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Mobility Projects

The "Mobility" action is one of the main measures of this programme and provides for financial support to projects organising trans-national training placements for young people in vocational education and training as well as projects allowing the exchange of experiences of trainers or human resources managers between European countries.

The placements and exchanges are always organised in the framework of a project. The so-called "project promoter", which has to be an organisation or institution, plans and organises the individual stays abroad for the beneficiaries. The project promoter sets up and manages the project partnership (sending organisation, host organisations, beneficiaries).


Mobility of Individuals

Type of Projects Description
Transnational Placements in Enterprises or Training
Institutions for Trainees in Initial Vocational Training
(IVT)
The action Mobility for Trainees in Initial Vocational Training(IVT) of the
Leonardo da Vinci sectoral programme aims at the support of transnational mobility of persons undergoing initial vocational education and training.
Transnational Placements in Enterprises or Training
Institutions for People in the Labour Market (PLM)
The action Transnational Placements in Enterprises or Training Institutions of the
Leonardo da Vinci sectoral programme aims at the support of transnational mobility of workers, self-employed persons or people available for employment (including graduates) undergoing a training period abroad in a vocational training context.
Placements and Exchanges
Mobility for Professionals in Vocational
Education and Training (VETPRO)
The action Mobility for Professionals in Vocational Education and Training (VETPRO) of the Leonardo da Vinci sectoral programme aims at the support of transnational mobility of persons responsible for vocational training and/or human resources.

 

Multilateral projects - Transfer of Innovation

Aim

The aim is to improve the quality of the European VET system by adapting and integrating innovative content or results from previous Leonardo da Vinci or other innovative projects into public and/or private vocational training systems and companies


Who can benefit


All institutions and organizations providing learning opportunities or involved in vocational education and training; enterprises, social partners and other representatives of working life; bodies providing guidance, counseling and information services relating to any aspects of lifelong learning; bodies responsible for VET systems and policies; research centers and bodies concerning with lifelong learning issues; higher education institutions; non-profit organizations, voluntary bodies, NGOs


Minimum size of partnership: 3 partners from 3 participating countries (at least one from EU country)


Participating countries: 27 EU countries, Iceland, Norwegen, Liechtenstein, Turkey


Maximum project duration: 2 years


Maximum Community amount: 150.000 EUR/year


Maximum Community contribution: 75%

Partnership projects

• common work on training contents and topics, European dimension included
• integration of theory and practice
• exchange and transfer of experience and good practice in training methods and contents
• common development of teaching and training methods
A Leonardo da Vinci Partnership is a framework for small-scale cooperation activities between organisations working in the field of vocational education and training ("VET") which will be working on themes of mutual interest to the participating organisations.


Projects can focus more on the active participation of trainees, while others will concentrate on the cooperation between teachers, trainers or VET-professionals. The cooperation may not only include VET schools or institutions but also enterprises, social partners, training organisations, decision makers, stakeholders, associations, economic sector representatives. They can cooperate at national, regional or local level, but also at sector level, such as within VET-fields or economic sectors.


Partnership projects will fill a gap in the existing Leonardo da Vinci actions, i.e. the pure mobility projects and the bigger transfer of innovation projects, as they allow for cooperation in VET beyond mobility activities without, however, demanding large scale cooperation involving big budgets as in the Transfer of Innovation. Partnerships could also be used to continue to cooperate on results achieved in a previous project or be a first step towards a mobility of transfer of innovation project.

The single Partnership type can however cover a lot of different activities. They can cover for example:

Exchanging teaching staff and/or trainees  • application of common training contents in VET institutions
• exchange of staff and trainees involved in project activities
• active cooperation between teacher, trainers and trainees
Producing something in common • making of technical objects, constructions, tangible products
• integration of theory and practice
• active cooperation between teacher, trainers and trainees
Cooperating on specific subjects • common work on training contents and topics, European dimension included
• integration of theory and practice
• exchange and transfer of experience and good practice in training methods and contents
• common development of teaching and training methods
Cooperating within a VET-field or economic sector • common work on training contents and topics, European dimension included exchange and transfer of experience and good practice in training methods and contents
• common development of teaching and training methods
• exchange of staff and trainees involved in project activities


Duration: LdV partnerships have a duration of 2 years.

 

Size of partnership: They must have at least 3 partners from 3 different countries, at least one of which is an EU Member State.


Level of grants: The grant will be paid as a flat-rate amount. The level of the grant is based on the number of "mobilities" which will at least be realised in the period of the partnership by each of the partners.

Contacts

Title Name Family name Contact Role  
PaedDr. MartinaJeřichovámartina.jerichova@naep.cz
+420 221 850 407
Leonardo - Multilateral projects, Mobilities    
Mgr. HanaKrupičkováhana.krupickova@naep.cz
+420 221 850 403
Leonardo - Mobilities, Partnerships    
Mgr. Zdeněk Nebřenskýzdenek.nebrensky@naep.cz
+420 221 850 402
Leonardo - Partnerships, Mobilities    
Mgr. OlgaPupováolga.pupova@naep.cz
+420 221 850 404
Leonardo - Mobilities    
Mgr. HelenaSlivkováhelena.slivkova@naep.cz
+420 221 850 400
Leonardo - Programme manager    
Mgr. VladanaSmotlachovávladana.smotlachova@naep.cz
+420 221 850 405
Leonardo - Mobilities, Multilateral projects    
Mgr. IvanaStránskáivana.stranska@naep.cz
+420 221 850 409
Leonardo da Vinci - Mobilities    
VenetaTončevováveneta.toncevova@naep.cz
+420 221 850 406
Leonardo - Mobilities    
TerezaWohlgemuthovátereza.wohlgemuthova@naep.cz
+420 221 850 401
Leonardo - Mobilities    

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