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Training Course: Go Green for your Community!

Dates: 3-5 April 2020

Venue: United Kingdom

Eligible are 50 participants coming from: Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

Application deadline: 31st January 2020

A funded 2-day training for 18-30 year old’s to grow your greener community idea! Are you aged between 18-30?

General Description

Do you have an idea of a way to make your community more environmentally friendly?
Could you gather yourself and four other friends to bring about positive change in your local area?

If so, then you have come to the right place!

Go Green for your Community aims at bringing together young people who are passionate about the environment and supporting their local community. We hope to provide learning, time and space for you to find out more about how to apply for funding to carry out a Solidarity Project in your local community.

Places, accommodation, travel and food are funded but limited so register your interest in a place today!

This 2 day activity will allow you to discover:

  •  How to develop your environmental project and apply for funding
  • A chance to network and meet other young people who are also looking to submit a community project
  • Personal development and learning through your project

Please ensure you have considered an idea of a potential community project you and your friends would be looking to carry out, before applying to attend. We will require you to briefly outline your project idea during registration.

Who should attend?

Young people aged between 18-30 who are able to bring along at least 2 other friends (as a minimum) who are looking to put together a community project with a focus on tackling environmental issues. Please note, we will need you and your friends to register individually in order to attend this activity.

This is a national activity open only to residents of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland.

Where is it taking place?

United Kingdom – exact location to be confirmed. Accommodation will be provided for stay on Friday 5th and Saturday 6th January 2020.

When is it taking place?

Friday 5th April (arrival in the evening) – Sunday 7th April (early afternoon finish). Exact timings will be communicated following the registration closing date.

Costs

 

This project is financed by the European Solidarity Corps Programme.

Accommodation and food

Accommodation and food during the activity will be arranged for you by the UK National Agency for the duration of the activity

Travel reimbursement

You will be required to book your travel to and from the activity.

Travel costs to attend the activity will be reimbursed following full attendance at the activity and provided all costs are in line with the conditions outlined in the ESC Expenses Factsheet.

The ESC Expenses Factsheet will be provided to all participants selected to attend this activity.

Participation fee

None.

Application

 

Organiser:

UK National Agency

Phone: N/A

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

Annum

E-Mail: erasmusplustca@ecorys.com

 

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European Solidarity Corps: Life Sharing Project

Dates: 24 February – 24 July 2020 (6 months volunteering project)

Venue: Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

Eligible is 1 participant coming from: Greece

Application deadline: 18th December 2019

ATTENTION: Last call for volunteers!

European Solidarity Corps provides to young volunteers a unique opportunity to live in a foreign country and collaborate with a fair cause, a personal and professional growth experience free of charge.

Description

The volunteer will spend 6 months at Camphill Community, located at the suburbs of Belfast and will work as a volunteer to promote rehabilitation and reintegration of people with fewer opportunities.

Volunteering has always been a fundamental aspect of what is provided at Glencraig. Each year 20 – 40 international volunteers would come and stay for at least a year at Glencraig. Most of these volunteers came from mainland Europe but some came from other Continents, Ireland and other parts of the UK.

In recent years there has been a decline in the number of volunteers coming to Glencraig because of this we set up a pilot project for three Erasmus+ volunteers who arrived in November 2018 and will stay for 1 year.

In order to expand on the pilot project, the Glencraig Life Sharing Project (GLSP) has been set up this will be an inclusive project where volunteers will live and work together with people who have a learning disability. The project will also be open to people with special needs and fewer opportunities.

  • Five days a week the volunteer will support people with a learning disability in one of the houses at Glencraig.
  • The volunteer will also be able to support people with a learning disability in the following inclusive settings: Farm, Garden, Estate, Laundry and Craft workshop.

The volunteer will be involved in volunteering activities for approximately 37.5 hours per week, either in the morning from 7am to 2.30pm or the afternoon/evening from 2pm to 9.30pm.

The volunteer will have two consecutive days off per week and 2.5 days holiday per month spread over the duration of the placement.

