Erasmus+ Workshops

Erasmus + FUNDED Workshops

Seize the opportunity to participate in one of our 5 or 6 day high quality staff training courses in the year 2020, acquire new skills and specialized knowledge in cutting edge fields and receive a participation certificate together with the European wide recognizable Europass which will enhance your staff performance, reliability, efficiency and competitiveness.

IfGIC is a course provider registered with the European Commission )our PIC number is 942493808). If participants want to make use of the Erasmus+ programme of the EU, they don’t have to pre-pay the workshop fee as long as the result of the grant application is pending. Participants need to complete this application and return it to IfGIC.

When the application for Erasmus+ has been successful, participants should pre-pay the workshop fee(s) to IfGIC.

In the event that the application to Erasmus+ has been unsuccessful, participants have to inform us immediately, to either cancel participation in the workshop or offer to pay the workshop fee without EU financial support.

What is Erasmus +

Great opportunities for professional development of professionals Erasmus+ (and specifically the so-called Key Action 1) offers opportunities for students, trainees and young people as well as for professors, teachers, trainers, youth workers, staff of education institutions and civil society organisations to undertake a learning and/or professional experience in another country.

Key Action 1: Mobility of Individuals

This Action is all about providing opportunities for individuals to improve their skills, enhance their employability and gain cultural awareness.

Under Key Action 1 organisations can apply for funding to run mobility projects to offer structured study, work experience, job shadowing, training and teaching opportunities to staff and learners.

Key Action 1 covers the five fields of higher education, vocational education and training, schools, adult education and youth.

Find out more about Key Action 1.

KA1: Adult education funding

Erasmus+ is the European Union programme for education, training, youth and sport. Each year, organisations involved in adult education can apply for Erasmus+ funding for life-changing international activities.

Staff mobility

  • Teaching/ training assignments – allows staff from adult education organisations to teach or provide training at a partner organisation abroad.
  • Staff training – staff participate in structured courses or training events abroad, job shadowing/observation periods in any relevant organisation active in the adult education field.

Funding can be used to support staff on activities in another programme country, lasting from two days to two months (excluding travel time).

Who can apply?

Any adult education organisation sending their staff abroad, or any adult education organisation acting as coordinator of a national mobility consortium of adult education organisations, can apply for funding. Please read the Erasmus+ Programme Guide for full eligibility criteria.

Please note that each organisation can only apply for one Key Action 1 adult education project per Call unless the organisation is involved in a consortium, when it could apply more than once. A consortium application must consist of at least three adult education organisations from the same programme country.

Individuals cannot apply directly for Erasmus+ adult education funding.

Before you apply

There are a number of different requirements to fulfil before you can apply. From funding deadlines to eligibility criteria, this section provides information to consider before you make an application.

How to apply?

The 2020 Call for Applications was published on 6 November 2019. Please note that due to technical issues with application forms, the deadline has been extended. The deadline is now 11 February 2020 (12pm CET time). The application web form is now live online.

Step by step guide to apply for Erasmus+ mobilities

With this step by step guide we want to make your application process smooth, easy and successful. The text comes from he Erasmus + Programme Guide, so please be aware that this is a shorten version of it and it might not be complete. Also there might be slightly different procedures or priorities according to your country, so please double check with the checklist on your application form and with releases on the website of your country’s national agency.

The deadline for applications is the 11th February 2020, so you still have time to fill in the application and apply for co-founding.

Erasmus+ Funded Courses