- Category Virtual Classroom
- Duration 4h
- Language English
- Date Discover More
Working together: co-Partners and Implementing Partners
1-day virtual classroom course to clarify the 2021 terminology of co-partners and implementing partners and their respective duties and obligations
This course aims at clarifies the 2021 terminology of co-partners and implementing partners and their respective duties and obligations when implementing a DG ECHO funded action together. The course Illustrates the key information on partners to be provided to DG ECHO at proposal stage (in the Single Form, in the operational budget and Annex II) and examples on how to manage the partnership, from the selection phase to the effective collaboration during implementation.
To improve the participants’ knowledge and skills in managing the relationship with co-Partners and Implementing Partners in an DG ECHO funded action.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Know which are the different types of participants in an action
- Identify which are the key information to be provided in the single form
- Identify which are the key elements to take into account when working with IP and co-partners.
Humanitarian aid workers involved in the design of ECHO funded Actions, both at field and HQ level. This is an advanced course. A general knowledge of the Single Form and of DG ECHO rules is highly recommended.
Please be informed that ECHO courses are free of charge and reserved only for DG ECHO staff, DG ECHO Certified Partners and their Implementing Partners.
You will need access to a computer, tablet or mobile phone with an Internet connection.
Once you have completed all the training material and passed the exit test, your certificate of attendance will be available to download directly from the learning platform.
No Trainers Available
Intermediate - Advanced
This course is part of the DG ECHO Framework Contract.
Please be informed that DG ECHO courses are free of charge and reserved only for DG ECHO staff, DG ECHO Certified Partners and their Implementing Partners.