Partners of the project TIC-TAC will meet each other during a two-days training session which will be held in Brussels on 29th and 30th March 2012.
The main aim of the training session is to strengthen the capacities and knowledges of the personnel working as Project Managers in our partner organizations in the perspective of an improved quality of our work.

The most expected result to be achieved is the definition of a common method for high-quality project drafting and implementation in the Europe for Citizens Programme based on good practices of partners and of quality elements they will define together.
The training session will be hosted in the Liaison Office of Friuli Venezia Giulia Region in Brussels.
TIC-TAC (Training, Information, Cooperation – Towards Active Citizenship) aims at promoting all the measures of the Europe for Citizens programme and at strengthening the participation of the potential programme’s stakeholders through the creation of a platform for the establishment of long lasting partnership reaching a significant number of different stakeholders (Association of LA, CSOs, LAs, citizens).
The partnership is composed of 22 organizations such as Associations of LA, of LA, NGOs, other local actors, both private and public. Media will also be involved.
For more information, please contact: Marine Henry, ALDA Project Manager Active Citizenship
(marine.henry@aldaintranet.org; +33 (0)3 90 21 45 93).

Partners of the project TIC-TAC will meet each other during a two-days training session which will be held in Brussels on 29th and 30th March 2012.
The main aim of the training session is to strengthen the capacities and knowledges of the personnel working as Project Managers in our partner organizations in the perspective of an improved quality of our work.

The most expected result to be achieved is the definition of a common method for high-quality project drafting and implementation in the Europe for Citizens Programme based on good practices of partners and of quality elements they will define together.
The training session will be hosted in the Liaison Office of Friuli Venezia Giulia Region in Brussels.
TIC-TAC (Training, Information, Cooperation – Towards Active Citizenship) aims at promoting all the measures of the Europe for Citizens programme and at strengthening the participation of the potential programme’s stakeholders through the creation of a platform for the establishment of long lasting partnership reaching a significant number of different stakeholders (Association of LA, CSOs, LAs, citizens).
The partnership is composed of 22 organizations such as Associations of LA, of LA, NGOs, other local actors, both private and public. Media will also be involved.
For more information, please contact: Marine Henry, ALDA Project Manager Active Citizenship
(marine.henry@aldaintranet.org; +33 (0)3 90 21 45 93).