The new Erasmus+ 2021-2027 Programme provides an interesting opportunity for small schools: Accreditation.
The accreditation, as part of Key Action 1 of the Programme, allows you to receive, through a simplified procedure, EU funds to carry out international mobility of pupils (individual and group mobility at another school in Europe) and of staff (training courses, job-shadowing and teaching activities at another European school).
The webinar scheduled for Thursday 9 September (2:30 pm – 5:30 pm) aims to offer useful indications and information to small schools to become accredited as an institution and thus access the financing of mobility activities for the seven years of the European Programme, starting in 2021.
During the event, the experts of the Erasmus+ Indire Agency will provide information on how to submit the application for accreditation and the drafting of an Erasmus Plan that defines the long-term strategy for the development and growth of the school through the mobility activities.
In particular, they are going to indicate the procedure for:
- individual accreditation (relating only to your own institution)
- accreditation by Consortium (in this case, it will be possible to receive funding for the mobility of staff and pupils of your own institution and for those of other consortium schools).
2.30 pm – Opening and greetings
Sara Pagliai, Coordinator of the Erasmus+ Indire Agency
3.00 pm – Introduction to the new Erasmus+ Programme 2021-2027
Laura Nava, Head of the School Sector Unit, Indire Erasmus+ Agency
3.30 pm – What is Accreditation?
Rebecca Borgianni and Laura Natali, School Sector, Erasmus+ Indire Agency
4.15 pm – Virtual coffee break
4.30 pm – How to apply (OID and application form)
Chiara Borghi and Francesco Salvi, School Sector, Erasmus+ Indire Agency
5.00 pm – Q&A
5.30 pm – Conclusion of the webinar
The webinar can be followed on the Webex platform or live streaming on the Indire Yotube channel.