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Project approach & partnership Building / Project Implementation / Project Management / Project Budget [+]
DATE27 – 30 November 2012
TIME SCHEDULE20 Hours of in-class lectures5 hours of individual work on My Europa Platform(www.my-europa.eu)
LOCATIONBrussels (Belgium)Project Approach & Partnership Building (finding a call for proposal, requirements of project evaluation, how to build a partnership consortium, how to prepare a concept paper) Project Implementation (how to draft a project proposal – work plan & project objectives; how to draft a project – details of tasks and sub activities; implementation of Work Packages and Project results) Project Management (negotiation of funded projects; legal aspects of EU funded projects; Project management 1 – internal managing bodies and follow up of project activities; Project management 2 – problematic case as contract failure, change of partner, budget deviation, conflictive parties, conflict resolution and sanctions) Project Budget – Monitoring and Reporting (how to draft a project budget; budget & cost follow up; project reporting 1 – the activity report and financial and administrative issues including special case for third countries) The attendance of the European Projects Awards 2012 ceremony on 28 November 2012 at the European Economic and Social Committee in Brussels (Belgium) ... [-]