Challenges and Possibilities in Project Planning – June 6, 7
June 6-7, 2015 | Supercinema Via Garibaldi 1 – Tuscania (Viterbo)
Organized by Leben nuova in collaboration with Kinesfera Association
Facilitated by Silvana Bisogni, a highly qualified project planning coach with a long time experience in public and private funding programs. this 2 day course integrates theoretical, technical and practical aspects of dealing with non profit and socio-cultural projects.
Classes will be held in the Supercinema of Tuscania (VT).
National and European fundings not only give the opportunity to build infrastructures but also allow the realization of educational trainings, social initiatives, work positions, and so on …
For information in English, housing and registration please write to email@example.com
PROGRAMSaturday – June 6, 2015 9.00am – Arrival and questionnaire. 9.30am- Course introduction: historical background of Europe’s constitution. Values and objectives of the European action. 11.45am – Break. 12.00pm – Introduction to funding from institutions; the EU programs – sources of information – contents and areas of intervention. 1.00pm – Lunch break. 2.30pm – Italian finantial programs in public and private sector – sources of information – contents and areas of intervention. 5.30pm – Closure. Sunday – June 7, 2015 9am – Introduction to project planning methodology. 10am – Reading a tender notice – Elaborating ideas for projects (work in small groups) 1pm – Break. 2pm– Sharing and questions – Filling up final test and approval questionnaire. 3:30pm – Handling of written material and attendance certificate.
Silvana Bisogni has a degree in Education and is specialized in Sociology. She has developed research in child and teenagehood field. From 1990, she has been working in the project planning sector as a consultant for European, national and local, public and private funding programs . She is an expert in this sector and has been teaching in Masters’ degree programs promoted by local public institutions, associations and third sector companies.
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