We hold two Learning Networks events a year for UK organisations involved with the Erasmus+ programme. This dedicated events page provides information on upcoming and past events. You can find out more about each of our topic areas, as well as event presentations and policy information, on our themed webpages. If you’re interested in attending a future Learning Networks event please sign up to our mailing list to stay informed – we’ll let you know when events are open for registration.
Booking now open for the next Learning Networks event
The next Learning event will be held on Wednesday 24 May 2017 at the Studio, 67 Hope Street, Glasgow G2 6AE. Visit our booking page to secure your place and find full details. We hope you will be able to join us.
Learning Networks 22 November 2016 in Cardiff
The fifth Learning Networks event took place in Wales at Cardiff City Hall on 22 November 2016. We were joined by 66 delegates from across the sectors. You can download our event report (203 KB) for full information about the day.
The employability workshop looked at employer engagement strategies including practical hints and tips. Our widening Participation workshop covered preventing youth extremism and our measuring impact session looked at putting theory into practice using the Impact+ Exercise. The joint session allowed delegates from each workshop to share what they would take away from the event.
Learning Networks 26 May 2016 in Manchester
The fourth Learning Networks event took place on 26 May 2016 in Manchester.
We were joined by 61 delegates from across the sectors and 32 delegates from a Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) meeting running in parallel on the day, making this our biggest Learning Networks event to date. Download our event report (439 KB) for full information about the day. Missed the event or want to revisit it? Check out our event Storify which has all the photos, tweets, presentations and other interactive content from the day here.
Watch our highlights film with projects from across our three themes share their experiences of taking part in Learning Networks.
The Employability workshop looked at how to quantify soft skills and discussed what employability means across the UK. Our Widening Participation workshop covered different approaches to partnership working: building trust and bridging cultures. And finally the Measuring Impact workshop looked at what data is needed in order to successfully measure impact and discussed how we can measure personal impact. In parallel, an ‘Impact Exercise’ involved TCA delegates from nine countries across Europe, who trialled a tool which looks at the impact of their projects. The joint round-up session highlighted key learnings from the three workshops which will inform future events. You can download the delegate guide (447 KB) for more information about our speakers and to see the delegate list from the event. You can also view photos from the event on our Facebook page.
Here are some of the delegates' comments about the event. You can also take a look at our event feedback infographic (click to view larger image).
- “The practical presentation session by Bury College was an eye opener.”
- “A good place to help build and discuss ideas.”
- “Excellent and very useful. Being part of the Erasmus+ programme is so inspiring and it’s wonderful to see how it influences our young people.