Registration for kick-off seminars in Pskov and Daugavpils is now open

We are happy to announce our kick-off seminars for beneficiaries on project implementation in Pskov (Russia) on August, 20 and Daugavpils (Latvia) on August, 22.

When planning the seminars, we asked ourselves: how can we best serve our project beneficiaries? Trying to find an optimal solution we initiated a survey among project partners and here are five most interesting topics that you’ve chosen:

  • Reporting
  • Financial management
  • Eligibility of costs
  • Project changes
  • Procurement

We’ve added some spice to this healthy mix: partnership in the project, monitoring and communication. And, of course, a generous pinch of individual consultations!

Check the agendas here: Pskov (Aug 20) and Daugavpils (Aug 22).

The event is available only upon approved registration. Register for the seminar in Pskov and Daugavpils and wait for the confirmation before arranging your travel:

Registration open till August 14.

The participation is restricted as following: one participant per beneficiary and two participants per Lead beneficiary.

The working language of the seminars is English.

 

In case of questions please contact:

Seminar in Pskov (Russia), August 20 – Natalia.Alexeeva@latruscbc.eu

Seminar in Daugavpils (Latvia), August 22 – Jelizaveta.Sibatovska@varam.gov.lv

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