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Report on certification framework (draft)

The assessment and a system of feedback loops will be a regular feature of the learning program. This will allow the partners to test and validate the quality, relevance and effects of the learning program regularly. Report on Certification framework will include competency framework and assessment process (month 12); and tested with participants of learning programme (month 24).

Summary of communication pack of PROSPECT (Draft)

Draft Summary of communication pack of PROSPECT (Logo & Graphical charter, 1 Leaflet, & 3 sets of Postcards in 7 languages, 2 Roll-ups).

Guidance notes for trainers on the peer to peer learning tools for each module

In T3.4 the roles of trainers will be defined, starting from the needs assessment and categorization of interests (WP2), where the matching process of what can be offered as training and what is required will provide the guidance for task 3.4. and will provide guidance for trainers.

Content for learning modules (draft)

First version of the report on content for learning modules

Summary of visual communication material (Draft)

Draft Summary of visual communication material will include 3 to 5 infographics (online + printed), visual ‘quotes’ (from cities to cities) to support the engagement campaign (online).

PROSPECT Dissemination Strategy (Draft)

Draft version of the dissemination strategy to be developed with activities

Monitoring guidelines for the success of the learning programs

The leader is IEECP, but will be assisted by UPRC. IHS is responsible for the launching of the peer to peer learning itself and for the tendering process for the selection of additional trainers. The launching, guidance and certification will be also facilitated by the SB. ESV and S.ENERGIA will act as trainers for the Modules selected (public buildings, private buildings and public lighting) for the three years. The City of Trnava and S. Energia will also act as verifiers to the peer selection process and will assist via their feedbacks in the measurement of success of the peer to peer learning initiatives.

Report on best practices to feed in the learning program

Identification of best practices and their categorisation to the learning programme modules .

Summary of peer-to-peer learning objectives for all trainees (Draft)

Initiatl list of peer-to-peer learning objectives for all trainees

Report on selection process from ongoing needs assessments

In order to build on past expertise and pre-analysis, T2.1 will make use of the existing platforms and needs assessment surveys developed by the networks or EU-funded projects and initiatives (for instance the Covenant of Mayors), in which local and regional stakeholders express the needs and barriers they face in financing their sustainable energy projects and the solutions and expertise they can provide. These will then be translated and streamlined into concrete objectives of the learning process and serve to start a matching process between the trainees who are looking for expertise in the fields covered by PROSPECT.

Detailed structure and plan for the learning objectives for the learning programme and set parameters (draft)

The deliverable will have two drafts, in months 6 and 12 with a final document due in month 24.

Summary report on individual charter agreements (draft)

Once the trainers are instructed on the process of peer to peer learning from the SB, the trainees in each module will be presented with a charter agreement, which will define clearly the learning objectives and what is expected from them during the courses. This informal agreement will provide the guidance to the entire process and will be generated for each individual trainee and ensure serious intentions of authorities to be an active stakeholder in the project. The first summary of this process will be delivered in month 6, second month 12 and the last in month 24.

PROSPECT Learning Platform (Draft)

The first version will be due in month 6 and the second in month 12. The platform will mainly be used to store the training materials and will help in the effective promotion of the project concept, results and stakeholder engagement. Instead of a traditional website, the consortium will evaluate the option to host all materials and content through a Moodle (or any other relevant MOOC) or the CLIMATE KIC training platform to ensure that the format will be adapted to trainees and trainees. No matter which web presence will be chosen, the platform will host: -Recording of the webinars. Slides and reports on training sessions -Best practices datasheets from trainers (already documented) -Interactive map for all trainees and trainers to locate the good examples -Online interaction opportunities between trainees and trainers (for instance a community forum for the trainees, peer-to-peer feedback tool, and others)

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