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Taith Llwybr 1 Symudedd Cyfranogwyr 2024

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Atodlen 1 Cyfraddau Grantiau Llwybr 1

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Organisational Support (OS)

A contribution to any cost incurred by the organisation(s) in relation to activities in support of the physical or virtual mobility of learners and staff, both outward and inward. OS is calculated based on the number of outward and inward participants per project. Rates start at £500 per participant for the first 10 participants and reduce as participant numbers increase.

Organisations are eligible to receive an additional £25 OS funding per participant from an underrepresented background. This is claimed at the final reporting stage for each underrepresented participant reported.

OS for virtual mobilities is capped at 20 participants.


Participant Type

Grant Rate (£)

All

No. of Participants

Participant Rate

0 – 10

500

11 – 30

400

31 – 60

330

61 – 100

250

101 – 150

125

151 – 200

100

201+

80

Subsistence

A grant for living expenses, which can include accommodation, food and local transportation, whilst on a physical mobility, or preparatory visit (staff only).

Funding is calculated as a daily rate per participant. The daily rate will reduce the longer the mobility, with different rates applicable for the first 2 weeks, 2 – 8 weeks and over 8 weeks. A week is 7 days and a month is 28 days. The minimum mobility period is two weeks for students. The rate for first two weeks will be incorporated into the calculation of a longer mobility. 

Participants will not receive subsistence funding for virtual mobilities.


Participant Type

Grant Rate (£)
(Daily rate for country group 1 / 2 / 3)

Students and Accompanying Persons

First 2 weeks

26 / 24 / 22

2 – 8 weeks

18 / 16 / 14

8 weeks – 12 months

14 / 12 / 11

Staff

First 2 weeks

85 / 75 / 65

2 – 8 weeks

60 / 50 / 40

8 weeks – 12 months

35 / 30 / 25

Travel

A contribution to the direct cost of travel for inward and outward mobilities. Funding levels are based on the distance between Wales and the international partner country.

Higher grant rates will be available for participants who utilise environmentally sustainable ‘Green Travel’ options. A green travel top up is available for distances between 100km and 3999km. Beneficiaries will be required to apply for the funding top up via the completion of a request form detailing the green travel option chosen.


Participant Type

Grant Rate (£)

All

Distance

Travel rate

100 – 499km

150

500 to 1,999km 

230

2,000 to 2,999km

300

3,000 to 3,999km 

450

4,000 to 7,999km

350

8,000 to 12,000km 

600

12,000km+ 

700

Inclusion Support

Participants with Disabilities and/or Additional Learning Needs (ALN)

Participants who have a disability or additional learning need are eligible for additional funding to support their involvement in a mobility (physical or virtual). 

Funding will be held centrally by Taith and administered on an actual costs basis once participants are identified. Beneficiaries will be required to apply for funding via the completion of a request form detailing the actual costs per participant and justification.


Participant Type

Grant Rate (£)

All

100% of eligible costs

Inclusion Support

Participants from disadvantaged backgrounds

Students who are from a disadvantaged background are eligible for additional funding for travel related costs to support their involvement in a physical mobility. Travel related exceptional cost include costs of visas, passports, vaccinations, COVID-19 test(s), health insurance, appropriate clothing and luggage, as necessary. Applies to costs covering travel from/to remote area also. 

Students who are from a disadvantaged background are also eligible for an additional top up for subsistence and travel.

See Annex 1 for eligibility criteria.

Funding will be held centrally by Taith and administered on an actual costs basis once participants are identified. Beneficiaries will be required to apply for funding via the completion of a request form detailing the actual costs per participant and justification.


Participant Type

Grant Rate (£)

Students

100% of eligible costs related to exceptional travel costs.

50% additional daily subsistence grant rate 

 50% additional travel grant for destinations beyond 4,000km 

Exceptional Costs

Exceptional expensive travel

Funding available for travel from/to a remote area.

Funding will be held centrally by Taith and administered on an actual costs basis once participants are identified. Beneficiaries will be required to apply for funding via the completion of a request form detailing the actual costs per participant and justification.


Participant Type

Grant Rate (£)

All

All participants to destinations within a distance range of maximum 3,999 km: 80% of actual cost, if the original amount provided does not cover at least 70%  

Participants to destinations beyond 4,000 km: 70% actual cost, if the original amount provided does not cover at least 60% 

Exceptional Costs

Travel to a UK transport hub

A contribution to the cost of travel to a UK transport hub as part of international mobility. A UK transport hub is defined by Taith as a departure point from which the mobility departs to its international destination. For example an airport, train station, port or bus station.

Funding is available for participants from disadvantaged backgrounds participating in individual mobilities.

Funding will be held centrally by Taith and administered on an actual costs basis once participants are identified. Beneficiaries will be required to apply for funding via the completion of a request form detailing the actual costs per participant and justification.


Participant Type

Grant Rate (£)

Learners

Individual Mobilities: Participants from disadvantaged backgrounds are eligible for up to £100 per participant per individual mobility, based on actual costs.

Exceptional Costs

Covid related exceptional cost 

Costs covering Covid-related exceptional costs, specifically where status of the destination country changes during mobility, causing the participant to incur significant additional costs owing to a requirement to quarantine in a dedicated facility, comply with enhanced testing requirements or similar.

Funding will be held centrally by Taith and administered on an actual costs basis once participants are identified. Beneficiaries will be required to apply for funding via the completion of a request form detailing the actual costs per participant and justification.


Participant Type

Grant Rate (£)

All

100% of actual cost 

Course/Training Costs

Costs covering fees for courses and training in association with international training/Continuing Professional Development mobilities for staff, and summer school courses, summer work opportunities, or international volunteering programmes for students.  


Participant Type

Grant Rate (£)

Staff

Up to a maximum of £40 per participant per day and maximum £400 per same participant per Project/Grant Agreemen

Virtual Group Exchanges

Development Costs

A contribution towards the cost of developing and/or delivering high-quality virtual exchanges.


Participant Type

Grant Rate (£)

Students

Up to £1,200 per project/Grant Agreement.