Strategy in 2014-20 drives the EU towards smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, based on eight specific and measurable targets in five principle areas – employment, education, research and development, energy and climate change, and the eradication of poverty and social ; These will be the eight measurements that ; These will ultimately tell us whether the European Structural and Investment Funds have been used effectively, to reach the desired results and impact on people’s ; The end justifies the means.
And what are the preferred means for 14-20? Implementation needs to happen, efficiently and most of all ; Speak first about ; The simplification of the management and control systems and the availability of different forms of financial support are helping to channel funds more ; Whether it’s being done more effectively or not, it will be up to the evaluation exercises to report.
Monitoring and evaluation of targets thus assume a very important role, at all levels of the shared management of ESIF: from the European Commission, through the managing, certifying, audit authorities and intermediate bodies, down to the beneficiaries and final ; We have a crucial role in making sure that project selection is aligned with the OP objectives, implementation does not derail from agreed targets, indicators are being fulfilled, and results are achieved.
This course aims at delivering an exhaustive overview of the monitoring and evaluation techniques for the 14-20 period and the newest management and financing methods (SCOs and financial instruments) introduced to ensure Programmes are truly ; It provides an essential toolkit for any person responsible for the successful delivery of ESI-funded programmes and projects.
16 May 2018 @ 08:30 am
18 May 2018 @ 06:00 pm
Duration: 2 days, 9 hours
Hilton Malta Hotel