Erasmus+ Adult Education
Mobility projects in the field of Adult Education
Individuals working in adult education may be able to undertake a work and study period abroad. Such experiences and exchanges can help improve language skills and cultural knowledge, as well as providing a new perspective on teaching practices and approaches.
Individuals can take part in the following professional development programmes abroad:
Participation in structured courses or training events;
Teaching and training assignments in an adult education or other relevant organisation;
Job-shadowing or observation periods in any relevant organisations active in the field of adult education.
These activities can last from two days to two months, and in some cases up to a year.
Strategic Partnerships in the field of adult education
Erasmus+ provides opportunities for adult education institutions and organisations across Europe to work together to exchange new practices in areas of common interest, develop new approaches, and improve quality.
Projects can focus on the themes such as basic skills and active citizenship, as well as skills that facilitate employment and social inclusion. Working with partners in different countries will help modernise adult education throughout Europe.