Managing Authority (MA), together with its Branch Office, organizes next Consultation Days for on-going standard projects in April 2021. Project specific consultations offer support for the project partners in any questions relating to projects’ implementation.
Project partners together may consider the need for consultation with following questions:
- Are there open questions relating to the project’s launching, implementing or closing?
- Are there needs for consultation in the reporting issues?
- Are there questions relating to the need for changes in budget and work plan?
- Are there any questions relating to the partnerships or visibility?
CONSULTATION TIMES AND REGISTRATION
This spring, all consultations will be organised online as in 1,5 hours sessions via Teams or Zoom:
12.-16. April 2021 (week 15) Monday – Friday at 10.00 and 14.00 EET.
> Booking deadline for the week 15 consultations is 5.4.2021.
19.-23. April 2021 (week 16) Monday – Friday at 10.00 and 14.00 EET.
> Booking deadline for the week 16 consultations is 12.4.2021.
HOW TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT?
Project partners are encouraged to have an internal discussion of consultation needs, and to book an appointment by the lead partner following steps 1-3:
Step 1) Enter the Booking service
Select your project’s coordinator from the personnel menu, and then suitable date and time from the available options.
Step 2) Fill in the requested information in English
Add you details: Mark your name, e-mail and phone number.
Note’s box: Mark the name and e-mail of each participant from the project’s side and heading-list of matters you plan to address (for example: narrative reporting, payment request, partnership etc.).
Provide additional information: Mark your project ID and Acronym.
Step 3) Select Book
Booking confirmation is received to the e-mail address marked in the details. Prior to consultation, the MA will contact the project to ensure the Teams/Zoom link to all participants expected to join the session.
(Next project consultation days will take place in Autumn 2021.)