EU project design and project cycle management: a practical workshop
|Duration: 5 days|
|Certificate of Attendance and Europass Mobility (on request)|
- Familiarise with the 2014-2020 EU financial framework and Programmes
- Focus on objectives, methodologies, conditions and best-pratices of Erasmus+, Horizon2020, SME instrument, Creative Europe, Europe for Citizens, EaSI, Life, etc
- Provide advice and guidance on how to write a successful proposal and plan your project so as to exploit available EU funding opportunities
- Familiarise with principles, powerful techniques, tips and tools on successful project planning and effective project cycle management (PCM)
- Provide advice on how to manage effectively your project and to apply monitoring, evaluation and controlling tools
- Familiarise with successful dissemination/promotion and exploitation principles of European projects
- Explore and study the educational context of cooperative learning, blended learning and flipped classroom.
By the end of the course, each participant should be able to:
- identify the proper EU funding opportunity in the European Union
- plan a project effectively and write a good proposal using Project Cycle Management tools
- manage effectively a European funded project using Project Cycle Management tools
- avoid mistakes in financial reporting that cost budget loss
- apply good examples and avoid bad ones on project planning and management of European related projects.
Day 1: The Educational context
Day 2: EU funding and Project design
Day 3: Project design&management. Organisational and financial issues
Day 4: Project desing&management. Evaluation and dissemination
Day 5: A new beginning
As far as training contents provided are concerned they were completely realized along with an excellent presentation and outstanding expertise of the lecturer on the issue. The attitude, methods and the way of presentation were of the the best quality and were an excellent opportunity for us to get actively involved in the process, The lecturer respected our opinions and it was a great opportunity to share experiences with all participants. Organization was great, timetable was very clear and timely, and the spaces where the training was conducted were adequate and comfortable. Communication was very clear, the language competences of the lecturer were at their highest with respect for all participants. We want to put emphasize on the clear examples that will help us in our future work and initiative to get engaged and fully involved in future projects. We sincerely hope that we will stay in touch with the training organiser as well as to find a good way to collaborate.
Jasmina Stanković and Boban Jovanović