Call for participants – teaching or training assignments 29.03.2024-07.04.2024, Kocaeli, Turkey under project 2023-1-BG01-KA121-ADU-000114549 Erasmus +

Dear colleagues,
We would like to invite you to participate in teaching or training assignments „Methods for working with vulnerable groups – migrants and refugees“. in Kocaeli, Turkey, under the Erasmus+ project.
All of you experts and volunteers with expertise and experience on the topic are invited!
All participants will receive Europass certificates!
The mobility is free of charge, including travel and accommodation costs, as well as meals for participants! 14 teachers and experts will participate
The selection method for the mobility participants has been chosen, which will be by submitting a CV and an application, and in the second stage an interview with a committee.
The selection method was chosen for the participants in the mobility, as it will be :
– by submitting a CV and an application
-Minimum B1 English
-to be member or volunteer of AED
-to have high motivation

the second stage – an interview with a committee.
The selection of participants will continue until 17.02.2023.
This project is supported by the Erasmus+ Programme and AED is solely responsible for the content of this document, which can under no circumstances be regarded as reflecting the official opinion of the Union and the National Agency.
Erasmus+ supports teaching assignments abroad for professionals involved in adult education.
Through teaching abroad, you can gain a broader perspective on education, exchange knowledge with your colleagues in another country and pick up educational good practices.

These opportunities are available between formal and non formal adult educational centers based in Erasmus+ Programme countries.
A teaching or training assignment must last a minimum of two days and can last up to one year. This excludes traveling time.
For you to teach abroad with Erasmus+, your institution must apply to acquire an Erasmus accreditation in the field of adult education or to participate in a short-term mobility project. In both cases, organizations should adhere to a set of quality standards for mobility projects on good management practices, providing quality and support to participants, and sharing results and knowledge about the programme.
Before beginning your teaching period, you, your institution and the receiving organization sign a Mobility Agreement. This document sets out your learning goals, rights and responsibilities and also how the teaching period will be formally recognised.
Financial support
EU grants are paid to the coordinating organization (your organization or a consortium coordinator) and are designed to cover your costs for travel and subsistence during your time abroad, as well as offer organizational support to participating organizations. In addition, the Erasmus+ programme provides means to support the inclusion of participants with fewer opportunities.
How to apply
You cannot apply directly for a grant as an individual. Applications must be made by organizations (or consortium coordinators on behalf of schools) who in turn select candidates for teaching assignments abroad from their staff.
The selection of staff to teach abroad should be fair, inclusive, transparent and well documented.
Organizations can invite trainers, teachers, policy experts or other qualified professionals from abroad who can help improve the teaching, training and learning at the receiving organization. Organizations can also host teachers in training who want to spend a traineeship period abroad.

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.

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