Presentation on Erasmus + - Grundtvig International Network of

Report
National infoday Austria
26 June 2014
Programme on KA1
• Introduction
• Part 1: ERASMUS+ KA1 action: the applicant
• Part 2: KA1 action: the course provider
Guy Tilkin, Alden Biesen
GINCO coordinator
ERASMUS+
• Key Activity 1 (KA1): mobility
• Key Activity 2 (KA2): cooperation
• Key Activity 3 (KA3): policy
STAFF MOBILITY (KA1)
in GRU & COM
• Professional development
– Participate in structured course or training event
– Job shadowing / observation in a relevant
organisation
• Teaching- or training assignment in a partner
organisation / school
• 2 days to 2 months (excl travel);
1 month = 30 days
* (if longer: in KA2)
STAFF MOBILITY (KA1)
in GRU & COM
WHO ?
Teachers / Trainers / Educators
+ other staff in schools and adult
education organisations
STAFF MOBILITY (KA1)
in GRU & COM
Organisational approach
Strategic
European Development plan
1 application per organisation for 1 or 2 years
1/07/2014-30/06/2015 or 30/06/2016
Deadline: 17/03/2014
KA1 in GRU & COM
• Sending organisation (can be a consortium
in AE – min 3 AE organisations)
• Receiving organisation (if known)
• Coördinator (can be sending org )
KA1 in GRU & COM
• European Development Plan
WHY ?
• ! modernisation
• > Needs of the staff
• Selection, preparation and follow-up
• Recognition of the learning outcomes +
dissemination
KA1 in GRU & COM
• Learning agreement & recognition of
learning outcomes
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WHY ?
Detailed programme
Tasks abroad
Knowledge acquired, skills, competences
Monitoring, follow-up, mentoring
Not compulsary
Evaluation, validation, recognition
KA 1 : finances : unit costs
Organisation
( p.p )
Mobility
Travel costs
Based on distance
Participation
Course fee
Max € 70 p.p. / max 10
days
Extra*
Special needs
Based on real costs
Accommodation &
subsistence
Based on country
KA1 (COM & GRU) EU Objectives
• Strong link with policy ; IMPACT
• Individual level:
• improved competences as a professional
• Trigger modernisation & internationalisation in education
• Understanding links between formal / non-formal education,
VET & labour market
• Understanding social, linguistic and cultural diversity
• Address needs of disadvantaged
KA 1 (COM & GRU) : EU Objectives
• Organisation:
* EU/international capacity
* Innovation
* Modern, dynamic , professional environment
GRAZ infoday
Questions
Consequences for IST providers
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Organisation based
Free course market
2 days (on site) in stead of 5
No database
No European dimension rules any more
Smaller grant, different composition
Needs driven (European objectives)
Quality criteria??
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European dimension & added value
Response to needs & EU objectives
Innovative didactics & competence oriented approach
Learning outcomes
Follow-up & transfer
Impact at school or AE org.
Evaluation & quality care
Appropriate use of ICT
Quality of content
Validation of learning outcomes
Attention for professional, personal & social development
Outreach & quality check
(Discussion on Cologne conference)
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European dimension
Fit the quality criteria (ratings ? By whom ?)
Feedback to NAs, public feedback system
Consortia
Some sort of database (quality disclaimer)
Database of demand/needs
Funding – quality ??
Competence profile of IST
course provider
– Educational development and planning of
competence oriented learning.
– Quality care and evaluation
– Validation of the acquired competences
– Public relations and outreach
– Attention to the EU dimension
– Appropriate use of ICT
– Providing social and professional support
– Management and organisation
Tools & training
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Training material & background
Pilot course 1
Pilot course 2
Conference
– Communication & networking
– Quality label
Questions
www.GINCONET.eu

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