LLP-063-2010-Fin-Annex 3 – Leonardo da Vinci - MOB
2011 NATIONAL PRIORITIES AND ADMINISTRATIVE RULES FOR LEONARDO DA VINCI MOBILITY
NATIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE RULES (NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY NATIONAL PRIORITIES – LEONARDO DA VINCI MOBILITY 2011
N.B. MAXIMUM 3 NATIONAL CRITERIA CAN BE SET FOR THE N.B. MAXIMUM 5 NATIONAL CRITERIA CAN BE SET FOR THE 2011
2011 CALL CALL
BELGIUM – FLEMISH None None
BELGIUM – FRENCH Applications have to be submitted in French or English; if otherwise None
SPEAKING COMMUNITY original version + translation into French
BELGIUM – GERMAN None None
BULGARIA 1. Each organisation may submit only one application for a Leonardo 1. Organisations, that do not have a intermediary organisa-
da Vinci mobility project, regardless of the target group. tion partner – 7 points
2. The applicant organisation is a vocational school that has
2. An intermediary organisation may be a partner for no more than not received a Leonardo da Vinci grant for the last 3 years
three projects, submitted to the NA (HRDC). In cases, when the pro- – 5 points
ject has a partner intermediary organisation, the applicant must en- 3. The applicant organisation has not received a Leonardo
close the following documents: da Vinci grant – 3 points
An intermediary organisation shall not participate in more
than three Leonardo da Vinci's Mobility projects, submitted
to the NA for the given year. If the same intermediary or-
ganisation is partner in more than three applications, all ap-
plications with this partner will be ineligible.
A letter of intent from the organisation, which will organise
the practice in the respective European country.
3. If the applying institution is not a public organisation, and is pre-
registered under the Trade Register Law, the organisation must indi-
cate its Unified Identity Code (BULSTAT code). Otherwise the appli-
cant must enclose the following documents in addition to the Applica-
A certified copy of a court judgment for registration or an Ar-
ticle for association/partnership.
A certified copy of a Certificate of Good (Corporate) Stand-
CZECH REPUBLIC If more than one application is submitted by an institution for the same 1. The priority will be given to institutions without any previous partici-
target group – trainees in initial vocational training (IVT), people in the pation in the Mobility projects of Leonardo da Vinci programme (ex-
labour market (PLM) or vocational education training professionals cept participation within a Preparatory Visit). 10 points
(VETPRO), and if more than one is approved for financial support,
only the one with the highest number of points will be funded. In case 2. The priority will be given to those projects where the placements
of universities or other higher education institutions – each faculty is take place in the field of health and social care. 5 points
considered to be a separate institution (each faculty is eligible to sub-
mit its own application).
DENMARK None None
GERMANY 1. Jeder Antragsteller kann maximal einen Antrag je Zielgruppe 1. ECVET, 10 Punkte
stellen, Ausnahmen hierzu bilden Anträge die sich auf Die nationale Priorität soll die Einführung des europäischen
unterschiedliche Nationale Prioritäten beziehen. Die Anzahl Leistungspunktesystems in der beruflichen Bildung (ECVET) unterstützen.
der Teilnehmer je Projektantrag kann begrenzt werden bei a) Insbesondere folgende Elemente des ECVET sollen dabei gemeinsam mit
einem deutlichen Überhang der förderfähigen Projekte, b) bei dem Projektpartner erprobt werden:
einer deutlichen Nichtausschöpfung der Mittel (>20%) in o Identifikation und Festlegung von Lernergebnis-Einheiten
vorangegangenen abgeschlossenen Projekten des o Beschreibung von Lernergebnissen nach den Deskriptoren des EQF
Antragstellers und c) bei Projektträgern die keine gute Past- o Evaluierung von Lernergebnissen
Performance nachweisen können (IVT und PLM max. 40 TN,
Voraussetzung für die Erprobung von ECVET-Elementen ist eine
VETPRO max. 20 TN).
gemeinsame Bestandsaufnahme der Projektpartner zu
o den relevanten Rahmenbedingungen der unterschiedlichen
2. Die Punktzahl der gemittelten Bewertung kann reduziert
werden, wenn ähnliche Projekte des Antragstellers in der
o den Merkmalen unterschiedlicher Bildungsgänge/Qualifikationen.
gleichen Zielgruppe mit deutlichen Mängeln abgeschlossen
worden sind (negative past performance) und diese Mängel Diese Bestandsaufnahme erfolgt mittels eines Berufsbildungssteckbriefs (s.
für die Fachgutachter auf der Grundlage des Antrags nicht Homepage der NA-BIBB im Downloadcenter unter Antragstellung 2011), der
ersichtlich gewesen sein konnten. zusammen mit der Papierversion als Anlage des Antrags einzureichen ist.
