The Institut für Europäische Politik’s (IEP) second project stage of the Civic School for Sound EU Practice (CiSEP), a Training The Trainers on EU-Project-Cycle-Management, launched successfully between April 25-27 in Kyiv and was implemented by Martin Stein, Project Manager at IEP. The first training titled “PCM – Where to start?” introduced the participants to the Project Cycle the EU requires when funding projects, provided them in interactive and practical sessions with first-hand knowledge on the first stage of the cycle (Programming) and started setting the ground with first skills on how to conduct trainings.
30 participants from CiSEPs first training series were selected to take part in this soft and hard skill training that will take place on 8×3 days this year in Kyiv, Chernihiv, Lviv and Odessa. The participants will learn how to apply for EU funding, how to manage such EU funded projects according to the EU Project Cycle and how to pass on this knowledge to other members of the Ukrainian civil society. The trainings are led by experts from EU member states as well as candidate and associated countries.
Our local partner for the project implementation is the Polissya Foundation for International and Regional Studies.
CiSEP is part of the larger IEP Capacity Building project on EU-Association-Trainings in Ukraine which is supported by the German Federal Foreign Office.