EUCIS-LLL is glad to invite you to the training session we organise on 5 March in Brussels to inform stakeholders about the new Erasmus+ programme. New policy objectives linked to the programme will be discussed, as well as new opportunities under the three new programme key activities, concrete changes compared to the Lifelong Learning Programme, participation of civil society and cooperation with National Agencies. Representatives from the Commission, from Belgian Agencies as well as successful project coordinators will intervene to help you seize the right oppportunities and build up innovative initiatives. A registration fee is asked to participants in order to cover organisational costs (65ā¬ for regular participants and 45ā¬ for EUCIS-LLL members). See the provisional programme and register here before 24 January!
8ā45Ā Ā Ā Registration and coffee
9ā00Ā Ā Ā Erasmus+ in perspective:Ā āEU policy objectivesā
More than ever the programme is linked to EU policy objectives. Successful applications will have to match these priorities on top of being quality projects.
- Sophia ERIKSSON-WATERSCHOOT, Head of Unit āEducation and Training in Europe 2020 Governanceā
09ā30Ā Erasmus+ in practice ālearning mobility and strategic partnershipsā
During this session actions under Key activity 1 ālearning mobilityā and key activity 2 āstrategic partnershipsā will be introduced. It will include general and specific provisions for the different actors (Grundtvig, Erasmus, Comenius and Leonardo). A coffee break is planned at 10ā45.
- Suzy Vercammen, French-speaking Agency of Belgium (AEF-EUROPE)
12ā30Ā Lunch break
13ā30Ā Erasmus+ in practice: seizing the opportunities for civil society
This session will focus on success factors and on the place given to European civil society organisations in a decentralised programme. Tips will also be given on how to find relevant partners.
- Audrey Frith, Director of EUCIS-LLL
- Renilde Reynders, Coordinator Grundtvig, Comenius (HE), Languages in the Flemish Agency (EPOS vzw)
15ā30Ā Giving the floor to beneficiaries: how to make it work
This session will leave the floor to coordinators of innovative projects that have put a particular emphasis on the success factors that will be valued in Erasmus+ (dissemination and exploitation, hot policy topics).
16ā30Ā Get-together drink and cross-fertilisation of ideas