Access to European funds and European citizenship education

Description and main aims

The training course was created to improve project management skills and increase access to European funds for all those who are interested in develop International cooperation projects and learn a common base for all EU Programs. The training is aimed at those who wish to further develop their project management and leadership skills in a network with others and in a focused learning environment.

Training focuses mainly on issues met by project managers who work with international projects with intercultural team members and stakeholders. It is challenging to work as a project manager. Working with international project management adds the extra challenges of dealing with different cultures, languages, geographically dispersed team members and/or managers and perhaps also time zones.

The Training  offers you the specific skills associated with working as an international project manager based on the global perspective incorporated in the programme which focuses on challenges met by project managers in an international and inter-cultural context. The strength of the Course lies in the fact that its teaching is based on constant planning activities, performed on behalf of the most important European resource and point of reference in this field. That is how the Course is able to offer practical, certified training that is constantly being updated on the procedures used in European project management. 

The approach used in the European Project Management in-service training course is highly practical, based on the expertise of the course trainers who have around 10 years experience in European project management and planning.

A practical simulation is carried out for each topic in focus during the European Project Design.

The target groups of the In-Service Training course on European Project Management are: School teachers and directors; university professors; managers of training organizations; managers of adult education institutions; managers of public bodies.


The European Project Management course aims to provide participants with the skills to enable them to effectively manage a European project. This includes:

  • manage contractual procedures with the European Commission;

  • organize and plan the project work;

  • manage the project partnership;

  • monitor the project development and evaluate its outcomes;

  • create and deliver project reports;

  • manage the financial and administrative issues of the project.



Working on European methods

Reading together best practices

Writing concretely a project

Checking the evaluation systems

Understanding the importance of European topics

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JUMP organises a training every month of the year excluded in the Christmas period.

If you're a writing a KA1 project, please, plan the most suitable period for you and your team starting from the 1 of July every year and then, when you will know if your project is approved, we will write each other and we will confirm dates and sessions planning together. If you prefer to write and you need a formal confirmation, please write to