The University of Liverpool has been involved in many different aspects of MSCA, including large scale training networks, research staff exchange schemes, and a number of individual Fellowships. The QUASAR Group, from its Department of Physics, has been particularly successful in establishing European training initiatives in accelerator science and technology. Through the DITANET(beam diagnostics), oPAC (Optimization of Particle Accelerators), LA³NET (Laser Applications at Accelerators), OMA (Optimization of Medical Accelerators) and AVA (Accelerators Validating Antimatter physics) projects the Group has coordinated several MSCA training initiatives. Thereby, it has organized a large number of international schools, topical workshops, conferences and outreach events. These projects have been international success stories in collaboration across county borders, sectors, and generations. In addition, the Group has also welcomed several individual Fellows within the SiPM, DITA-IIF and BeaPhy projects.