Archive Grundtvig

Eligible participants

ADULT EDUCATION

Eligible participants:

 

  • Teachers (Pre-school, primary, secondary, vocational, adult, special needs)
  • Teacher trainers
  • Careers officers, educational guides and counselors
  • Inspectors
  • Head teachers/principals/managers of schools/organizations offering adult education
  • Other (Paid or voluntary) management staff in the institution/organization
  • Non-teaching administrative staff
  • Members of students/teachers councils in adult education

Institution type:

 

  • Adult education provider
  • Second chance or remedial education
  • Adult education for disabled persons
  • Higher education institution offering outreach courses for adults
  • Organizations working with migrant groups/ethnic minorities
  • Centers for guidance, counseling or accreditation
  • Other sectors of adult education

 

 

Grundtvig Courses

 

NL-2012-260-003                 THE LIFELONG LEARNING PROGRAMME 2007-2013. PROJECT MANAGEMENT

                

 

NL-2013-328-006                  INDOOR AND OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES FOR AN EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

 

 

NL-2013-326-003                  HOW TO IMPROVE THE TRAINING PROCESS IN A MODERN LIFELONG LEARNING EUROPE FOR A BETTER MOTIVATION FOR TRAINEES AND TRAINERS

   

NL-2013-330-004                    CLIMAT CHANGE AND HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION IN AN EUROPEAN INTERCULTURAL ENVIRONMENT

 

 

  

 

 

NL-2013-332-004                    LIFELONG LEARNING OUTDOOR AND INDOOR METHODS AND APROACHES THROUGH ART, MUSIC, THEATRE, SPORT AND ICT

 

 

 

How to apply in 10 steps

 

Step 1: Choose a Grundtvig course from the EU official catalog from the period eligible for the next deadline - Link

Step 2: Send a pre-registration form to the course organizer - Link

Step 3: The organizer will register you in its database and will send an invitation letter to you

Step 4: Download the application form for Grundtvig in-service training from your National Agency website link

Step 5: Fill in the application form for Grundtvig in-service training downloaded from your National Agency website with the main information regarding your background, the course topic, the course organizer link

Step 6: Submit the application form to your National Agency both on-line and in original (paper format) before the deadline. The paper format must be submitted in the same envelope with the invitation letter received from the course organizer. For submission specific details in your own country please contact your National Agency link
Step 7: The application form will be evaluated by external assessors appointed by  your National Agency and the results will be published on its website (and/or you will be notified by post/e-mail) in about 2 ½ months after the deadline

Step 8: You have to inform the course organizer about the decision of your National Agency:

  1. If your grant is approved, you have to send the final registration form  Link to the course organizer (the signature is requested) in original or scan copy
  2. if you are on the reserve list in one of the first positions, it is very probable that your request will be approved, depending on the cancelation of other courses for the approved participants
  3. if your application form is rejected, your NA will send you the reasons for the mentioned decision and/or the comments of the external assessors (you can use the comments for the improvement of your application form for the next round)

Step 9: You have to submit the course fee (in the amount written in the catalog) to the course organizer, by bank transfer

Step 10: The course organizer will send you all the necessary details regarding the international transportation, the accommodation, the subsistence, the course agenda, the materials that you must prepare for the course etc.