SlideShare a Scribd company logo
1 of 64
Download to read offline
29 November 2021
Sassari, Italy
ADMINS
DEVELOPING SPORT
ADMINISTRATION
COMPETENCES
SPEAKER
International Projects Office - UCAM
Ramona M. Bucur
Delia Postiglione (online)
MODULE 4
The EU Projects
and Funding
Project nº 613261-EPP-1-2019-1-HR-SPO-SCP
CONTENT of the module
INTRO. Welcome to the Erasmus bubble:
About UCAM and OPRI
PART I. Getting familiar with the environment
Characteristics of Erasmus+ Programme
PART II. Learning how to apply
Main aspects of a project proposal preparation
➔ STEP 0: The project idea
➔ STEP 1: Identifying the call
➔ STEP 2: Building the consortium
➔ STEP 3: The application pack and the submission
➔ STEP 4: The implementation
PART III. Sharing knowledge
Example of good practice in Erasmus+ Sport
INTRO
Welcome to the Erasmus bubble:
About UCAM and OPRI
INTRO Welcome to the Erasmus bubble:
About UCAM and OPRI
18.858
STUDENTS
INTRO Welcome to the Erasmus bubble:
About UCAM and OPRI
INTRO Welcome to the Erasmus bubble:
About UCAM and OPRI
PART I
Getting familiar with the environment
Characteristics of Erasmus+
Programme
HISTORY OF THE ERASMUS+
European
Region
Action
Scheme
Mobility
University
Students
1987
Late ’60
Sofia Corradi
Educational Science
Professor
Erasmus of Rotterdam
Dutch philosopher
and humanist
PART I HISTORY OF THE ERASMUS+
11
Countries
1st
Edition
3000
participants
HISTORY OF THE ERASMUS+
2014-2020
Edition
Different beneficiaries:
❖ students
❖ staff
❖ trainees
❖ apprentices
❖ youth workers
❖ young people
BUDGET
18.2 billion euros
ACTIONS
Specific allocation for projects
in the
FIELD of SPORT
● Increase
participation
● Promote values and
education
● Fight discrimination
and violence
HISTORY OF THE ERASMUS+
2014-2020
Edition
ERASMUS
becomes +
LEVELS of EDUCATION
school, vocational, higher, and
adult education
Projects FIELDS
Education
Youth
Sport
PROGRAMMES
Leonardo
Mundus
Jean Monnet
HISTORY OF THE ERASMUS+
2014-2020
Edition
OBJECTIVES
and
ADVANTAGES
Skills and competencies
→ LABOUR
MARKET
Sense of belonging
→ PARTICIPATION
in CIVIC LIFE
PEOPLE
+
ORGANISATIONS
Boost cooperation
Drive innovation
Enhance quality
Improve policies
HISTORY OF THE ERASMUS+
2021-2027
Edition
26.2 billion euros
SOCIAL
INCLUSION
ECOLOGICAL
and DIGITAL
TRANSITION
PARTICIPATION in
DEMOCRATIC LIFE
ERASMUS+ KEY ELEMENTS
OBJECTIVES
GENERAL
SPECIFIC
Development of people
G
row
th
Quality jobs
Social cohesion
Innovation
Learning mobility
Non-formal learning
Informal learning
C
o
o
p
e
r
a
t
i
o
n
GENERAL
KEY CONCEPTS
ERASMUS+
Aimed at
Target
group
and
Beneficiaries
Series of
activities
- Objectives
- Timeframe
- Budget
(EU funds)
EUROPEAN
PROJECT
Life cycle
Management, monitoring,
financial arrangements
ERASMUS+
Invitation to
present a
project
within a
specific
DEADLINE
CALL for
PROPOSAL
EU Commission’s website
+
National Agencies’ website
!
- required
conditions
- specified
objectives
GENERAL
KEY CONCEPTS
ERASMUS+
EU Grant
may not
finance the
entire project
Co-financed by:
- beneficiary's
own resources;
- contributions
from third
parties; ...
CO-FINANCING
KEY
ACTIONS
KA2
Cooperation among
Organisations and
Institutions
KA3
Support to Policy
Development and
Cooperation
KA1
Learning Mobility of
Individuals
GENERAL
KEY CONCEPTS
ERASMUS+
Project COORDINATOR Project PARTNER
Acts as the intermediary for all
communications between the consortium
and the European Commission
Commits itself to effectively communicate
with the Project Coordinator and the rest of
the consortium
Submits the application and signs the
Grant Agreement on behalf of the partners
Authorises the Project Coordinator to
submit and sign project documents on its
behalf
Submits deliverables and reports periodically
to the European Commission
Submits deliverables and reports periodically
to the Project Coordinator
Monitors and controls the implementation of
the project
Implements the assigned tasks and reports
to the Project Coordinator
Manages financial resources,
including payments to partners
Provides the Project Coordinator with
financial reports
CONSORTIUM
GENERAL
KEY CONCEPTS
ERASMUS+
SPECIFIC
KEY CONCEPTS
TPM
WP PR
ME
Transnational
Project Meeting
● official meeting
● all the partners
● management and
financial issues
Multiplier
Event
To share results
with a large
audience
Work
Package
Building block of
the work structure
(“sub-project”)
Project
Results
Innovative outcomes
(publications, course
materials)
PART I THE ERASMUS+ PHILOSOPHY
INTERNATIONAL DIMENSION
➢ More resilient society
➢ Mutual trust
➢ Intercultural understanding
➢ EU as a global actor
MULTILINGUALISM
➔ United in diversity
➔ Equip people for labour market
➔ European Language Label
COMMUNICATION
To maximize impact of the
projects
OPEN ACCESS
Project outputs freely available
❖ NO costs, NO limitations
PROTECTION, HEALTH and
SAFETY
- people’s rights
- physical and emotional integrity
- mental health and wellbeing
RECOGNITION of SKILLS
and QUALIFICATIONS
Within and across national
borders
PART I
SOFT SKILLS and
KEY COMPETENCES
SOFT SKILLS
Non-technical talents or abilities
KEY COMPETENCES
Not only know notions but use the knowledge in a
flexible adaptive way
PART I PRIORITIES
INCLUSION and
DIVERSITY ENVIRONMENT
and CLIMATE
PARTICIPATION
in DEMOCRATIC
LIFE
DIGITAL
TRANSFORMATION
KEY ACTION
1
LEARNING MOBILITY of
INDIVIDUALS
Learning mobility
opportunities for:
❖ students
❖ staff
❖ trainees
❖ apprentices
❖ youth workers
❖ young people
IMPROVE
learning performance
foreign languages
digital competences
ENHANCE
employability
intercultural interaction
participation in society
INCREASE
sense of initiative
self-empowerment
self-esteem
KEY ACTION
2
COOPERATION
among ORGANISATIONS
and INSTITUTIONS
Addressed to organisations
and Institutions to
➢ Develop
➢ Transfer
➢ Implement
innovative practices at
regional, national or EU level
PARTNERSHIPS for
➢ COOPERATION
➢ EXCELLENCE
➢ INNOVATION
CAPACITY BUILDING
in the FIELD of YOUTH
NOT-FOR-PROFIT
EUROPEAN SPORT
EVENTS
KEY ACTION
3
SUPPORT to
POLICY DEVELOPMENT
and COOPERATION
Contribute to
the development
of new policies
in order to trigger
MODERNISATION
and
REFORM
In the field of
● education
● training
● youth
● sport
PRIORITIES
★ Increase participation
★ Promote values and
education
★ Fight discrimination
and violence
E+ SPORT ACTIONS in the
FIELD of SPORT
COOPERATION
PARTNERSHIPS
NOT-FOR-PROFIT
EU SPORT EVENTS
SMALL-SCALE
PARTNERSHIPS
PART I CRITERIA
ADMISSIBILITY
CRITERIA
➔ Meet the DEADLINE
➔ Use the forms
provided on the EACE, Erasmus+ or
National Agencies’ websites
➔ Present a readable and accessible
application
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
Type of organisations
Country
Number of partners
Duration of the project
Procedure to submit
PART I CRITERIA
SELECTION CRITERIA
To assess
the applicant’s capacity to
complete the proposed project
FINANCIAL and
OPERATIONAL
capacities
AWARD CRITERIA
To evaluate the quality of the proposal
❖ Relevance of the project (max 25p)
❖ Quality of the project and
implementation (max. 30p)
❖ Quality of the project team and
cooperation arrangements
(max. 25p)
❖ Impact and dissemination
(max. 20p)
PART II
LEARNING HOW TO APPLY
Main aspects of a project proposal
preparation
STEP 2 STEP 3 STEP 4
STEPS
HOW TO APPLY
STEP 1
STEP 0
STEP 2 STEP 3 STEP 4
STEPS
HOW TO APPLY
STEP 1
STEP 0
The project
IDEA
Conceptualisation
The project IDEA
STEP 0
Do we want to promote gender equality? Do we want to increase the
use of new technologies? Do we want to create specific educational
resources? Do we want to equip our staff with specific
competences? Do we want to favour a certain disadvantaged group?
Do we want to create new spaces for training or cooperation? Do we
want to promote interculturality? etc
IDEA
NEEDS
aspects/elements that need to be
modified or are not currently available
SWOT
analysis
PROJECT
PROPOSAL
HOW
WHY
WHAT
JOINT IDEAS
The project IDEA
STEP 0
JOINT elaboration of a project idea = common + highly recommended in EU projects
Evaluating
THE
IDEA
Is the idea viable? (current trends, similar initiatives, right time, technical feasibility)
Does the idea provide the greatest possible benefit? (target group, added value, differentiation)
DEVELOPED BY
Mine my technical team NOT RECOMMENDED
Mine a consortium HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
Someone else's him or his institution NOT RECOMMENDED
Someone else's a consortium HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
A consortium I subscribe without providing any input HARDLY RECOMMENDED
Mine, yours or our idea?
STEP 2 STEP 3 STEP 4
STEPS
HOW TO APPLY
STEP 1
STEP 0
The project
IDEA
Identifying
the call
Got a project idea to
implement with EU
funds?
E+ & ESC
Identifying the call
STEP 1
EACEA
WHERE TO SEARCH
EU LOGIN
Identifying the call
STEP 1
EU
LOGIN
Registration
CONFIRMATION
EMAIL
STEP 2 STEP 3 STEP 4
STEPS
HOW TO APPLY
STEP 1
STEP 0
The project
IDEA
Identifying
the call
Building the
consortium
STEP 2
A consortium is formed by institutions, not individuals.
Each institution collaborates on a project through a team.
When to build it?
How many partners? 3-10
Where could I find these partners?
• My network
• Other resources - websites, portals, social…
What partners do I need?
• The expertise
• Common needs
THE DIFFERENT ROLES
Building the CONSORTIUM
HOW TO BUILD A CONSORTIUM
From an administrative point of view:
•COORDINATOR
•PARTNER
•Associated partners
Considering the contribution of the team member:
•Manager
•Researcher / Teacher / Trainer
•Technician
•Administrative staff
STEP 2 STEP 3 STEP 4
STEPS
HOW TO APPLY
STEP 1
STEP 0
The project
IDEA
Identifying
the call
Building the
consortium
The application
pack and the
submission
E+ SPORT: The application pack
STEP 3
WHERE to find it
HOW
to
access
it
HOW
to
prepare
it
STEP 3 E+ SPORT: The application pack
PART A ADMINISTRATIVE FORMS
STEP 3 E+ SPORT: The application pack
PART B TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION 40-70 pages
I. RELEVANCE
II. QUALITY
III. IMPACT
IV. WORK PLAN
V. OTHERS: ETHICS
VI. DECLARATIONS
ANNEXES
STEP 3 E+ SPORT: The application pack
