Project Development Workshop 2018: Education Rethought. Make it happen!

00:00 - 00:00 Brussels

Do you have a great idea for an innovative European Project on new ways of educating? Whether it is in higher education, school or vocational education and training, adult education, youth or sport: get ready to set up your European project proposal and benefit from EU funding from the Erasmus+ programme.

Highlight November 22 and 23 in your agenda. The ReSET Task Force is delighted to invite you to the fourth edition of the Project Development Workshop (PDW), to take place in Brussels. The PDW is a unique occasion to convene with institutions, civil society organisations and providers active in the field of education and training, with the aim of building consortia for the next Erasmus+ call for applications.

The topic of this year’s PDW is Education Rethought. Make it happen! Let’s push the development of new ways of educating in all educational sectors and training. What education do we need? How should learning be organised? We want to revisit the purpose of education and the organisation of learning.

 Venue

VLEVA - Liaison Agency Flanders-Europe
Kortenberglaan / Avenue de Cortenbergh 71
1000 Brussels

This event is a co-organisation of EARLALL, Lifelong Learning Platform, the Liaison Agency Flanders-Europe (VLEVA), Central Denmark EU Office, South Denmark European Office, Région Hauts de France and West-Finland European Office.

             

First Phase: Submission of Project Ideas

Do you want to be a project leader? Please send us your project idea before August 20 through this link:

Registration of project ideas is now closed.

 Second Phase: Partner Search

11 organisations are looking for partners in their European consortium on skills to apply for the upcoming Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership and KA3 Policy Reform calls.

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 one of the following project ideas until 30 September 2018 (midnight). On 5 October 2018 you will know whether you were selected to participate in the project development workshop.

Overview of the 10 project ideas

AI4Education: Artificial Intelligence for Education – Thomas More University of Applied Sciences
 Increasing Young Learners’ Desire/Willingness to Learn New Things by Improving Their Innovative, Creative and Entrepreneurial Skills – Ministry of National Education
 Education as a solution – Developing a whole systems approach through locality – Scottish Wider Access Programme West SCIO. (SWAPWest)
 PLE-X-LLL: Creating a 21st century professional learning ecosystem for teachers – HOGENT University College Ghent
 Educating and training International Climate Ambassadors – Klimatorium, Lemvig Water and Wastewater
 Sustainability-driven entrepreneurship in VET – Seinäjoki Joint Municipal Authority for Education Sedu
 School inclusion : “Getting a sense of it” – EFFE
 STAY. Sustainable Training and Assessment for Young refugees and Youth workers – ARCI Liguria
 How teachers can design 21st century learning environments – Katholiek Onderwijs Vlaanderen
 Young entrepreneurs in Education 2.0 – Edu-preneur 2.0 – Public Institution for the Regional Development of the Varazdin County

Apply as a partner by 30 September 2018 (midnight)

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 project proposals per person 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.

Important notes:

 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.


*Please note that this workshop is a partnering event. The organisation can not guarantee that your project idea will be selected for EU-funding.