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Quality Matters: A cross sectoral approach to mobility projects within Erasmus+

The training activity took place
in Konstancin-Jeziorna near Warszawa, Poland
organised by Polish National Agency of Erasmus+ Programme
4-7 May 2016

Aims & objectives

For detailed description see the SALTO training overview:

The main objective of the Seminar was to create space for sharing knowledge, experience and best practice with regards to supporting and preparing participants for their transnational mobility experience in SECTORS of ERASMUS+ (AE, SE, VET, Youth & HE).

Delivering high quality mobility is a key driver of the Erasmus+ programme and for those responsible for implementing KA1 mobility projects across Europe.

Based on the combined experience of the National Agency and feedback from beneficiaries, the two key areas in ensuring high quality mobility experience are preparation and evaluation. Ensuring participants receive an adequate level of cultural, sectoral, pedagogical and linguistic support in advance of their mobility will help to manage expectations as well as supporting them during their transnational experience.

With this in mind the main objective of the Quality Matters seminar was to create a space for sharing knowledge, experience and best practice when delivering these areas of mobility projects.

The seminar specifically focused on:
• cultural preparation
• transfer of experience and knowledge
• mobility as a learning procces

With the specific aims:
a. to identify what are the key factors for quality preparation and evaluation of the participant
b. to identify differences and similarities between sectoral approaches to mobility support
c. to transfer best practices and tools between sectors
d. to promote mobility as a learning process.

Target group & international/intercultural composition of the group & team

39 participants supporting mobility projects in differents sectors of Erasmus+ Programme took part in this seminar (Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Malta, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom).

The participants were meeting this criteria:
• People working directly with mobility participants in terms of providing pre- departure or post- placement support.
• People with experience of managing at least one realized mobility project

Seminar was open to all people supporting mobility in Erasmus + sectors (AE, SE, VET, HE and Youth) and working directly with the participants of mobility within sectors of Erasmus+.

Training methods used & main activities

Best practice sharing, inputs from the national agency officers, parallel workshops, Open Space, discussions, small group work.

Outcomes of the activity

Publishing a Good practice compilation on preparation and evaluation of Eramus+ mobilities.
Cross-sectorial sharing of knowledge.

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Full time trainer

I took part in preparation phase, designing the program and helping with promotion (designing the poster you can see on
During implementation I delivered many sessions, e.g. workshop on 'DEOR and Impact of international mobilities'.
After the seminar I compiled best practices of participants into a PDF booklet.

I worked on this training for 3 days as a full time trainer.

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