Those of you who participated in some of our events and activities will soon receive a registration link automatically, but if you wish to subscribe now, do it. Please note that you do not have to register nor use the Moodle platform once you receive the link from us, but we encourage you to do so.
The times are challenging, but we continue to plan the next activities, webinars and training sessions. Soon we will send you more info on the upcoming transnational project management & capacity building activities.
You can now download from here the training material we developed in the Umbrella project framework for South Baltic beneficiaries.
The UMBRELLA project aims at building the capacity of local actors. We believe that this is the most effective way to deliver better and more sustainable policies at the local level. The projects and smaller bottom-up initiatives initiated at that level enable the achievement of the overarching objectives set by the “top-down” framework provided by the EU, called the European Union Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR).
That is why the EU funding programmes and organizations that use the resources to support their initiatives are important. And that is why the UMBRELLA project is important—because we help to boost this process. One of the primary objectives of the UMBRELLA project is to provide specific knowledge and skills in the implementation of goals and cross-border cooperation for local and regional entities in the South Baltic Region.
As part of this objective, we have initiated the project to develop a set of educational materials on the subject of project management, consisting of: – Beneficiary Manual (available for download in this post) a handbook for beneficiaries of the UMBRELLA project that introduces them to the subject of project management
— Trainer Manual a handbook for trainers of the UMBRELLA project, who conduct courses and workshops based on Beneficiary Manual