Preparing Erasmus+ KA1 project can be stressful and time consuming, but if you plan well ahead and leave enough time for writing and developing your ideas, your organization might benefit immensely if your project is approved.
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If this is the first time If you are applying for the first time, you might have some questions that you would like to find answers to. As Erasmus+ teacher training centre we have been answering these questions for years and have written a list of answers that we regularly reply to. We hope you will find them useful as well. If you would like to apply for Erasmus+ KA1 project this is what you have to do:
1. Leave plenty of time for planning and writing Erasmus+ KA1 Project.
If you are writing this kind of project, it is crucial to get acquainted with all the rules and steps you need to make before even sitting down to write any of your proposal ideas. This can take a while so it is important to leave enough time to do all this. It is a good idea to start with reading Erasmus+ Programme Guide to get general information on the programme. Plan at least one to two months for this process. If you haven’t started yet, the deadline is near, so it is the last minute to begin.
2. Create an EU Login account
First thing to do would be to create an EU Login account, and you can do this here. Access the Organisation Registration system for Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps: https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/erasmus-esc/organisation-registration and register on behalf of the organisation/group. Once the registration is completed, the organisation/group will obtain an Organisation ID.
3. Getting a PIC code is like getting a travel ticket
You can pack your suitcases, you can even get to the airport, but if you don’t have a ticket, you can’t actually travel anywhere. PIC code stands for Participant Identification Code and it is necessary if you wish to participate in any kind of Erasmus+ programme. In order to get it, you need to register in EU Participant Portal. When applying, you will need to write our PIC code as well to include us as your partners. Our PIC code is 932905455.
4. Fill in KA1 web application form
Next thing to do is to fill Web Application Form. You can do this here. This is a site that guides you through application process for Web forms. It is extremely user friendly and easy to follow. All applicants are required to submit their application online to the appropriate National Agency of their country. Don’t forget that deadline for submitting your Erasmus+ KA1 project this year is 5 th February 2020 at 11:00 AM. It is advisable not to wait for the last minute to do it.
5. Submit your Erasmus+ KA1 Project
After you have submitted your project, sit back, relax, breathe out, and wait for the results. Hopefully, your project will receive a grant, and we will see each other in one of engaging courses in Split, Croatia.