The volunteer will be able to access excellent public transport links to the nearby towns of Bangor, Holywood and Belfast. There are ESC volunteers in Belfast and Bangor, Glencraig will encourage volunteers participating in our project to link in with them during their stay. During the longer holiday periods volunteers can use the time to explore the lovely locations on the island of Ireland. Personal protective equipment will be provided but volunteers should bring adequate clothing for all weather conditions.

There will also be the opportunity for the volunteer to participate in the following social and cultural activities:

• Social and cultural activities organised in Glencraig and in the local area
• Participate in cultural projects such as plays, musical performances and activities
• Outdoor adventure, physical exercise and sporting activities
• Take part in activities that raise awareness of the importance of biodiversity, nature protection and the problems associated with climate change

Volunteer profile
The volunteer must be between 18 – 30 years of age at the start of the placement and have an interest in the following:

• Promote and develop inclusion for people with special needs and fewer opportunities
• Willing to engage with people who have a learning disability
• Enthusiastic to work in an environment with people from a diverse range of backgrounds and a wide range of abilities
• Undertake physical work that may be outdoors in a variety of weather conditions
• Willing to engage in social and cultural activities outside of his/her primary volunteering activities
• It helps if the volunteer has a basic foundation in the English language and is willing to develop his/her skills in this language

The volunteer should have an interest in the following ESC topics:

• Health and wellbeing
• Environment and natural protection
• Creativity and Culture

The volunteer will have the possibility to develop his/her knowledge and experience in the following ESC areas:

• Working with disabled people
• Working with children / young people
• Healthcare
• Environment and natural protection
• Arts / music

The volunteer should be interested in developing the following qualities in themselves and others:

• Friendly, approachable and develop positive social relationships with others.
• Patient, supportive, respectful and be able to care for yourself and others.
• Inter cultural learning, the ability to communicate in different languages and by using other communication techniques e.g. Makaton.
• Creativity, with ability to think on your feet and adapt to the environment to provide enriching positive experiences for yourself and others.
• Skills and competence that will support your continual professional and personal development.
• Responsible, positive, enthusiastic attitude, increased understanding and awareness of yourself and others.

Costs

 

This project is financed by the European Solidarity Corps Programme.

– Being selected for this course, accommodation and lodging (breakfast-lunch and dinner) will be 100% covered by the host organisation. 100% for travel cost (maximum amount see down).

–  Provided health insurance.

  • Food and accommodation is FREE
  • Everything is FREE OF CHARGE for the volunteer!

– Transport: 100% covered by the Erasmus+ program, within following limits:

Greece: 360 Euro/participant. Participants who will exceed this travel cost, will be charged the additional cost

  • Monthly allowance: 220 euro for the volunteer (pocket money+food allowance)

Application

 

Organizer:

YiA 18, in partnership with Association Camphill Community Glencraig – Youth NGO

www.YiA18.org

Youth in Advance 18

Phone:+30 693

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

YiA 18

E-Mail: yia18plus@gmail.com

Working language: English (basic knowledge)

Profile of participants: Motivated young people (18-30 years old), residents of Greece.

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European Solidarity Corps: Life Sharing Project

Dates: 24 February – 24 July 2020 (6 months volunteering project)

Venue: Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

Eligible are 1 or 2 participant(s) coming from: Greece

Application deadline: 18th December 2019

ATTENTION: Last call for volunteers!

European Solidarity Corps provides to young volunteers a unique opportunity to live in a foreign country and collaborate with a fair cause, a personal and professional growth experience free of charge.

Description

The volunteer will spend 6 months at Camphill Community, located at the suburbs of Belfast and will work as a volunteer to promote rehabilitation and reintegration of people with fewer opportunities.

Volunteering has always been a fundamental aspect of what is provided at Glencraig. Each year 20 – 40 international volunteers would come and stay for at least a year at Glencraig. Most of these volunteers came from mainland Europe but some came from other Continents, Ireland and other parts of the UK.

In recent years there has been a decline in the number of volunteers coming to Glencraig because of this we set up a pilot project for three Erasmus+ volunteers who arrived in November 2018 and will stay for 1 year.

