Call for proposals: Lifelong Learning Programme - 2010 call
Budget line / available budget
The total budget earmarked for this call is estimated at EUR 1 016 million. In addition an estimated total budget of EUR 1,9 million is earmarked for the participation of Croatia and of EUR 1,1 million is earmarked for the participation of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
Objectives and supported actions in the field of ENAR's work
1.2.1. Priority 1: The development of approaches to teaching and learning that support the acquisition by all students of ‘transversal’ key competences
Increasingly, initial education is called on to provide learners with "transversal" key competences (see key competences 4 to 8), which do not fit into any single ‘subject’ and therefore require a coordinated approach across a wide range of school staff. There is a particular need to improve students’ motivation to learn and learning to learn skills. Projects should focus on the development, testing and implementation of courses, pedagogical materials and methods, and innovative strategies (e.g. team teaching) designed to:
1.2.2. Priority 2: Improving reading literacy and other basic skills
The level of reading literacy skills among school students across the EU is not improving, and in some cases is falling. The nature of literacy is changing due to, for example, the impact of new media. There is a particular need to tackle the differences between boys’ and girls’ mastery of basic skills and, in many cases, to reinforce the basic skills of migrants (including mastery of the language of the host country) and those at a socio-economic disadvantage.
4.2.4. Priority 4: Improving validation of non-formal and informal learning
Under this priority projects should focus on producing, testing and implementing methods tools and materials for:
4.2.5. Priority 5: Promoting adult learning for marginalised and disadvantaged citizens and migrants
Under this priority projects should give rise to concrete and disseminable outputs (methods, tools, materials) focussing on aspects such as:
4.3.4. Priority 4: Validation and certification
Under this priority networks should focus on:
The Lifelong Learning Programme applies to all types and levels of education and vocational education and training and it is accessible to all the entities listed in Article 4 of the Decision.
Applicants must be established in one of the following countries: the 27 Member States of the European Union, the EFTA-EEA countries: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, candidate countries: Turkey.
In addition, applicants from Croatia and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia are eligible for the following actions:
Please note that under the present Call, individual mobility from other countries participating in the Lifelong Learning Programme to Croatia and to the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia cannot be funded from the programme funds.
In compliance with Article 14(2) of the Decision establishing the LLP, multilateral projects and networks under Comenius, Erasmus, Leonardo da Vinci, Grundtvig and the key activities of the Transversal Programme are also open to partners from third countries which do not already participate in the Lifelong Learning Programme on the basis of Article 7 of the Decision. Please refer to the LLP Guide 2010 for the details of the actions concerned and the modalities of participation.
Decision No 1720/2006/EC
The level of grants awarded as well as the duration of projects vary depending on factors such as the type of project and the number of countries involved.
KA1 - Policy cooperation and innovation: EACEA-LLP-KA1@ec.europa.eu
Jean Monnet: EACEA-AJM@ec.europa.eu
The full text of the 'LLP General Call for proposals 2008-2010: update 2010 - Strategic Priorities', together with the 'LLP Programme Guide 2010' and the application forms, can be found at the following Internet address: http://ec.europa.eu/education/llp/doc848_en.htm
Applications must comply with all terms of the full text of the Call and be submitted on the forms provided.