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Training Course on Coordination of Complex Projects

Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe's training centre (FTU) organises a training course on Coordination of Complex Projects in cooperation with the European Association of Research Managers and Administrators (EARMA). The event will take place in Karlsruhe, Germany, on 11 May 2005.

11 May 2005 - 11 May 2005

Many scientific projects are very complex and require a special know-how. People involved in complex projects must have a good understanding and knowledge of the state-of-the-art project management and coordination methodologies.
The following topics will be covered:
- Special requirements of complex projects: Examples from R&D projects,- Definition of project goals,- Importance of feasibility studies,- Project life cycle of R&D projects,- Importance of project reviews,- Project management & coordination tools,- Project Management Office (PMO)
The course is designed for research managers and administrators, scientists, engineers, technical and administrative staff involved in projects. The aim is to provide the necessary knowledge and skills of risk management as required by project managers and project staff of complex projects.
Further information is available at or from Rudolf Woeste, e-mail: rudolf.woeste@ftu.fzk.deCourse fee: 495 EUR. The fee includes a one year EARMA-membership worth 150 EURO. EARMA members pay only 345 EURO. The fee also includes tuition, documentation, morning coffees, lunches, afternoon teas, refreshment drinks. ,Venue: Renaissance Karlsruhe Hotel, Mendelssohnplatz, D-76131 Karlsruhe, Germany,Rooms are available in Renaissance Karlsruhe Hotel at a special rate of 73 EUR per night (standard single room, B&B, garage) or 88 EUR (superior single room, B&B, garage)
To book a place simply email your personal details to or go to for online booking, keyword "Complex Projects".