PART B TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION I. RELEVANCE
● Previous projects: Erasmus+ Project
Results platform
● Other projects/actions related to the topic
● between 3 and 6
● based on empirical evidence: general
and from consortium
● linked to the objectives
● Clear aim
● study of the state of the art
● Link to the Erasmus+ priorities/EU
policies
STEP 3 E+ SPORT: The application pack
PART B TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION II. QUALITY
2.1 PROJECT DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION
● methodology(ies) behind the technical
WPs
● how the results of each WP will be
achieved, specifying the criteria /
methods / resources used.
● Focus on quality assurance as part of
the project management (WP1)
○ who will be responsible/leading.
○ Some of its key elements
○ What is evaluated?
● Specify the areas to be monitored.
STEP 3 E+ SPORT: The application pack
PART B TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION II. QUALITY
2.1 PROJECT DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION
● This may include aspects such as:
force majeure situations (such as
COVID-19), inadequate estimation
of duration and resources, delays in
the completion of tasks/deliverables,
difficulties in selecting participants,
differences in performance, etc.
STEP 3 E+ SPORT: The application pack
PART B TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION II. QUALITY
2.2 PARTNERSHIP AND COOPERATION ARRANGEMENTS
● partners involved in the consortium,
highlighting their experience in all
areas relevant to the project and the
role they will play
● Highlight the existence of previous
collaborations
● Mention the partnership agreement,
● Specify and describe the different roles
● Explain how the communication
between the partners will be carried out,
● Define the decision-making process
STEP 3 E+ SPORT: The application pack
PART B TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION III. IMPACT
● The impact:
○ DURING vs AFTER the project lifetime
○ INSIDE vs OUTSIDE the organization
● Specify quantitative and qualitative impact
INDICATORS. T.
● Objectives, levels, instruments
and activities
● the routes to sustain the impact of the
project (eg. project website)
● Any other type of collaboration with
agents or institutions external
STEP 3 E+ SPORT: The application pack
PART B TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION IV. WORK PLAN
STEP 3 E+ SPORT: The application pack
PART B TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION IV. WORK PLAN
STEP 3 E+ SPORT: The application pack
PART B TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
V. OTHERS: ETHICS
VI. DECLARATIONS
STEP 3 E+ SPORT: The application pack
PART B TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
ANNEXES
Detailed
BUDGET
CVs
Annual
activity
reports
List of
previous
projects
Other
annexes
not applicable
STEP 2 STEP 3 STEP 5
STEPS
HOW TO APPLY
STEP 1
STEP 0
The project
IDEA
Identifying
the call
Building the
consortium
The application
pack and the
submission
Implementation
IMPLEMENTATION
STEP 5
Possible outcomes:
APPROVED
REJECTED (due to lack of funds or quality).
Waiting list
GRANT AGREEMENT
adjust/reccom. budget
PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT
PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION: KoM
PART III
SHARING KNOWLEDGE
Example of good practice in E+ Sport
E+ GOOD
PRACTICE
A SUCCESSFUL
PROJECT PROPOSAL
30 Months
ID:622213-EPP-1-2020-1-ES-SPO-SCP
Dual Career of Student-Athletes with Disabilities
as a Tool for Social Inclusion - Para-Limits
Relevance of
the project
28 / 30
Quality of the project
design and
implementation
13 / 20
Quality of the project
team and the cooperation
arrangements
18 / 20
Impact and
dissemination
27 / 30
86 / 100
7 partners
NAME
CALL
DURATION
CONSORTIUM
EU EVALUATION:
E+ GOOD
PRACTICE
I. RELEVACE
The focus of this project is the E+SPORT combined topics of "To promote
voluntary activities in sport, together with social inclusion, equal
opportunities and awareness of the importance of physical activity for health,
by increasing participation in sport and equal access to sport for all, within the
framework of promoting and supporting athletes' Dual Career”.
PARA-LIMITS will seek to address the objectives set by European policies in the
field of social integration and adapted sport.
The project is in line with several guidelines and policies set by the European
Union, outlined in the document titled Mapping on Access to Sport for People with
Disabilities (Guidline vs. Para-Limits tasks/activities)
ERASMUS+
TOPICS/
POLICIES
E+ GOOD
PRACTICE
I. RELEVACE
Evidence provided
NEEDS
ANALYSIS
Para-Limits will seek to support the achievement of the following needs.
N1: Need to strengthen the inclusion of people with disabilities in society
in the EU.
N2: Need to overcome existing barriers for student-athletes with
disabilities who want to combine a university and sports career in the EU.
N3: Need to create support networks to help sportsmen and women with
disabilities in dual career in the EU.
N4: The need to provide athletes with disabilities with the necessary tools to
successfully access to the labour market.
E+ GOOD
PRACTICE
I. RELEVACE
Promote research on
social integration and
high-level disabled
sport.
SPECIFIC
OBJECTIVES
Create a collaborative
support network
between the different
stakeholders involved in
supporting the Dual
Career of adapted
athletes.
Promote the adaptation of
universities to the Dual Career of
disabled athletes through the
design and development of an
innovative curriculum following
MOOC structure (Massive Online
Open Courses) aimed at training
expert mentors.
Dissemination of the
results and good
actions developed to
facilitate the
replicability of the
model.
Monitoring of the
milestones achieved
through the creation of
an interdisciplinary
collegiate institution.
(explanation) + (WP associated)
E+ GOOD
PRACTICE
II. QUALITY
METHODOLOGY
O1. DOCUMENTARY RESEARCH ACTIVITIES (DESKWORK)
Leading institution: XXXXX XXXXXXX (IT)
Participating institutions: All partner organizations
Duration: M1 to M3
Description: Intellectual Output 1 is the initial phase of the project. It will consist of the
collection of data based on scientific evidence through formal research methodologies. This
intellectual Output is divided into two specific actions:
A1. Formal evidence-based data collection and literature review.
Duration: M1 to M2.
Description: The partner university institutions should carry out a literature review to find
out the state of the art on the project topic in their respective countries (Spain, Portugal,
Italy, Romania and Ireland). Partner X will collaborate by making its documentary fund
available to the consortium.
The topics on which the bibliographic research should be focused on are: Legal framework,
Good practices, (…)
WP1
WP1.1
A2. Documentary research reports
WP1.2
E+ GOOD
PRACTICE
II. QUALITY
QUALITY
ASSURANCE
To ensure a high-quality during project implementation, the following TOOLS &
PROCEDURES will be implemented:
● A quality assurance plan (mention what sections will include: roles and
responsibilities, work plan, standards, instruments, meetings, etc)
● Tasks the Quality Plan includes: define quality and evaluation parameters and
criteria, collect information on deliverables and reports, collect quantitative and
qualitative data, check the milestones indicators, create instruments to
collect data, etc.
● A Quality Assurance committee will be established
● A Management Committee will be established
E+ GOOD
PRACTICE
III. IMPACT
UCAM counts with highly professional equipment and infrastructure available
inside the campus.
It has a wide media coverage at regional and local levels. First of all, the
newspaper “LA VOZ DE UCAM” and Regional TV “Popular TV”. Thanks to
our professional contacts that UCAM has with the Spanish newspapers “20
minutos”, “La Razón” and the regional radio channel.
As concerning digital media, we would use UCAM’s Facebook, Instagram,
LinkedIn and Twitter profiles.
A specific Dissemination Strategy will be duly explained by UCAM (ES).
Multiplier Sport Events (E) will play a fundamental role in the visibility and
local impact related to the intellectual outputs.
A pool of following instruments & activities will be set (…)
The sustainability of the project products is based in the specific design of the
online tools, which would be accessible via the project website. Some of the
participating universities are discussing… (use of the course).
the online tools would be designed and produced as an Open Educational
Resource (O.E.R.)
SUSTAINABILITY
DISSEMINATION
E+ GOOD
PRACTICE
IV. WORKPLAN
O1. Documentary research activities (deskwork).
A1. Formal evidence-based data collection and literature review.
A2. Documentary research reports.
O2. Field research activities (fieldwork).
A3. Design and/or selection of the tools to carry out the field research.
A4. Application of questionnaires.
A5. Focus groups.
A6. Field research reports and scientific publication.
A7. Good practice guide on social inclusion, adapted sport and Dual Career.
O3. Development of the innovative course curriculum.
A8. Design and development of the contents to train mentors for student-athletes with disabilities.
O4. Implementation of the innovative course curriculum.
A9. Design and development of the online tools.
A10. Development of the Pilot Course.
A10a. Workshop with University Administrative Staff.
A10b. Workshop with stakeholders.
A11. Pre-post data collection and analysis and design of the final innovative course.
O5. European Handbook "Para-Limits, Dual Career, Disability and Sport".
A12. Design and development of a European handbook
O6. Observatory on Dual Career, Disability and Sport.
A13. Creation of the observatory on dual career, disability and sport.
RESULTS/
OUTCOMES
E+ GOOD
PRACTICE
IV. WORKPLAN
M5 – Final TPM (ES)
TRANSNATIONAL
PROJECT MEETINGS
MULTIPLIER EVENTS
• M1 - Kick-off meeting (ES)
• M2/ M3/ M4 - WPs (O)
• M5 - Final Meeting (ES)
• After each WP (O)
C H A R T
E+ GOOD
PRACTICE
ANNEXES
B
U
D
G
E
T
THANK YOU!

