Erasmus+ Staff Mobility in Building sector

From 16 to 20 of May 2018 INTERMOBEX hosted in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria some representatives of the Ausbildungszentrum-Bau of Hamburg (Germany) for an interesting Erasmus+ Staff Mobility Project about “Theorical and Practical Training in the field of Construction”.

The team that we accompanied during 3 days for a tour of local training centres and companies focused on building sector was composed by

  • Mr. Torsten Rendtel – General Manager
  • Mr. Matthias Kloß – Manager of Adult Education
  • Mr. Dirk Schadewald – Trainer
  • Mrs. Patricia Sobrido Antunez – Erasmus Coordinator

The first day of mobility, after having picked up the group at the airport, it was hold an informal Welcome Meeting for the completion of projects documents and to summarize the activities of the following days (see Programme attached).


Online Linguistic Support for Erasmus Participants

Maybe you have already heard about the Online Linguistic Support for Erasmus+ participants, or maybe not. Today we want to share with you this amazing opportunity and to explain you how you can enjoy it as a mobility participant.

As known, ERASMUS+ is aimed at boosting skills and employability, as well as modernising Education, Training and Youth work, and contributing to promoting cooperation, diversity and multilingu

alism. As languages are the heart of mutual understanding and comprehension, it is essential to promote language learning among Erasmus+ mobility participants. For that reason it has been implemented the Online Linguistic Support (OLS).

The OLS supports language learning by offering to participants in Erasmus+ long-term mobility activities (Key Action 1) the opportunity to assess and improve their skills in the foreign language(s) they will use to study, work or volunteer abroad. In addition, selected participants may follow an online language course to improve their competences. (more…)

Positive effects of Erasmus+ on your chances of finding a job

Many of those who have participated in the Europe’s most exciting mobility project would say:

‘Once Erasmus, always Erasmus’. 

Even if the motto could seem far from an affirmation of your career skills, analyzing it on a deeper level, actually your Erasmus can be a formative experience that sets you on a path of growth. The months that you spend abroad as an Erasmus student or trainee can be very constructive and benefit you on a more long-term basis. Statistics demonstrate that taking part in the Erasmus program improves your cultural awareness, adaptability and language skills, transversal traits highly appreciated by employers.

But how can you develop yourself during your stay abroad?


Here following 4 tips for you to enjoy and take advantage at most of your Erasmus experience.


The best way to learn, it’s to travel

On the 1st March, the European Commission has taken first steps to implement the European Parliament’s proposal for a “Free Interrail pass for Europeans turning 18” by adopting a financing decision: it has allocated €12 million for 2018 and an estimated 20,000-30,000 young people are expected to benefit of it!

travelThis action meets perfectly the EU’s ambitions to promote learning mobility, active citizenship, social inclusion and solidarity of all young people. Moreover, it’s an interesting opportunity for young people to enjoy a travel experience that would help foster their European identity, reinforce common European values and promote the discovery of European sites and cultures. (more…)

Erasmus+ 2018 Programme Guide

Anyone who would like to have thorough knowledge of the Erasmus+ programme should carefully read the 2018 Programme Guide: here both participants and participating organisations can find full details in there of all the opportunities supported by Erasmus+.

The 2018 Erasmus+ Programme Guide is an integral part of the 2018 Erasmus+ Call for Proposals and its corrigendum (published on 15/12/2017): organisations and institutions willing to get funded in the framework of this call must comply with the conditions for participation and funding expressed in the Guide. (more…)