INSPIRE is the brainchild of EACA’s Education Task Force 

Background & objectives

At the beginning of 2021, EACA launched a survey amongst its National Association members to learn more about their priorities, objectives and appetites. As expected, the results formed a varied mosaic, however education was at the forefront.

The Education Task Force was formed soon after and these meetings brought to surface the industry’s real need for a platform which could:

  • help professionals & students across Europe find out more about learning opportunities outside their own countries
  • encourage interested speakers and companies to showcase their courses, talks, presentations and webinars
  • list certificates which add real value to their careers
  • allow organisations, agencies and businesses to choose from a wide range of courses and enhance their own educational programmes, for members or employees

‘INSPIRE’ came as a natural choice for the platform: studying is not about ticking off boxes in a quest for a career by the book, it’s about allowing yourself to grow, to listen and to redefine what outspiration and inspiration mean to you. Welcome!

How does INSPIRE work?

Once a new course or learning opportunity is submitted to INSPIRE, it is immediately checked by the staff at EACA and sent to the INSPIRE committee for evaluation.

If needed, a pre-publishing meeting is organised to discuss and iron out any potential wrinkles in the study/presentation plan.

The new item is added to the platform and a notification is sent out via email to the platform followers. Those interested can then access INSPIRE to learn more. 

INSPIRE acts as a catalogue of courses and the bridge between speakers, course providers, professionals and students. In practice, this means that users cannot register to attend the various courses & events via the platform directly, nor they are requested to make any payments on the website.

If you have any questions, please use the contact form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

The INSPIRE Committee