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International Training on Grant Agreement Preparation and Management
On Tuesday, September 13, 2016 “Fit for Health 2.0” will organise a full-day international training in Brussels addressing new coordinators of Horizon 2020 projects. This training is combined with an event organised by the European Commission for coordinators whose proposals were positively evaluated in the Societal Challenge 1 call of 2016.
The training will take place one day after the “Coordinators Day” and complement the information offered by the EC, providing additional presentations and tailor-made exercises on grant preparation, project and clinical trials management with discussions of practical cases.
During this one-day training we offer you information on the challenges of preparing the grant and especially the consortium agreement – the basis for a successful project start and smooth implementation. In a second part, we focus on project implementation and management. You will get insights into available tools, the procedure of project reporting and the various aspects of project management, including IPR issues. As clinical studies are an essential element of health research in the new framework programme and a significant amount of funding has been earmarked for related projects, a third part of the training will deal with the implementation and management of clinical trials in Horizon 2020.
The training will be given by members of the Fit for Health consortium with extensive theoretical knowledge and practical experience for grant agreement preparation, collaborative project management and clinical trials management.
For the event schedule and further reference see detailed agenda: agenda_final.pdf
A maximum of two persons per project will be able to join the event. The registration will be closed on September 08, 2016.
Please make sure to be timely at the Madou building in the morning of Tuesday, September 13, 2016, as the security check to enter the building requires some time.
For further questions please contact:
Juliane Roßbach, Eurice – European Research and Project Office GmbH
email@example.com, phone: +49 (0) 30 374415 837