The Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP) consists of programmes, each of which consists of a series of different activities. These programmes are beneficial both to youths and to career guidance practitioners.
Comenius is primarily aimed at anyone in preschool, compulsory school or upper secondary school. The programme gives financial support for cooperation projects, work experience, further education, student and teacher exchanges, and more.
Erasmus is the European Union’s largest programme for higher education. The programme facilitates work experience and exchanges for both students and teachers in Europe, as well as support for cooperation between seats of learning.
Leonardo Da Vinci is for vocational training and skills development. The programme supports projects for further development and innovation in vocational training. There are also opportunities for work experience and European exchanges for pupils and staff.
Grundtvig is for all organisations and education coordinators in adult education. The programme supports different types of cooperation projects and offers grants for further education.
Euroguidance support career guidance practitioners in their work by providing information on training and learning opportunities.
Others useful websites:
European Commission - Youth
- European Commission Contacts
- Executive Agency - Education, Audiovisual & Culture - Youth in Action
Youth in Action Programme Malta