The information course on EU programs 2014-2020, which provides information and tools necessary to take the first steps and orient themselves in the universe of EU funding programs, in the light of the 2014-2020 programming starts in November. Through the informative course proposed, participants will have the opportunity to:

– learn about community programs;
– Find the necessary information;
– identify possible calls of interest

Program

The course develops in particular the following themes:

– How to get informed: searching for community information and information tools.
– Direct and indirect programs 2014-2020: Community programs and initiatives for the period 2014-2020, with particular reference to the most important programs in the educational, cultural, economic, employment, social, environmental, sports, governance, cooperation and research fields.

Addressed to

The information course is aimed at those who want to learn and / or improve their skills in EU funding, in order to increase the ability to use European programs. The course is therefore designed for students, social and cultural operators, associations, local authorities, etc.. A basic knowledge of the English language is recommended. No basic skills are required.

Methodology

All meetings are divided into moments of frontal lesson and practical examples (calls and projects implemented). In addition, the last phase of the course will be devoted to practical work in groups, focusing on: research of calls of interest to participants and simulation of evaluation of projects actually submitted.

Trainers

The trainers will be experts, with a documented and significant experience in the field of European projects. The trainers who will realize the course will be:

– Marco Boaria, Head of the Resources and Development Department of ALDA;
– Sofia Corsi, Project Manager of ALDA;

Logistical information

The course will be held on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th November, for a total of 16 hours of training. The course will run from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The choice of the intensive weekend format meets the needs of those who study or work or live far from the course location. The course will be held in the classrooms of TADA in Mestre via Lazzari 22.

Costs: The training course has a total cost of € 300.00 (VAT included). The cost includes the training materials that will be distributed during the course. Participants up to 26 years old can take advantage of a 10% discount, for a total of € 270.00.

Information and registration

For registration, please fill out the registration form “enroll in the course” or contact the TADA offices at 041 8010081 or info@tadaweb.it

Certificate of attendance

At the end of the course a certificate of attendance issued by ALDA, strategic partner of the European Commission and the Council of Europe, will be delivered.

The information course on EU programs 2014-2020, which provides information and tools necessary to take the first steps and orient themselves in the universe of EU funding programs, in the light of the 2014-2020 programming starts in November. Through the informative course proposed, participants will have the opportunity to:

– learn about community programs;
– Find the necessary information;
– identify possible calls of interest

Program

The course develops in particular the following themes:

– How to get informed: searching for community information and information tools.
– Direct and indirect programs 2014-2020: Community programs and initiatives for the period 2014-2020, with particular reference to the most important programs in the educational, cultural, economic, employment, social, environmental, sports, governance, cooperation and research fields.

Addressed to

The information course is aimed at those who want to learn and / or improve their skills in EU funding, in order to increase the ability to use European programs. The course is therefore designed for students, social and cultural operators, associations, local authorities, etc.. A basic knowledge of the English language is recommended. No basic skills are required.

Methodology

All meetings are divided into moments of frontal lesson and practical examples (calls and projects implemented). In addition, the last phase of the course will be devoted to practical work in groups, focusing on: research of calls of interest to participants and simulation of evaluation of projects actually submitted.

Trainers

The trainers will be experts, with a documented and significant experience in the field of European projects. The trainers who will realize the course will be:

– Marco Boaria, Head of the Resources and Development Department of ALDA;
– Sofia Corsi, Project Manager of ALDA;

Logistical information

The course will be held on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th November, for a total of 16 hours of training. The course will run from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The choice of the intensive weekend format meets the needs of those who study or work or live far from the course location. The course will be held in the classrooms of TADA in Mestre via Lazzari 22.

Costs: The training course has a total cost of € 300.00 (VAT included). The cost includes the training materials that will be distributed during the course. Participants up to 26 years old can take advantage of a 10% discount, for a total of € 270.00.

Information and registration

For registration, please fill out the registration form “enroll in the course” or contact the TADA offices at 041 8010081 or info@tadaweb.it

Certificate of attendance

At the end of the course a certificate of attendance issued by ALDA, strategic partner of the European Commission and the Council of Europe, will be delivered.