Araxa Edu

Leyla Kemal

Education Programs Consultant






Prof. Dr. Şaban TEKİN

Education Programs Consultant


Erasmus+ Ka1 Courses Coordinator and Education Programs Consultant






Dr. Aysel KILIÇ

Education Programs Consultant


Semra Deniz Ağgül

Edward Chome

 Edward Chome 

           Mariya Alsu         

Monika Stawska

   Nuno Santos

   Miguel Ángel Gandullo López

KA1 Courses

Erasmus+ Courses

Erasmus+ Training Courses

Erasmus+ KA1 Courses

Erasmus+ KA1 Teaching Training

Staff Mobility KA1 Erasmus

Erasmus+ Courses

  1. English Language For All Teachers
  2. Dyslexia, Dysgraphia And Dyscalculia Methods For Inclusive Teaching
  3. Content And Language Integrated Learning
  4. Creative, Critical, And Lateral Thinking For Inclusion
  5. ICT For Students’ Inclusion
  6. Methods And Techniques For Inclusive Education And Reduce Early School Leaving
  7. Principles Of Classroom Assessment
  8. Gamification In Education
  9. Designing Inclusive Learning Environments
  10. Autism Spectrum Disorder. Support My Differences!
  11. Flipped Classroom 101
  12. ICT In My Class
  13. Teach Coding To Students
  14. Digital Games And Storytelling
  15. Project-Based Learning And Problem-Based Learning
  16. Online Safety And Cyberbullying
  17. Environmental And Outdoor Education
  18. Media Education And Media Literacy
  19. Eco-Friendly Classroom In The Digital Age
  20. Diversity And Gender Equality In The Class
  21. Stem Activities For Students
  22. Teacher Burnout
  23. Online Teaching Strategies
  24. Integration Of Immigrant Children In Schools
  25. Multicultural Classroom
  26. Effective Classroom Management
  27. Critical And Creative Thinking
  28. Creative Drama Class
  29. Coaching Within Education
  30. Bullying And Learning Differences
  31. A Whole School Approach To Tackling Early School Leaving
  32. Leadership and Management in Education
  33. Mindfulness in the Classroom
  34. Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) Strategies for Teachers
  35. The Art of Teaching: Cultivating Creativity and Imagination in Students
  36. Differentiated Instruction for Diverse Learners
  37. 21st Century Skills: Preparing Students for the Future Workplace
  38. Integrating Arts and Creativity into STEM Education
  39. Agile Teaching: Adapting to Changing Circumstances in the Classroom
  40. Using Social Media for Educational Purposes
  41. Teaching Financial Literacy Skills to Students
  42. Storytelling in the Classroom: Using Narratives to Teach and Engage Students
  43. Blended Learning: Combining Online and Traditional Classroom Instruction


Useful information and resources




  • Mobility projects for learners and staff in higher education, vocational education and training (VET), school education, adult education, and youth;
  • Youth participation activities.
  • DiscoverEU – Inclusion Action
  • Mobility for sport coaches
  • Virtual exchanges in higher education and youth




The Actions supported under this KA are expected to bring positive and long-lasting effects on the participants and participating organisations involved, as well as on the policy systems in which such activities are framed.

As regards pupils, students, trainees, apprentices, adult learners and young people, the mobility activities supported under this KA are meant to produce one or more of the following outcomes:

  • improved learning performance;
  • enhanced employability and improved career prospects;
  • increased sense of initiative and entrepreneurship;
  • increased self-empowerment and self-esteem;
  • improved foreign language and digital competences;
  • enhanced intercultural awareness;
  • more active participation in society;
  • enhanced positive interactions with people from different backgrounds;
  • better awareness of the European project and the EU values;
  • increased motivation for taking part in future (formal/non-formal) education or training after the mobility period abroad.




Organisations active in the fields of education, training and youth will receive support from the Erasmus+ Programme to carry out projects promoting different types of mobility. A mobility project will consist of the following stages:

  • Planning (including defining the learning outcomes, activity formats, development of work programme, schedule of activities)
  • Preparation (including practical arrangements, selection of participants, set up of agreements with partners and participants, linguistic/intercultural/learning- and task-related preparation of participants before departure);
  • Implementation of the mobility activities;
  • Follow-up (including the evaluation of the activities, the validation and formal recognition – where applicable – of the learning outcomes of participants during the activity, as well as the dissemination and use of the project’s outcomes).


Erasmus+ offers space for developing mobility activities that involve partner organisations with different backgrounds and active in different fields or socio-economic sectors (e.g. traineeships of university students or VET learners in enterprises, NGOs, public bodies; teachers in schools following professional development courses in companies or training centres; business experts giving lectures or training in higher education institutions, etc.).


In the field of Education and Training:

  • Mobility projects for higher education students and staff;
  • Mobility projects for VET learners and staff;
  • Mobility projects for school pupils and staff;
  • Mobility projects for adult education learners and staff.




Erasmus accreditation is a tool for organisations in vocational education and training (VET), school education and adult education that want to open up to cross-border exchange and cooperation. Award of the Erasmus accreditation confirms that the applicant has set up a plan to implement high-quality mobility activities as part of a wider effort to develop their organisation. This plan is called an Erasmus Plan and it is a key part of the application for Erasmus accreditation. Applicants can apply for an individual Erasmus accreditation for their organisation, or for an Erasmus accreditation for mobility consortium coordinators, as explained below. Previous experience in the Programme is not required to apply. Organisations that already have an Erasmus accreditation may be awarded an excellence label to recognise their past work and dedication to quality.




