TEACHING THROUGH ART -
courses for educators (EN, FR, IT)
*eligible for Erasmus Plus Funding
It is not necessary to be an art teacher to use art in your practice. Art is an incredible tool that allows you to deliver stronger content, re-think your role as educator, find a collaboration opportunity and have fun! Join one of our teacher training opportunities in Venice or Amsterdam.
UPDATE: ERASMUS+ MOBILITY AND COVID-19

Dear Teachers,

I am Maria from the ECA-Erasmus team. I know that there is some uncertainly about this and next year because of possible contingency arrangements. We work with you to find the best solution. Here is what you need to know:

1. For now some courses go ahead as scheduled and some are postponed. Good news is that Venice started opening up as well as other EU-countries and we all need the hope for fun, vacation and educational activities.

2. If you you prefer to come later, even in 2021 instead, it is completely fine. You can do it in 2 simples steps: check our new dates and write me directly at maria@europeanculturalacademy.eu. I will take care of it quickly.
NOTE: you still need to received the grant this year from the National Agency and transfer it to us to confirm your place. I can gladly help you with the necessary details.

3. ECA would like to offer free additional support for the teachers in 2020 to add fun, keep in touch and make your life easier in this strange times. Contact me to get a little gift from us.

Any questions? Do you want other dates? Contact me directly. I answer every email.

Best,
Maria, ECA-Erasmus team
maria@europeanculturalacademy.eu

SELECT YOUR COURSE FOR 2020-2021
How to fund your participation via Erasmus Plus Key Action (KA101 and KA104 – Learning Mobility for Individuals
Who is eligible?
For the Key Action 101: school leaders, school teachers and school staff, pupils in pre-primary, primary and secondary education;

For the Key Action 104: members of non-vocational adult education organisations, trainers, staff and learners in non-vocational adult education.

Both private and public organisations can apply: schools, companies, training centres etc.

Participating countries: Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Ireland, Greece, Spain, France, Croatia, Italy, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Hungary, Malta, Netherlands, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Finland, Sweden, United Kingdom*, Republic of North Macedonia, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Turkey, Serbia.

FOR BRITISH APPLICANTS: Please be aware that eligibility criteria must be complied with for the entire duration of the grant. If the United Kingdom with- draws from the European Union during the grant period without concluding an agreement with the European Union ensuring in particular that British applicants continue to be eligible, you will cease to receive EU funding (while continuing, where possible, to participate) or be required to leave the project on the basis of the relevant provisions of the grant agreement on termination.


WHAT IS COVERED BY THE FUNDING?
Your school or organisation can apply for Erasmus Plus funding to cover tuition fees, travel and accommodation expenses.
HOW TO APPLY?
THERE ARE 3 STEPS TO YOUR APPLICATION

1. CREATE EU LOGIN. It takes just a couple of minutes.
Press here to register your EU-login

2. REGISTER PIC/OID NUMBER (Participant Identification Code/Organisation IDentification ). It will take about 5 minutes.
Your organisation must have a PIC/OID to apply for any EU grant programme, including Erasmus+. It is an identification Code for your school; it can only be obtained by organisations, not individuals. You can easily register the code for your school yourself; it will take a few minutes. Here is how:
Go to http://ec.europa.eu/education/participants/portal
Click LOGIN -> ORGANISATIONS-> REGISTER.

It is good to let your organisation know that you registered at the portal just in case they want to apply for other grants in the future.

3. SUBMIT ONLINE APPLICATION. That is the longest part and might take a few days but we are here to help.

Go to this page and enter with your EU-login: https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/erasmus-applications/
If you work in a school: Go OPPORTUNITIES -> Field of opportunity SCHOOL EDUCATION -> Key Actions SCHOOL EDUCATION STAFF MOBILITY (KA101)
If you work in any other organisation: Go OPPORTUNITIES -> Field of opportunity SCHOOL EDUCATION -> Key Actions ADULT EDUCATION STAFF MOBILITY (KA104)

You will see an online application form. See our sample application. You can copy some answers or use it for inspiration.

Deadline. Applications must be submitted to your National Agency by no later than Noon, Brussels time on February 5, 2020.
USEFUL RESOURCES
Sample Application (based on online application). You can copy some answers or use it for inspiration. Click here to download.

Erasmus Plus Guide 2020. Click here to download.
Refer to Staff Mobility (Key Action 1), pp.63 - 70 and to Part C - Information for Applicants, pp. 251 - 270.

Quick Guide for Schools Erasmus Plus.
Click here to download.
A practical guide for School Leaders.

Your National Agency is your best friend when filling in the application. It provides consultations, organises webinars and meetings and has all the necessary information for you to submit a successful application.

You can find contacts of your National Agency here
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