Improvement of training and assessment considering areas such as:
The European Commission’s 2020 Erasmus+ programme guide defines dissemination as “a planned process of providing information on results and initiatives to key actors”. Dissemination is aimed at maximising the achievements of a project by informing and influencing key target and stakeholder groups. Dissemination can serve a variety of purposes: to share outcomes, results and lessons learnt among partner institutions, but also with a wider community; to extend the impact of the project; to improve the sustainability of the project; to raise awareness; to engage with stakeholders; to share solutions to problems; to influence policy and practice; and to generate new partnerships and collaborative work.
For the purposes of this plan, dissemination is defined as that which happens throughout the duration of the project, while exploitation is viewed as that which occurs at the end of and after finalisation of the project’s lifetime. Since this project is still in the midst of its life and funding cycle, this report will therefore henceforth refer to dissemination only.
In keeping with the above definition of dissemination, the objectives of this plan are to strategically facilitate the transfer of information about the project to relevant target and stakeholder groups