Become a master of financial management of EU grants - Classroom


Become a master of financial management of EU grants - Classroom



Organisation punto.sud

Dates 10-11 December 2018

Place Milan, Italy

Duration 2 days (from 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. CET/CEST)


  • EARLY BOOKING: 20% off if you book 8 week in advance
  • MULTIPLE BOOKING: 20% off 3 or more bookings


Language English

Number of participants 20 maximum per session.

Target group and prerequisites


  • Financial managers and other key staff involved in the administrative and financial management, project accounting and reporting of EU-funded actions.
  • A basic knowledge of EU project implementation rules is needed.


Course Description

2-day training module to strengthen the learners’ skills and capacity in financial management of EU-funded projects


Make the most from the practical overview of all aspects related to financial management of EU funded projects, starting from the preparation of a proper and realistic budget, to the procedures for modifying it in case of changed circumstances, to the procurement of supplies, services and works, to financial reporting, expenditure verification and audit. The course will focus on DG DEVCO and DG NEAR.


Specific Objective

To provide the key information and practical tools to ensure NGOs’ administrative and financial staff to prepare realistic budgets and to set up effective monitoring systems of project expenditures in order to be ready for reporting, expenditure verification and audit.


Learning Objectives

At the end of the course you will be able to:


  • Prepare proper and realistic budget
  • Develop and use monitoring tools for checking project expenditure
  • Properly apply procurement procedures in the framework of EU-funded projects
  • Prepare interim and final financial reports
  • Be ready for expenditure verifications and audits

BLENDED COURSES: This course is part of a blended training

Additional Information


Course Agenda

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Milan, Italy
10-11 December 2018
Martedì, 4 Dicembre, 2018 - 17:00