PRISM is pleased to invite you to the free of charge Grundtvig workshop: “PCM as a tool to rationalize work planning and organization”, organized in Italy, Sicily (Caltanissetta) by “PRISM-Promozione Internazionale Sicilia-Mondo”.
It is a unique chance to meet people from different countries and cultures, share experience and spend great time in Sicily, Caltanissetta – Land of Inspiration!
TOPIC OF THE WORKSHOP:
Project Cycle Management as an approach to rationalize work planning and organization in organizations providing adult literacy education.
Responding to a growing need to face a constantly changing society, the workshop is designed to enhance the development knowledge and skills of staff involved in adult literacy education or working with illiterate adults. Therefore the workshop offers a complementary training based on key tools along with theoretical learning related to the Project Cycle Management (PCM), as an approach to rationalize work planning and organization. Session topics will focus on PCM principles and the Logical Framework Approach, needs assessment, the programming process, identification and formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation. The workshop includes presentations and interactive sessions, project works and analysis of multiple case studies, role-play, maieutic workshop and tailored discussions in which trainers and participants will bring in and share their professional experiences within the group. The program will also include field trips to various historical and cultural sites in Sicily!
WHAT IS THE PROJECT CYCLE MANAGEMENT?
Project Cycle Management (PCM) is a term used to describe the management activities and decision-making procedures used during the life-cycle of a project (including key tasks, roles and responsibilities, key documents and decision options). In 1992, the European Commission adopted the PCM as its primary set of of project design and management tools.
DATES: April 25th- May 5th, 2014
VENUE: Calatnissetta, Italy – Sicily
For more information about Sicily and Caltanissetta visit: http://www.italia.it/en/discover-italy/sicily.html
- Managerial/administrative staff of organisations providing adult literacy programmes.
- Staff involved in adult literacy education or working with illiterate adults.
- The workshop is open to n. 20 professionals who are a national of or permanently residing (or registered as refugee or asylum-seeker) in one of the Programme countries, namely: the 28 Member States of the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland (EFTA-EEA countries) and Turkey (candidate country).
ACCOMMODATION AND SUBSISTENCE:
Fully provided by the workshop organizer. Participants will be hosted in the B&B “Antichi Ricordi”, www.antichiricordi.com
100% reimbursed after participant’s arrival and upon full attendance of the workshop.
HOW TO APPLY:
If you wish to apply to participate in our Grundtvig Workshop, please proceed as follows:
- Use the application form for participants provided by the Workshop organisation (upon your request), which you must, duly complete and sign and then send it back to us.
- A personal CV (in European format) should be attached to the application form as well
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS:
31st January 2014
- Stage 1: Screening of your application form and CV
- Stage 2: A telephone/Skype call will be arranged at a date and time that suitable for you
- Stage 3: We will get back to you within a week after the telephone/Skype call in order to let you know if you have been successful.
If you are interested or fond you want to request the application form or simply to submit any additional request of information/clarification you may have, please do not hesitate in contacting us by using the contacts below and we will either send you the Application Form to fill in, via e-mail or reply to your request as soon as possible.
- The "call for participants"
- The "registration form" to be sent by 31st January 2014 in addition to a personal CV.
We would also appreciate if you could forward this e-mail with this invitation to any persons or organizations in your city/region/country that might be interested in the topic of our workshop. Moreover we will be grateful if you could publish this invitation in your website or social network of your institution.
Looking forward to receiving your prompt reply!
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained there.