  • Increasing the quality of teaching and learning in school education by:
  • supporting professional development of teachers, school leaders and other school staff
  • promoting the use of new technologies and innovative teaching methods
  • improving language learning and language diversity in schools
  • supporting the sharing and transfer of best practices in teaching and school development


Who can apply?


In the field of school education:

(1) Schools providing general education at the pre-primary, primary or secondary level

(2) Local and regional public authorities, coordination bodies and other organisations with a role in the field of school education


In the field of adult education:

(1) Organisations providing formal, informal and non-formal adult education

 (2) Local and regional public authorities, coordination bodies and other organisations with a role in the field of adult education


Quality standards for courses under KA1 (learning mobility of individuals)

Information and transparency


Advance and complete information about the Erasmus+  course: before registration, the participants must be informed about the background and previous experience of the course provider and the involved trainer(s), the targeted public, the necessary background in relation with the learning objectives and methodologies of the course, size and composition of the course group, language, content, objectives, pedagogical approach, teaching methods and learning outcomes, as well as dates, duration, location and schedule of the activities.

Application process: the Erasmus+  course provider must offer a straightforward, accessible and transparent application and selection process.

Preparation: The Erasmus+  course provider must inform the participants in good time about necessary preparation provisions they need to accomplish, as well as a list of the equipment necessary for the course or training.

Transparent costs: all fees necessary to participate in the Erasmus+  course must be clearly presented to the participants before registration, together with a list of services that these fees cover. The participants must also be made aware of any optional services that need to be paid separately. The terms and conditions of participation in the Erasmus+  course must be defined in writing.

Changes and cancellations: in case of changes in fees, content, dates, location or schedule of the activities, the participant must be offered the possibility to cancel their participation at no extra costs and with at reasonable advance notice. Cancellation of the participation and reimbursement in case of events outside of the participant’s and course provider’s control (such as natural disasters or serious transport disruptions) must be included in the terms and conditions of the course.

Content and pedagogy


High-quality teaching: the pedagogical approaches must be appropriate, up-to-date and adapted to participants’ learning needs and competence levels. The Erasmus+  course should combine theory with practical application and should include a well-designed approach to monitoring and assessment with clear feedback to participants.

Inspiring and interactive learning: the course should trigger reflection and new perspectives for each participant. It should be engaging and interactive, it should facilitate sharing and productive dialogue between participants. The Erasmus+  course provider must ensure that their staff members are positive, constructive, and respectful, and create a supporting learning environment.

Trustworthy, innovative and relevant content: the content of the course must be up-to-date, and evidence-based, and it needs to draw on recent research and practice in the field. It should be clear how the Erasmus+  course content relates to the Erasmus+  course topic and how it can be used by the participants in their own context.

Use of digital tools and blended learning: the use of digital tools is strongly recommended to enrich and complement the learning process before, during or after the physical course. Online learning activities should be carried out with an appropriate learning management system in order to blend both synchronous (all types of learning where teachers/educators and learners are in the same place and at the same time) and asynchronous learning (all types of learning that do not occur in the same place and at the same time).

European dimension

European values and policies: the Erasmus+  course should reflect the values of the European Union and contribute to the European policies supported by the Erasmus+ programme.

Composition of the group and networking opportunities: the course provider should ensure that the composition of the group and the setup of the course gives participants opportunities to meet their peers from other countries. Participants should be able to share diverse practices and experiences; benefit from intercultural learning; and establish contacts with potential partners for future cooperation and exchange.

Services and facilities

Support: before, during, and after the Erasmus+  course, the course provider must address questions, queries and requests by participants in a timely and effective way.

Qualified staff: teachers, trainers and speakers providing the Erasmus+  course content must have adequate qualification, recognized and up-to-date expertise and experience to deliver the Erasmus+  course or training curriculum. They must be able to teach and interact with a multicultural audience and must be proficient in the language of the Erasmus+  course.

Duration and schedule of the Erasmus+  course: the duration of the course must be proportionate to the course objectives. A day of physical course activities must include at least five hours of learning activities (the minimum duration can be applied on average, taking into account all working days of the Erasmus+  course). Other activities should complement the formal learning activities to enhance social, cultural and professional interactions between participants.

Venue: the venue(s) of the Erasmus+  course (or format in case of online sessions) must be adapted to the defined learning objectives and learning strategies used. The venue must be appropriate for the number of involved participants, must comply with relevant health and safety standards, and must be accessible to persons with disabilities.

Inclusion: Erasmus+  course providers must offer their services in an inclusive way, without any type of discrimination. Particular attention must be paid to allow equal access to participants with special educational needs.

Feedback: participants must have the opportunity to provide an assessment of the course and feedback about their experience. The feedback should be used to improve the future sessions. The Erasmus+  course provider must also offer the possibility of complaints. Submitted complaints must be addressed in a timely, efficient, fair, and constructive manner.


Continued learning: the Erasmus+ course provider should provide guidance to the participants on further steps that they can take to follow up and build on the outcomes of the course.

Facilitating institutional impact: the Erasmus+  course provider should offer guidance and materials to facilitate the transfer of acquired knowledge and competences into practice at the participants’ institutions.

Certification of learning outcomes: certification must be provided to the participants. The certificate must include the name of the participant, short description of the Erasmus+  course and its learning outcomes, dates, venues, the name of the Erasmus+  course provider and the Erasmus+  course instructor(s). The use of European recognition instruments (e.g. Europass) is strongly recommended. ( Source:



“Explore Opportunities in European Education and Training: Useful Links and Platforms”


























Subscribe to Our Newsletter 

Please fill out the form below to stay updated on our latest officially confirmed courses and updates. 

Thank you for subscribing!