2. Duales System, 10 Punkte
3. Die Mindestaufenthaltsdauer für Projekte der Erstausbildung Projekte für Auszubildende aus dem Dualen System werden auf der
(IVT) beträgt 3 Wochen. Die Mindestaufenthaltsdauer für Grundlage der europäischen und nationalen Prioritäten mit Vorrang
Personen mit einer Behinderung in dieser Zielgruppe beträgt gefördert, um eine angemessene Repräsentanz in der Aktion sicher zu
zwei Wochen. stellen.
Alle Teilnehmer/-innen müssen sich in einer dualen Ausbildung (nach BBiG
oder HWO) mit entsprechendem Eintrag des Ausbildungsverhältnisses bei
der zuständigen Stelle befinden.
3. Pool-Projekte, 10 Punkte für Projekte in der Erstausbildung
Im Rahmen von Pool-Projekten werden individuelle Auslandsaufenthalte für
einzelne Teilnehmer/-innen gefördert. Auch Einzelpersonen erhalten so
Zugang zum Programm. Sie ermöglichen insbesondere KMU indirekt am
Programm zu partizipieren, indem sie ihren Auszubildenden individuelle
Mobilität über Poolprojekte ermöglichen.
Im Bereich der Zielgruppe Erstausbildung (IVT) sind die Kapazitäten der
vorhandenen Pool-Projekte noch gering, Projektanträge die dieser
Zielgruppe zugeordnet sind erhalten daher Zusatzpunkte.
Pool-Projekte müssen folgende Kriterien erfüllen:
Bundesweite Zugänglichkeit mit einem einheitlichen und
dokumentierten Bewerbungs- und Auswahlverfahren für alle
Ausschreibung aller geförderten Teilnehmerplätze
o Individuelle Ausreisetermine
o Individuelle Praktikumswahl entweder
o vermittelt über das Partnernetzwerk oder
o durch Teilnehmer/in selbst organisierter Praktikumsplatz
o Vorbereitung wahlweise
o Individuelle Kursteilnahme oder
o Angeboten durch das Partnernetzwerk
o Einhaltung der Qualitätsstandards für Pool-Projekte (s. Website der
Die individuelle Mobilität verursacht einen erhöhten Aufwand in der
Vorbereitung und Vermittlung der Teilnehmer/-innen.
4. Projektdurchführung im ersten Jahr, 5 Punkte
Ziel der Ausschreibung ist es, möglichst viele Projekte ein Jahr nach
Förderbeginn abzuschließen, so dass nicht genutzte Mittel im 2. Förderjahr
neu vergeben und so möglichst viele Personen gefördert werden können.
Gegenstand der Priorität sind alle Projekte, deren Auslandsaufenthalte bis
zum 31.05.2012 abgeschlossen sind. Eine Verschiebung der
Auslandsaufenthalte über dieses Datum hinaus ist im Rahmen dieser
Priorität nicht möglich.
5. Neue Antragsteller, 10 Punkte
Ziel der Ausschreibung ist es neue Antragsteller zu gewinnen und ihnen bei
der Erstantragstellung eine gute Förderchance einzuräumen.
Gegenstand der Priorität sind alle Anträge von Projektträgern, die im
Rahmen des Programms für Lebenslanges Lernen (seit der Antragsrunde
2007) keine Projektförderung im Rahmen der Aktion LEONARDO DA VINCI
Mobilität erhalten haben.
