The project aims to trainSME’s and NGO’s managers in the field of project management. The need for training in this field was shown by a number of studies and surveys reflecting unsatisfactory success rates of projects in SMEs and NGOs.
The project’s objectives are: training the PM trainers and new course modules development which will modify the standard methodologies and apply them to smaller projects implemented by SMEs and NGOs. The use of proven project management methodologies in smaller institutions will lead to higher success rates of their projects.
Deliverables include reading list (for beginners but also to more advanced learners seeking advice on best resources), course modules, full new Grundtvig course, project website and a manual for trainers.
The project is original by focusing on SMEs and NGOs and on the use of proven project management methodologies. The international cooperation will bring excellent expertise to the project. There will be at least 6 common workshops in partner countries. In addition, managers from SMEs and NGOs will be invited to join these workshops. Practitioners will present their project implementation experience and will bring other practical experience for development of modules.
This project is funded with support from Lifelong Learning Programme, Grundtvig Learning Partnership.
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