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An ad hoc structured project for UDA students for the transfer of strategic skills and knowledge for European Planning!

The proposed course aims at providing students with a methodological background for the design and management of projects financed with European funds together with theoretical and practical tools useful to encourage the creative process for the design of a project proposal of cultural and social value. The course is aimed at developing a real project idea in response to a call for proposals, basing much of the teaching experience on learning by doing.

More and more often employers, both public and private, decide to turn to experts in the sector to participate in the calls for proposals published by the European institutions, favoring human resources who know how to juggle in the field of Community planning, a broadly multi-sectoral field that offers important economic opportunities for development in all fields of work. In fact, the Europlanner is a professional figure that has established itself in the labor market in recent years with interesting prospects for employment development. Possessing a basic knowledge of europlanning is a key element for the success of any professional, organization or company operating within the European Union. It is therefore essential for the students of University of Chieti-Pescara to acquire theoretical and practical skills on European funding, on how to access it, and on techniques for drafting and managing projects, knowledge that is currently well spent in the labor market.  

Divided into 5 modules, the course lasts a total of 60 hours, including 4 theoretical online training sessions and 2 meetings of Practical Design Jam in face-to-face groups at the University of Chieti.

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