UK Information Network

Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA)

Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) create opportunities for youth workers to connect, network, share experience and best practice with other youth professionals across Europe. Selected participants for TCA activities (based in the UK) will receive 100% reimbursement of their travel costs up to a maximum of €600. Accommodation and subsistence is provided free by the event organisers.


SALTO is a network of eight resource centres working on European priority areas within the youth field. On the SALTO website you can find the Europe-wide toolbox, training calendar, OTLAS partner finding tool and trainers database. 


Youthpass is a European recognition tool for non-formal and informal learning in youth work. Youthpass certificated can be awarded for Erasmus+ Youth projects (and the former Youth in Action programme) and helps the participants of those projects to record their learning and skills development


Europass is a European initiative designed to help people make their skills and qualifications clearly and easily understood when moving around the UK and Europe. It consists of a network of National Europass Centres and five documents to make your skills and qualifications clearly and easily understood in Europe.


Euroguidance is a European network of national resource and information centres for guidance. Euroguidance centres operate in about 34 countries. All Euroguidance centres share two common goals: 1) to promote the European dimension in guidance; 2) to provide quality information on lifelong guidance and mobility for learning purposes.



The NARIC network  supports the recognition of diplomas and periods of study undertaken in other countries. It consists of national centres in the countries covered by the Erasmus+ programme and works closely with the wider European Network of Information Centres covering the whole of the European Higher Education Area .

European Contact Points

A network of information centres, documentation centres and speakers in every EU country.

You can contact your local Europe Direct Information Centre – in any official EU language for: answers to questions on your EU rights, funding, etc; invitations to local EU information/networking events; EU documents and publications; references to other information sources; contact details for relevant organisations.

You can contact your nearest European Documentation Centre for: access to official EU publications and documents (online and print); help finding detailed information on European law, integration, policies and institutions; training for students on EU-related fact-finding and research.