Cultural Mediation & Storytelling in Museums - using theatre
Cultural Mediation & Storytelling in Museums - using video
Cultural Mediation & Storytelling in Museums - using digital technologies

Cultural Mediation & Storytelling in Museums
using theatre, video and digital technologies

how to apply

Procedure if you want to take part in the five-day during Grundtvig In service Training
Cultural Mediation & Storytelling in Museums - using theatre, video and digital technologies”:

Download the pre-registration form from this website, fill it out and send this, together with a short CV and short motivation letter to the course coordinator (mascha.bom@cultureforall.eu);
You will then receive the invitation letter (which you might need for your grant application).
The training course is published in the Comenius - Grundtvig Training Database with the reference number IT-2014-1063-001. (you can find the Comenius-Grundtvig database description also in the download section on this website).

If you are an EU-citizen you can apply for an European Grundtvig In service Training mobility grant that covers the training fee (€ 650) and also your travel, accommodation and subsistence costs.

Go to http://ec.europa.eu/education/lifelong-learning-programme/national_en.htm to identify your National Agency, download the Grundtvig In-Service Training grant application form from the website of your Agency, fill in the form, submit it on-line, print it and send a signed paper copy to your National Agency before the deadline, 17 September 2013. Please, check the website of your National Agency for more information on the application process and eventual special requirements.

About the grant
Both non-EU citizens and EU-citizens are welcome to participate in this course!
However, to be eligible for the EU-grant applicants must be either:
- a national of a country participating in the Lifelong Learning Programme*;
- a national of other countries enrolled in regular courses in schools, institutions of higher education or vocational training, or in adult learning organisations in a participating country, employed or living in a participating country,under the conditions fixed by each of the participating countries, taking into account the nature of the programme.
*Countries participating in the Lifelong Learning Programme:
- The EU Member States, including their overseas countries and territories (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden).
- Candidate Countries (Turkey and Croatia).
- EEA/EFTA Countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway).
- Switzerland

Italian participants
The objective of Grundtvig In-Service Trainings is to help improve the quality of lifelong learning by enabling persons working in the field of adult learning, in the broadest sense, to undertake a training course in a country other than that in which they normally live or work.
Participants with the Italian nationality are very welcome to the course but they can only apply for a grant if they are not living or working in Italy itself, but in another, above stated, country.

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us!