More Related Content

What's hot

French Node of the Millennium Project report 2020
French Node of the Millennium Project report 2020French Node of the Millennium Project report 2020
French Node of the Millennium Project report 2020Jerome Glenn
 
Up-Date on The Millennium Project june 29-2020
Up-Date on The Millennium Project june 29-2020Up-Date on The Millennium Project june 29-2020
Up-Date on The Millennium Project june 29-2020Jerome Glenn
 
3!!!0906 E C Ett For E F T C Résumé
3!!!0906   E C Ett For  E F T C Résumé3!!!0906   E C Ett For  E F T C Résumé
3!!!0906 E C Ett For E F T C RésuméMark de Haan
 
EMJD: From concept to project
EMJD: From concept to projectEMJD: From concept to project
EMJD: From concept to projectEMAP Project
 
Paolo ferragina università di pisa
Paolo ferragina università di pisaPaolo ferragina università di pisa
Paolo ferragina università di pisaRENA
 
Final conference alp4 eu jan_2014 wiintech v1
Final conference alp4 eu jan_2014 wiintech v1Final conference alp4 eu jan_2014 wiintech v1
Final conference alp4 eu jan_2014 wiintech v1LeaKane
 
Keynote at HEAL TAC April 2020
Keynote at HEAL TAC April 2020Keynote at HEAL TAC April 2020
Keynote at HEAL TAC April 2020Weverify
 
WeVerify at artec, March 2020
WeVerify at artec, March 2020WeVerify at artec, March 2020
WeVerify at artec, March 2020Weverify
 
ESCAPE Kick-off meeting - WP6 (Feb 2019)
ESCAPE Kick-off meeting - WP6 (Feb 2019)ESCAPE Kick-off meeting - WP6 (Feb 2019)
ESCAPE Kick-off meeting - WP6 (Feb 2019)ESCAPE EU
 
Introduction to Cred-ability
Introduction to Cred-abilityIntroduction to Cred-ability
Introduction to Cred-abilitycambridgeharry
 
Understanding Online Misinformation: Major Challenges Ahead, Rome,
Understanding Online Misinformation: Major Challenges Ahead, Rome, Understanding Online Misinformation: Major Challenges Ahead, Rome,
Understanding Online Misinformation: Major Challenges Ahead, Rome, Weverify
 

What's hot (14)

French Node of the Millennium Project report 2020
French Node of the Millennium Project report 2020French Node of the Millennium Project report 2020
French Node of the Millennium Project report 2020
 
Up-Date on The Millennium Project june 29-2020
Up-Date on The Millennium Project june 29-2020Up-Date on The Millennium Project june 29-2020
Up-Date on The Millennium Project june 29-2020
 
3!!!0906 E C Ett For E F T C Résumé
3!!!0906   E C Ett For  E F T C Résumé3!!!0906   E C Ett For  E F T C Résumé
3!!!0906 E C Ett For E F T C Résumé
 
APM chairman Steve Wake, PGCS Symposium, 11th and 12th May 2015
APM chairman Steve Wake, PGCS Symposium, 11th and 12th May 2015APM chairman Steve Wake, PGCS Symposium, 11th and 12th May 2015
APM chairman Steve Wake, PGCS Symposium, 11th and 12th May 2015
 
