MICRO Project: IDP organised a multiplier event to share MICRO results and outputs

IDP European Consultants organised a multiplier event in Pescara on Thursday 27th September to disseminate MICRO results and outputs. MICRO – Enhancing Competitiveness of Micro-enterprises in Rural Areas is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission, Key Action 2, Strategic Partnerships for Vocational and Educational Training. MICRO was implemented by 7 partners from 6 countries (Belgium, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Macedonia and Spain) with the objective to sustain growth and competitiveness of rural micro-enterprises by developing practical training resources and a dedicated Open Educational Resource (OER Platform).

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IDP showed to participants the Project life-cycle going through the 4 Intellectual Outputs of the Project and the training modules developed and tested on the target group.
After a structured need analysis the Consortium developed tailored training modules on the needs of micro-enterprises in rural areas, to help them building capacity and new skills.
The training is freely available in multilingual versions on the dedicated Open Educational Resource Platform: www.microsmetraining.eu.

IDP European Consultants has direct experience on EU projects and grants. It has a proven track record of success and consolidated expertise in the management of large and complex international projects.Furthermore, IDP organises specialised training in EU project design and management. The next edition of the MasterClass will be held in Brussels on November 13th-16th 2018.

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For further information on MICRO and IDP services and activities:

www.idpeuropa.com
networks@idpeuropa.com
Facebook: IDP Bruxelles
LinkedIn: IDP European Consultants

 

 

 

 

 

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