Seminar on Europlanning to seize the opportunities for European funding
Saturday, 20 June 2015, a course on the financing of European programmes aimed at supporting territorial development is held at the Monastery of Saint Augustin in Montalcino. The course is open to all those involved in funded projects, either in the private sector (profit or non-profit) or in the public sector.
OCRA Officina Creativa dell’Abitare
Via Boldrini 4, Montalcino (SI)
20 June 2015
Saturday, 20 June 2015, the Association Land.is holds an 8-hour seminar on the funding of European programmes aimed at supporting territorial development at the Monastery of Saint Augustin in Montalcino (Siena) in collaboration with the Permanent School of Living.
This full-immersion course provides the tools and methods necessary to set up European funded projects, in particular projects related to the programmes Europe for Citizens, Creative Europe and Erasmus Plus (programming 2014-2020). The course is open to all those involved in funded projects, either in the private sector (profit or non-profit) or in the public sector.
The seminar is given by Elisa Lavagnino, the European Project Manager at the Department of Marine, Electrical, Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering of the University of Genoa, who explains the general aspects of the main European portals, how to search for and analyse the calls for proposals, and how to write a project starting from an idea. At Land.is., we believe that, in times when economic resources are limited, it is important to develop new skills connected with European funding programmes, so as to create the opportunity to access the funds allocated in different sectors.