Calderdale College Looking to Share Best Practice Apprenticeship Model through ERASMUS+

Calderdale College Looking to Share Best Practice Apprenticeship Model through ERASMUS+

Calderdale College are currently looking to apply for the ERASMUS+ Project which refers to “Challenging the Barriers to Apprenticeship Engagement for SME’s”. As part of this this project we are looking to engage with organisations based in the UK and Europe to share best practice and discuss the different barriers faced with engaging apprenticeships in SME’s.

As part of this Calderdale College has produced a proposed project outline; if you are interested in working with us on this project or you feel that you can support our application the project proposal is available to download here: Calderdale College Erasmus+ Proposed Project

For more information about the ERASMUS+ project you can download the call for proposals here:

CALL FOR PROPOSALS — EACEA/41/2015 under the Erasmus+ Programme ‘KA3 — Support for small and medium sized enterprises engaging in apprenticeships’

Please note that this project does not provide financial support to SME’s directly for the delivery of apprenticeships. The purpose of the project is to develop partnerships and build on capacity of intermediary bodies (such as Chamber of Commerce) to support apprenticeships in SME’s

If you could like more information or wish to discuss this further please contact: katherineh@calderdale.ac.uk 

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