IRELAND None None
ESTONIA None None
GREECE 1. A maximum of three applications per organisation/institution Extra points will be awarded to mobility projects that:
will be accepted. If an organisation/institution submits more 1. Focus on the development of professional skills of non-specialised em-
than three applications, all applications will be considered in- ployees. (3 points)
2. Involve bodies from remote regional areas, specifically from the admin-
2. A maximum of 20 trainees per flow will be accepted. istrative districts of Voreio Notio Aigaio, Ionia Nisia, Peloponissos, Ste-
rea Ellada, Ipiros, Anatoliki Makedonia and Thraki. (2 points)
3. A maximum of 40 participants per proposal will be accepted,
irrespective of the number and the volume of flows that will 3. Reinforce the employability and the reintegration into the labour market
be realized. of young unemployed people aged 18 – 28 and of the unemployed
aged 55-65. (5 points)
4. Are related with the certification of professional skills through the ac-
quisition of the Europass and which contribute to the implementation of
the principles promoted by EQF (European Qualifications Framework)
and ECVET (European Credit Transfer System for VET). (1 point)
5. Are submitted by enterprises, most importantly by small-medium enter-
prises (SME’s) (4 points)
1. Only 1 application for LLP Mobilty per institution and target 1. (5 points) projects organising mobility for initial vocational training
group will be accepted for funding, except for regional minis- pesons, in the initial vocational education system as part of the
tries, for which up to two applications per target group will be work-related training in enterprises module (FCT module).
accepted. If an institution submits more than the maximum 2. (5 points) projects addressing the needs of young unemployed per-
number of applications stated above, the lower scored in the sons, without previous working experience.
global evaluation (quality points + additional points for na- 3. (5 points) projects presented by the applicant institution which can
tional priorities) will be discarded. demonstrate direct control over the placements, including monitor-
ing of participants, direct contact with partners, work training
2. Past performance of mobility intermediaries will be consid- agreements, etc.
ered for the quality assessment of grant applications. Project
proposals that have intermediaries as partners with a poor
quality and financial track record may be rejected or their
poor quality intermediaries excluded of the project and the
mobilities requested correspondingly reduced.
3. A reduction of mobilities or rejection of the proposal may be
imposed for applicants with a low percentage of achievement
of mobilities in past calls, or for applicant institutions without
direct responsibilities in training or employment over the par-
ticipants proposed. The ratio between the number of mobili-
ties requested and the target group on which the applicant
has direct training responsibilities will be taken into account.
Comments: Point 1 of eligibility criteria takes into account the volume
of participants' potential target of the ministries of Education and
Training, of Employment, of Industry…, the complexity of the different
directorate generals and the large scope of responsibilities of these
institutions. In case of equal global score, proposals with better E.
quality score are considered first.
In point 3 of National eligibility criteria, for example, the number of
pupils in VET of a VET school will be compared with the number of
IVT mobilities requested, or the number of teachers with the number
of VETPRO requested. Private companies specialised will not be al-
lowed to request for funding for a high number of mobilities for partici-
pants under training, or VET teachers, in third institutions, or for peo-
ple in the labour market without a direct training relationship with the
A 30% of the funding devoted to LdV Mobility will be reserved with
priority for IVT projects aiming at pupils of VET schools.
FRANCE None None
ITALY A promoter may submit only one application in each of the mobility 1. Priority is given to projects aimed at "VET teachers and trainers
actions (IVT, PLM, VETPRO). With respect to each action, the pro- mobility" (VETPRO), particularly trainers, emphasizing learning
moter cannot take part in another action, as a partner or as a coordi- practices in the workplace, in order to test ways of integration, rec-
nator. If more applications are submitted, all proposals in which the ognition and validation of skills acquired in formal and non-formal
promoter is involved are considered not eligible. learning settings. This could also be an opportunity to reflect upon
both different teaching and learning methods, both on the arrange-
ments made for the recognition of Learning Outcomes. (Maximum 5
2. Priority is given, in case of equal score, to those applications whose
partnership involve actively organisms coming from at least two
macro-land areas of the country (e.g. North-Central, North-East - Is-
lands, North-South). (Maximum 0.50 points)
3. In case of equal score, priority is given to the applications that point
out greater participation of promoters/participants from the South of
Italy. (Maximum 0.50 points)
4. Priority is given, in case of equal score, to those applications whose
partnership involve actively SMEs and social partners, as sug-
gested in the Commission Communication "Think Small First (Small
Business Act for Europe, 06.25.2008) and the next European Par-
liament resolution of 10/03/2009, which asks for policies, guidance
and conduct of the Member States designed to encourage SMEs
growth. (Maximum 0.50 points)
The proposals submitted, taking into account the criteria of priority for mobil-
ity, will be eligible up to the additional points in relation to each priority given
CYPRUS 1. The maximum LdV Mobility grant amount that can be awarded is Applicant organizations, which have not received an LdV Mobility grant
100,000 Euro. during the last 3 years, will be awarded with 10 points on top of their total
quality assessment score of their submitted application.
