This “module 1 – Financial and programmatic priorities of the EU2020 strategy within various programs” deals with financial and programmatic priorities of the EU2020 strategy within various programs. It offers a detailed overview for the factors we need to consider before approaching EU funds; it explores various issues concerning the ways of selecting an appropriate EU funding programme. The “module 1 – Financial and programmatic priorities of the EU2020 strategy within various programs” is available in English, Frenche, Italian, Polish, Greek and Dutch. The module in download is accessible here.
We are happy to announce that the “Module 0 – Things to know when applying for EU funds” is now available in free download from the dedicated section of this platform. The module provides an introduction to the all other Generativity modules and to the basic concept, principles and praxis of Project Cycle Management (PCM) which is being used as an essential tool for EU project management success. The “Module 0 – Things to know when applying for EU funds” is available in English, Frenche, Italian, Polish, Greek and Dutch. The module in download is accessible here.
They are finally online the tutorial focusing on IT tools to help you to become more effective on PCM targeted to social interventions: they are a series of “how-to” video materials, a very effective method used by open source communities, which proved to be for learning ICT tools. The tutorials cover the following aspects on how to work with online drives; create accounts and familiarize with different tools; create project in management software, inviting members; use the basic functions of management tools: communication with the team, task; management, file area; create and assign tasks including feedback mechanism; create Gantt chart; create sample project budget; use the workdays timesheets; import and export data; customize working environment, filtering and sorting, setting profile and notifications; use dissemination reporting and timesheets.
They are available in English with subtitles in all partner languages.
It is possible to collaborate with us by giving feedback on tutorials and modules by registering on the collaborate section of the platform.
All the tutorials are free and easy to use: you just have to choose the tutorial of your interest by searching through their titles; select the chosen one and watch it. To receive a constant update, please also register to the project youtube page.
All the staff and organizations of the Generativity project offer you the possibility to learn and develop your skills and competences in developing and implementing your project ideas in order to maximize their impact and help you to design effective and sustainable projects.
We consider the six training modules on Project Cycle Management that are available online as our way to wish you a happy learning and a happy new projects.
From January onward the downloadable version of each single module will be available on the project website.
All the staff and organizations of the Generativity project are proud to launch the online version of the he six training modules on Project Cycle Management in six languages: English, Italian, Polish, Greek, Dutch and French.
The modules cover all the fundamental issues to lead you through a learning path to Project Cycle Management.
These are the main topics:
module 0: introduction to generativity of new effective and sustainable project with the method of Project Cycle Management
module1: financial & programmatic priorities of the EU2020 strategy within various programs
module 2: how to structure an innovative and sustainable project idea
module 3: building an international, national, local partnership
module 4: submission procedures according to the guidelines of the European Commission
module 5: implementation, evaluation, valorization, dissemination, exploitation of project results
It was a great effort for us to implement the modules, and we are proud of the results which we achieved. In the next weeks we will finalize the modules in order for you to freely download them straight on your IT devices.
By offering them online, we take the opportunity to greatly thank all the professionals and the partner organizations that have worked on the implementation of the training modules for their great and valuable work of sharing their skills. A special thanks to the students of the University of Thessaly who tested our work.
Now it is your time: read the modules, and learn how to develop an effective and sustainable project!
Everything is ready for the launch of the six training modules on Project Cycle Management that will be out tomorrow!
From tomorrow everybody will find online the six training modules on Project Cycle Management in six languages: English, Italian, Polish, Greek, Dutch and French.
The training modules focuses on all the issues which we consider as fundamental to learn how to develop your new project ideas in order to learn how to implement new effective and sustainable projects.
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We are working hard to meet the challenge of disseminating the training modules on project cycle management.
The partners implemented the six training modules out of an original concept of Paolo Brusa and Federica Cadeddu from Diciannove, then we tested them on our staff during a collective LTTA training event. After a precise evaluation about their share the pros-&-cons conducted by Dave Oborne from EEC, we re-worked them in order to maximize their efficacy in term of possible learners. The modules were divided among Diciannove, Danmar Computers, Cardet, EEC, University of Thessaly, KEA: we refreshed some slides; we modified others; we incorporated practical tips and suggestion; and we added notes to each slide to make them even more specific and exhaustive.
