2nd February 2018, 9:30am-3pm.
Himley Hall (Pink Room), Himley Hall, Dudley, DY3 4DF

The aim of this one-day workshop is to ensure that potential applicants to the ESF Programme are fully prepared for the application process and its numerous complexities which need to be fully understood.  Content will examine the ESF Programme Priority Axis for eligible actions and how these are interpreted within the Black Country LEP strategies.

It will also review how EU Law including Added Value, Cross Cutting Themes, State Aid and Public Procurement impact on project development.  There will be a focus on project design and the management of match funding through delivery as well as a tour of the ESF /DWP application stages and the documentation format.

The workshop will cover:
• Key objectives of the ESF Priorities and the LEP’s ESIF Strategy
• Examination of the Programme’s key economic intervention actions and outcomes and how these impact on project design
• Review of how intervention funding operates and the role of match funding
• Overview of the application process and the structure of the Outline and Full application forms.
To book please contact the technical assistance team via bcta@walsall.gov.uk or call 01922 654379.
This workshop and the Black Country ESF Technical Assistance Project is part-funded by the European Social Fund Programme 2014-2020.



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