Numerous new and improved EU funding support schemes have been or are soon to be launched, both directly from Brussels and at a national level. SMEs, innovation, competitiveness, sustainability and training are amongst the top priorities. Are you finding your way amongst all these opportunities and making the best of them?
A short course providing a practical view over the various EU funding opportunities available for the period 2014-2020, how to access and manage such, will take place over 4 afternoons on the 2nd, 3rd, 5th and 6th May 2016.
Responding to interest and demand following the success of previously held sessions, this short course will be now organised for the fifth time. As the number of places per intake are limited, early booking is highly recommended.
Representatives of any organisation, be it private company, public organisation, or NGO, active in the economic, educational, cultural, social or environmental sector would benefit from attending this course. Senior and middle management representatives are best placed to reap the benefits of this course.
Lecturer: Ms Anamaria Magri Pantea
Venue: People Learning, Ta’Xbiex
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