2. The NA applies a ceiling on travel costs per country of
LATVIA Only one Leonardo da Vinci Mobility application per organisation will 1. Promote involvement of new vocational schools in the project im-
be accepted. plementation. Priority will be given to projects that are submitted by
applicants having no previous experience in the implementation of
Leonardo da Vinci Mobility. 10 points.
2. Ensure availability of specialists who meet the demands of national
economy. Priority will be given to projects that improve the staff
competences and knowledge about work methods applied in
Europe: Mechanical engineering, Metal working, Food processing,
Tourism. 5 points.
LITHUANIA 1. Not more than 3 projects from one organisation could be 1. Applicant organisation, which has not received a Leonardo Mobility
granted. grant since 2007 (max 2 points)
2. The maximum grant amount that can be awarded is 50.000 €
per Mobility project. 2. Collaboration and active participation of Lithuanian sending part-
ners (VET institutions and business enterprises/chambers of com-
merce, industry and crafts/Chamber of Agriculture of the Republic
of Lithuania/employers’ associations (unions, confedera-
tions)/labour exchanges) in project activities (applicable for VET-
PRO projects) (max 2 points)
3. Placements for persons of groups at risks * (2 points)
* Groups at risk are individuals with particular difficulties on the labour mar-
ket (early school leavers, low-skilled workers, people with disabilities, immi-
grants and those with a migrant background, ethnic minorities).
Maximum sum of points for national priorities per application shall not ex-
ceed 5 points.
LUXEMBOURG 1. Each institution / school cannot have more than 3 ongoing None
European LLP projects (applicable for Comenius, Grundtvig
and Leonardo da Vinci Partnerships, Leonardo da Vinci Mo-
bility and Transfer of Innovation Projects)
2. A maximum of 2 Luxembourgish schools or organisations are
eligible in the same partnership project (applicable for
Comenius, Grundtvig and Leonardo da Vinci Partnerships).
The national administrative rules are part of the eligibility check of the
HUNGARY None 1. Target group of IVT:
1.1. The percentage of socially disadvantaged participants is significant
(minimum 20%) in the project; (max 15 pts)
1.2. Those participants are involved (minimum 40% of them) who are
learning in those professions which are stated as shortage in the official
reports of the Regional Development and Training Committees [link to be
published]. (5 pts)
2. Target group of PLM:
2.1. Mobility proposals - submitted in by labour organizations (labour
centres, regional training centres) - facilitating the participation of
permanently (minimum of 6 months) unemployed in transnational
placements (min. 50% of the participants). (5 pts)
3. Target group of VETPRO:
3.1. Training programmes, where the core objective is studying the best
practises of integrated education of pupils with special learning needs; (5pts)
4. In case of every target group:
4.1. Projects of those institutions which did not have an approved
Leonardo mobility project in LdV first and second phase and LLP first phase.
4.2. Projects carried out in the active cooperation of minimum 3
Hungarian institutions, one of them representing the world of work and the
participants involved in mobility are from all of these cooperating institutions.
4.3. Those applications where the partners intend to test or implement
Comments: The points of priorities cannot be added in case of LdV mobility
programme. Applicants can mark several priorities but they can get points
only for once.
The only exception is the priority of involving socially disadvantaged
participants. In line with the proportion of socially disadvantaged participants
in the project, applicants can get 5-15 points (the rating system is available
on the NA website).
MALTA None None
NETHERLANDS 1. One application per organisation per target group is ac- 1. Experimentations with ECVET in mobility in VETPRO projects (4
cepted, leading to a maximum of 3 projects per call (1 VET- points)
PRO, 1 IVT, 1 PLM). If an organisation submits more than 2
applications, the NA will ask it to indicate which projects they 2. Further professionalization of teachers with regards to the links of the
want to enter selection. If the organisation does not reply, the world of work, especially placements in companies in VETPRO projects
NA will select two applications at random and reject the rest. (4 points)
2. For IVT and VETPRO, there are limitations to the growth of
the budgets. The budget cannot grow more than a certain The maximum number of extra points is 8 in total. Each criterion will be as-
percentage based on a calculation of the amount granted in sessed separately.
the applications of the last 4 years. Applicants are notified of
their maximum budget in a timely manner. The exact formula
is also published in the handbook for Mobility Projects with
no earlier applications and VETPRO projects with an average
below 25.000 have to start with a small project (<25.000).
