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MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION OF E.C. FUNDED PROJECTS; THE PM² METHODOLOGY

Contributed by: European Academy

From 2019-02-04 to 2019-02-05, Luxembourg
The EC recently took the important initiative to bring the PM² Methodology closer to its broader stakeholders and user community to establish a common PM language and process for projects within and across institutions. A common language across the entire H2020 Programme will increase effectiveness, collaboration, efficiency and success in the coordination of projects in the EU. Understanding and implementing the PM² Methodology is essential for anyone participating or dealing with EU projects.
MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION OF E.C. FUNDED PROJECTS; THE PM² METHODOLOGY
This unique course has been designed to address the needs of organisations and people involved in international collaborative EU-funded projects. It is the only course developed around the PM² Methodology of the European Commission with a strong focus on its application to Horizon 2020 projects.


The course includes all the essentials for the understanding of the EU projects environment such as the rights and obligations of EU funds beneficiaries and provides step-by-step guidance for the management of projects.


The course will equip participants with all the necessary knowledge, skills and reference sources to help them understand, tailor and effectively use the PM² Methodology for the coordination of multi-party project work, but also for the effective reporting and smooth communication with the Project Officers of the European Commission.


During this two-day training, the Critical Success Factors (CSFs) of project management will be discussed and participants will understand how PM² addresses them. With the help of workshops and exercises, at the end of the course participants will be in a position to start implementing some of the PM² best practices which will increase the quality of their project management. After the training, participants will be in a position to more successfully coordinate collaborative projects and increase their success rates by implementing PM² in their proposals.


Strictly limited seats per course ensure a much more focused learning experience and a customised programme.

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Horison 2020, H2020, FP7, EC, EU Project, EU Fund, EC Grant, Techniques for Project Design, Marie-Sklodowska-Curie Actions, MSCA, Innovative Training Networks, European Training Networks, Audit, Auditing activities, Audit Report, Finance, Project Cost, Evaluation, Workshop, Training Course, Practice, Research, Innovation, Proposal, Model Grant Agreement, Project Reporting, Project Financial Statement, Certification of Costs, Project audit, Eligible costs, Non-eligible costs, Direct Costs, Indirect Costs, Coordinator Rights, H2020 Legal Aspects, CFS, COM
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