With Erasmus+, training opportunities are available to staff working in education, both in teaching and non-teaching capacities.
Training periods abroad can consist of job shadowing, observation periods, professional development courses or specific competence-building events.
Erasmus+ supports training both at education institutions and at relevant organisations operating outside the sector.
Opportunities to take part in professional development activities are available to staff working at all levels of education.
Erasmus+ supports training periods for staff working in higher education institutions. With Erasmus+, you can train at a higher education institution in an Erasmus+ Programme or Partner country. If you are working in a higher education institution in a Programme country, you can also train at an organisation outside the sector in a Programme country or a Partner country.
Staff training in higher education institutions
Vocational education and training
Erasmus+ supports the professional development of people working in vocational education and training (VET) through training periods abroad. These opportunities can consist of structured courses, training assignments or job shadowing periods at VET institution or at another relevant organisation, based in an Erasmus+ Programme country.
Training for people in VET institutions
Erasmus+ supports training activities abroad for professionals involved in pre-primary, primary and secondary school education. These opportunities can consist of structured courses, training assignments or job shadowing periods at schools and other relevant organisations involved in school education, based in an Erasmus+ Programme country.
Training for school professionals
Erasmus+ supports training assignments at adult education organisations abroad. These opportunities can consist of structured courses, training assignments or job shadowing periods at organisations involved in adult education, based in Erasmus+ Programme country.
Adult education training programmes
Staff with physical, mental or health-related conditions
Additional funding is available and staff have the right to the same support services offered to local staff by receiving institutions.