In cooperation with the Nord University: https://www.nord.no/en  EFMC will hold its first training in Bodø, Norway. During the 5 days in April, the attendees will have the unique opportunity to attend two H2020 training’s during the same week:

  • 01-02 April 2019 2-day “Theoretical and Practical guide to Proposal Writing of H2020 R&I projects”
  • 03-04-05 April 2019 3-day “Financial Management of Horizon 2020 Projects. Theoretical and Practical Approach” 

The learning objectives of our brand new course “Theoretical and Practical guide to Proposal Writing of H2020 R&I projects” is to provide participants with an in-depth understanding of the theoretical and practical dynamics of the proposal writing of an H2020 R&I project. Coordinators, Scientists, researchers, principle investigators and team leaders will find this course especially useful and interesting in how to practically write and submit a winning H2020 proposal.

Our always in demand “Financial Management of Horizon 2020 Projects” training takes place the same week. Theoretical and Practical Approach” is suitable for grant managers, EU projects officers, financial and audit staff dealing with H2020 funded projects.

Uniquely there is the option to register for the 5-day combination training covering both topics for so – called “hybrids” i.e: coordinators/researchers who have the dual roles of scientific & financial reporting in their organisation. 

Read more here.

Take advantage of this unique opportunity and register for both events here!

 In case of any questions, please feel free to contact us.


EFMC is happy to announce that we are organising an additional H2020 training in Italian. The event will take place in Rome on 14-15-16 May 2019. We recommend to take this unique opportunity and enrol now through the application form

In case of any questions, please feel free to contact us.


Dear Customers, 


We would like to inform you that  from the 22nd of December 2018 our office will be closed for the Christmas Holidays.
We will be back in the office on Monday, the 7th of January 2019.

We wish all our current and future customers and cooperation partners peaceful holidays and a prosperous year 2019!

EFMC Team


We all know that learning process is much more efficient if you can share the experience and acquired knowledge with someone from your own organisation. So we have great news for you – now it’s the perfect time to take your colleagues with you to EFMC training’s!

For EFMC open-training’s (H2020 Financial Management, Participant Portal and Proposal Writing training’s) commencing in 2019, the second person will get 10% off and the third person will get 20% off your course fees

Kindly note that in case of 4 or more persons from the same entity we strongly recommend to consider requesting a bespoke tailor made in-house training instead. You can learn about the benefits of this type of training here.

N:B:The discount is not applicable in case of attendance for 1 day of training and must be availed of at the same location for at least 2 days consecutively.

Please contact us for additional information.

We are looking forward to seeing you at the trainings!


 

EFMC is pleased to announce new locations for H2020 training courses “Financial Management of Horizon 2020 Projects. Theoretical and Practical Approach” taking place in Brussels, December 2018 and in Rome, March 2019.

Please see the list of courses below, choose the language and location of your convenience and register now as the seats are limited!

UPCOMING H2020 COURSES 2018-2019

LAST PLACES! 28-30 November / Bilbao, Spain / Spanish / Enrol
NEW! 18-20 December / Brussels, Belgium / English / Enrol
16-18 January / Naples, Italy / Italian / Enrol
6-8 February / Prague, Czech Republic / English / Enrol
NEW! 12-14 March / Rome, Italy / English / Enrol

UPCOMING PARTICIPANT PORTAL COURSES 2018-2019

22-23 November / Vienna, Austria / English / Enrol
NEW! 16-17 January / Barcelona, Spain / English / Enrol

 

We advise to register as soon as possible, to reserve a spot in the Training Course of your convenience. Please contact us for additional information.

 

We are looking forward to seeing you at the trainings!


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