Course Objective

This Course has the objective of preparing you to develop from top to bottom a funding application to ERASMUS+ Programme in the field of youth. A programme that support education, training, youth and sport in Europe. 

To be able to develop a project and an application to funding in the field of youth, you have master some concepts and learn more about the programme. And for this reason, our teachers have selected some material and videos from diverse sources that better explain how the programme works and what you need to do to develop a good project.

What is ERASMUS+

With a budget of €14.7 billion the aim of Erasmus+ is to contribute for growth, jobs, social equity and inclusion in youth, as well as promote the sustainable development of its partners in the field of higher education, and contribute to achieving the objectives of: Reducing unemployment, especially among young people; Promoting adult learning, especially for new skills and skills required by the labour market; Encouraging young people to take part in European democracy; Supporting innovation, cooperation and reform; Reducing early school-leaving; and Promoting cooperation and mobility with the EU's partner countries.


The Erasmus+ programme is managed by the European Commission (the EU's executive body), the Education, Audiovisual, and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), a series of National Agencies in Programme countries, and a series of National Offices in some Partner countries.

Topics

The programme is divide by two major sections:

 

Section I - Composed of 9 sub-sections with videos that explain the program in a easy way.

 

1.1 Discover what Erasmus+ is
1.2 Explore the Objectives and Priorities of Erasmus+ Youth in Action
1.3 Discover important Feature of Erasmus+ Youth in Action
1.4 Explore Quality of Erasmus+ Youth in Action Projects
1.5 Find out Support Structures for Erasmus+ Youth in Action

 

2.1 Discover What a Youth Exchange Is
2.2 Establish a Youth Exchange Group
2.3 Create Youth Exchange Partnership
2.4 Make youth exchanges between programme and partner countries
2.5 Design Youth Exchange Activity Programme
2.6 Make Impact with Youth Exchanges
2.7 Take the First Steps with Youth Exchanges

 

3.1 Discover European Voluntary Service
3.2 What is EVS & how do I do it
3.3 Understand the Aims of European Voluntary Service
3.4 International Volunteering with Neighbouring Countries
3.5 Meet the Players Involved in European Voluntary Service
3.6 Take the First Steps in European Voluntary Service

 

4.1 Discover the Mobility of Youth Workers
4.2 Explore the Diverse Forms of Youth Workers' Mobility Projects
4.3 Cooperate with your neighbouring partners
4.4 Explore the Major Quality Demands of Youth Workers' Mobility
4.5 Match Your Aims for Your Target Group
4.6 Design the Programme and Plan Necessary Preparations

 

5.1 Find out Strategic Partnership essentials
5.2 Choose the type of Strategic Partnerships
5.3 Discover Transnational Youth Initiatives
5.4 Define the relevance of your Strategic Partnership idea
5.5 Building balanced long term Partnerships
5.6 Aims and objectives for Strategic Partnerships
5.7 Activities: The Elements of Strategic Partnerships
5.8 Strategic Partnership project design
5.9 Managment and Communication in a Strategic Partnership
5.10 Construction of the budget in Strategic Partnership projects
5.11 Planning Results, Impact and Dissemination of Strategic Partnerships

 

6.1 Discover the KA3 Structured Dialogue projects
6.2 Structured Dialogue in one minute
6.3 Have Your Say - Structured Dialogue of Youth
6.4 Learn the Rules of Structured Dialogue projects
6.5 Build up a good partnership for Structured Dialogue
6.6 Design your Participatory Approach
6.7 Create Impact through Dissemination and Exploitation of Results

 

7.1 How to write a project (Problem tree)
7.2 How to write a good project (SMARTER goals)

 

8.1 Learn about Non-Formal Education
8.2 Learn about Non-Formal Education

 

9.1 The story of Youthpass - Part I
9.2 The Story of Youthpass - part II


 

Section II - In this part you have the selection of the more important areas of the 2018 programme. And is you what to have access to the full document (it’s not mandatory) at the end of the section you have that option.