EMJD: From concept to project
EMJD: From concept to projectEMJD: From concept to project
EMJD: From concept to project
 
Leadership
LeadershipLeadership
Leadership
 
Paolo ferragina università di pisa
Paolo ferragina università di pisaPaolo ferragina università di pisa
Paolo ferragina università di pisa
 
Kate at oikos Fair
Kate at oikos FairKate at oikos Fair
Kate at oikos Fair
 
Final conference alp4 eu jan_2014 wiintech v1
Final conference alp4 eu jan_2014 wiintech v1Final conference alp4 eu jan_2014 wiintech v1
Final conference alp4 eu jan_2014 wiintech v1
 
Keynote at HEAL TAC April 2020
Keynote at HEAL TAC April 2020Keynote at HEAL TAC April 2020
Keynote at HEAL TAC April 2020
 
WeVerify at artec, March 2020
WeVerify at artec, March 2020WeVerify at artec, March 2020
WeVerify at artec, March 2020
 
ESCAPE Kick-off meeting - WP6 (Feb 2019)
ESCAPE Kick-off meeting - WP6 (Feb 2019)ESCAPE Kick-off meeting - WP6 (Feb 2019)
ESCAPE Kick-off meeting - WP6 (Feb 2019)
 
Introduction to Cred-ability
Introduction to Cred-abilityIntroduction to Cred-ability
Introduction to Cred-ability
 
Understanding Online Misinformation: Major Challenges Ahead, Rome,
Understanding Online Misinformation: Major Challenges Ahead, Rome, Understanding Online Misinformation: Major Challenges Ahead, Rome,
Understanding Online Misinformation: Major Challenges Ahead, Rome,
 

Similar to ADMINS_Module4_Presentation.pptx (1).pdf

FP7 From Idea To Project (March 2007)
FP7 From Idea To Project (March 2007)FP7 From Idea To Project (March 2007)
FP7 From Idea To Project (March 2007)CPN_Africa
 
Basics on EU funding opportunities at SIC! Roma 2015
Basics on EU funding opportunities at SIC! Roma 2015Basics on EU funding opportunities at SIC! Roma 2015
Basics on EU funding opportunities at SIC! Roma 2015Andrea Natalini
 
Strengthening the environment for web entrepreneurs in europe 22 november 2011
Strengthening the environment for web entrepreneurs in europe 22 november 2011Strengthening the environment for web entrepreneurs in europe 22 november 2011
Strengthening the environment for web entrepreneurs in europe 22 november 2011IAMCP MENTORING
 
Fostering solar technology in the Mediterranean area - Communication Plan
Fostering solar technology in the Mediterranean area - Communication PlanFostering solar technology in the Mediterranean area - Communication Plan
Fostering solar technology in the Mediterranean area - Communication PlanFOSTEr in MED
 
Llp centralised actions bh manchester
Llp centralised actions bh manchesterLlp centralised actions bh manchester
Llp centralised actions bh manchesterBrian Holmes
 
2017 Call Erasmus+ Convention for VET and Adult Education
2017 Call Erasmus+ Convention for VET and Adult Education2017 Call Erasmus+ Convention for VET and Adult Education
2017 Call Erasmus+ Convention for VET and Adult EducationErasmus+ UK National Agency
 
Horizon 2020 | An overview | Joanne Coyle
Horizon 2020 | An overview | Joanne CoyleHorizon 2020 | An overview | Joanne Coyle
Horizon 2020 | An overview | Joanne CoyleInvest Northern Ireland
 
Day 3 - PROJECT MANAGMENT FOR CSOs
Day 3 - PROJECT MANAGMENT FOR CSOsDay 3 - PROJECT MANAGMENT FOR CSOs
Day 3 - PROJECT MANAGMENT FOR CSOsМЦМС | MCIC
 
Dialogos+ Project Presentation
Dialogos+ Project PresentationDialogos+ Project Presentation
Dialogos+ Project PresentationAristoteles Lakkas
 
Horizon 2020 | Collaborative R&D Support Service | Claire Griffin
Horizon 2020 | Collaborative R&D Support Service | Claire GriffinHorizon 2020 | Collaborative R&D Support Service | Claire Griffin
Horizon 2020 | Collaborative R&D Support Service | Claire GriffinInvest Northern Ireland
 
HORIZON 2020
HORIZON 2020HORIZON 2020
HORIZON 2020SRTD _ II
 
Overview of Horizon Europe Clusters - Webinar Series | Digital, Industry & Sp...
Overview of Horizon Europe Clusters - Webinar Series | Digital, Industry & Sp...Overview of Horizon Europe Clusters - Webinar Series | Digital, Industry & Sp...
Overview of Horizon Europe Clusters - Webinar Series | Digital, Industry & Sp...KTN
 
Create toolkit-barcelona-5oct10
Create toolkit-barcelona-5oct10Create toolkit-barcelona-5oct10
Create toolkit-barcelona-5oct10David Furmage
 
Maghrenov workshop-on-capacity-building-eu-mpc-macarena-munoz-medspring
Maghrenov workshop-on-capacity-building-eu-mpc-macarena-munoz-medspringMaghrenov workshop-on-capacity-building-eu-mpc-macarena-munoz-medspring
Maghrenov workshop-on-capacity-building-eu-mpc-macarena-munoz-medspringMaghrenov
 
Basics on EU project planning and writing
Basics on EU project planning and writingBasics on EU project planning and writing
Basics on EU project planning and writingAndrea Natalini
 

Similar to ADMINS_Module4_Presentation.pptx (1).pdf (20)

FP7 From Idea To Project (March 2007)
FP7 From Idea To Project (March 2007)FP7 From Idea To Project (March 2007)
FP7 From Idea To Project (March 2007)
 
Ws B 2 I.Tartaglia
Ws B 2 I.TartagliaWs B 2 I.Tartaglia
Ws B 2 I.Tartaglia
 
Basics on EU funding opportunities at SIC! Roma 2015
Basics on EU funding opportunities at SIC! Roma 2015Basics on EU funding opportunities at SIC! Roma 2015
Basics on EU funding opportunities at SIC! Roma 2015
 
Strengthening the environment for web entrepreneurs in europe 22 november 2011
Strengthening the environment for web entrepreneurs in europe 22 november 2011Strengthening the environment for web entrepreneurs in europe 22 november 2011
Strengthening the environment for web entrepreneurs in europe 22 november 2011
 
VIRQUAL @ EDEN 2009
VIRQUAL @ EDEN 2009VIRQUAL @ EDEN 2009
VIRQUAL @ EDEN 2009
 
Fostering solar technology in the Mediterranean area - Communication Plan
Fostering solar technology in the Mediterranean area - Communication PlanFostering solar technology in the Mediterranean area - Communication Plan
Fostering solar technology in the Mediterranean area - Communication Plan
 
Llp centralised actions bh manchester
Llp centralised actions bh manchesterLlp centralised actions bh manchester
Llp centralised actions bh manchester
 
2017 Call Erasmus+ Convention for VET and Adult Education
2017 Call Erasmus+ Convention for VET and Adult Education2017 Call Erasmus+ Convention for VET and Adult Education
2017 Call Erasmus+ Convention for VET and Adult Education
 
Horizon 2020 | An overview | Joanne Coyle
Horizon 2020 | An overview | Joanne CoyleHorizon 2020 | An overview | Joanne Coyle
Horizon 2020 | An overview | Joanne Coyle
 
Day 3 - PROJECT MANAGMENT FOR CSOs
Day 3 - PROJECT MANAGMENT FOR CSOsDay 3 - PROJECT MANAGMENT FOR CSOs
Day 3 - PROJECT MANAGMENT FOR CSOs
 
Virqual @ eguidance 2009
Virqual @ eguidance 2009Virqual @ eguidance 2009
Virqual @ eguidance 2009
 
Dialogos+ Project Presentation
Dialogos+ Project PresentationDialogos+ Project Presentation
Dialogos+ Project Presentation
 
Horizon 2020 | Collaborative R&D Support Service | Claire Griffin
Horizon 2020 | Collaborative R&D Support Service | Claire GriffinHorizon 2020 | Collaborative R&D Support Service | Claire Griffin
Horizon 2020 | Collaborative R&D Support Service | Claire Griffin
 
HORIZON 2020
HORIZON 2020HORIZON 2020
HORIZON 2020
 
Overview of Horizon Europe Clusters - Webinar Series | Digital, Industry & Sp...
Overview of Horizon Europe Clusters - Webinar Series | Digital, Industry & Sp...Overview of Horizon Europe Clusters - Webinar Series | Digital, Industry & Sp...
Overview of Horizon Europe Clusters - Webinar Series | Digital, Industry & Sp...
 
