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Erasmus+ Project Writing Training

Course Description

Erasmus+ is the European Union’s program to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe. It aims to provide opportunities for individuals and organizations to develop their skills, acquire new knowledge, and gain valuable international experiences. One of the ways that Erasmus+ supports this goal is through the funding of projects that promote cooperation and mobility among educators and students.

Erasmus+ Project Writing Training is a course that is designed to help educators learn how to write successful Erasmus+ projects. The training course will provide participants with the knowledge and skills needed to develop and submit a competitive Erasmus+ project proposal. It will also provide participants with an understanding of the Erasmus+ program and its funding opportunities, as well as the evaluation criteria used to assess project proposals.

The training course will be composed of interactive workshops, group discussions, and hands-on activities that will be designed to give participants the opportunity to learn by doing. The course will be led by experienced instructors who have a deep understanding of the Erasmus+ program and have successfully written and implemented Erasmus+ projects in the past.

The main goal of the Erasmus+ Project Writing Training is to empower educators to develop and submit competitive Erasmus+ project proposals that will be successful in securing funding and making a positive impact in the field of education. This training will be beneficial for educators, school leaders, and staff who are interested in participating in Erasmus+ projects, and want to learn more about the opportunities and requirements of the program.

Learning Outcomes

Successful graduates of the course will have the knowledge and skills to do the following:

  • Understand the goals, objectives, and funding opportunities of the Erasmus+ program and the key concepts and principles of project writing
  • Develop the ability to generate and evaluate project ideas, and to design and plan projects using relevant techniques and strategies
  • Develop the ability to write clear, compelling, and competitive project proposals that align with the Erasmus+ evaluation criteria
  • Develop the ability to create realistic and well-planned budgets and financial plans for projects
  • Develop the ability to implement and manage projects effectively, using relevant techniques and strategies
  • Develop the ability to evaluate and assess the impact of projects, using relevant techniques and strategies
  • Develop the ability to establish partnerships and build a strong project consortium
  • Develop the ability to create and implement effective communication and dissemination plans for projects
  • Develop the ability to identify and address sustainability and legacy issues in projects, and to develop plans for ensuring the long-term impact of projects
  • Develop an understanding of the importance of self-evaluation and reflection, and the ability to apply this understanding to their own projects

Course Details


Professionals in the education sector (e.g., teachers, guidance counselors, principals, and administrators at elementary, middle, higher education, vocational institutions, kindergartens and pre-primary schools) and non-governmental organization (NGO) staff.


Interactive Workshops: Participants will engage in interactive workshops that provide them with an in-depth understanding of the Erasmus+ program and its funding opportunities. The workshops will cover topics such as the different types of Erasmus+ projects, the evaluation criteria used to assess project proposals, and the steps involved in the application process.

Hands-on Activities: Participants will have the opportunity to apply their knowledge through hands-on activities that will help them to understand the concepts and strategies discussed in the workshops. These activities will be designed to be relevant to the participants’ own projects and will allow them to experiment with different project ideas and strategies.

Discussions: Participants will engage in discussions that will provide them with an opportunity to share their ideas, experiences, and best practices with their peers. Discussions will be moderated by experienced instructors who will provide guidance and support as needed.

Project Development: Participants will work in small teams to develop their own project proposal. They will receive feedback from the trainers and the peer groups, and will have the opportunity to revise and improve their proposal based on the feedback received.

Mentoring and Follow-up: Participants will receive mentoring and follow-up support to help them implement their projects. The mentoring will be provided through online platforms, webinars or phone calls and will be tailored to the specific needs of the participants.

Self-evaluation: Participants will be encouraged to evaluate the effectiveness of their projects through the use of self-evaluation tools and techniques. This will help participants to identify areas where they need further support and guidance.

The methodology could be adjusted depending on the specific need of the training course, the number of participants and the available resources. The main goal is to provide educators with the knowledge and skills necessary to develop and submit a competitive Erasmus+ project proposal and successfully implement an Erasmus+ project.

Course Objectives

  • Enable participants to understand the objectives and opportunities of the Erasmus+ program.
  • Teach the process of Erasmus+ project writing and the stages of the application process.
  • Develop participants’ skills in project cycle management to successfully design their projects.
  • Teach project preparation steps, such as defining project objectives, planning activities, and creating budgets.
  • Explain partnership selection and collaboration development processes.
  • Understand and fulfill the requirements of the project application form and financial reporting.
  • Enable participants to effectively manage project budgets.
  • Explain project monitoring, evaluation, and reporting processes.
  • Improve participants’ project presentation and communication skills.
  • Evaluate and plan project impact and sustainability.
  • Develop teamwork and leadership skills for successful project implementation.
  • Enhance participants’ writing skills for Erasmus+ project proposals and ensure they are aware of resources and support systems for future projects.

Tentative Schedule


  • Introduction to the course
  • Ice-breaking activities
  • ECAS system / OID code? / ECAS system
  • Principles of Erasmus / target audience
  • Erasmus+ funding mechanisms
  • Project Management (project life cycle, environment of EU funded projects)


  • The structure and aim of the new Erasmus+ Programme for the educational field
  • Erasmus+ Accreditation and strategic partnerships
  • The top priorities of the new Programme
  • Award criteria (e.g., relevance of the project; quality of the project design and implementation; project team; impact and dissemination)
  • Purpose of KA122 SCH-ADU-VET -KA210 KA220 Projects and KA1-YOUTH
  • Who can apply? / Stages of KA1, KA2 Projects
  • What is the grant and how is it calculated?


  • Techniques for designing and planning a project
  • The European Development Plan (EDP)
  • Objectives and structure of the EDP
  • A SWOT analysis of your school
  • Hands-on activities to design and plan a project


  •  Tips and tricks for writing a proposal
  •  Techniques for writing a clear and compelling proposal
  •  Goals and objectives
  •  Results, outcomes, products, exploitation, and impact
  •  Hands-on activities to write a project proposal


  • Steps how to fill out an application form of Erasmus+ Projects
  • The subject of the project
  • Purpose and justification of the project
  • Target activity relationship
  • Schedule of project
  • Outputs of project
  • Essential recommendations for a clear writing style


  • The budget
  • Project-related management plans
  • Partner search and networking
  • Communication and dissemination
  • Sustainability of the project
  • Approved Sample projects and project writing


  • Course evaluation, feedback, discussion and wrap-up
  • Certificate ceremony
  • Cultural activities

*The schedule describes likely activities but may differ significantly based on the requests of the participants, and the trainer delivering the specific session. Course modifications are subject to the trainer’s discretion. If you would like to discuss a specific topic, please indicate it at least 4 weeks in advance.

Our courses usually include two cultural activities. Further information is available on the webpage of each course.

Duration 1 - 2 weeks
Price 80.00

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