The New Erasmus Program 2021-2027: Writing a Successful Project for your School - Barcelona
Available in: Barcelona, Berlin, Florence
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Based on 29 years of experience in the Erasmus world.
European Projects – and, in particular, the new Erasmus+ Programme (2021-2027) – represents a significant opportunity for schools from EU-member countries to improve and keep pace with innovation. They generate organizational and personal development as they create opportunities to share best practices, create new methods, grow a network, and transform your school’s weaknesses into strengths and opportunities.
However, gaining access to EU funding requires the possession of a full package of skills and knowledge, and can be highly challenging—especially for schools at their first experience in writing a proposal.
The main objective of this course is to equip you with such practical expertise. The course will thus prepare you at the best for planning and writing successful European Projects (KA1 and KA2, including the Accreditation) within the new Erasmus+ Programme (2021-2027).
As a participant, you will discover the novel priorities and the many opportunities offered to educational institutions by the new Programme. You will learn how to evaluate and communicate the needs of your school (or organization), and how to write a coherent European Development Plan for it. You will become familiar with the different funding schemes to finance different project ideas, and with the success award criteria followed by evaluators in assessing project proposals. Moreover, you will receive training on how to structure a clear project proposal that fully respects those criteria, follows the project life cycle, and will maximize its chances to reach high points at evaluation.
The course will have a hands-on approach. The trainer will guide the participants through a step-by-step path to make sure they draft a proposal on a project of their interest at the same time they gain a deeper understanding of project design. Thus, by the end of the course, you will have already achieved a first significant accomplishment—i.e., you will have a structured draft of a project of your choice, already reviewed by the trainer and discussed with the other participants—while having acquired all the necessary competences to start planning at best the future of your school.
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Course category: School Innovation
School Innovation: Both students’ needs and institutional demands nowadays change so quickly that is not always easy to keep up with the latest requirements. These courses provide school principals, managers, and teachers with new tools to face an ever-changing society. Our training courses about project management, entrepreneurship, team building, and mentoring will help you make the most of new trends in school administration. You also have the chance to get familiar with the most interesting educational systems in Europe, such as the German VET system, the Finnish school system, or the Italian preschool education. Finally, you can also explore innovative methodologies to foster a more creative and inclusive school environment.
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