First level control seminar 26 September 2017
This training provides you with an overview of the rules and financial control requirements that apply when you seek reimbursements from the North Sea Region Programme.
Who is it for?
The training is designed for first level controllers, lead beneficiaries, beneficiaries, and other parties involved in reporting and control of projects. Participants should be from the Netherlands as national rules and regulations will be addressed.
The course facilitates efficient cooperation between the first level controller and the project, and brings participants up-to-date on applicable national and programme rules.
Within a single day, you will receive intensive training on key aspects of financial project control, including how to designate first level controllers in the Netherlands and how to organise financial reporting and first level control. In addition, you will gain a good overview of applicable rules and requirements.
In addition, you will be instructed in using our Online Monitoring System in first level control. Time is also dedicated to exercises and Q&A sessions.
The training is provided by staff of the Joint Secretariat, the National Representative and the National Contact Point in the Netherlands.
Prepare for the course
Please be aware of available guidance on our website. We suggest you download these to gain an overview of their contents. You can use these materials in preparation for the training as well as afterwards, to back up your learning:
> Fact sheet 24 on first level control
> Guidance on first level control
> Fact sheet 22 on project reporting
> Programme Manual – overview of project reporting
> Main lessons learned about project reporting
> Guidance on the Online Monitoring System
Venue address: Jaarbeurs Meetup, Jaarbeursplein 6, 3521 AL Utrecht, The Netherlands
Accommodation: You need to arrange your own accommodation in Utrecht.
Cost: Training, lunch and coffee are complimentary. You need to pay for your travel and (if needed) accommodation, however these costs are eligible project costs.
Registration deadline: Please register by 19 September 2017.
Registration has closed for this seminar.