LP appoints a project coordinator (PC) in charge of overall project coordination, ensuring connections among technical, financial and strategic management, coordinating Steering Committee (SC) and keeping relation with JTS and MA. LP appoints a financial manager (FM), in charge of the financial/administrative project management. Each PP identifies at least 1 project manager and 1 financial manager. PC is in charge for supervising and monitoring work plan implementation, providing all necessary modifications to tackle potential delays or deviation that may affect the achievement of project results. The workplan is presented during the kick off and details sub-tasks,responsibilities/roles, internal deadlines and timeframe, involvement of PPs and stakeholders. According to the workplan, each WP coordinator delivers WP terms of reference (providing WP objectives, methodology and guidelines, timeframe of activities, quality standards of deliverables, risk management plan) and supervises other PPs and the quality of the work. The SC represents strategic and decision making body and consists of 1 representative with decision power of each PP. SC takes strategic decisions and provides them to PC and PPs; approves work-plan, communication plan, achievement of outputs/results and project changes; reviews and monitors regularly actions, budget and risks; takes decision on policy level/issues.
The communication, promotion and dissemination activities will guarantee that the project’s main results will be spread up on the IPA territory. A communication strategy will be well defined by the Communication Plan. The project visibility will be kept simple and catchy, in line with the IPA rules. A smooth daily internal communication supported by meetings will help the partner to establish and maintain a good flow of information, exchanging best practices and increasing their problem solving. Good internal communication will also build strong relations within the partnership that are the key issue for a successful project implementation. External communication will support the activities with the right tools for selected objectives and key messages. Project web site, public events, info graphics, media profiles, final publications, videos, media (TV, newspapers, magazines) will be the supporting instruments to reach the project objectives. The communication will fine-tune the messages according to the targets. The project’s effective results will be told to general public by story tellings and open events that will represent a chance to collect also input and feedbacks outside the partnerships.
This activity stands as the core of the project focusing on the sharing of the results issued by KEPASS and DELMVET projects and their capitalization for supporting EUSAIR strategy pillars related to Blue Growth and Tourism. Following the setting up of a Technical Working Group(TWG) composed by regional or national educational and VET expert, a working methodology for the exploitation of results of previous will be agreed at the beginning of project activities. TWG will be in charge to supervise activities,defining the main criteria for the drawing up of a feasibility study aimed to the harmonization of education systems and vocational training of the Adriatic area. Main outputs of the WP will be the definition of reciprocally recognized learning modules and the extension and consolidation of the institutional network of schools and VET poles in the Adriatica area. 2 workshops will be organized as “Summer Schools” with the aim of developing training modules to be implemented in technical and professional institutes(marine industry and tourism)which will be attended by teachers of the selected schools, school principals, representatives of VET institutes. The involvement of manufacturing sector will be ensured in order to identify needs of both the value chains concerned (i.e:maritime technologies and hotel/tourism sector) to address the development of the professional curricula for a greater absorption by the labor market.