmus+ Programme Guide:

http://www.erasmusplus.org.uk/sites/default/files/erasmus-plus-programme-guide_en.pdf

The link for the PIC application form is https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/cas/eim/external/register.cgi

and for 2 forms which must be signed by the principal of your school/college/institution and submitted at the same time:
Legal Entity Form: http://ec.europa.eu/budget/contracts_grants/info_contracts/legal_entities/legal_entities_en.cfm#en

Financial Identification Form:
http://ec.europa.eu/budget/contracts_grants/info_contracts/financial_id/financial_id_en.cfm#en

b) By 17 March 2014 submit an online application. Only a draft application form is available at present:

http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/documents/form/higher_education_student_staff_mobility_en.pdf

http://www.erasmusplus.it/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/KA1_HIGHEREDSTUDENTSTAFF_EN.pdf

http://www.erasmusplus.it/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/KA1_ADULTEDSTAFF_EN.pdf

Your school/college/institution can use the information of our catalogue about the courses objectives and content to complete the application.
It is recommended to quote the specific course title and course provider (Restoring Ancient Stabiae Foundation).

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