European, pilot online course ”HOW TO PLAN, DEVELOP AND REALISE INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS...” starts June 22nd!Written by Agnieszka Dadak
The Partnership decided to face the challenge to organise the European pilot courses (that were supposed to take part in Budapest, Hungary, at the turn of March and April 2020) - in an online form.
The European pilot courses "How to plan, develop and realise international projects" will take part 22th - 30th of June 2020.
The courses will be divided into 3 independent sessions and the opening and evaluation sessions:
1) Opening session: Monday, June 22nd, 15.30 – 17.00
2) Course 1: Planning & Designing the project: June 23rd - 24th (Tuesday – Wednesday).
3) Course 2: Coordinating & Running the project: June 25th – 26th (Thursday – Friday).
4) Course 3: Monitoring & Evaluating the project: June 29th (Monday)
5) Summary/Evaluation session: Tuesday, June 30th, 15.30 – 17.00.
We do recommend the participants to take part in all 3 main courses sessions. There will be also the possibility to take part in 1 or 2 chosen course sessions. Each course session includes the morning and the afternoon session. In the morning, there will be online lectures followed by the questions & answers sessions.The trainers would give the participants workshop assignments to complete. In the afternoons, the trainers are available for the courses paticipants for any support: answering additional questions/consult/advise/support at delivering the course assignment. To deliver the course assignments the participants may work individually, still there will be also a possibility to work in an international teams offered - in order to get a glimpse of how the international cooperation may look like in practice.
The European courses participant will be:
Group A: Management bodies members of the civil society organisations, working in the lifelong learning area, interested in initiating international cooperation,
Grupa B: Persons, who would like to work as international projects managers for civil society organisations in the lifelong learning area,
invited by the five partner organisations from Poland, Italy, Austria, Denmark and Hungary.
The courses are dedicated to the first-time international projects realisers (beginners in the field).
The language of the course will be English.
"How to plan, develop and realise international projects" is a closed training course - which means that in order to participate you need to be invited by one of the five organisations realising the project.
1. Info package - practical information package concerning the organisation and course of the training courses.
2. The training programmes::
2a. Group A: "How to plan, develop and realise international projects. The management body member perspective".
2b. Group B: "How to plan, develop and realise international projects. The international project manager perspective".
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