Slide Patrick Vuillermoz
Slide Patrick VuillermozSlide Patrick Vuillermoz
Slide Patrick Vuillermoz
 
FP7-ICT Programme
FP7-ICT ProgrammeFP7-ICT Programme
FP7-ICT Programme
 
Create toolkit-barcelona-5oct10
Create toolkit-barcelona-5oct10Create toolkit-barcelona-5oct10
Create toolkit-barcelona-5oct10
 
Maghrenov workshop-on-capacity-building-eu-mpc-macarena-munoz-medspring
Maghrenov workshop-on-capacity-building-eu-mpc-macarena-munoz-medspringMaghrenov workshop-on-capacity-building-eu-mpc-macarena-munoz-medspring
Maghrenov workshop-on-capacity-building-eu-mpc-macarena-munoz-medspring
 
Basics on EU project planning and writing
Basics on EU project planning and writingBasics on EU project planning and writing
Basics on EU project planning and writing
 

Recently uploaded

Austria VS France Injury Woes a Look at Euro 2024 Qualifiers.docx
Austria VS France Injury Woes a Look at Euro 2024 Qualifiers.docxAustria VS France Injury Woes a Look at Euro 2024 Qualifiers.docx
Austria VS France Injury Woes a Look at Euro 2024 Qualifiers.docxWorld Wide Tickets And Hospitality
 
Austria vs France David Alaba Switches Position to Defender in Austria's Euro...
Austria vs France David Alaba Switches Position to Defender in Austria's Euro...Austria vs France David Alaba Switches Position to Defender in Austria's Euro...
Austria vs France David Alaba Switches Position to Defender in Austria's Euro...Eticketing.co
 
Introduction to Basketball-PowerPoint Presentation
Introduction to Basketball-PowerPoint PresentationIntroduction to Basketball-PowerPoint Presentation
Introduction to Basketball-PowerPoint PresentationJuliusMacaballug
 
Technical Data | ThermTec Wild 335 | Optics Trade
Technical Data | ThermTec Wild 335 | Optics TradeTechnical Data | ThermTec Wild 335 | Optics Trade
Technical Data | ThermTec Wild 335 | Optics TradeOptics-Trade
 
Instruction Manual | ThermTec Hunt Thermal Clip-On Series | Optics Trade
Instruction Manual | ThermTec Hunt Thermal Clip-On Series | Optics TradeInstruction Manual | ThermTec Hunt Thermal Clip-On Series | Optics Trade
Instruction Manual | ThermTec Hunt Thermal Clip-On Series | Optics TradeOptics-Trade
 
Mysore Call Girls 7001305949 WhatsApp Number 24x7 Best Services
Mysore Call Girls 7001305949 WhatsApp Number 24x7 Best ServicesMysore Call Girls 7001305949 WhatsApp Number 24x7 Best Services
Mysore Call Girls 7001305949 WhatsApp Number 24x7 Best Servicesnajka9823
 
France's UEFA Euro 2024 Ambitions Amid Coman's Injury.docx
France's UEFA Euro 2024 Ambitions Amid Coman's Injury.docxFrance's UEFA Euro 2024 Ambitions Amid Coman's Injury.docx
France's UEFA Euro 2024 Ambitions Amid Coman's Injury.docxEuro Cup 2024 Tickets
 
Real Moto 2 MOD APK v1.1.721 All Bikes, Unlimited Money
Real Moto 2 MOD APK v1.1.721 All Bikes, Unlimited MoneyReal Moto 2 MOD APK v1.1.721 All Bikes, Unlimited Money
Real Moto 2 MOD APK v1.1.721 All Bikes, Unlimited MoneyApk Toly
 
Instruction Manual | ThermTec Wild Thermal Monoculars | Optics Trade
Instruction Manual | ThermTec Wild Thermal Monoculars | Optics TradeInstruction Manual | ThermTec Wild Thermal Monoculars | Optics Trade
Instruction Manual | ThermTec Wild Thermal Monoculars | Optics TradeOptics-Trade
 
Italy Vs Albania Euro Cup 2024 Italy's Strategy for Success.docx
Italy Vs Albania Euro Cup 2024 Italy's Strategy for Success.docxItaly Vs Albania Euro Cup 2024 Italy's Strategy for Success.docx
Italy Vs Albania Euro Cup 2024 Italy's Strategy for Success.docxWorld Wide Tickets And Hospitality
 
PPT on INDIA VS PAKISTAN - A Sports Rivalry
PPT on INDIA VS PAKISTAN - A Sports RivalryPPT on INDIA VS PAKISTAN - A Sports Rivalry
PPT on INDIA VS PAKISTAN - A Sports Rivalryanirbannath184
 
JORNADA 3 LIGA MURO 2024GHGHGHGHGHGH.pdf
JORNADA 3 LIGA MURO 2024GHGHGHGHGHGH.pdfJORNADA 3 LIGA MURO 2024GHGHGHGHGHGH.pdf
JORNADA 3 LIGA MURO 2024GHGHGHGHGHGH.pdfArturo Pacheco Alvarez
 
IPL Quiz ( weekly quiz) by SJU quizzers.
IPL Quiz ( weekly quiz) by SJU quizzers.IPL Quiz ( weekly quiz) by SJU quizzers.
IPL Quiz ( weekly quiz) by SJU quizzers.SJU Quizzers
 
Turkiye Vs Georgia Turkey's UEFA Euro 2024 Journey with High Hopes.pdf
Turkiye Vs Georgia Turkey's UEFA Euro 2024 Journey with High Hopes.pdfTurkiye Vs Georgia Turkey's UEFA Euro 2024 Journey with High Hopes.pdf
Turkiye Vs Georgia Turkey's UEFA Euro 2024 Journey with High Hopes.pdfEticketing.co
 
Spain Vs Italy Showdown Between Italy and Spain Could Determine UEFA Euro 202...
Spain Vs Italy Showdown Between Italy and Spain Could Determine UEFA Euro 202...Spain Vs Italy Showdown Between Italy and Spain Could Determine UEFA Euro 202...
Spain Vs Italy Showdown Between Italy and Spain Could Determine UEFA Euro 202...World Wide Tickets And Hospitality
 
Expert Pool Table Refelting in Lee & Collier County, FL
Expert Pool Table Refelting in Lee & Collier County, FLExpert Pool Table Refelting in Lee & Collier County, FL
Expert Pool Table Refelting in Lee & Collier County, FLAll American Billiards
 

Recently uploaded (16)

Austria VS France Injury Woes a Look at Euro 2024 Qualifiers.docx
Austria VS France Injury Woes a Look at Euro 2024 Qualifiers.docxAustria VS France Injury Woes a Look at Euro 2024 Qualifiers.docx
Austria VS France Injury Woes a Look at Euro 2024 Qualifiers.docx
 
Austria vs France David Alaba Switches Position to Defender in Austria's Euro...
Austria vs France David Alaba Switches Position to Defender in Austria's Euro...Austria vs France David Alaba Switches Position to Defender in Austria's Euro...
Austria vs France David Alaba Switches Position to Defender in Austria's Euro...
 