3. IVT minimum duration is 3 weeks, except in cases of special
AUSTRIA None 1. Längerfristige Auslandspraktika für Personen in der beruflichen
Erstausbildung (IVT – Schüler und Lehrlinge) – max. 5 points
2. Auslandspraktika für Lehrlinge – max. 5 points
POLAND 1. In the 2011 Call National Agency will limit the maximum grant for 1. Applications from organisations that have not previously received Leo-
an institution / a school to the amount of 200 000 Euro. In case nardo Mobility funding – maximum score 5
when one organisation submits two applications, the total amount 2. Applications which primarily target participants who are at risk of social
the NA will grant will not exceed 200 000 Euro. exclusion – maximum score 5
3. Promotion of the projects prepared in cooperation with employers or
2. A maximum of two Leonardo Mobility applications will be eligible recommended by them (a training programme related to a regional la-
for funding per organisation. bour market, prepared in cooperation with employers) – maximum score
3. A grant for an organisation that has not previously received Leo- Mobility applications addressing the priorities listed above can be allocated
nardo Mobility funding will not exceed 100 000 Euro. up to 15 additional points during the assessment process.
The points for national priorities will be added to the points awarded in the
PORTUGAL 1. Restriction on the number of applications: Maximum 2 appli- Applications to Leonardo da Vinci Mobility, from under-represented regions,
cations per institution aiming differentiated target-groups. namely Açores, Alentejo, Algarve, Madeira (10 points).
When more than the allowed number of applications is sub-
mitted, the NA will contact and request the institution to indi-
cate which of the application(s) shall be pursued. The re-
maining application(s) will be rejected under this criterion.
2. Institutions with no approved LdV Mobility projects for a pe-
riod larger than 12 months in the 2010 selection procedure.
3. During the evaluation process, all applications which are re-
productions/copies of other applications (from the same insti-
tution or other) shall be rejected.
ROMANIA None 1. Institutions / organizations who have not received funding under the
LdV II, Socrates II, LLP (2 points).
2. Institutions / organizations located in rural areas (3 points)
3. Institutions / organizations located in geographic areas [to be pub-
lished] with a low participation in LdV (2 points)
4. Access to quality education in initial and continuous training (3
5. Facilitating the transition from school to the working life (2 points)
SLOVENIA Only one LdV-Mobility application per institution per target group will IVT:
be accepted. If more than one application is submitted by an organi- 1. Applications submitted by organisations that have not yet partici-
sation for the same target group, the NA will request the decision on pated in the LDV Mobility action (10 points).
one application only to be put forward from the organisation. In case of 2. Applications involving participants from underprivileged groups (5
no reply all applications will be rejected as ineligible. points).
1. Applications submitted by organisations that have not yet partici-
pated in the LDV Mobility action (5 points).
2. Applications involving participants from underprivileged groups (5
3. Micro companies as applicants and applications which target par-
ticipants from micro companies (5 points).
4. Applications involving participation of unemployed individuals (5
1. Applications submitted by organisations that have not yet partici-
pated in the LDV Mobility action (10 points).
2. Applications involving participants from underprivileged groups (5
SLOVAKIA 1. If an institution (organisation) submits more than one applica- 1. No previous participation in the Leonardo da Vinci programme (ex-
tion for the same target group and if more than one is ap- cept for the participation in a preparatory visit or contact seminar).
proved for financial support, only the one with the highest
score will be funded. In case of HE institutions each faculty is 2. Placements for recent graduates or unemployed persons registered
considered to be a separate institution (organisation). at the Labour Office (within PLM target group) or for pupils of study
programme ending with certificate/without leaving exams (within
2. Applications from institutions, which have an ongoing mobility IVT target group); in all cases a supported group must represent at
projects within a particular target group will be considered in- least 50% of all participants.
3. The projects submitted by small and medium-sized enterprises
For Priority 1 the external experts can allocate + 5 points; for Priority 2 it will
be + 3 points and for Priority 3 they can give + 2 points.
