• Introduction
  • How to participate?
  • How much it costs?
  • KA1 Application
  • Detailed procedure
  • 7 Steps to Grant
  • Questions?

Introduction

Erasmus+ is the EU Programme in the fields of education, training, youth and sport for the period 2014-2020. The Erasmus+ Programme is designed to support Programme Countries' efforts to efficiently use the potential of Europe’s talent and social assets in a lifelong learning perspective, linking support to formal, non-formal and informal learning throughout the education, training and youth fields.
The Key Action 1 – Mobility of Individuals, is the action of the Erasmus+ Programme In order to achieve its general objectives. This Key Action supports mobility of learners and staff, including opportunities for school teachers to undertake a learning and/or professional experience in another country.
Such professional experience abroad can take the form of participation in structured courses or training events abroad, which are offered by the European Teachers Academy.

European Training Courses (KA1)

All professionals in education and training across Europe have the possibility to participate in European training courses. European training courses are composed of participants from many countries and, in addition to interesting content, they bring an inspiring European dimension to the training.
Your Erasmus+ National Agency requires course provider to become your project partner? no problem - use our Erasmus+ OID number: E10255949 and contact us for more details.
European Teachers Academy courses catalogue includes:
  • ICT in classroom
  • Intercultural learning
  • Sports in classroom
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Youth Participation
  • School exchange projects
Download Course Catalogue 2019/2020

How to participate?

In the European Erasmus+ Programme participation at training courses is called mobility - Key Action 1 (KA1). Individual teachers cannot apply directly for funding. Instead their schools/institutions/organisations have to write the grant proposals. Schools/institutions/organisations apply to their own National EU Agency for Erasmus+ funding in order to send staff to training courses.

Two options:

If your school/organization has already obtained a grant: check our training courses offer to see which training meets your professional development needs. Once having selected the course, please contact us to obtain all the details about the chosen course as well as about financial and organizational matters.
If your school/organization is planning to apply for a grant: you need to submit a project application to your National Agency. European Teachers Academy can guide you step by step through the whole process of application and can also assist you with project writing completely free of charge. Contact us for more information. We work both via email and Skype video conferences to prepare a successful application. Please note that there is just one deadline, beginning of February each year so don't miss it! If your organization didn't apply, you'll have to wait until next year for grant approval.
Erasmus+ OID number: E10255949. The European Teachers Academy is a training section and a highly specialised brand owned by the Krakowskie Forum Edukacji sp. z o.o., dedicated exclusively to the training of teachers, school headmasters and school administrators. For this reason, according to Polish tax regulations, registered under the Erasmus+ OID number: E10255949 is the company Krakowskie Forum Edukacji sp. z o.o., which also invoices for participation in the European Teachers Academy events.
European Teachers Academy courses catalogue includes:
  • ICT in classroom
  • Intercultural learning
  • Sports in classroom
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Youth Participation
  • School exchange projects
Download Course Catalogue 2019/2020

How much it costs?

A grant from EU Erasmus+ programme covers all the necessary costs for the participant. The course fee of all our trainings is 490 €. You will be able to cover this fee and all other costs with your Erasmus+ grant.
For every approved grant you'll receive the following amount:
  • Course fee: 490 € (70 € per day for 7 days). That includes tuition, training materials and VAT.
  • Organizational costs: Organizations receive 350 € for each participant that goes to mobility.
  • Individual support: up to 100 € per day. This amount covers cost of living (especially accommodation and meals). We are providing you with a good value accommodation and choice of local restaurants within or below the budget.
  • Travel expenses: depending on your country you will receive 180 - 360 € for travel expenses to our course locations. This is usually more than enough, if you consider main and alternative airports that you can reach with efficient shuttle transfer services.
  
European Teachers Academy courses catalogue includes:
  • ICT in classroom
  • Intercultural learning
  • Sports in classroom
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Youth Participation
  • School exchange projects
Download Course Catalogue 2019/2020

Erasmus+ Application Assistance

Are you interested in applying for an ERASMUS+ Mobility Project? Contact us and we will be happy to guide you through it! We are able to assist you step by step in completing each part of the application form.
If you do not find a course for your school in our offer, we can work in collaboration with you to design tailor-made courses to meet the professional needs of you and your colleagues. We provide courses covering all of the most up-to-date topics. Our trainers cover all the disciplines and are used to developing courses on demand.
Please note, if you are planning to apply for ERASMUS+ KA1, we recommend you getting in touch with us as soon as possible. Write to us today!
Filling the KA1 application form
Application form is by far the most important document you'll submit. We suggest you to start filling the missing data few days before deadline. You'll probably need some time to gather all the information and collect signatures.
Erasmus+ OID number: E10255949. Please note that the European Teachers Academy is a training section and a highly specialised brand owned by the Krakowskie Forum Edukacji sp. z o.o., dedicated exclusively to the training of teachers, school headmasters and school administrators. For this reason, according to Polish tax regulations, registered under the Erasmus+ OID number: E10255949 is the company Krakowskie Forum Edukacji sp. z o.o., which also invoices for participation in the European Teachers Academy events.
Download Course Catalogue 2019/2020

Detailed procedure

You received the grant but you haven't chosen your course provider?
No problem. Maybe you'll find the perfect course among those that we offer. Take some time and check if the course objectives meet the needs of your organization that were written in application form.
When you make up your decision, fill-up the data in pre-registration form. One of our colleagues will reply you shortly. Together we'll choose the right date for you.
We don’t have the grant yet. How can my school or organisation apply for EU grant?
If you don't have experience with EU proposals, applying for Erasmus grant can be a bit confusing. In reality it's not that hard! Here's what you have to do:

7 Steps To Grant

We don’t have the grant yet. How can my school or organisation apply for EU grant?
If you don't have experience with EU proposals, applying for Erasmus grant can be a bit confusing. In reality it's not that hard! Here's what you have to do:
Step 1: in order to apply for Erasmus+ grant you will need to prepare a European Development Plan (sometimes called a School Development Plan). It is a requirement if you are applying for Staff Mobility (Key Action 1) and is recommended for any school interested in long-term involvement in Erasmus+. The practical guide for school leaders explains it all! (download by clicking here).
Step 2: find an interesting course for you from selection of European Teachers Academy courses. You find information about the European Erasmus+ training courses organised by our Academy on this site. With pre-registration to one of our courses you'll prebook the place at us and prove established relationship with your national agency.
Step 3: download an application form from your National Agency website and prepare a proposal under the Key Action 1 (KA1), Learning Mobility of Individuals. Note that there is just one deadline each year so don't miss it! If your organization didn't apply, you'll have to wait until next year for grant approval.
Step 4: submit the application to your National agency. All the files are submitted online, so you'll need to scan documents.
Step 5: stick your fingers crossed and check webpage of your national agency for results. Majority of eligible countries publish results in late spring/early summer (May, June).
Step 6: when you receive positive feedback from your agency, please let us know so we can confirm your chosen date.
Step 7: after you receive a grant approval notice, you'll need to sign contract with your national agency. It takes around two months from grant approval to transfer of grants to your organisation.