The European Commission is ultimately responsible for the running of the Erasmus+ Programme. It manages the budget and sets priorities, targets and criteria for the Programme on an on-going basis. Furthermore, it guides and monitors the general implementation, follow-up and evaluation of the Programme at European level. The European Commission also bears the overall responsibility for the supervision and coordination of the structures in charge of implementing the Programme at national level.
Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCAs) are tools for the Erasmus+ National Agencies (NAs) to form partnerships to increase the impact of the Erasmus+ programme at systemic level.
The SALTO Education and Training TCA Resource Centre was established by the European Commission in 2018 to support Erasmus+ National Agencies to improve their transnational cooperation activities (TCAs).
The TCA Resource Centre aims to fulfil its assignment in a way to best meet the expectations of all stakeholder groups including the European Commission, therefore the Resource Centre management keeps regular contact with the EC regarding the planning and the realization of its workplan.Read more...
The Erasmus+ Programme shall contribute to the achievement of:
the objectives of the Europe 2020 Strategy;
the objectives of the strategic framework for European cooperation in education and training (ET 2020), including the corresponding benchmarks;
the sustainable development of Partner Countries in the field of higher education;
the overall objectives of the renewed framework for European cooperation in the youth field (2010-2018);
the objective of developing the European dimension in sport, in particular grassroots sport, in line with the EU work plan for sport;
the promotion of European values in accordance with Article 2 of the Treaty on the European Union.
Source: Erasmus+ Programme Guide 2018
The annual TCA Officers’ Meeting was conducted on 29-30 May 2018 in Budapest with the participation of 56 representatives from Erasmus+ National Agencies from 34 European countries.
In different interactive sessions, participants discussed the project cycle of TCAs from the aspects of planning and promotion; selection and realization; follow up and dissemination.
TCA officers shared best practices with each other and listened to a presentation about learning outcomes. The audience could benefit from the key messages delivered by the representative of SALTO Youth Training and Cooperation Resource Centre. Planning of TCAs for 2019 was also on the Agenda as well as the introduction of the IT Platform and its functionalities.
We are pleased to share with you the agenda of the annual TCA Officers’ Meeting held in Budapest between 29-30 May, 2018.
We happily announce that as of 1 January 2018 the SALTO Education and Training TCA Resource Centre has started its operations.