In order to expand on the pilot project, the Glencraig Life Sharing Project (GLSP) has been set up this will be an inclusive project where volunteers will live and work together with people who have a learning disability. The project will also be open to people with special needs and fewer opportunities.

  • Five days a week the volunteer will support people with a learning disability in one of the houses at Glencraig.
  • The volunteer will also be able to support people with a learning disability in the following inclusive settings: Farm, Garden, Estate, Laundry and Craft workshop.

The volunteer will be involved in volunteering activities for approximately 37.5 hours per week, either in the morning from 7am to 2.30pm or the afternoon/evening from 2pm to 9.30pm.

The volunteer will have two consecutive days off per week and 2.5 days holiday per month spread over the duration of the placement.

The volunteer will be able to access excellent public transport links to the nearby towns of Bangor, Holywood and Belfast. There are ESC volunteers in Belfast and Bangor, Glencraig will encourage volunteers participating in our project to link in with them during their stay. During the longer holiday periods volunteers can use the time to explore the lovely locations on the island of Ireland. Personal protective equipment will be provided but volunteers should bring adequate clothing for all weather conditions.

There will also be the opportunity for the volunteer to participate in the following social and cultural activities:

• Social and cultural activities organised in Glencraig and in the local area
• Participate in cultural projects such as plays, musical performances and activities
• Outdoor adventure, physical exercise and sporting activities
• Take part in activities that raise awareness of the importance of biodiversity, nature protection and the problems associated with climate change

Volunteer profile
The volunteer must be between 18 – 30 years of age at the start of the placement and have an interest in the following:

• Promote and develop inclusion for people with special needs and fewer opportunities
• Willing to engage with people who have a learning disability
• Enthusiastic to work in an environment with people from a diverse range of backgrounds and a wide range of abilities
• Undertake physical work that may be outdoors in a variety of weather conditions
• Willing to engage in social and cultural activities outside of his/her primary volunteering activities
• It helps if the volunteer has a basic foundation in the English language and is willing to develop his/her skills in this language

The volunteer should have an interest in the following ESC topics:

• Health and wellbeing
• Environment and natural protection
• Creativity and Culture

The volunteer will have the possibility to develop his/her knowledge and experience in the following ESC areas:

• Working with disabled people
• Working with children / young people
• Healthcare
• Environment and natural protection
• Arts / music

The volunteer should be interested in developing the following qualities in themselves and others:

• Friendly, approachable and develop positive social relationships with others.
• Patient, supportive, respectful and be able to care for yourself and others.
• Inter cultural learning, the ability to communicate in different languages and by using other communication techniques e.g. Makaton.
• Creativity, with ability to think on your feet and adapt to the environment to provide enriching positive experiences for yourself and others.
• Skills and competence that will support your continual professional and personal development.
• Responsible, positive, enthusiastic attitude, increased understanding and awareness of yourself and others.

Costs

 

This project is financed by the European Solidarity Corps Programme.

– Being selected for this course, accommodation and lodging (breakfast-lunch and dinner) will be 100% covered by the host organisation. 100% for travel cost (maximum amount see down).

–  Provided health insurance.

  • Food and accommodation is FREE
  • Everything is FREE OF CHARGE for the volunteer!

– Transport: 100% covered by the Erasmus+ program, within following limits:

Greece: 360 Euro/participant. Participants who will exceed this travel cost, will be charged the additional cost

  • Monthly allowance: 220 euro for the volunteer (pocket money+food allowance)

Application

 

Organizer:

YiA 18, in partnership with Association Camphill Community Glencraig – Youth NGO

www.YiA18.org

Youth in Advance 18

Phone:+30 693

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

YiA 18

E-Mail: yia18plus@gmail.com

Working language: English (basic knowledge)

Profile of participants: Motivated young people (18-30 years old), residents of Greece.

