Mar 21, 2018

Training on H2020

Friday, February 9th, 2018

This training was designed for newcomers in the H2020 arena or aiming at having a more prominent leading role in future projects

Based on the success of the previous edition and to accommodate the demand, this is an extended two-day course (21st and 22nd of March 2018) dedicated to companies and institutions aiming at preparing and submitting proposals to the 2019 call Mobility for Growth and in particular on logistics. In this comprehensive training you will be briefed on key aspects of the proposal preparation: Identification of the call, definition of the project concept, identification of the partnership, writing of the technical part of the proposal, budgeting, administrative and financial aspects, and submission based on a real example.

The comments from participants:

“Many interesting aspects, many ‘secret tips’ and useful advice for the proposal preparation”

“The slides were designed to be useful post-training reference documents”

“Very knowledgeable and high level experienced Tutors, they master the subject and know the tips and tricks. Very down-to-earth”

“The whole training was very informative and satisfactory due to a comprehensive and effective overview”

The Training content was structured into three  parts:

  • the first part will introduce you to the H2020 and its calls, also giving you the fundamentals to identify opportunities, and how to integrate them into the company/organization strategies;
  • the second one focuses on the administrative aspects, from the budget preparation, to costs calculations, providing you with clear references and indications on how to deal and work with the participant portal;
  • the third and core part of the training will address how to approach the different parts of a proposal preparation (i.e., excellence, impacts, implementation) based on a real example and the expertise of the coaches.

For more information on future editions contact ALICE secretariat at: info@etp-logistics.eu


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