FINLAND None 1. Transparency, recognition of learning outcomes and ECVET
2. Quality of mobility periods
3. Equal opportunities for all
4. New skills for new jobs
5. The changing role of teachers and trainers
Each priority is equal weight. An application can be awarded a maximum of
10 extra points, also if a proposal relates to several priorities.
SWEDEN Only one application per organisation will be accepted for an organisa- For target group VETPRO: Support to initial and continuous training of VET
tion with up to 1000 pupils/learners within each target group teachers, trainers, tutors and VET institution managers - 15 points
IVT/PLM/VETPRO and only two applications per organisation for an
organisation with more than 1000 pupils/learners. If a organisation
submits more than the maximum number of applications, the NA will
contact the applicants legal representative who may in turn choose
which applications should be put forward. An organisation under 1000
pupils/learners can include different educational programmes within
the same application. It is possible for an organisation with up to 1000
pupils/learners to send one application regarding IVT and another
application regarding PLM or VETPRO.
UK 1. Organisations that have not previously been funded for Leonardo 1. Applications from organisations that have not previously received
Mobility projects will be eligible to apply for a maximum of 30 par- Leonardo Mobility funding (see also national eligibility criterion 1). (Max-
ticipants. imum score 5).
2. Experienced organisations who can demonstrate their operational 2. Applications which primarily target participants who are facing
capacity and a strong record in managing Mobility projects will be particular difficulties in accessing training and/or the labour market
eligible to apply for a maximum of 100 Leonardo participants per (This could include the following groups: those with special needs, older
application (this excludes those organisations that have been learners, groups facing socio-economic disadvantage, those with few or
awarded a Mobility certificate). no formal qualifications, looked after children, travellers, refugees, mi-
grant workers and the children of migrants, those with disabilities, minor-
ity ethnic groups, individuals living in rural or deprived inner city areas,
those unemployed, prisoners (TOI only) and ex-offenders.). (Maximum
3. Applications which primarily target participants who are
apprentices. (The participants must be identified as apprentices, i.e.
they must be employed and enrolled on a vocational training scheme in
which learning/ training takes place at the workplace as well as in the
school/ college) (Maximum score 5).
Applications addressing the above national priorities can be allocated up to
15 additional points during the assessment process.
ICELAND 1. Applications from organisations working with disadvantaged None
2. Applications from VET schools and continuous education in-
LIECHTENSTEIN None None
NORWAY If the application is drafted in another language than French, English 1. Increase completion rates for apprentice, pupil, trainee, etc in IVT
or German, the applicant must submit both the original application and (5 points).
a translation into Norwegian. 2. Increase quality in career guidance (5 points).
3. Increase quality in communication and knowledge administration
with regards to teaching (5 points).
TURKEY 1. Every institution can apply with only one project within each 1. Applications from the 20 provinces whose 2010 grant allocations
of the actions (IVT, PLM, and VETPRO). Only one project will are the lowest compared to their population. (3 points)
be granted from an institution. Applications from the institu- 2. Applications from the institutions which have no granted projects
tions which have granted mobility projects in 2010 round will during the 2007- 2013 period. (3 points)
be considered ineligible. 3. Applications from the non-governmental organizations or private
2. Letters of intent must be submitted with the project applica- sector institutions. (2 points)
tion. 4. Applications which commit active participation of disabled persons
3. Applications submitted by vocational schools and universities to outgoing mobilities. (3 points)
must have at least three sending partners. The partners must 5. Applications with placements over 10 weeks. (IVT, PLM.) (4 points)
be other than education and training institutions for PLM and Comments: The rules above will be implemented according to the declara-
VETPRO. tions of the applicants. If the Agency detects any false declaration, that ap-
plication will be considered not eligible.
Regarding Priority 1: The list of the provinces concerned will be published in
the national call for proposals.
CROATIA None 1. Applicant institutions from following counties: Vukovarsko-
srijemska, Brodsko-posavska, Dubrovačko–neretvanska, Ličko-
senjska, Sisačko-moslavačka, Osječko-baranjska, Požeško-
slavonska, Karlovačka, Šibensko-kninska, Splitsko-dalmatinska,
Zadarska - 7 pts.
2. Applications with mobility duration as follows: for VETPRO mini-
mum of two weeks, for IVT minimum of three weeks: 4 pts
3. Applications focusing on long term unemployed people, young un-
employed people, unemployed women, war veterans, peo-
ple/pupils with disabilities: 4 pts