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LEONARDO DA VINCI contact seminar

A contact seminar for potential proposers wishing to respond to the 1996 call for proposals for the LEONARDO DA VINCI programme will take place in Brussels, Belgium, on 2 May 1996.

The LEONARDO DA VINCI programme in the field of vocational training launched a call for proposa...

2 May 1996 - 2 May 1996
Belgium
A contact seminar for potential proposers wishing to respond to the 1996 call for proposals for the LEONARDO DA VINCI programme will take place in Brussels, Belgium, on 2 May 1996.

The LEONARDO DA VINCI programme in the field of vocational training launched a call for proposals on 29 February 1996, with a closing date of 24 May 1996. The aim of the seminar is twofold:

- To inform potential proposers about general application procedures (eligibility criteria, quality aspects, possible types of projects), and about the fifth priority of the 1996 call for proposals, concerning the promotion of access to skills through the information society in the context of lifelong learning;
- To give potential proposers the opportunity to form partnerships.

The morning session of the seminar will be broadcast live by satellite to remote sites all over Europe.
For further information, please contact:

Technical Assistance Office
LEONARDO DA VINCI
9 rue de l'Astronomie
B-1210 Brussels
Tel. +32-2-2270100; Fax +32-2-2270101
E-mail: leonardo@dg22.cec.be

Information may also be found on the EUROPA server on the World Wide Web at:

http://www.cec.lu/en/comm/dg22/leonardo/callsat.html

For technical information about the live broadcast, please contact:

Mr. Mathy Vanbuel
Audiovisuele Dienst
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Groenveldlaan 3b3
B-3001 Heverlee
Tel. +32-16-329254; Fax +32-16-329298
E-mail mathy.vanbuel@avd.kuleuven.ac.be

If you are looking for partners to submit a LEONARDO DA VINCI project, you may use a database set up for this purpose in Finland on the World Wide Web at:

http://www.leonardocentre.fi/psd/