What is it?
Under Erasmus+, professionals involved in pre-primary, primary, or secondary school education interested in furthering their professional development can take part in a variety of exciting opportunities to broaden their knowledge and skills, including learning new languages or gaining proficiency in areas of IT.
These skills often provide a broader perspective on education, as well as ensuring the exchange of knowledge and best practices in education.
What does it involve?
Erasmus+ enables participants to further their professional development in another country. This includes:
- Participation in structured courses or training abroad;
- Job-shadowing or observation periods at a school or other relevant organisation abroad;
- Teaching assignments at a partner school.
These activities can last from 2 days to 2 months, or even up to a year in some cases.
Who can take part?
Any teachers, school leaders, librarians and other staff from pre-primary, primary and secondary education institutions in programme countries can take part.
How to apply?
Further information, including how to apply, can be obtained from the National Agency websites.