Introduction to Basketball-PowerPoint Presentation
Introduction to Basketball-PowerPoint PresentationIntroduction to Basketball-PowerPoint Presentation
Introduction to Basketball-PowerPoint Presentation
 
Technical Data | ThermTec Wild 335 | Optics Trade
Technical Data | ThermTec Wild 335 | Optics TradeTechnical Data | ThermTec Wild 335 | Optics Trade
Technical Data | ThermTec Wild 335 | Optics Trade
 
Instruction Manual | ThermTec Hunt Thermal Clip-On Series | Optics Trade
Instruction Manual | ThermTec Hunt Thermal Clip-On Series | Optics TradeInstruction Manual | ThermTec Hunt Thermal Clip-On Series | Optics Trade
Instruction Manual | ThermTec Hunt Thermal Clip-On Series | Optics Trade
 
Mysore Call Girls 7001305949 WhatsApp Number 24x7 Best Services
Mysore Call Girls 7001305949 WhatsApp Number 24x7 Best ServicesMysore Call Girls 7001305949 WhatsApp Number 24x7 Best Services
Mysore Call Girls 7001305949 WhatsApp Number 24x7 Best Services
 
France's UEFA Euro 2024 Ambitions Amid Coman's Injury.docx
France's UEFA Euro 2024 Ambitions Amid Coman's Injury.docxFrance's UEFA Euro 2024 Ambitions Amid Coman's Injury.docx
France's UEFA Euro 2024 Ambitions Amid Coman's Injury.docx
 
Real Moto 2 MOD APK v1.1.721 All Bikes, Unlimited Money
Real Moto 2 MOD APK v1.1.721 All Bikes, Unlimited MoneyReal Moto 2 MOD APK v1.1.721 All Bikes, Unlimited Money
Real Moto 2 MOD APK v1.1.721 All Bikes, Unlimited Money
 
Instruction Manual | ThermTec Wild Thermal Monoculars | Optics Trade
Instruction Manual | ThermTec Wild Thermal Monoculars | Optics TradeInstruction Manual | ThermTec Wild Thermal Monoculars | Optics Trade
Instruction Manual | ThermTec Wild Thermal Monoculars | Optics Trade
 
Italy Vs Albania Euro Cup 2024 Italy's Strategy for Success.docx
Italy Vs Albania Euro Cup 2024 Italy's Strategy for Success.docxItaly Vs Albania Euro Cup 2024 Italy's Strategy for Success.docx
Italy Vs Albania Euro Cup 2024 Italy's Strategy for Success.docx
 
PPT on INDIA VS PAKISTAN - A Sports Rivalry
PPT on INDIA VS PAKISTAN - A Sports RivalryPPT on INDIA VS PAKISTAN - A Sports Rivalry
PPT on INDIA VS PAKISTAN - A Sports Rivalry
 
JORNADA 3 LIGA MURO 2024GHGHGHGHGHGH.pdf
JORNADA 3 LIGA MURO 2024GHGHGHGHGHGH.pdfJORNADA 3 LIGA MURO 2024GHGHGHGHGHGH.pdf
JORNADA 3 LIGA MURO 2024GHGHGHGHGHGH.pdf
 
IPL Quiz ( weekly quiz) by SJU quizzers.
IPL Quiz ( weekly quiz) by SJU quizzers.IPL Quiz ( weekly quiz) by SJU quizzers.
IPL Quiz ( weekly quiz) by SJU quizzers.
 
Turkiye Vs Georgia Turkey's UEFA Euro 2024 Journey with High Hopes.pdf
Turkiye Vs Georgia Turkey's UEFA Euro 2024 Journey with High Hopes.pdfTurkiye Vs Georgia Turkey's UEFA Euro 2024 Journey with High Hopes.pdf
Turkiye Vs Georgia Turkey's UEFA Euro 2024 Journey with High Hopes.pdf
 
Spain Vs Italy Showdown Between Italy and Spain Could Determine UEFA Euro 202...
Spain Vs Italy Showdown Between Italy and Spain Could Determine UEFA Euro 202...Spain Vs Italy Showdown Between Italy and Spain Could Determine UEFA Euro 202...
Spain Vs Italy Showdown Between Italy and Spain Could Determine UEFA Euro 202...
 
Expert Pool Table Refelting in Lee & Collier County, FL
Expert Pool Table Refelting in Lee & Collier County, FLExpert Pool Table Refelting in Lee & Collier County, FL
Expert Pool Table Refelting in Lee & Collier County, FL
 

