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Online Information Day: Partnerships for Innovation – Forward-Looking Projects 2023: 2 February 2023

Following the pandemic, the need for innovation in our education and training systems, as well as youth, has never been so great. Innovation in teaching and learning is crucial, at individual level as well as at institutional level. These innovative approaches should not only provide today’s and tomorrow’s workers with the appropriate skills for rapidly-changing labour markets, but should also arm today’s and tomorrow’s workforce with creativity and skills to confront the growing complexity of societal challenges that we all face such as climate change, the protection of biodiversity, clean energy, public health, digitalization and automation, artificial intelligence, robotics and data analysis.

This action will aim to foster innovation, creativity and participation, as well as social entrepreneurship in different fields of education and training, within sectors or across sectors and disciplines.

Forward-Looking Projects are large-scale projects that aim to identify, develop, test and/or assess innovative (policy) approaches that have the potential to become mainstreamed, thus improving education and training systems. They will support forward-looking ideas that respond to key European priorities and that have the potential to become mainstreamed, to give input for improving education, training and youth systems, and to bring a substantial innovative effect in terms of methods and practices to all types of learning and active participation settings for Europe’s social cohesion.

The goal is to support transnational cooperation projects implementing a coherent and comprehensive set of sectoral or cross-sectoral activities that either:

  1. a) foster innovation in terms of scope, ground-breaking methods and practices, and/or
  2. b) ensure a transfer of innovation (across countries, policy sectors or target groups), thus ensuring at European level a sustainable exploitation of innovative project results and/or transferability into different contexts and audiences.

The three lots under this call are the following:

Lot 1: Digital education (cross-sectoral)

Projects under Lot 1 can address different educational sectors or bridge educational sectors, and must support high quality and inclusive digital education, in line with the Digital Education Action Plan.

Proposals under this Lot should address one of the following three priorities:

  • Priority 1: Education technology (edTech): scaling up of EU-based solutions through cooperation and quality assurance;
  • Priority 2:Effective pedagogical approaches on informatics for primary and secondary level of education;
  • Priority 3:Teacher training and curriculum development in tackling disinformation and promoting digital literacy.

Lot 2: Vocational Education and Training (VET)

Projects under Lot 2 address the VET sector. These projects support the implementation of the principles and objectives of the European Pillar of Social Rights Action Plan, the European Skills Agenda, the Council Recommendation on vocational education and training for sustainable competitiveness, social fairness and resilience and the Osnabrück Declaration on vocational education and training as an enabler of recovery and just transitions to digital and green economies.

Proposals submitted under Lot 2 must address one of the two following priorities:

  • Priority 4:Micro-credentials for employability;
  • Priority 5:Improving the attractiveness of Vocational Education and Training (VET) through partnerships and networks of VET providers.

Lot 3: Adult learning

Projects under Lot 3 address the adult learning policy area. These projects support the implementation of the principles and objectives of the European Pillar of Social Rights Action Plan, the European Skills Agenda and the Council Recommendation on Upskilling Pathways: New Opportunities for Adults.

Proposals submitted under Lot 3 must address one of the two following priorities:

  • Priority 6:Development of national registries of quality-assured and labour market relevant training opportunities;
  • Priority 7: Supporting the Pact for Skills

The total allocated budget for the action is €35,000,000.

If you want to know more about the action, please consult the 2023 Erasmus+ Programme Guide, available in all official EU languages at this link.

You will find more details about the three lots of the Forward-Looking Projects on the Funding and Tender Opportunities Portal.

You are kindly invited to attend the Forward-Looking Projects 2023 online information day, co-organised by the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) and the European Commission. The info day will take place on 2 February 2023 from 14:00 to 17:45 CET.

For more details, please consult the provisional agenda below.

You will be able to join the info session by clicking on the link to the web-streaming service that will be provided soon on the current page. There is no prior registration necessary.

You can submit all your questions and comments before, during and after the info day via the following email address: EACEA-POLICY-SUPPORT@ec.europa.eu. We will try to answer them live, however if there is a large volume of queries, we will reply to your email as soon as possible through the mailbox itself. During the event, the tool Slido will be used for interaction.

Shortly after the info day, the recording and the presentations of the sessions will be made available on the EACEA website, under News & EventsSearch for available translations of the preceding linkEN•••.

After the info day, the FAQs will be made available on the Funding and Tender Opportunities Portal.

In the meantime, we invite you to check the web page of the info session organised last year for the Forward-Looking Projects 2022 call available hereSearch for available translations of the preceding linkEN•••, as it contains the recording and presentations of the event. Although the 2023 call has some features which differ from the 2022 call, the sessions from the previous info day are particularly helpful for preparing a new application:

III – How to Prepare an Application?

IV – Submission process and budget

  • fund (EU)
  • 2 February 2023, 14:00 CET- 2 February 2023, 17:45 CET

Practical information

When

Thursday 2 February 2023, 14:00 CET – Thursday 2 February 2023, 17:45 CET

Where

The Info Day will be webstreamed

Languages

English

Description

 

Info Day: Partnerships for Innovation 2023

© EACEA, 2023

Provisional agenda

13.30 – 14.00 Connecting remotely to the meeting
14.00 – 14.20 I – Welcome and Policy Context
14.20 – 16.00 II – Call priorities
  Lot 1: Digital Education (cross-sectoral)
14.20 – 14.30 Priority 1: Education technology (edTech): scaling up of EU-based solutions through cooperation and quality assurance.
14.30 – 14.40 Priority 2: Effective pedagogical approaches on informatics for primary and secondary level education.
14.40 – 14.50 Priority 3: Teacher training and curriculum development in tackling disinformation and promoting digital literacy.
14.50 – 15.00 Q&A on Lot 1
  Lot 2: Vocational Education and Training
15.00 – 15.10 Priority 4: Micro-credentials for employability
15.10 – 15.20 Priority 5: Improving the attractiveness of Vocational Education and Training (VET) through partnerships and networks of VET providers.
15.20 – 15.30 Q&A on Lot 2
  Lot 3: Adult learning
15.30 – 15.40 Priority 6: Development of national registries of quality-assured and labour market relevant training opportunities.
15.40 – 15.50 Priority 7: Supporting the Pact for Skills
15.50 – 16.00 Q&A on Lot 3
16.00 – 16.10 Break
  III – How to Prepare an Application
16.10 – 17.30 Eligibility, Selection, Award Criteria and Do’s and Don’ts
17.30 – 17.45 Q&A
17.45 Meeting end