Erasmus for All – your viewsPosted: June 21, 2012
The Lifelong Learning Programme will be drawing to an end next year and will be replaced by a new programme, currently called Erasmus for All.
We recently held a panel discussion on the topic during our Thematic Networking event in May where a panel of UK experts gave their views on the proposal for the future EU education and youth programme. During the discussion we tweeted some of the points raised which included:
After the panel discussion I took the opportunity to catch up with two of the panellists, firstly I spoke to Mark Ravenhall from NIACE:
Secondly I spoke to Iverene Bromfield an experienced promoter, in all parts of the Lifelong Learning Programme, from Angus College. Iverene told me that she thinks Erasmus for All will be a welcome development, currently Angus College finds that the different actions with their different rules and eligibility criteria can be an administrative nightmare, but they are hoping that Erasmus for All will bring forward a simplification of the current administrative processes. She went on to say:
What do you think of Erasmus for All?
We would be interested in knowing your thoughts, concerns and expectations of the proposed programme. Why not leave us a comment below or tweet @llpukecorys using #erasmusforall to share your views?
You can find out more about the changes to the Lifelong Learning Programme and the current information on Erasmus for All on our websites: www.leonardo.org.uk/erasmusforall