If you are interested in an international cooperation and feel like being a potential partner in an innovative project on skills, you can apply for maximum two of the following project ideas until 26 October 2016 (midnight). On Thursday 10 November 2016 you will know whether you can participate in the project development workshop.
Overview of the 10 project ideas:
Social skills - a missing link for employability: Swedish Prison and Probation Service
Platform Maker Education Europe: Waag Society
Cognition & Inclusion: vzw den achtkanter
Improving learning efficiency / learning pathways: PXL University College, Centre of expertise PXL Educational Innovation
Developing new training approaches for ppl w/ mental disorders: INFREP
Supporting Transition towards Education Progression (STTEP): Scottish Wider Access Programme (SWAPWest)
Capacity-building in sustainable tourism: Hasselt University – Transportation Research Institute (IMOB) – Centre for Travel & Tourism Research
Experimental digilab - University of Jyväskylä
Marketable skills/foreign languages: Government of Catalonia
Prevention of the development of Salafist attitudes among young people: State Institute of School Development, Stuttgart, Baden-Wuerttemberg
How do you proceed if you want to apply as a potential partner ?
Step 1: Discover the details of each project proposal by clicking on the project title in this overview
Step 2: Select 1 or maximum 2 projects proposals for which you want to apply
Step 3: To apply, click on the link following the title of the project.
Step 4: A small textbox with a weblink opens automatically, click on that link to open the registration form and fill it out.
Step 5: Do not forget to submit your application by clicking on the submit-button below the form.
9h00 Welcome and practicalities
9h10 Introduction to the EU funding calls
Erasmus+ KA 2 Strategic partnerships, Mr. Marc De Vlieger, EPOS National agency Flanders
Erasmus+ KA 3 Policy experimentations, Mr. Erik Ballhausen, EACEA (tbc)
Horizon 2020 H2020 Education and skills: empowering Europe’s young innovators (tbc)
10h00 Workgroup tables getting installed
10h15 Round 1 round table
12h15 Sandwich lunch
13h30 Round 2 round table
15h30 Networking reception
Please be well prepared in order to answer questions about your expertise, human and financial commitment to the project, time you need to obtain the formal “go” of your organization, etc.
The workshop and lunch are for free but NO compensation is provided for travel costs.
Your participation in the project development workshop cannot guarantee a successful outcome for your project*. However, it is an excellent opportunity for organizations to meet potential European partners, which might result in a fruitful and sustainable Erasmus+ or Horizon 2020 project.
Due to capacity of the venue, participants will be restricted to maximum 100.
To warm up, please join us on 8 December in one of the sessions of the European Vocational Skills Week 2016 and for the evening networking cocktail with the other participants of the project development workshop. More information will be available soon.
This event is a co-organisation of Baden-Württemberg, EARLALL, Lifelong Learning Platform, the Liaison Agency Flanders-Europe (vleva), Île-de-France Europe and the West-Finland European Office. It takes place at Vleva, Avenue de Cortenbergh 71, 1000 Brussels.
Laure ANTONIOTTI, Île-de-France Europe, email@example.com
Ulrike CONRAD, Baden-Württemberg, Ulrike.Conrad@bruessel.bwl.de
Christa JAKOBSSON, West-Finland European Office, firstname.lastname@example.org
Claudia McKENNY ENGSTRÖM, LLLPlatform, email@example.com
Jugatx ORTIZ, EARLALL, firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen VANDERSICKEL, Liaison agency Flanders-Europe, email@example.com
PDW Task Force firstname.lastname@example.org
*Please note that this workshop is a partnering event. The organisation can not guarantee that your project idea will be selected for EU-funding.