Annual Conference 2020

Welcome to the Erasmus+ UK Annual Conference 2020 online space! This space complements our virtual annual conference which took place on 22-23 September, focusing on the impact of the Erasmus+ programme over the last seven years. Here you will find information about the conference and what happened during the sessions, as well as additional content which builds and expands upon the key theme.

Didn't get chance to take part in the conference? Take a look at the recordings from both sessions.

See what was discussed during the conference by taking a look through the presentations from the event.

Annual conference 2020 speaker Dana-Marie Knetsch

Dana-Marie Knetsch, Erasmus+ participant. Read our speakers' bios.

 

Annual conference 2020 speaker Katherine Latta

Katherine Latta, UK NARIC. Read our speakers' bios.

 

Annual conference 2020 speaker Bob Gilmour

Bob Gilmour, Professor of Learning and Teaching. Read our speakers' bios.

 

Annual conference 2020 speaker Sian Holleran

Siân Holleran, CollegesWales. Read our speakers' bios.

 

Annual conference 2020 speaker Anne Amzallag

Anne Amzallag, Bredon Hill Academy. Read our speakers' bios.

 

Annual conference 2020 Marguerite Hogg

Marguerite Hogg, Association of Colleges. Read our speakers' bios.

 

Annual conference 2020 speaker Andreu Gual

Andreu Gual, Xperienceships and Corkscrew. Read our speakers' bios.

 

Annual conference 2020 speaker Kayleigh Wainwright

Kayleigh Wainwright, UK Youth. Read our speakers' bios.

 

Annual conference 2020 speaker Geoff Spinks

Geoff Spinks, Morthyng Group Limited. Read our speakers' bios.

 

Annual conference 2020 speaker Dominic McGeown

Dominic McGeown, South West College. Read our speakers' bios.

 

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We want to enable our learners with significant disabilities the chance to work internationally with their peers, to develop the skills they will need to both continue and promote disability sport in their communities and to introduce new sports to them.

David Finch, International Director at National Star College

Looking back, I can see this internship hasn’t just helped me transfer academic skills into the working environment, it has been a journey which has gifted me many new experiences that I think you can only really acquire by living and working abroad.

Pheobe Chubb, student at the University of Exeter

The most rewarding part for us is to see someone who thinks they’ll never achieve anything go on to find a passion, go in to full-time employment or start something new in their local community, and this project has helped us achieve this.

Lynne Bloomfield, Head of Business Services and Corporate Development at Kilcooley Women’s Centre