EPALE is hosting this register as part of its support to organisations providing education and training to Ukrainian refugees fleeing the Russian aggression.
The register covers adult education, vocational education and training, as well as general education at pre-primary, primary and secondary level (including early childhood education and care).
What is the purpose of this register?
The purpose of the register is to connect:
- individuals (teachers, trainers and other education staff and experts) who are willing to spend time abroad to help with provision of education and training to Ukrainian refugees
- education and training organisations that are working with Ukrainian refugees and looking for persons with relevant skills to support them.
Why is this an ‘Erasmus+’ register?
The register is designed specifically to help organisations running Erasmus+ mobility projects. Its goal is to help organisations that wish to use their project funds to organise mobility activities for education staff and experts that want to work with Ukrainian refugees.
How does the register work?
Interested teachers, trainers and experts can make their availability known by registering their name and profile in the Erasmus+ register.
Education and training organisations can then search the list of registered individuals to find and contact a person with a profile they are looking for.
What kind of support is provided by Erasmus+ programme?
Erasmus+ can provide a grant through education and training organisations that are currently running an Erasmus+ project.
The funds can be provided:
- by the sending organisation (in form of a grant for ‘Teaching or training assignment’), or
- by the receiving organisation (in form of a grant for ‘Invited experts’).
In terms of geographical coverage, activities supported by Erasmus+ programme must take place within European Union member states and third countries fully associated to the Erasmus+ programme: Iceland, Liechtenstein, North Macedonia, Norway, Serbia, and Turkey.
Important: please note that registering here is not an application for an Erasmus+ grant. The purpose of the register is only to facilitate first contact between organisations and motivated individuals. If cooperation is agreed, an Erasmus+ grant can be provided by the sending or the receiving organisation within the standard rules governing the Erasmus+ programme. The European Commission is not able to provide a direct grant for a specific activity.
For more information about Erasmus+ and applicable rules, please contact the National Agency in your country. You may find the list of National Agencies and their contact information here.