Erasmus+ offers the opportunity for adult education organisations to send or receive adult education staff for teaching assignments, as well as to give or receive training.
Organisations wanting to take part in these opportunities can either apply as an individual organisation, or as part of a "national mobility consortium"; a group of adult education organisations managed by a single coordinating organisation.
These organisations fall into one of three main categories:
Receiving organisations must be course providers if staff are to receive structured courses or participate in a training event. In other cases, the receiving organisation can be any relevant organisation active in the field, but must outline the objectives and activities in advance, as well as the rights and obligations of all parties.
Organisations applying as a consortium must all be based in the same country, and must all be identified at the application. All participating organisations must be based in a Programme Country.
The application process is managed by the National Agency of where the applicant organisation or consortium is based. An organisation or consortium can only apply once per round of selections, although organisations can take part in or coordinate several different consortia.
The Erasmus+ Programme Guide is the main source of information for these opportunities; detailed information on the award criteria, eligibility criteria, and funding rules can be found in Section B.