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Lifelong Learning Programme http://ec.europa.eu/education/lifelong-learning-programme/doc1208_en.htm


Objective As the flagship European Funding programme in the field of education and training, the Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP) enables individuals at all stages of their lives to pursue stimulating learning opportunities across Europe.


Four Sectorial Elements 1. Comenius - first phase of education, from pre-school and primary to secondary schools

2. Erasmus - formal higher education 3. Leonardo da Vinci - vocational education and training 4. Grundtvig – non-vocational adult education http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/llp/about_llp/about_llp_en.php

Additional

- Transversal elements of Languages and ICT - Jean Monet – higher educational institutions


What is Leonardo? The Leonardo da Vinci programme links policy to practice in the field of vocational education and training (VET). Projects range from those giving individuals the chance to improve their competences, knowledge and skills through a period abroad, to Europe-wide co-operation between training organisations.


How does Leonardo mobility work? Leonardo da Vinci focuses on vocational education and training, other than at tertiary level. It addresses both the learning and teaching needs in the sector, and is therefore aimed at all parties involved, namely trainees in vocational education, teachers and trainers, institutions and educational bodies, enterprises, associations, social partners and bodies relating to either lifelong learning or the labour market.


Strands under Leonardo Leonardo da Vinci mobility projects Partnerships (small scale co-operation) Transfer of Innovation (large scale co-operation)


Mobility Projects Mobility Projects allow you to provide staff, students, job seekers and apprentices with a unique opportunity to enhance their skills on a work placement in another European country.


Partnerships Partnerships allow you to work with your European counterparts on issues of mutual interest, to share ideas and discuss common problems.


Transfer of Innovation Transfer of Innovation allows you to work with European partners to transfer and adapt innovative vocational education and training materials and methods.


Mobility – What can you do? Mobility for trainees, employees and anyone looking for work You can send trainees and people in the labour market to another European country for a work placement to enable them to gain real experience and skills in employment.


Mobility – What can you do? Placements for VET professionals Staff can take part in short work visits to learn from European colleagues. A placement will contribute to their personal development, and they will be able to learn new skills and ways of working to bring back to their job in the UK.


Mobility – Funding Facts Funding Facts Funding is calculated on a per participant basis, it depends on the number of people you will be sending abroad as part of the project. The Leonardo funding will contribute to: •Project management costs •Language and cultural preparation for participants •Travel costs •Subsistence (accommodation and living expenses)


Partnership – What can you do? Opportunity for like minded organisations to work on a particular topic


What is Grundtvig A programme supporting adult education Grundtvig aims to provide adults with ways to improve their knowledge and skills, keeping them mentally fit and potentially more employable


Grundtvig Opportunities • • • • • • • • •

Assistantships Learner Workshops Partnerships In-Service Training Multilateral Projects Networks Preparatory Visits Senior Volunteering, Visits & Exchanges


Assistantships Grundtvig Assistantships support adult education organisations to send individuals on work placements in another European country. Organisations can also host visiting ‘Grundtvig Assistants’ Individuals can also apply for Assistantships


http://volunteersturnupthevolume.blogspot.com/p/grundtvig�assistanship.html


Learner Workshops European organisations involved in adult education can host workshops on a variety of topics for 10-20 learners from across Europe. Learners can participate in a workshop taking place in another countries. The aim is for workshops to be fun and interactive events, where learners have the opportunity to share their experiences and develop their own learning.


Learner Workshops European organisations involved in adult education can host workshops on a variety of topics for 10-20 learners from across Europe. Learners can participate in a workshop taking place in another countries. The aim is for workshops to be fun and interactive events, where learners have the opportunity to share their experiences and develop their own learning.


Funding available Type of Activity

A (number of  participants)

B (grant per participant  in €)

Project organisation grant

TOTAL (A x B)

€ 9650.00

Travel and subsistence grant for participants  Applicant should insert in column A the number of  expected learners, and in column B the correct  amount for the duration of the Workshop – see table  1 above

20

€1531.81

€30,636

Other costs* Applicant should insert in column A the number of  learners who are expected to need a grant for other  costs

[maximum €150 per  participant]

€3000

Special needs** €950

TOTAL REQUESTED FUNDING

€44,236


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