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Training Course: Storytelling for Global Change

Dates: 11-19 February 2020

Venue: Newbold House, United Kingdom

Eligible are 30 participants coming from: Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom

Application deadline: 25th November 2019

Do you want to explore Storytelling as a tool of promoting democratic values, inclusion & critical thinking of young people? Are you interested in Global Education? Do you want to work on Media literacy of young people? 

General Description

“Storytelling for Global Change” is a training course that combines stories, media, global education and active citizenship to empower trainers, educators, youth workers and give them better tools to do their work in these fast changing times. It will take place in a beautiful venue, about 1 hour from Inverness.

Main Elements 

In the “Storytelling for Global Change” training course we combine 3 main elements:

  • Storytelling with focus on spreading positive messages (especially about inclusion groups and marginalised people)
  • Media literacy, deconstructing toxic narrative, anti-hate speech etc.
  • Global Education with focus on understanding the recent refugee crisis, it’s background, environmental and political reasons, and possible solutions

How will we work?

The programme will include many different activities, theory and practice of different forms of storytelling (from theatre to writing, presentation skills, social media), plus reflection, discussions, open workshops to encourage critical thinking and personal contributions. Diving deeper into storytelling, we will learn about story structures, relatable and powerful characters, how to create a compelling narrative.

A strong focus will be put on how to pass the results of the course to the organisations and the beneficiaries back home. The dissemination of results, being this a training course on media awareness and use, will have a central role and we will produce infographics and reports easy to share and with a high visibility.

Some of the competences that will be developed during the course will be: storytelling; effective communication; awareness about the relations between ecology, economics, technology, media & democracy; active citizenship; better understanding of global issues around education and democracy.

What are the Objectives?

– to inform and reflect on current trends in Media (including fake news) and how to be critical users and creators of content – contrasting the spreading of violence, extremism and hate speech;
– to explore the use of Storytelling in youth work, education and for creation of positive media image of diversity groups
– to introduce current concepts of Global Education, learn more about poverty, inequality and climate change, to challenge some of the complex development issues that face local and global communities
– to establish Partnerships between organisations working with diversity, storytelling and global education and exchange good practices

Who is the Trainer team?

Bára Rodi: Czechia

Carmine Rodi Falanga: Italy/ Czechia

Paul Crewe: Ireland

Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

Accommodation and food

The project has been part-financed by the Erasmus+ programme. The costs related to accommodation and food will be fully covered by the hosting organisation.

Accommodation will be provided in shared rooms of 2-6 people. Meals will provided 3 x daily. All meals will be vegetarian.

The venue for this project is Newbold House in Forres, North-East Scotland.

Travel reimbursement

Travel costs will be covered according to the Erasmus+ standards up to these amounts:

  • Ireland & UK: 180 €
  • Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia, Spain: 275 €
  • Greece, Italy & Portugal: 360 €
  • Turkey: 530 €

The reimbursement will be done via bank transfer after the training course.
Visa costs for participants from Turkey will be covered up to 200 €

Participation fee

For this training there will be a participation fee which will need to be paid upon selection, to secure your place on the training course.
The fee is according to the possibilities of each participant, on a sliding scale between €60 and €120.

Please take into account your personal circumstances, and also the difference in costs and standards across Europe with your fee. If you need support with this please do contact your sending organisation or us as we do not wish this charge to be a barrier to your attendance.
The Erasmus+ grant does not cover all the costs of the project.

Application

 

Organiser:

Coyote Initiatives – Youth NGO

Phone: +447814771201

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloadsInfoPack Storytelling for Global Change.pdf

Contact for questions:

Steven Gasgarth

E-Mail: coyote.initiatives@gmail.com

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Seminar: Going International with Young People from Diverse Cultural Backgrounds

Dates: 16-20 March 2020

Venue: Brussels, Belgium – FL

Eligible are 24 participants coming from: Belgium – FL, Belgium – FR, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, Portugal

Application deadline: 20th December 2019

This seminar brings together 24 youth workers to share knowledge, expertise and experience in working directly with young people from diverse cultural backgrounds and support them in using European Solidarity Corps and Erasmus+ Youth Programme as a tool.

