THE NEW ERASMUS FRAMEWORK 2021-2027: HOW TO WRITE AND MANAGE A SUCCESSFUL ACCREDITATION. ERASMUS PLUS PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND EDUCATIONAL VISITS IN DUBLIN (IRELAND)

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Project Management Spain Erasmus Plus
Contact: info@pmserasmusplus.com
Organization ID (OID): E10039300

• COURSE INFORMATION:
The course will focus on EXCHANGE PARTNERSHIP PROJECTS in Erasmus +, with special focus on the new accreditation to get KA1 grant and Key Action 2 Erasmus + Projects but MANAGEMENT AND ASSESSMENT Key Action 1 project as well. In addition, it will give the participants the opportunity to know a new education system and will do PERSONALIZED EDUCATIONAL VISIT TO SCHOOLS to know how they work and to have the chance to create a KA2 project with local centers. Non-native English trainers expecting participants to have at least B1 level of English proficiency.

Erasmus+ Programme is a real European success story, consistently identified as one of the most successful initiatives of the EU. Since its inception in 1987, the programme has expanded considerably. It now covers all education and training sectors ranging from early childhood education and care, and school education to vocational education and training, higher education and adult learning. The new programme 2021-2027 will not only be more inclusive and innovative but also more digital and greener. It will be key to achieving the European Education Area by 2025 and will mobilise the education, training, youth and sport sectors for swift recovery and future growth. It will provide many new opportunities for Europe's learners. With increased accessibility and more flexible mobility formats, it will provide opportunities to a more diverse group of learners, including those with fewer opportunities and school pupils, who are now included in the mobility action.

You will learn everything about the funding available at Erasmus + Projects, acquiring concrete skills related to the design of a SUCCESSFUL PROJECT, the key words to write the form and manage the project once approved. A practical simulation is carried out for each topic in focus during the European Project Design. Besides, teachers give key knowledge pills every day and motivation activities to participants to put them in action so they can face to write a proposal with success.

• METHODOLOGY:
The E+ Project Management course is based on theoretical lessons and presentations of examples of good practice as well as discussions and experience comparisons. The course will have lectures, seminars and workshops to ensure full comprehension and every day assingnment support. Every day will add new information about Key Action Erasmus Plus and will create new links to strenghten future common projects. During the middle of the week all participants will have educational visits to other schools to know in person how other schools work.

Our experienced trainers will support and stimulate the networking and cooperation among participants. The expected training activity has been structured so that the participants can transfer know-how and develop needed skills to create and manage a proposal with real success.

By the end of the course, participants should have an assested proposal for international collaboration action of a partnership project. To ensure that, participants will work on a real application form in order to acquire concrete skills on how to design and apply for a EU-funded project. Furthermore, trainers will make extensive use of evidence-based examples and experiences. In the end of the course, the company will provide the participants an attendance certificate including the detailed information about the course, e.g. title, programme and schedule. In addition, a Europass Mobility Certificate can be added on request.

• MAIN OBJECTIVES:
The course covers all the needs of the project cycle from developing the idea, finding the right partners, design a successful project, assesting during all the process –not only at the end– to managing properly and reporting it. In detail, the concrete goals of the course are:
- To improve the quality and the accessibility of European projects in order to foster European integration and excellence in education.
- To empower and to train teachers, education staff and those interested in developing European learning projects to successfully access and manage European funds.
- To know other Educational System and be able to transfer the good practices in a satisfactory way to their own school centers.
- To strengthen European collaboration among –past, present and future– participants in the course and local schools.
- To share experiences of international colaboration and projects from different organizations in order to be more effective in our proposal.
- To give the opportunity for students of the participants to travel around Europe in future years thanks to their succesful KA2 projects created this week.
- To improve English fluency –official language of the course–.

Thanks to this course the participants will:
- Assess and manage propperly their present KA1 Erasmus + Project and the future KA2 Erasmus + Project.
- Improve their practical skills related to the management of the idea and application process.
- Meet very interesting teachers, acquire great knowledge about other educational system and use great resources.
- Know everything about preparation and management of the financial budgeting and contractual aspects, not only with their National Agency but also with their own partners.
- Learn how they should impact and disseminate the results of the proposal.
- Evaluate the results of their project and move the school towards sustainability in innovative education and international collaboration.
- Make contacts with new partners interested in developing European Projects through specific networking activities.

By the end of the course, each participant should be able to:
- Pass from the idea of a project to write a good proposal.
- Create a great project focused on European priorities and full of imaginative activities.
- Avoid mistakes in writing projects and financial reporting.
- Apply before deadline a suceed proposal considering assesment criteria.
- Manage effectively a KA1 – KA2 European funded project.

• DAILY PROGRAMME:
It exists a standard indicative daily programme. However, the course can be personalized each week on participants needs and professional profiles.

The course’s trainers usually welcome participants on Sunday afternoon and give them all the course material. The main training activities, instruction and practices will take place from Monday to Friday. On another note, participants will be able to explain their own school and KA1 project to the rest of participants and work all together to set up future eTwinnings or even KA2 projects. Finally, there will be a course’ roundup and a final evaluation on Saturday morning and the delivery of the certificates of attendance.

Please find below the standard indicative daily programme:

DAY 1 – SUNDAY. WELCOMING.
- Meeting and greeting.
- Individual orientation and information about the venue and the city.
- Round up presentation and networking between all participants.
- Guided and educational activity to discover the city.

