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CfA: Training Seminar - International Project Management, Ljubljana, 9-12.11.2005

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    From: Gorazd Weiss; Austrian Science and Research Liaison Office Ljubljana CALL FOR APPLICATION Training Seminar on International Project
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 23, 2005
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      From: "Gorazd Weiss; Austrian Science and Research Liaison Office
      Ljubljana" <weiss@...>


      CALL FOR APPLICATION

      Training Seminar on International Project Management


      Date: Wednesday, 9 November 2005 until Saturday, 12 November 2005
      Venue: Ljubljana, Slovenia



      The training Seminar is organized within the framework of UNESCO’s Strategy
      for Enhancing Scientific Cooperation in South East Europe. Through this
      initiative, the organizers, UNESCO Office in Venice - ROSTE
      (www.unesco.org/venice) and the Austrian Science and Research Liaison
      Office Ljubljana – Centre for Social Innovation, Vienna
      (http://www.aso.zsi.at), aim to contribute to the continuing professional
      fulfilment of those responsible for science and technology in the countries
      of South Eastern European Region. The international participation in the
      Seminar will contribute towards enhancing cooperation and networking among
      SEE researchers with their respective counterparts on regional (SEE),
      European and global level.



      Who can apply



      Research Managers and Research Administrators, from both governmental and
      academic levels, from the following countries: Albania, Bosnia and
      Herzegovina, Croatia, FYR of Macedonia, and Serbia and Montenegro.
      Applications from Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey will also be considered.

      Applications for participation of female research managers is highly
      encouraged. Early stage career researchers who have not yet administered
      research projects but intend to do it as part of their career development
      plan can also apply.



      Training Content



      The participants in the Seminar will receive methodological and practical
      training and a very systematic and goal orientated view on international
      project management. They will have the opportunity to enhance their project
      management skills with a special emphasis on aspects of European and
      international co-operation. The Seminar will provide the participants with
      relevant concepts and tools and with information on concrete science and
      technology related funding programmes of European and other international
      organisations.

      The Seminar will be led by an international team of highly experienced
      trainers from Austria, Slovenia and members of the European Association of
      Research Managers and Administrators (EARMA, www.earma.org).

      PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME:
      Module 1: Implementation of Project Strategies through Research
      Projects – Logical Framework Approach
      Module 2: Project Planning
      Module 3: Organisation of the Research Project
      Module 4: Project Control & Financial Issues & Project Leadership
      Module 5: Funding schemes for International Research Projects relevant
      for SEE countries
      Module 6: Communication/Dissemination of research results

      Language: English

      Organisational and contact details



      There is no tuition fee! Economy class travel expenses and local
      accommodation will be covered by the organizers.

      We kindly ask you to fill in the registration form until 12 September 2005
      (Registration form and other information available on www.aso.zsi.at) and
      send it to ASO Ljubljana, Dunajska 104, SI-1000 Slovenia
      (aso-ljubljana@...; tel. 00 386-1-568 41 68/ fax: 00 386-1-568 41 69).
      The organisers will inform you about the outcome of selection procedure by
      30 September 2005.

      For information concerning the workshop programme please contact Miroslav
      Polzer, Director ASO Ljubljana (polzer@...) or Iulia Nechifor, Programme
      Officer, UNESCO-ROSTE (i.nechifor@...).
      For organisational details (venue, hotel accommodation, travel, etc.)
      contact Gorazd Weiss (weiss@...), 00 386-1-568 41 68 or 00 386-31-637424.
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