General Description

European Solidarity Corps and Erasmus+ Youth Programme offers youngsters with diverse cultural backgrounds inspiring and empowering learning experiences within an international context.

International youth projects broaden young people’s horizons. It creates the opportunity to get youngsters out of their daily context to explore new realities. They get to know Europe better, but also themselves. During this seminar we will explore how you can use European Solidarity Corps and Erasmus+ as a tool to empower youngsters with diverse cultural backgrounds.

The seminar is a co-operation between the National Agencies of Belgium-FL, Belgium-FR, the Netherlands, Germany, Portugal and Ireland. For each country we are looking for 4 youth workers.

We are looking for you if you:

  • work directly at local level (as a professional or volunteer) with young people from diverse cultural backgrounds (e.g. community based self-organisations, grass root youth organisations working with minorities).
  • want to share your experience and expertise at grassroots level with young people and eager to learn from other youth workers.
  • are interested in developing international projects for and with your young people. Previous experience with projects within the European Solidarity Corps and Erasmus+ Youth Programme is not necessary at all.
  • During the seminar the resources in the group will be actively used and peer learning is an essential pillar.

The programme flow will consist of:

  • teambuilding to get to know each other and build trust within the group
  • exploring each organisational context linked to national realities
  • reflecting on the added value of participating in international youth projects for youngsters with diverse cultural backgrounds
  • field visits to youth organizations to explore local reality in Brussels
  • co-facilitated open space where participants can bring in own topics for exchange and discussion
  • introduction to the European Solidarity Corps and Erasmus+ Youth Programme and support project development between participants
  • reflection to support the learning process

The programme starts on Monday 16 March 2020 from lunch on and ends on Friday 20 March 2020 after lunch.

Do you want to know more?

You can consult the draft programme in the attachment.

Get inspired! In this short movie youth workers participating in previous editions of this seminar, share the added value of international projects for their young people:

Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

Accommodation and food

Being selected for this course, all costs (accommodation, travel, etc.) relevant to participation in the course will be covered by the NAs or SALTO Resource Centre involved in this project.

Travel reimbursement

Your sending National Agency or Regional SALTO Resource Centre will support your travel costs. After being selected, please contact your NA/SALTO RC to learn more about how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses.

Participation fee

The participation fee varies from country to country. Please contact your NA to learn more about the participation fee for participants from your country.

Application

 

Organiser:

JINT, NA Belgium-Flanders – National Agency

Phone: +32 2 209 07 20

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloadsDraft Programme Going International.pdf

Contact for questions:

Inez Adriaensen

E-Mail: inez.adriaensen@jint.be

Before applying please contact the NA of your residence country to check if it is involved in this concrete project and committed to cover travel costs. NB! Learn about possible participation fee and other relevant rules.

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PBA: Take Your Partner by the Hand- PBA for European Solidarity Corps

Dates: 14-17 January 2020

Venue: Dublin, Ireland

Eligible are 25 participants coming from: Austria, Belgium – FL, Belgium – FR, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of North Macedonia, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom

Application deadline: 22th November 2019

This Contact Making Seminar aims to build solidarity and inclusion in the European Solidarity Corps.

General Description

The goal of this PBA is to support organisations in their work with young people with fewer opportunities and help them understand how short-term volunteering opportunities and Solidarity Projects can be used to challenge perspectives on inclusion, personal development, resilience and confidence building.

Aim:

This contact making seminar aims to bring together inclusion organisations, or organisations working with young people with fewer opportunities to build and work together through short-term volunteering projects. The seminar will support you in developing project ideas as well as provide practical tools to support your practice when working with young people.

The objectives of the seminar include:

  • Are to understand the needs of young people with fewer opportunities.
  • To develop practical tools and skills to support organisation and young people in participating in ESC.
  • To explore organisational values and how it connects to ESC in particular inclusion.
  • To build partnership amongst participant and support in project development.
  • To provide examples of best practice in both sending and hosting young people with fewer opportunity. The seminar will highlight the benefits and challenges faced by both hosting and
  • sending organisations.

