EC funds are the main financing instruments for companies, public bodies, private organizations and professionals to develop their research and innovation projects. Knowing how to choose the most suitable tender, prepare a project proposal and manage the funding represent not only a fundamental development capacity, but also an extraordinary opportunity to improve our qualification and strengthen our professional position, fostering new and interesting job opportunities. A good knowledge of funding programs, participation mechanisms and financial rules is essential not to miss this important opportunity offered to the world of research and innovation in Europe.
AEDEKA proposes itself as a strategic partner offering a specific and complete training program through which it is possible to acquire the skills necessary to identify the most interesting funding opportunities offered by EC programs and to effectively manage the funding obtained.
The next training event is the specialization course in project management and financial reporting “Effective management of European funding“, to be held on Monday 27 and Tuesday 28 January 2020 at Talent Garden Pisa.
This course is particularly useful for those who intend to get a closer look at the administrative and financial management of European projects. In particular, the criteria used by the European Commission to monitor the projects’ progress will be analyzed in detail together with good practices in management and reporting aimed at avoiding cuts in the funding in case of a financial audit by the control bodies of the European Commission. The course is open for participation to all interested parties and does not foresee age limits or participation requirements.
For more information and to register to the course, visit the dedicated web page: www.aedeka.com/training/europrogettazione/rendicontazione/.
For those interested to learn more on how to draft a new project proposal, from the identification of the call that suits best our needs to the set up of an international partnership up to the preparation and submission of the proposal through the channels made available by the European Commission, we recommend to follow us in order not to miss the opportunity to participate in the course “The new funding opportunities of the European Union: how to prepare a successful proposal” planned for the spring of 2020.