DAY 2 – MONDAY. REMEMBERING AND SETTING.
- School presentations: Presentation of your own school and your KA1 PROJECT.
- Step by step: how to create a successful Erasmus + proposal.
- Remembering KA1 E+: SWOT, European objectives and activities.
- European Erasmus + platforms: eTwinning - School Education Gateway - Europass CV - Erasmus + Project Results - Mobility Tool and Beneficiary Modul.
- Dissemination of your project. European Plus Projects Results Platforms and other Internet sites or Social Networks.

DAY 3 – TUESDAY. EDUCATIONAL VISIT TO SCHOOL. OBSERVATION DAY.
- Brief presentation of the National Education System.
- Personalized educational visit to schools. Meeting, Job Shadowing and collaborative work. Workshops in groups to put in practice common ideas of good practices.

DAY 4 – WEDNESDAY. WORKING HARD IN THE ACCREDITATION.
- School presentations: Presentation of your own school and your KA1 PROJECT.
- How to get the new KA1 certification.
- Europe 2021-2027 Possibilities of Funding. Strategies, Objectives and Priorities. Key points.
- Criteria of project assessment: Relevance, Quality proposal, Impact and Dissemination. Outcomes. Management and quality standards. Must have and timing project.
- Criteria and Stage of Funding: Extra bonus points to get the Accreditation.
- Discussing group ideas proposed by groups to achieve European Objectives. Brainstorming and team building.
- Workshop to create and manage your own accreditation.

DAY 5 – THURSDAY. KEY ACTION 2: PARTNERSHIP FOR COOPERATION.
- KA2 E+ Projects: Small-Scale and Cooperation partnership. From SWOT, Priorities and common Activities to Impact, Disseminations and Sustainability. Key questions and its answers.
- Workshop to create and manage your own accreditation.
- Collaborative work to put in common Erasmus ideas.

DAY 6 – FRIDAY. WORKSHOP AND COLLABORATIVE JOB.
- Planning the follow up: future projects together.
- Cooperative groups by priorities and topics. Writing together a KA1 certification or even a KA2 proposal draft and how to get a successful one: Tips, tricks and key words.
- Presentation of participants’ works. Participants speech of their own KA1 or KA2 proposal.
- Additional training session tailored to specific needs, just in case someone needs it.

DAY 7 – SATURDAY. CONCLUSION.
- Course evaluation.
- Releasing official course certifications.
- Participants departure.

- Free cultural activity: discovering the city and its cultural heritage. You will visit Dublin city in a guided tour included in course fees.
- Free cultural activity: discovering the city and its cultural heritage. You will visit Dublin Castle in a guided tour included in course fees.
- Optional dinner in the center of Dublin. Networking activity to deepen the relationship between all participants.

• DATES:
E+PMEV course will attend editions during academic course 2022 and 2023 in following dates:

2022:
ICELAND – REYKJAVÍK:
- From Sunday 13th February to Saturday 19th.
- From Sunday 24th April to Saturday 30th.
- From Sunday 22nd May to Saturday 28th.
- From Sunday 21st August to Saturday 27th.
- From Sunday 16th October to Saturday 22nd.
SPAIN – ALICANTE:
- From Sunday 20th February to Saturday 26th.
- From Sunday 3rd April to Saturday 9th.
- From Sunday 3rd July to Saturday 9th.
- From Sunday 2nd October to Saturday 8th.
- From Sunday 30th October to Saturday 5th November.
- From Sunday 27th November to Saturday 3rd December.
FINLAND – HELSINKI:
- From Sunday 27th February to Saturday 5th March.
FRANCE – MARTINIQUE:
- From Sunday 17th April to Saturday 23rd.
IRELAND – DUBLIN:
- From Sunday 23rd October to Saturday 29th.

2023:
ICELAND – REYKJAVÍK:
- From Sunday 12th February to Saturday 18th.
- From Sunday 23rd April to Saturday 29th.
- From Sunday 20th August to Saturday 26th.
- From Sunday 15th October to Saturday 21st.
SPAIN – ALICANTE:
- From Sunday 15th January to Saturday 21st.
- From Sunday 12th March to Saturday 18th.
- From Sunday 21st May to Saturday 27th.
- From Sunday 2nd July to Saturday 8th.
- From Sunday 10th September to Saturday 16th.
- From Sunday 1st October to Saturday 7th.
- From Sunday 29th October to Saturday 4th November.
- From Sunday 26th November to Saturday 2nd December.
FRANCE – MARTINIQUE:
- From Sunday 9th April to Saturday 15th.
FRANCE – TAHITI:
- From Sunday 13th August to Saturday 19th.
IRELAND – DUBLIN:
- From Sunday 22nd October to Saturday 28th.

• COSTS AND ERASMUS + FUNDING
The cost of the seven day course is 560€, and includes course fees, support free cultural activities in the city during the week and certification of attendance. The company offers an Optional cultural package to deepen the relationship between all participants.

The training course is tailored to be fully funded by Erasmus + to teachers, trainers, headmasters and any other staff of education organizations. Furthermore trainers can help in Key Action 1 application to ensure that participants can get the grant and could be eligible to receive an Erasmus + grant that covers all the costs of the course.

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PMS ERASMUS PLUS
Location
DUBLIN, Ireland


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