Funding opportunities for Adult Education are targeted at all adult learners involved in adult education and staff working with adult learners aspiring to further develop their abilities, enrich their knowledge with the purpose to complete a level of formal education, or to acquire knowledge, basic skills and additional competencies. Adult Education shall be defined as Education for adult learners and staff working with adult learners aspiring to further develop their abilities, enrich their knowledge with the purpose to complete a level of formal education, or to acquire knowledge, basic skills and additional competencies. Eligible adult learners are low skilled individuals who did not go beyond MQF level 3 (i.e.: secondary level education). Furthermore, adult education funding also applies to low digitally skilled learners who do not possess a recent ECDL certification or equivalent reflecting updates in IT over the last 5 years.
Discover how organisations can benefit from Erasmus+ funding for staff professional development, or to send learners on mobility placements abroad or apply for partnerships for cooperations and work with organisations across Europe to develop ideas, network and produce tangible results like courses or tools.
Explore Training & Cooperation Activities (TCAs) taking place around Europe planned by National Agencies (NAs) to encourage collaboration and sharing of best practice within Erasmus+. They include a number of activities including Contact Seminars to find project partners and Thematic seminars addressing specific topics in education, training and youth work. Discover how EPALE, the hub for news, reports, events and discussion on Adult Learning across Europe can be of benefit to you. Review Resources available that will support you in exploring funding opportunities, including the Erasmus+ Programme Guide and other useful documents.