The aim of this training is to provide trainees with the tools and resources needed to develop an international cooperation project in order to respond to European and international calls for tenders.
Preconditions : First experience in the field of project development and management.
Dates : November 30, December 1st and 2nd, 2020
Place : Le Rocher de Palmer, Cenon (33)
Manage European funding programs for cultural cooperation : eligibility criteria, funding circuits, frameworks for action, etc.
Elaborate multilateral cooperation projects with other European actors: mastering the logical framework, building complementary ecosystems
Control the budgetary management of European funding : management monitoring and financial reporting
Evaluate quantitatively and qualitatively the impacts of a European project on the territories of the partners.
Produce and share info on the projects selected in the framework of these programmes.
_The EU’s priorities : the major issues at stake
_Presentation of the programs for culture and education for the period 2021-2027
_Raising awareness of Horizon Europe programmes
_ Presentation of some European networks adapted to the participants
_Analysis of funded projects in sub-groups
_ Sharing and analysis of the keys to a project’s success
_Key methodological points taken up by the stakeholders
_Work in small groups to build a pre-project.
_Identify relevant partners
_Define your target audiences
_ Write your action plan