EuroVienna EU-consulting & -management GmbH is the main service center for EU projects in Austria. EuroVienna offers support in developing and implementing EU projects from start to finish. Through its training programme “EuroAccess Training” it offers knowledge on how to successfully apply for EU funds and how to correctly do the accounting for your EU-funded projects. EuroVienna’s clients include the European Commission, the city of Vienna, towns, and municipalities in Austria and other EU member states but also research institutes and private companies.
European Fund Management Consulting – EFMC is one of the leading organizations in Europe specialized in the financial management of European Union Research & Innovation projects (FP7 & H2020). EFMC supports beneficiaries of European Grants in all financial issues concerning European projects, via trainings, group works, or role-plays in the role of a European Commission auditor. Their main specialization is research grants such as FP7 and H2020.
EUFRAK-EuroConsults Berlin GmbH is active in the field of adult education and training on EU funding and project management. While permanent courses are offered, EUFRAK also offers
customized trainings based on the wishes of its clients. Further, EUFRAK supports clients in all steps of an EU project, starting from the desk research for suitable funding programs, until the final
accounting. EUFRAK is part of various EU projects itself.
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Building Bridges Cultural Association (BB) is a training association, mainly working with youth (ages 18-30), youth trainers, and adult learners, aiming to improve their employability through non-formal education methodologies. BB’s belief is that transnational experiences offer young people the opportunity to grow within a European dimension through the development of their personal and professional skills, in order to become main actors of the European future. BB’s work is strongly supported through the Erasmus+ program as well as the European Solidarity Corps.
Through our network, we want to bring forth a vital part of human interaction: a face you can get to know and trust. Our network is made up of people. People who we want you to get to know and trust.
Next week we want to introduce you to the founding partners of our project #EuLearning, both by who they are and what they are bringing to the network. Stay tuned!
The 2nd Partners Meeting of the Erasmus+ project EU Learning – Exchange of good practices and network creation in adult education and e-learning in the field of EU funding, took place at the partner’s premises in Rome. The objectives of this strategic partnership are to create a European network between the participating organisations and beyond, to discuss good practices and innovations in the training each organisations offers with a specific focus on e-learning and to successfully prepare and enter the new funding period through a constant exchange of information and material.
At today’s meeting, the three partner organisations presented their educational offers and started the discussion on state of the art, deadlines, difficulties and risks to be encountered concerning the production of the main intellectual output of the project, a handbook with particularities about the EU funding programmes of the new period 2021-2027. Clarifications and discussions on added value of the new European network, external organisations to be joined and the introduction in the Open Project Platform also took place. The project partners are: Eufrak – Euroconsults Berlin from Germany as the leading partner, European Projects Association from Belgium, European Fund Management Consulting OÜ from Estonia, Association INFORMO from Croatia, Prodos Consulting from Italy, Association Building Bridges from Spain, and the Institute Pedro Nunes from Portugal.