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OErasmus+ is the European programme that supports education, training, youth and sport. This programme gives more than four million Europeans the opportunity to study, train and gain experience abroad.
The Erasmus programme was created in 1987 as an exchange programme for higher education students. Today, the Erasmus+ programme offers a wide range of opportunities for higher education, vocational education and training, school education, adult education, youth and sport.
These opportunities are open to students, teachers and youth workers. The Erasmus+ programme has stronger links with the labour market than the programmes that preceded it, allowing students to do internship periods in companies or organisations abroad and, through non-formal learning experiences, prepare young people for the labour market and participation in civic life.
As an innovative, forward-looking and European training organisation, the school has been taking part in various Erasmus+ projects for several years, providing its students, teachers and staff with an international experience.
Erasmus+ is an open programme that allows all citizens to participate.
Erasmus + | CRDL
The ERASMUS+ Programme is the European Union's programme in the fields of education, training, youth and sport for the 2014-2020 period, promoting, among other actions, the opportunity for students, teachers, trainers and staff from educational institutions to take part in a learning and/or professional experience in another country.
KA1 - Individual Mobility
Individual mobility for learning purposes provides opportunities for individuals to improve their skills, increase their employability and gain cultural awareness.
Objectives of the Erasmus+ Education and Training Programme for Vocational Education and Training
Facilitate personal development, employability and the development and transfer of innovation.
Supporting those involved in vocational education and learning, in training and/or further training in the acquisition and use of knowledge, competences and qualifications in a work context.
Strengthen the attractiveness of vocational education and training in terms of the mobility of trainees and workers.
Increasing the adequacy of Vocational Education and Training (VET) to the labour market.
Increase skills matching and reduce labour shortages in economic sectors through timely adaptation of curricula and profiles of acquired qualifications and the establishment of stable partnerships between VET providers and economic actors, including social partners, development agencies, innovation system bodies and chambers of commerce.
Learning and development: a path to success in the labour market.