Atlantic Area Programme workshops for Stage 2 applicants
The Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG) in collaboration with the Devolved Administrations in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, are organising a series of workshops addressed to the Atlantic Area Programme applicants.
These workshops, led by Guillaume Le Palud, National Contact Point for the Atlantic Area Programme in the United Kingdom, are specifically aimed at British organisations who are either Lead Partners or Partners in recently approved Expressions of Interest and now going forward to Stage 2 for submission by the deadline of 19 December 2016. The main workshop will consist of feedback from Call 1 Stage 1, an update on Brexit implications, how to develop your application, what the next steps are and a presentation of the IT application system. Guillaume will also hold applications surgeries for Lead Partners. We would urge Lead Partners to take advantage of this opportunity and invite you to register for this. Please note space is limited, so please register early. Contact: Guillaume at email@example.com. Dates and locations: 25-26th October in Belfast 1st November in Glasgow 3rd November in Aberystwyth 8th November in Birkenhead 9th November in Bristol
Published on: 2016-10-26
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