Blended course for Erasmus+ KA2 cooperation partnerships proposal writing

The course is addressed to trainers and teachers, e-facilitators, project managers, researchers and all actors interested in applying for Erasmus+ KA2 Cooperation Partnerships.


Course Venue

Foligno, Italy

Content Areas
  • Creating and promoting learning opportunities among all citizens and generations
  • Improving the competences of adult educators
  • Innovative learning and teaching practices
  • Others


Fundraising, Proposal writing, Cooperation Partnerships, KA2, Networking

Potential Participants

Trainer , Educator , Staff/Professional

Course Duration (in days)


Next Available Course
From 04. Nov 2024
To 08. Nov 2024

Organised by

European Grants International Academy




The workshop is open to School teachers, VET trainers and Adults’ and Youth educators.   This is the 1st blended training on EU proposal writing in Europe with an intensive preparatory phase and actual proposal writing. The course is hands-on and practical: participants will contribute to developing a project proposal within the frame of the Small-Scale cooperation Partnerships, which is the first step to learn how to write an EU funded project. Participants will acquire theoretical knowledge, as well as carry out practical work, gaining valuable experience in project proposals, and will constantly receive support from expert mentors and tutors. Divided into smaller groups, they will complete different tasks related to planning and writing a project proposal. During the training, different tools will be made available by the organizers: examples of successful proposals; work plan for the submission processproject concept note template; detailed work plan template and GANTT; internal detailed budget template; an online collaboration platform for group work (e.g. Basecamp), etc. The course is also an excellent networking opportunity for participants who want to establish potential partnerships for future applications.

European Dimension

The multi-cultural dimension of our courses represents an added value for our participants who always have the opportunity to get in contact with colleagues from other EU countries and learn new skills through a cooperative learning approach.

Tentative Program & Schedule

Activities include 10 hours of online preparatory activities, including an introductory online meeting and self-study; 5 days face to face training and 5 hours of online follow-up activities.


Online Introduction

Overall introduction on the Programme opportunities: Erasmus+ Priorities and Sectors; the concept of Needs & Solutions. Project Work: presentation of organisations and needs assessment.

DAY 1 

Welcome, getting to know each other, analysis of the specific call; main differences among “Cooperation partnerships and Small-Scale partnerships”. Analysis of participants’ organisations and needs assessment.


Focus on KA220 “Cooperation Partnerships”: Main objectives; Expected Results; Working Packages; Overview of the application e-form. Project work: identifying the Project’s General Objective and Specific Objectives.


Focus on KA210 “Small Scale Partnerships”: Main objectives; Expected Results; Activities; Overview of the application e-form. Project work: from project’s objectives to project’s activities.


Focus on: Correct Planning of the Project activities: use of the GANTT chart; project’s budget and financial aspects. Project Work: building the project’s time plan and budget.


Focus on: Impact: definition of Impact and its different levels; definition of Sustainability; Dissemination, communication and promotion of project’s activities and results. Evaluation process: hints & Tips. Project Work: define the project’s impact strategy.


Cultural Visit, including the local implementation and impact of Erasmus+ projects.


Departure of participants.

Expected Outcome

Participants will learn about:

  • How to read and understand the Erasmus+ Call, guidelines, e-form, and tools;
  • How to plan the submission process (steps, roles, deadlines for
    tasks, division of responsibilities, collection of documents etc.) and accomplish the essential procedures to submit the proposal;
  • How to design an innovative project idea in the 5 Erasmus+ Sectors (Adult education, School, VET, Higher Education and Youth);
  • How to identify goals, objectives, activities, expected results and produce a detailed project work plan;
  • How to plan sound project management and quality assurance;
  • How to plan impact, dissemination and exploitation;
  • How to plan the financial aspects of the project and produce a balanced budget;
  • How to build a strong and balanced consortium.


Attendance certificate released at the end of the course

About Umbria Region

Training courses takes place all over the Region, depending on the period of the year, the topic and the type of the course. Besides Foligno and Perugia, our favourite locations are Trasimeno Lake in summer period, the Colfiorito mountain valley in winter and the many agritouristic facilities scattered in our beautiful countryside for the rest of the year.

Venue address

Via Andrea Vici 8b
06034 Foligno

How to Apply

Interested participants can apply online here.

The next editions of the course are scheduled 4-8 November 2024

Minimum Number Of Participants


Participation Fee

€ 400

Course Website
European Grants International Academy
European Grants International Academy

European Grants International Academy


Via Andrea Vici 8b, 06034 Foligno (PG)

Website URL

Contact persons

Altheo Valentini,