This first module aims at providing participants with key tools and tips to build successful Marie Curie project proposals. The thorough analysis of the proposal templates for this particular strand of Horizon 2020 will allow participants to acquire the competence needed to complete the administrative, technical and financial sections of the proposals – particularly within the framework of ITN.
Frontal lectures will always be coupled with practical exercises; furthermore, participants will be provided with examples of completed sections of proposal templates, to help them acquire basic notions for successful project elaboration and to equip them with ready-to-use and easy-to-adapt material for designing future H2020 proposals.
MAIN CONTENTS OF THIS FIRST MODULE:
• Introduction to Marie Curie Actions and presentation of ITN Actions’ features
• Analysis of the relevant websites (e.g. Participant Portal) and support tools made available by the European Commission (e.g. EURAXESS) to prospective applicants and beneficiaries
• Analysis of the structure of the calls for proposals and hints to quickly identify suitable calls
• Analysis of the proposal submission procedure: functioning of the Participant Portal Submission Service (PPSS)
• Filling in the Administrative Forms: data of partners, ethics issues and supporting documents
• Indications to build up the technical-scientific part of the proposal: guided analysis of the application form, with particular focus on the:
a. elaboration of the Excellence Section: identification of project objectives and structuring of Work-packages, paying particular attention to the definition of Training and Knowledge-sharing activities
b. elaboration of the Impact Section: identification of impacts and of methods and tools for disseminating and exploiting project results
c. elaboration of the Implementation Section: definition of project management structures, risks and contingency measures, indicators and related means of verification
• Management of ethics issues
• Evaluation criteria for Marie Curie project proposals.
• Practical tips to elaborate a successful proposal.
The course specifically addresses the needs of professionals and project managers who are involved in the design of Marie Curie projects, both in the private and the public sector. The course can be an effective tool to help participants to successfully manage projects, as well as to further develop their internal project management strategies. It can also provide a good opportunity to network and to share good practices.
THE COURSE WILL BE HELD IN ITALIAN. Courses can also be offered in English on demand.
Date: Tuesday 18th October (from 09:00 to 17:00)
COURSE FEE FOR ATTENDANCE ONLY TO THE FIRST MODULE (18th October 2016): € 500+VAT.
FEE FOR WHO WILL ATTEND BOTH MODULES (18th October 2016 and 19th-20th October 2016): € 1200+VAT (i.e.: € 500+VAT for the first module and € 700+VAT for the second module).
The fee includes tuition, documentation (both in printed and electronic format), certificate, morning coffees and lunches.
Course venue: Grand Hotel Palace (Via Veneto 70 – 00187 - Rome – Website: http://www.grandhotelpalacerome.com/index.php).
Deadline for registration: 11th October 2016
For further information, detailed agenda and registration form, please refer to our website: http://www.eucore.eu/
WEBPAGE DEDICATED TO THIS FIRST MODULE (18th October 2016): http://www.eucore.eu/training-courses/upcoming-courses/18361-progettazione-nelle-azioni-marie-curie-itn-2016
WEBPAGE DEDICATED TO THE SECOND MODULE (19th-20th October 2016): http://www.eucore.eu/training-courses/upcoming-courses/18360-gestione-e-rendicontazione-marie-curie-erc-horizon-2016
Horizon 2020, Techniques for Project Design, Marie-Sklodowska-Curie Actions, MSCA, Innovative Training Networks, EID, European Industrial Doctorates, EJD, European Joint Doctorates, ETN, European Training Networks