Erasmus+ KA3: Support for policy reform - Forward-Looking Cooperation Projects 2017
Launched by the European Commission, the call invites the submission of forward-looking cooperation projects (FLCPs), transnational cooperation projects aiming to identify, test, develop or assess innovative policy approaches that have the potential of becoming mainstreamed and giving input for improving education and training systems.
The specific objectives of this call are:
- to kick-start longer-term changes and field-test innovative solutions to challenges in the education and training fields which have the potential of becoming mainstreamed and to generate a sustainable and systemic impact on education and training systems,
- to support transnational cooperation and mutual learning on forward-looking issues among key stakeholders,
- to facilitate the collection and analysis of evidence to substantiate innovative policies and practices.
Proposals submitted under the present call must address one of the five priorities listed below:
- acquisition of basic skills by low-skilled adults,
- promoting performance-based approaches in VET,
- promoting innovative technology in the field of providing career guidance,
- professionalisation of staff (school education, including early childhood education and care),
- achieving the aims of the renewed EU strategy for higher education.
Public and private organisations active in the field of education and training or other sectors such as non-formal learning, including youth, other socio-economic sectors and/or organisations carrying out cross-sectoral activities from EU Member States, EFTA/EEA countries Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and candidate countries Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Turkey.
The minimum partnership composition requirement for this call is three organisations representing three programme countries.
Activities must start on 1st November 2017, 1st December 2017 or 1st January 2018.
The project duration must be between 24 and 36 months.
Deadline: 14 March 2017, 12:00 (noon, CET).
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