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Training on Tempus project proposals writing

On February 3, 2012 representatives of the National Tempus-office in Ukraine (NTO) funded by EU held training on Tempus project proposals writing. The training was commissioned in cooperation among International Renaissance Foundation, Kharkiv Charity Fund “Academy”, Kharkiv University of Humanities “People’s Ukrainian Academy” and the NTO in Ukraine. Kharkiv University of Humanities hosted the training. The series of such thematic training was launched by the NTO in June 2011, and this training became the second in the series.

The idea for the training was initiated by Kharkiv University of Humanities. The University acted as a caring host for the training and assured comfortable conditions for training and discussion.

On February 3, 2012, 25 representatives of higher education institutions from Kharkiv, Mykolayiv, Vinnytsia and Poltava took part in the training. It is worth mentioning that the launch of trainings on Tempus project proposal writing has been driven by the high demand. Given the nature of the training, the limited number of registered participants (50%) was invited to participate in event. This provided for individual treatment of every participant, and thorough assessment of every project idea by the trainers.

Within the framework of the training, participants obtained knowledge and skills in relevance to determining project problems, objectives and results and learned how to counter-act risks appearing during the project implementation which are out-of-control of project implementers. Participants had the opportunity to work in groups to practice in project strategy formulation, defining problems, their projects aimed at resolving, objectives, the projects aimed at reaching, and developing working tactics with project partners/ stakeholders. Based on three years experience of Tempus program in Ukraine, representatives of NTO consulted and recommended upon elaborated project ideas.

It is important that knowledge and skills obtained within the training will be of help to training participants in preparation of other (besides Tempus) projects of international technical assistance. Given the fact that demand for trainings on project proposals writing is high, the NTO in Ukraine is planning to hold another thematic training in the second semester of 2012. Along this training, in the second half of 2012, the NTO plans to organize three Tempus Information Days.

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