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Member of staff and attendee in conversation at the annual conference 2018
With an opening Soprano performance, inspiring case studies and an insightful panel discussion, there was a real buzz around this year’s Annual Conference in Central Hall Westminster where we were joined by more than 200 delegates to celebrate the achievements of the programme to date. A wonderful performance from Holly Teague, accompanied on the piano by Jonathan French, opened the event. Holly...
Is your organisation planning to apply for Erasmus+ funding? Or taking its initial steps in planning a project? The process involved, especially for the first time, can seem daunting and nerve-wracking. Have no fear though, as some of our exemplary beneficiaries offer tips and advice on getting started. Having once been in this position themselves, their projects have gone on to shine – whether...
October is approaching, which means only one thing for Eurodesk – Time to Move! Not familiar with this campaign? Let’s get you in the loop, explaining all you need to know and how you can get involved. First, allow us to introduce you to Eurodesk. An information and support service to help young people and youth organisations find out about opportunities in Europe. The service also has various...
The countdown is well under way for the 2018 Erasmus+ UK Annual Conference on Tuesday 2 October. Are you coming? Do you know what to expect? Make sure you’re fully prepared by reading our top 10 things to know ahead of the big day. 1. It’s all about you This year’s Conference theme is Erasmus+ People so we will be shining the spotlight on you! Participants, beneficiaries and projects will be...
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“Don’t forget to do some impact assessment!” You will hear that phrase more than once while you are managing your Erasmus+ project. From the National Agency, the European Commission, your partners, your organisation’s management. Almost everyone in fact, will tell you that you need to “do” impact assessment at some point. And they’re right. You do need to do something. Robust impact assessment,...
A SEED event participant placing post-it notes on a whiteboard during discussion
How do we better deliver long-term international work placements?  How can we make them more affordable for learners? How do we more fully involve and prepare employers to play a role in VET (vocational education and training) mobility? UK stakeholders involved in VET mobility participated in a one-day workshop in Birmingham on 26 June to discuss these questions. A peer-learning activity,...