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Elektroniczna platforma na rzecz uczenia się dorosłych w Europie



Ready, Set, Make the change...European Solidarity Corps Open Online Course launch!

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We are excited to announce that we will soon be launching the first Open Online Course for the European Solidarity Corps in Europe!




This is a free online course which allows people interested in the European Solidarity Corps to learn about the programme opportunities in a flexible and inclusive way. A perfect opportunity for learning in between work or travels; the European Solidarity Corps Open Online Course will also allow learners to interact through discussion forums where questions and good practice ideas can be shared. The first phase of the course will feature three units; Essentials of European Solidarity Corps, How to prepare for a project (as an organisation or group) and how to apply for the Quality Label.


Launching this Friday 13th September at 12:00GMT, the course is now open for enrolment on the SALTO HOP Online Platform . Facilitation of the course will be until 27 September 2019  after this date the course videos will be available to view on the European Solidarity Corps UK YouTube channel.


The course is open to anyone interested in the European Solidarity Corps, so please do spread the word amongst organisations and stakeholders you are in touch with. Attached is also a promotional image that you are free to circulate to anyone that may benefit from taking part. There will also be an opportunity for anyone interested to ask questions tomorrow via Instagram Stories, the username to follow is eucorps_uk.


If you would like any more information or have any questions, please do get in touch with us at


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  • Christine Bertram's picture
    I think TCA is something different to the European Solidarity Corps... this is quite misleading...
  • ErasmusplusTCA_NET Team's picture
    Do you work for a private or public organisation active in the field of youth work, education and training? 

    Do you want to develop your organisation’s capacity and staff competences? 

    Are you interested in learning about best practice in other European countries, sharing knowledge and skills with experts and peers, training your staff and/or finding partners for your projects? 

     If so, then Erasmus+ TCA can help you!