ERASMUS+ is a program that provides funding for individuals and organizations to participate in education, training, youth, and sports activities within Europe. Here's a list of important documents that you can't forget if you wish to have a successful ERASMUS+ KA1 experience.
The ERASMUS+ application form is used to apply for funding through the ERASMUS+ program. It typically consists of several sections, including personal information about the applicant, details about the project for which funding is being sought, and information about the budget and proposed activities. The application form also includes sections on the objectives and expected outcomes of the project, as well as the roles and responsibilities of the participants. The exact contents of the application form may vary depending on the specific activity or project being proposed.
Once your project gets accepted, your organization will have to sign a grant agreement with your National Agency. This agreement outlines the terms and conditions of the funding.
Declaration on Honour
The Declaration on Honour is a document that applicants for Erasmus+ funding must complete and submit as part of their application. It is a formal statement in which the applicant affirms that the information provided in the application is accurate and that the project or activity for which funding is requested complies with all relevant rules and regulations. By signing the Declaration on Honour, the applicant is accepting responsibility for the accuracy of the information provided and is committing to fulfilling all of the obligations associated with the funding.
The Declaration on Honour is an important part of the Erasmus+ application process, as it helps to ensure the integrity of the program and the trustworthiness of the applicants. It is a legal document that carries serious consequences if it is not completed accurately or if the applicant fails to fulfill the obligations associated with the funding.
A mobility agreement is a document that outlines the terms and conditions of participation in a mobility project funded by the ERASMUS+ program. This agreement is typically signed by the participants in the project, as well as by the coordinating organization and the funding body. The mobility agreement typically includes details about the project, such as its goals and objectives, the activities to be undertaken, and the roles and responsibilities of the participants. It may also include information about the funding provided, as well as any reporting requirements or other conditions that must be met in order for the funding to be disbursed. The mobility agreement is an important document that helps to ensure that all parties involved in the project understand their obligations and are committed to working together to achieve the project's goals.
Certificate of Attendance
The certificate of attendance is a document that is typically issued to participants in an ERASMUS+ KA1 mobility project to confirm their participation in the project and the activities they have completed. The certificate of attendance typically includes information about the project, the dates of the participant's participation, and the activities they have completed. It may also include the signature of the coordinating organization or other responsible parties. The certificate of attendance is an important document for participants to provide evidence of their participation in the ERASMUS+ project and may be required for the purposes of reporting or evaluation.
Europass Mobility Certificate
The Europass mobility certificate is a document that is issued to participants in an ERASMUS+ KA1 mobility project to provide evidence of the skills and competencies they have acquired through their participation in the project. The Europass mobility certificate is based on the Europass framework, which is a standardized way of describing and documenting skills and qualifications in Europe. The Europass mobility certificate includes information about the project, the participant's personal details, the skills and competencies they have acquired, and the period of their participation. It may also include the signature of the coordinating organization or other responsible parties. The Europass mobility certificate is an important document for participants to provide evidence of the skills and competencies they have developed through their participation in the ERASMUS+ project but is not obligatory for every project.
The final report is a document that is typically required to be submitted by participants in an ERASMUS+ project at the end of the project period. The final report provides an overview of the project, including its goals and objectives, the activities that were undertaken, and the results and outcomes achieved. It may also include information about the impact of the project, as well as any challenges or lessons learned. The final report is an important document for evaluating the success of the project and identifying areas for improvement. It is typically reviewed by the funding body (usually National Agencies) and may be used to inform future funding decisions.
The Beneficiary Module is an online platform provided by the European Commission for managing and reporting on ERASMUS+ projects. The Beneficiary Module allows organizations and individuals that have received funding through the ERASMUS+ program to submit reports and other required documents, as well as to access information about their projects and the funding they have received. The Beneficiary Module is an important tool for managing and reporting on ERASMUS+ projects and is a key component of the program's accountability and transparency mechanisms. Since this platform was first introduced in 2021 and is still being developed, there are some instances where it might not function properly, so all the bugs and system interruptions should be communicated to the National Agency.
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