Funding covers associated costs such as:
The CARVE programs seek to make lifelong learning and mobility a reality for our participants. We want to improve the quality and efficiency of education and training received by participants on our programs through delivering key competencies. These programs foster further learning, active citizenship and intercultural dialogue. We always seek to enhance creativity and innovation, by providing participants with these transversal competences.
Interested applicants should send a CV along with a letter (No more than 500 words), outlining why they and the organisation they represent believe they should be chosen for the Scottish Mountain Bike Placement.
Please send CV as well as letter to firstname.lastname@example.org the with the subject line ‘Application Mountain Biking Scotland’.
Closing date for applications is Thursday 7th April.
Interviews will take place on the 11th & 12th of April 2016 in Landon Carver Offices, Ground Floor, Mayoralty House, Flood Street, Galway.
Briefing will take place on the weekend of the 16th April 2016 in Landon Carver Offices, Galway.
All successful candidates must attend briefing day.
Participant’s Final Report materials must be returned on date of arrival back to Ireland and Dissemination must be completed and returned within 30 days of their return to Landon Carver Offices, Ground Floor, Mayoralty House, Flood Street, Galway. Failure to do so will result in financial penalties.