Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCAs) are tools for National Agencies (NAs) to form partnerships and to contribute to achieving the aims of the Erasmus+ programme.
TCAs are organized by Erasmus+ National Agencies with the purpose of bringing added value and increasing the overall quality of the Erasmus+ programme.
TCAs can be workshops, seminars and other types of events or activities (such as research) that focus on sharing good practices, lessons learnt and provide networking opportunities amongst Erasmus+ stakeholders, to increase the impact of the Erasmus+ programme at systemic level.
According to the Guide for Erasmus+ National Agencies, NAs may organise the following activities in transnational cooperation in the field of education and training:
Transnational training, support and contact seminars of potential Erasmus+ Programme participants;
Transnational thematic activities linked to the objectives, priority target groups and themes of the Erasmus+ Programme.
Transnational evidence based analysis of Programme results.
The first TCA lifecycle advanced training has been held for National Agency colleagues in Budapest on 29-30 October 2019.
30 participants from 23 National Agencies attended the two-day course.
Two modules of the TCA lifecycle advanced course were presented:
· Outcome-based strategic planning of TCA-s (29 October)
· Collaboration in TCA management (30 October).
Training materials are available on SALTO platform in Library>>Documentary menu under Trainings and materials section (when logged-in).