Learning Networks events

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: Widening Participation, Employability and Project Management and Implementation

Learning Networks 23 May in Manchester

On 23 May we relaunched Learning Networks following your feedback at the consultation event that was held in December. At this event, our thematic workshops covered:

  • Widening Participation

    Supporting social mobility - This group explored how projects can reach out to target groups with fewer opportunities across all sectors and share experiences and tools.

  • Employability

    Apprenticeships - This group looked at how Erasmus+ projects can change perceptions of apprenticeships and how to increase employer awareness of the value of Erasmus+ for apprenticeships.

  • Project Management and Implementation

    Good practice in transnational project management - This group offered projects the opportunity to share resources and practical tips on project management across all sectors and key actions.

You can now download the event report (249 KB), which includes top tips from each thematic workshop, and view all the presentations from the day

Learning Networks 6 December in Birmingham

The last Learning Networks event of 2017 was held in Birmingham. Delegates from all sectors joined us for the Learning Networks Consultation – a mid-programme discussion around the themes and events of the initiative. Download our event report (380 KB) for full information on the workshops and delegate feedback. 

You can also view our Padlet to see delegate notes and results from the day. You can find photos from the day in our Facebook album from the event.

We also launched a wider online Learning Networks Consultation following the event to allow everyone to share their thoughts on the initiative.