Erasmus+

 

What is Erasmus + ? Will this support mobility staff training programmes abroad?

 

The Erasmus + programme will replace the EU LLP programme and will run from 2014 -2020. The programme  will continue to support and offer grants for Comenius and Grundtvig staff mobility training for staff, teachers and professionals in the education sector.

 

Heads of Schools will be able to organise several mobility activities, allowing many individuals ( staff)  to attend Mobility Training courses abroad over a period of one or  two years through one grant application. 

 

Applying for funding for training under Erasmus +

Under the Erasmus + it will be organisations (Heads of schools, colleges, institutions …) and not individuals who will apply for the mobility training funding.  

Before applying applicants (schools, colleges, institutions) must follow 3 steps to apply for funding for Staff Mobility Training Programmes taking place as from 1 July 2014 :

  1. The school, college, university or institute must first register in the Unique Registration Facility (URF)   The ECAS User Manual.PDF   explains the necessary steps for obtaining a URF.
  2. Once registered the school will obtain a PIC (Personal Identification Code) number.
  3. The school, college, university or institute must then submit the application with the National Agency. The application must be under Key Action 1 ( Mobility of individuals in the field of education, training and youth)

The PIC Number of APEFP is no. 

Applications can be downloaded from your National Agencies’ websites. 

We are providing guidance and support on the application process. Contact uson training@etimalta.com

Eng.KA1 School Education Staff Mobility.pdf

 

When is the next deadline to apply for funding?

 

Applications must be submitted to your National Agency by not later than 24th March 2014.