The courses, conveniently taking place during a week-end, are aimed at training future EU-Project Managers in the area of research, innovation, education and culture. Participants will achieve an in-depth understanding about the main European funding programmes. The course is designed to make participants familiar with EU project management strategies, and provides examples of best practices.attendants will discover the features of the 2014-2020 framework programmes “Horizon 2020” and “Erasmus +”. The 3-day training, completed with an 8-hour additional distant learning course, will be timely delivered in order to participate to the next calls for proposals, and will allow attendants to :
• Have a whole picture mainly of Horizon 2020, Erasmus + for the period 2014-2020
• Figure out how to shape a ‘good’ and likely to be selected project
• Understand how to develop successful dissemination and exploitation strategies.
• Learn efficient tools for project and budget building and management
• Learn the basic principles of project management as: grant agreement signing, contracts and deadlines, financial management, monitoring and reporting;
• Acquire the main characteristics to be a good project coordinator: multitasking, sensitiveness to cultural differences in project teams, models and behavioural patterns in project coordination.
• Plan a multilateral project: interpreting correctly a call for proposal, developing effective project ideas, collecting documents for project submission and familiarizing with the implementation procedures, budgeting;
• Analyse the dissemination and exploitation of results issues in the EU funded projects;
• Set up international consortia.
This course if for you if :
• You want a comprehensive and advanced understanding of, or are just interested in the EU project funding system
• You want to develop your project management skills
• You have been participating in FP7 or Erasmus, Youth in Action, Leonardo, Grundtvig projects
• You want to participate in Horizon 2020 or Erasmus + projects