ADMINS_Module4_Presentation.pptx (1).pdf

  • 1. 29 November 2021 Sassari, Italy ADMINS DEVELOPING SPORT ADMINISTRATION COMPETENCES SPEAKER International Projects Office - UCAM Ramona M. Bucur Delia Postiglione (online) MODULE 4 The EU Projects and Funding Project nº 613261-EPP-1-2019-1-HR-SPO-SCP
  • 2. CONTENT of the module INTRO. Welcome to the Erasmus bubble: About UCAM and OPRI PART I. Getting familiar with the environment Characteristics of Erasmus+ Programme PART II. Learning how to apply Main aspects of a project proposal preparation ➔ STEP 0: The project idea ➔ STEP 1: Identifying the call ➔ STEP 2: Building the consortium ➔ STEP 3: The application pack and the submission ➔ STEP 4: The implementation PART III. Sharing knowledge Example of good practice in Erasmus+ Sport
  • 3. INTRO Welcome to the Erasmus bubble: About UCAM and OPRI
  • 4. INTRO Welcome to the Erasmus bubble: About UCAM and OPRI 18.858 STUDENTS
  • 5. INTRO Welcome to the Erasmus bubble: About UCAM and OPRI
  • 6. INTRO Welcome to the Erasmus bubble: About UCAM and OPRI
  • 7. PART I Getting familiar with the environment Characteristics of Erasmus+ Programme
  • 8. HISTORY OF THE ERASMUS+ European Region Action Scheme Mobility University Students 1987 Late ’60 Sofia Corradi Educational Science Professor Erasmus of Rotterdam Dutch philosopher and humanist PART I HISTORY OF THE ERASMUS+ 11 Countries 1st Edition 3000 participants
  • 9. HISTORY OF THE ERASMUS+ 2014-2020 Edition Different beneficiaries: ❖ students ❖ staff ❖ trainees ❖ apprentices ❖ youth workers ❖ young people BUDGET 18.2 billion euros ACTIONS Specific allocation for projects in the FIELD of SPORT ● Increase participation ● Promote values and education ● Fight discrimination and violence
  • 10. HISTORY OF THE ERASMUS+ 2014-2020 Edition ERASMUS becomes + LEVELS of EDUCATION school, vocational, higher, and adult education Projects FIELDS Education Youth Sport PROGRAMMES Leonardo Mundus Jean Monnet
  • 11. HISTORY OF THE ERASMUS+ 2014-2020 Edition OBJECTIVES and ADVANTAGES Skills and competencies → LABOUR MARKET Sense of belonging → PARTICIPATION in CIVIC LIFE PEOPLE + ORGANISATIONS Boost cooperation Drive innovation Enhance quality Improve policies
  • 12. HISTORY OF THE ERASMUS+ 2021-2027 Edition 26.2 billion euros SOCIAL INCLUSION ECOLOGICAL and DIGITAL TRANSITION PARTICIPATION in DEMOCRATIC LIFE
  • 13. ERASMUS+ KEY ELEMENTS OBJECTIVES GENERAL SPECIFIC Development of people G row th Quality jobs Social cohesion Innovation Learning mobility Non-formal learning Informal learning C o o p e r a t i o n
  • 14. GENERAL KEY CONCEPTS ERASMUS+ Aimed at Target group and Beneficiaries Series of activities - Objectives - Timeframe - Budget (EU funds) EUROPEAN PROJECT Life cycle Management, monitoring, financial arrangements
  • 15. ERASMUS+ Invitation to present a project within a specific DEADLINE CALL for PROPOSAL EU Commission’s website + National Agencies’ website ! - required conditions - specified objectives GENERAL KEY CONCEPTS
  • 16. ERASMUS+ EU Grant may not finance the entire project Co-financed by: - beneficiary's own resources; - contributions from third parties; ... CO-FINANCING KEY ACTIONS KA2 Cooperation among Organisations and Institutions KA3 Support to Policy Development and Cooperation KA1 Learning Mobility of Individuals GENERAL KEY CONCEPTS
  • 17. ERASMUS+ Project COORDINATOR Project PARTNER Acts as the intermediary for all communications between the consortium and the European Commission Commits itself to effectively communicate with the Project Coordinator and the rest of the consortium Submits the application and signs the Grant Agreement on behalf of the partners Authorises the Project Coordinator to submit and sign project documents on its behalf Submits deliverables and reports periodically to the European Commission Submits deliverables and reports periodically to the Project Coordinator Monitors and controls the implementation of the project Implements the assigned tasks and reports to the Project Coordinator Manages financial resources, including payments to partners Provides the Project Coordinator with financial reports CONSORTIUM GENERAL KEY CONCEPTS
  • 18. ERASMUS+ SPECIFIC KEY CONCEPTS TPM WP PR ME Transnational Project Meeting ● official meeting ● all the partners ● management and financial issues Multiplier Event To share results with a large audience Work Package Building block of the work structure (“sub-project”) Project Results Innovative outcomes (publications, course materials)
  • 19. PART I THE ERASMUS+ PHILOSOPHY INTERNATIONAL DIMENSION ➢ More resilient society ➢ Mutual trust ➢ Intercultural understanding ➢ EU as a global actor MULTILINGUALISM ➔ United in diversity ➔ Equip people for labour market ➔ European Language Label COMMUNICATION To maximize impact of the projects OPEN ACCESS Project outputs freely available ❖ NO costs, NO limitations PROTECTION, HEALTH and SAFETY - people’s rights - physical and emotional integrity - mental health and wellbeing RECOGNITION of SKILLS and QUALIFICATIONS Within and across national borders
  • 20. PART I SOFT SKILLS and KEY COMPETENCES SOFT SKILLS Non-technical talents or abilities KEY COMPETENCES Not only know notions but use the knowledge in a flexible adaptive way
  • 21. PART I PRIORITIES INCLUSION and DIVERSITY ENVIRONMENT and CLIMATE PARTICIPATION in DEMOCRATIC LIFE DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION
  • 22. KEY ACTION 1 LEARNING MOBILITY of INDIVIDUALS Learning mobility opportunities for: ❖ students ❖ staff ❖ trainees ❖ apprentices ❖ youth workers ❖ young people IMPROVE learning performance foreign languages digital competences ENHANCE employability intercultural interaction participation in society INCREASE sense of initiative self-empowerment self-esteem
  • 23. KEY ACTION 2 COOPERATION among ORGANISATIONS and INSTITUTIONS Addressed to organisations and Institutions to ➢ Develop ➢ Transfer ➢ Implement innovative practices at regional, national or EU level PARTNERSHIPS for ➢ COOPERATION ➢ EXCELLENCE ➢ INNOVATION CAPACITY BUILDING in the FIELD of YOUTH NOT-FOR-PROFIT EUROPEAN SPORT EVENTS
  • 24. KEY ACTION 3 SUPPORT to POLICY DEVELOPMENT and COOPERATION Contribute to the development of new policies in order to trigger MODERNISATION and REFORM In the field of ● education ● training ● youth ● sport
  • 25. PRIORITIES ★ Increase participation ★ Promote values and education ★ Fight discrimination and violence E+ SPORT ACTIONS in the FIELD of SPORT COOPERATION PARTNERSHIPS NOT-FOR-PROFIT EU SPORT EVENTS SMALL-SCALE PARTNERSHIPS
  • 26. PART I CRITERIA ADMISSIBILITY CRITERIA ➔ Meet the DEADLINE ➔ Use the forms provided on the EACE, Erasmus+ or National Agencies’ websites ➔ Present a readable and accessible application ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA Type of organisations Country Number of partners Duration of the project Procedure to submit
  • 27. PART I CRITERIA SELECTION CRITERIA To assess the applicant’s capacity to complete the proposed project FINANCIAL and OPERATIONAL capacities AWARD CRITERIA To evaluate the quality of the proposal ❖ Relevance of the project (max 25p) ❖ Quality of the project and implementation (max. 30p) ❖ Quality of the project team and cooperation arrangements (max. 25p) ❖ Impact and dissemination (max. 20p)
  • 28. PART II LEARNING HOW TO APPLY Main aspects of a project proposal preparation
  • 29. STEP 2 STEP 3 STEP 4 STEPS HOW TO APPLY STEP 1 STEP 0
  • 30. STEP 2 STEP 3 STEP 4 STEPS HOW TO APPLY STEP 1 STEP 0 The project IDEA
  • 31. Conceptualisation The project IDEA STEP 0 Do we want to promote gender equality? Do we want to increase the use of new technologies? Do we want to create specific educational resources? Do we want to equip our staff with specific competences? Do we want to favour a certain disadvantaged group? Do we want to create new spaces for training or cooperation? Do we want to promote interculturality? etc IDEA NEEDS aspects/elements that need to be modified or are not currently available SWOT analysis PROJECT PROPOSAL HOW WHY WHAT
  • 32. JOINT IDEAS The project IDEA STEP 0 JOINT elaboration of a project idea = common + highly recommended in EU projects Evaluating THE IDEA Is the idea viable? (current trends, similar initiatives, right time, technical feasibility) Does the idea provide the greatest possible benefit? (target group, added value, differentiation) DEVELOPED BY Mine my technical team NOT RECOMMENDED Mine a consortium HIGHLY RECOMMENDED Someone else's him or his institution NOT RECOMMENDED Someone else's a consortium HIGHLY RECOMMENDED A consortium I subscribe without providing any input HARDLY RECOMMENDED Mine, yours or our idea?
  • 33. STEP 2 STEP 3 STEP 4 STEPS HOW TO APPLY STEP 1 STEP 0 The project IDEA Identifying the call
  • 34. Got a project idea to implement with EU funds? E+ & ESC Identifying the call STEP 1 EACEA WHERE TO SEARCH EU LOGIN
  • 35. Identifying the call STEP 1 EU LOGIN Registration CONFIRMATION EMAIL
  • 36. STEP 2 STEP 3 STEP 4 STEPS HOW TO APPLY STEP 1 STEP 0 The project IDEA Identifying the call Building the consortium
  • 37. STEP 2 A consortium is formed by institutions, not individuals. Each institution collaborates on a project through a team. When to build it? How many partners? 3-10 Where could I find these partners? • My network • Other resources - websites, portals, social… What partners do I need? • The expertise • Common needs THE DIFFERENT ROLES Building the CONSORTIUM HOW TO BUILD A CONSORTIUM From an administrative point of view: •COORDINATOR •PARTNER •Associated partners Considering the contribution of the team member: •Manager •Researcher / Teacher / Trainer •Technician •Administrative staff
  • 38. STEP 2 STEP 3 STEP 4 STEPS HOW TO APPLY STEP 1 STEP 0 The project IDEA Identifying the call Building the consortium The application pack and the submission
  • 39. E+ SPORT: The application pack STEP 3 WHERE to find it HOW to access it HOW to prepare it
  • 40. STEP 3 E+ SPORT: The application pack PART A ADMINISTRATIVE FORMS
  • 41. STEP 3 E+ SPORT: The application pack PART B TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION 40-70 pages I. RELEVANCE II. QUALITY III. IMPACT IV. WORK PLAN V. OTHERS: ETHICS VI. DECLARATIONS ANNEXES
