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CERTIFIED TRANS-NATIONAL TT- MANAGER" - Building up a framework to qualify TT- Managers on a trans-national level and with mutual recognition

Objective

CERT-TTT-M addresses directly the 1st CREST-Recommendations in particular:
_To support EU-wide coordinated TT awareness and training activities targeting in particular the European research community (Rec15)
_To develop specific courses and programmes on TT and to ensure that they are accessible at a national level (Rec17)
_To promote the accreditation of TT professionals on a EU-wide basis, to facilitate exchange of personnel and experience, and promote mobility. (Rec18)

CERT-TTT-M is a bottom-up initiative by the participating countries and aims to complement OMC-CREST process by building up a framework or a blue-print education programme that
- Professionalizes TT on a trans-national level, thus reducing lack of TT skilled people in the ERA
- Covers all phases of the TT process, thus also facilitating a clear career structure for TT officers
- Meets the need for an official recognized course as basis for an official accredited profession (Certified TTT-Manager)
- Support MS policy makers to interlink CERT-TTT-M to their own specific TT-policy
- Standardizes the skill-set of TT profession in Europe (making comparable to internet. TT systems with view to TRENDCHART)
- Is based on surveys on both, the requirements to such a programme and the existing programmes in the EU

To achieve objectives it is vital to involve all the relevant TT stakeholders (also beyond Europe) by:
- Assigning CREST representatives to project steering committee, thus keeping in close touch with current CREST-cycle.
- Establishing work-groups with representatives from PROs that agree to implement education-programme subsequently on national and regional level (to be coordinated by CREST after end of project).
- Linking work-groups to advisory panel consisting of experts of major stakeholders (eg.Proton, ASTP, EIRMA, EPO) in order to generate a process of mutual learning, to assure dissemination of the programme and to ensure concerted coordination at EU and national level.

Call for proposal

FP6-2005-RTD-OMC-NET
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Funding Scheme

CA - Coordination action

Coordinator

AUSTRIA WIRTSCHAFTTSSERVICE GMBH
Address
Ungargasse 37
Vienna
Austria

Participants (10)

ASTER SOCIETA CONSORTILE PER AZIONI
Italy
Address
Via Gobetti, 101
Bologna
ERASMUS UNIVERSITEIT ROTTERDAM
Netherlands
Address
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50
1738 Rotterdam
INSTITUTE EUROPEEN ENTERPRISE ET PROPRIETE INTELLECTUELLE
France
Address
1 Rue Jean Dominique Cassini
Illkirch-graffenstaden
INSTITUUT VOOR DE AANMOEDIGING VAN INNOVATIE DOOR WETENSCHAP EN TECHNOLOGIE IN VLAANDEREN
Belgium
Address
Bischoffsheimlaan 25
Brussels
LATVIAN INVESTMENT AND DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
Latvia
Address
Perses Iela 2
Riga
MCI-MANAGEMENT CENTER INNSBRUCK GMBH
Austria
Address
Universitaetsstrasse 15
Innsbruck
MINISTERE DE L'EDUCATION NATIONALE, DE L'ENSEIGNEMENT SUPERIEUR ET DE LA RECHERCHE
France
Address
Rue De Grenelle, 110
Paris
MINISTERIE VAN ECONOMISCHE ZAKEN
Netherlands
Address
Bezuidenhoutseweg 30
The Hague
REGIONE EMILIA ROMAGNA
Italy
Address
Viale Aldo Moro 44
Bologna
SVENSKA VERKET FOER INNOVATIONSSYSTEM
Sweden
Address
Maester Samuelsgatan 56
Stockholm