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Projects implemented under the Education Programme cannot generate revenue, and project results should be available on the basis of open licenses.
The number of participants in intensive training is determined by the applicant. The maximum grant amount for the entire project is a natural limitation. The number of participants should be adapted to the nature of the training itself and the methodology used. The expert, when assessing the application, will check whether the number of participants is adequate to achieve the training objectives.
The hosting institution does not have to be a project partner for a study visit to Component I. The application should only be accompanied by an invitation (scan) of the hosting institution from the Donor State accepting the scope of the visit, subject and number of participants, signed by the legal representative of the hosting institution. We do not impose an invitation form on you.
Vocational education and training is education and training aimed at providing the knowledge, know-how, skills or competences required for specific professions and in general on the labor market. For the purposes of the Education Programme, projects focusing on vocational education and training, initial or continuing, are eligible under vocational education and training activities.
The beneficiaries of this edition of the Norwegian and EEA Grants (2014-2021) are a total of 15 EU countries – Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia. Institutions from these States may be project partners in special, justified cases, whereas without the participation of an institution it is not possible to achieve the project’s objectives.
Inclusive education, as one of the priority areas of the Education Programme, relates to activities aimed at supporting people with special needs, people from disadvantaged environments, with breaks in education and with difficult access to education by creating new educational opportunities for them, increasing their participation and improving their achievements/results.
Child welfare education, as one of the priority areas of the Education Programme, relates to activities aimed at raising the competence of staff working for the overall benefit of children (including social welfare employees and staff of psychological and pedagogical institutions).
The Education Programme gives pupils the opportunity to participate in short mobility projects related to learning and training in the Donor country (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway) via Beneficiaries implementing the institutional cooperation project under Component III or IV, action b. Such mobility can last a maximum of 14 days, including a maximum of 10 class days and 2 days for travel.