Then it came the time for the evaluation by the students of the University of Thessaly.
The last stage was run by Danmar Computers, who edited and refined them to be ready for the IT environment.
As we posted in the news, the Erasmus+ call 2018 is out, and we want to support the wider audience that will be interested in the development of new project ideas.
Three more days and you will find online the six training modules on Project Cycle Management in six languages: English, Italian, Polish, Greek, Dutch and French.
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The deadlines, the application details and the 2018 Programme Guide of the Erasmus+ 2018 Call for Proposals are now available online on the E+website.
The available documents are:
- the 2018 Erasmus+ Call for Proposals is the overview document with the deadlines for 2018
- the Erasmus+ Programme Guide contains detailed information on project rules, funding levels and application processes for Erasmus+ funding
- online version of the 2018 Programme Guide is also available
The major changes since 2017 include:
- the budget has been incremented by €.200 million
- the 2018 focus is set on projects supporting social inclusion (notably of refugees and migrants), as well as preventing radicalisation
- more opportunities for E+ higher education students to carry out traineeships aimed at gaining digital skills
- a new “Schools Exchange Partnerships” format under Strategic Partnerships to help schools better finding their way into cooperation projects
- the action “Sector Skills Alliances” has been reintroduced
- the funding rules for most actions have been fine-tuned
the deadlines are:
|Action||Deadline: all 12am CET|
|KA1||Mobility of individuals in the field of youth||1 February 2018|
|Mobility of individuals in the field of higher education||1 February 2018|
|Mobility of individuals in VET, school education and adult education fields||1 February 2018|
|Mobility of individuals in the field of youth||26 April 2018|
|Mobility of individuals in the field of youth||4 October 2018|
|Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees||15 February 2018|
|KA2||Strategic partnerships in the field of youth||1 February 2018|
|Strategic partnerships in the field of education and training||21 March 2018|
|Strategic partnerships in the field of youth||26 April 2018|
|Strategic partnerships in the field of youth||4 October 2018|
|Knowledge Alliances||28 February 2018|
|Sector Skills Alliances||28 February 2018|
|Capacity building in the field of higher education||8 February 2018|
|Capacity building in the field of youth||8 March 2018|
|KA3||Meetings between young people and decision-makers in the field of youth||1 February 2018
26 April 2018
4 October 2018
|Jean Monnet actions||Chairs, Modules, Centres of Excellence, Support to Associations, Networks, Projects||22 February 2018|
|Sport actions||Collaborative partnerships; Small collaborative partnerships; Not-for-profit European sport events||5 April 2018|
We remind that before starting the planning and the application process, you should:
- read all available documents
- follow the tips contained in the training modules on PCM which will be available soon on this very project-platform www.generativity.eu
It is now on line the PCM bibliography based on the research on relevant literacy on PCM carried on by Diciannove, Cardet, EEC, Danmar, FNARS and University of Thessaly in order to address the more innovative and efficient support, tools and path to PCM.
The bibliography is the result of a desktop research and sharing of partners methodological references.
We suggest to start from the European Commission guidelines, which are the reference standard for what concern the project management under the Eu programs.
Where possible, there is the link to the authorised web reference.
It is structured in alphabetical order as follow:
→ general references and main guidelines: EU Commission
→ publications in English
→ articles in English
→ publications, articles and link in partners national languages: Italian, French, Polish, Greek and Cyprus
Between Monday 12th and Friday 16th June 2017 all partners meet in Syros (EL) for a Short-Term Joint Staff Training Activity. These are five days of training on Project Cycle Management, during which the participants test the training modules on PCM that has been build in a draft beta version. The training days are scheduled on a precise program: the more skilled partners will chair each day the main theme of the day, while other partners will receive and validate the training and the lessons learnt. The partners chairing the various days are: Diciannove (It), EEC (Uk), Danmar (PL), Feints (Be) and Cardet (CY). To have constant updates on the work-in-progress of these training (daily program, main contributions, pics of the day), receive the up-coming news (such as the bibliography on PCM and the training modules on PCM), register on this platform and follow us on our social media.
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