Erasmus+ is the EU Programme in the fields of education, training, youth
and sport for the period 2014-2020.
KEY ACTION 1
LEARNING MOBILITY OF INDIVIDUALS
Staff involved in education may be able to get Erasmus+ funding for any of NEOHEL seminars under:
Key Action 1: Mobility project for school education staff (primary or secondary education)
Key Action 1: Mobility project for Adult Education staff (adult education)
Key Action 1: Mobility project for University Education staff (university education)
Key Action 1: Mobility project for VET learners and staff (VET learning)
IF YOU ARE AN ORGANISATION you must apply on behalf of your employees in order for them to get ERASMUS+ funding.
IF YOU ARE AN INDIVIDUAL you need to inform your organisation that you are interested in one of our courses. It is your organisation that must apply on your behalf for ERASMUS+ funding.
We recommend that either organisations and/or individuals contact NEOHEL for further information and guidance. (email@example.com)
1. Identify a course
NEOHEL has several seminars on offer for the current and following years which are available under seminars. Also check https://www.schooleducationgateway.eu/en/pub/index.htm for the seminars of Neohel as they appear in School Education Gateway, the online platform of the European Commission for school education.
2. Read the Erasmus+ programme guide
To prepare your application, please read the Erasmus+ programme guide via the links mentioned just above, making a note of the award criteria at the end of each Mobility project.
Step 1: Register in the Participant Portal
Organisations that intend to participate in the Erasmus+ Programme must register and provide their basic legal and financial data in the Unique Registration Facility (URF) of the European Commission’s Participant Portal. To do so, the person representing the organisation (or even an informal group of young people) must follow the following steps:
Get a login and password for secure access to URF: register in the European Commission Authentication Service (ECAS) available at https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/cas/eim/external/register.cgi. A user manual explaining all necessary steps is available at http://eeas.europa.eu/media/subscribe/ecas-user-manual.pdf
Access the Participant Portal and register the organisation or group of young people. The detailed process and is available at http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/funding/reference_docs.html
Once the registration in the Participant Portal is completed, the organisation/group will obtain a nine-digit PIC number. The PIC is a unique identifier which enables the organisation/group to take advantage of some features of the electronic application forms and will serve as a reference for the National or Executive Agency in any further correspondence with the applicant/beneficiary.
Step 2: Check the Compliance with the Programme Criteria
When developing their project and before applying for EU support, participating organisations must verify that the project respects the following criteria: eligibility, exclusion, selection and award.
Step 3: Check the Financial Conditions
Step 4: Fill in and submit the application form
To request an EU grant under the Erasmus+ Programme, applicants must use the forms specific for each Action and available on the websites of the European Commission, of the National Agencies or of the Executive Agency.
3. Register your interest
Register your interest by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will then issue you with a pre-registration certificate to confirm your interest and we will inform you on the current deadlines.