  • 42. STEP 3 E+ SPORT: The application pack PART B TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION I. RELEVANCE ● Previous projects: Erasmus+ Project Results platform ● Other projects/actions related to the topic ● between 3 and 6 ● based on empirical evidence: general and from consortium ● linked to the objectives ● Clear aim ● study of the state of the art ● Link to the Erasmus+ priorities/EU policies
  • 43. STEP 3 E+ SPORT: The application pack PART B TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION II. QUALITY 2.1 PROJECT DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION ● methodology(ies) behind the technical WPs ● how the results of each WP will be achieved, specifying the criteria / methods / resources used. ● Focus on quality assurance as part of the project management (WP1) ○ who will be responsible/leading. ○ Some of its key elements ○ What is evaluated? ● Specify the areas to be monitored.
  • 44. STEP 3 E+ SPORT: The application pack PART B TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION II. QUALITY 2.1 PROJECT DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION ● This may include aspects such as: force majeure situations (such as COVID-19), inadequate estimation of duration and resources, delays in the completion of tasks/deliverables, difficulties in selecting participants, differences in performance, etc.
  • 45. STEP 3 E+ SPORT: The application pack PART B TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION II. QUALITY 2.2 PARTNERSHIP AND COOPERATION ARRANGEMENTS ● partners involved in the consortium, highlighting their experience in all areas relevant to the project and the role they will play ● Highlight the existence of previous collaborations ● Mention the partnership agreement, ● Specify and describe the different roles ● Explain how the communication between the partners will be carried out, ● Define the decision-making process
  • 46. STEP 3 E+ SPORT: The application pack PART B TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION III. IMPACT ● The impact: ○ DURING vs AFTER the project lifetime ○ INSIDE vs OUTSIDE the organization ● Specify quantitative and qualitative impact INDICATORS. T. ● Objectives, levels, instruments and activities ● the routes to sustain the impact of the project (eg. project website) ● Any other type of collaboration with agents or institutions external
  • 47. STEP 3 E+ SPORT: The application pack PART B TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION IV. WORK PLAN
  • 48. STEP 3 E+ SPORT: The application pack PART B TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION IV. WORK PLAN
  • 49. STEP 3 E+ SPORT: The application pack PART B TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION V. OTHERS: ETHICS VI. DECLARATIONS
  • 50. STEP 3 E+ SPORT: The application pack PART B TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION ANNEXES Detailed BUDGET CVs Annual activity reports List of previous projects Other annexes not applicable
  • 51. STEP 2 STEP 3 STEP 5 STEPS HOW TO APPLY STEP 1 STEP 0 The project IDEA Identifying the call Building the consortium The application pack and the submission Implementation
  • 52. IMPLEMENTATION STEP 5 Possible outcomes: APPROVED REJECTED (due to lack of funds or quality). Waiting list GRANT AGREEMENT adjust/reccom. budget PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION: KoM
  • 53. PART III SHARING KNOWLEDGE Example of good practice in E+ Sport
  • 54. E+ GOOD PRACTICE A SUCCESSFUL PROJECT PROPOSAL 30 Months ID:622213-EPP-1-2020-1-ES-SPO-SCP Dual Career of Student-Athletes with Disabilities as a Tool for Social Inclusion - Para-Limits Relevance of the project 28 / 30 Quality of the project design and implementation 13 / 20 Quality of the project team and the cooperation arrangements 18 / 20 Impact and dissemination 27 / 30 86 / 100 7 partners NAME CALL DURATION CONSORTIUM EU EVALUATION:
  • 55. E+ GOOD PRACTICE I. RELEVACE The focus of this project is the E+SPORT combined topics of "To promote voluntary activities in sport, together with social inclusion, equal opportunities and awareness of the importance of physical activity for health, by increasing participation in sport and equal access to sport for all, within the framework of promoting and supporting athletes' Dual Career”. PARA-LIMITS will seek to address the objectives set by European policies in the field of social integration and adapted sport. The project is in line with several guidelines and policies set by the European Union, outlined in the document titled Mapping on Access to Sport for People with Disabilities (Guidline vs. Para-Limits tasks/activities) ERASMUS+ TOPICS/ POLICIES
  • 56. E+ GOOD PRACTICE I. RELEVACE Evidence provided NEEDS ANALYSIS Para-Limits will seek to support the achievement of the following needs. N1: Need to strengthen the inclusion of people with disabilities in society in the EU. N2: Need to overcome existing barriers for student-athletes with disabilities who want to combine a university and sports career in the EU. N3: Need to create support networks to help sportsmen and women with disabilities in dual career in the EU. N4: The need to provide athletes with disabilities with the necessary tools to successfully access to the labour market.
  • 57. E+ GOOD PRACTICE I. RELEVACE Promote research on social integration and high-level disabled sport. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES Create a collaborative support network between the different stakeholders involved in supporting the Dual Career of adapted athletes. Promote the adaptation of universities to the Dual Career of disabled athletes through the design and development of an innovative curriculum following MOOC structure (Massive Online Open Courses) aimed at training expert mentors. Dissemination of the results and good actions developed to facilitate the replicability of the model. Monitoring of the milestones achieved through the creation of an interdisciplinary collegiate institution. (explanation) + (WP associated)
  • 58. E+ GOOD PRACTICE II. QUALITY METHODOLOGY O1. DOCUMENTARY RESEARCH ACTIVITIES (DESKWORK) Leading institution: XXXXX XXXXXXX (IT) Participating institutions: All partner organizations Duration: M1 to M3 Description: Intellectual Output 1 is the initial phase of the project. It will consist of the collection of data based on scientific evidence through formal research methodologies. This intellectual Output is divided into two specific actions: A1. Formal evidence-based data collection and literature review. Duration: M1 to M2. Description: The partner university institutions should carry out a literature review to find out the state of the art on the project topic in their respective countries (Spain, Portugal, Italy, Romania and Ireland). Partner X will collaborate by making its documentary fund available to the consortium. The topics on which the bibliographic research should be focused on are: Legal framework, Good practices, (…) WP1 WP1.1 A2. Documentary research reports WP1.2
  • 59. E+ GOOD PRACTICE II. QUALITY QUALITY ASSURANCE To ensure a high-quality during project implementation, the following TOOLS & PROCEDURES will be implemented: ● A quality assurance plan (mention what sections will include: roles and responsibilities, work plan, standards, instruments, meetings, etc) ● Tasks the Quality Plan includes: define quality and evaluation parameters and criteria, collect information on deliverables and reports, collect quantitative and qualitative data, check the milestones indicators, create instruments to collect data, etc. ● A Quality Assurance committee will be established ● A Management Committee will be established
  • 60. E+ GOOD PRACTICE III. IMPACT UCAM counts with highly professional equipment and infrastructure available inside the campus. It has a wide media coverage at regional and local levels. First of all, the newspaper “LA VOZ DE UCAM” and Regional TV “Popular TV”. Thanks to our professional contacts that UCAM has with the Spanish newspapers “20 minutos”, “La Razón” and the regional radio channel. As concerning digital media, we would use UCAM’s Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter profiles. A specific Dissemination Strategy will be duly explained by UCAM (ES). Multiplier Sport Events (E) will play a fundamental role in the visibility and local impact related to the intellectual outputs. A pool of following instruments & activities will be set (…) The sustainability of the project products is based in the specific design of the online tools, which would be accessible via the project website. Some of the participating universities are discussing… (use of the course). the online tools would be designed and produced as an Open Educational Resource (O.E.R.) SUSTAINABILITY DISSEMINATION
  • 61. E+ GOOD PRACTICE IV. WORKPLAN O1. Documentary research activities (deskwork). A1. Formal evidence-based data collection and literature review. A2. Documentary research reports. O2. Field research activities (fieldwork). A3. Design and/or selection of the tools to carry out the field research. A4. Application of questionnaires. A5. Focus groups. A6. Field research reports and scientific publication. A7. Good practice guide on social inclusion, adapted sport and Dual Career. O3. Development of the innovative course curriculum. A8. Design and development of the contents to train mentors for student-athletes with disabilities. O4. Implementation of the innovative course curriculum. A9. Design and development of the online tools. A10. Development of the Pilot Course. A10a. Workshop with University Administrative Staff. A10b. Workshop with stakeholders. A11. Pre-post data collection and analysis and design of the final innovative course. O5. European Handbook "Para-Limits, Dual Career, Disability and Sport". A12. Design and development of a European handbook O6. Observatory on Dual Career, Disability and Sport. A13. Creation of the observatory on dual career, disability and sport. RESULTS/ OUTCOMES
  • 62. E+ GOOD PRACTICE IV. WORKPLAN M5 – Final TPM (ES) TRANSNATIONAL PROJECT MEETINGS MULTIPLIER EVENTS • M1 - Kick-off meeting (ES) • M2/ M3/ M4 - WPs (O) • M5 - Final Meeting (ES) • After each WP (O) C H A R T