Target Group:

Organisations who need further support to develop quality ESC projects with young people with fewer opportunities, including organisations who are new to ESC Programme.

Arrival and Departure:

Arrival will be the evening of 14th Janurary and departure will be at lunch time of the 17th

Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme..

Accommodation and food

Being selected for this course, all costs (accommodation, travel, etc.) relevant to participation in the course will be covered by the NAs or SALTO Resource Centre involved in this project.

Travel reimbursement

Your sending National Agency or Regional SALTO Resource Centre will support your travel costs. After being selected, please contact your NA/SALTO RC to learn more about how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses.

Participation fee

The participation fee varies from country to country. Please contact your NA to learn more about the participation fee for participants from your country.

Application

 

Leargas – National Agency

Contact for questions:

Carmel Walsh

Phone: +35318871202

For additional information please: Download the Application form

E-Mail: cwalsh@leargas.ie

Before applying please contact the NA of your residence country to check if it is involved in this concrete project and committed to cover travel costs. NB! Learn about possible participation fee and other relevant rules.

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ETS training course COMETS: Designing Educational Programmes

Dates: 16-22 February 2020

Venue: Dunboyne, Ireland

Eligible are 24 participants coming from: Austria, Belgium – FL, Belgium – FR, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of North Macedonia, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Russian Federation, Eastern Partnership countries, Western Balkan countries

Application deadline: 18th October 2019

COMETS is a one-week course that supports advanced trainers to explore a certain competence area defined by the ETS Competence Model for Trainers. This edition focuses on ‘Designing Educational Programmes’.

General Description

Aim:

To explore and reflect on one’s practice when designing educational programmes.

Intentions:

  • To raise awareness on your personal and professional patterns when designing educational programme.
  • To reflect educational programmes design concepts from different perspectives

  • To understanding the complexities of designing educational programmes
  • To explore ways to stimulate, support and empower groups through inspiring educational programmes
  • To explore the roles and responsibilities of trainers regarding the impact of educational programme.
  • To explore how the design of educational programmes is influenced by the principles and values of Non Formal Learning.

The competences that this COMETS tackles are:

  • Choose and designing appropriate methods for collection, interpreting and disseminating information
  • Developing an educational approach based on the principles and values of non-formal learning
  • Designing an evaluation process and impact assessment
  • Integrating ICT, e-learning and other tools and methods into the educational activity
  • Transferring knowledge or values related to the activity to learners
  • Integration learners’ socio-political backgrounds into the education programme

Target Group:

COMETS is a training for trainers format which provides trainers, advanced in the implementation of international trainings for youth workers, with opportunities to come together to reflect upon, discuss and develop further on different competence areas of the ETS competence model.

In the context of COMETS, ‘advanced’ means that trainers-learners have the capacity to direct their own learning and in particular, the ability to self-assess their own competences and review their own training practice.

About COMETS:

COMETS is part of the NA Strategic Partnership supporting competence development of trainers and herewith the quality of the training courses for youth workers implemented by these trainers.

Further reading is available about

Arrivals and departures:

Please note that arrivals are foreseen by the 16th evening (by dinner time which is at 19:30) and departures are foreseen on the 22nd morning.

Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme..

Accommodation and food

Being selected for this course, all costs (accommodation, travel, etc.) relevant to participation in the course will be covered by the NAs or SALTO Resource Centre involved in this project.

Travel reimbursement

Your sending National Agency or Regional SALTO Resource Centre will support your travel costs. After being selected, please contact your NA/SALTO RC to learn more about how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses.

Participation fee

The participation fee varies from country to country. Please contact your NA to learn more about the participation fee for participants from your country.

Application

 

Organiser:

Leargas – National Agency

Co-organiser:

  • SALTO Training and Cooperation Resource Centre

Phone: +35318771202

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloadsInfoPack COMETS.pdf

Contact for questions:

Carmel Walsh

E-Mail: cwalsh@leargas.ie

Before applying please contact the NA of your residence country to check if it is involved in this concrete project and committed to cover travel costs. NB! Learn about possible participation fee and other relevant rules.