Getting fear out of EU procurement - eLearning
Dates From 30th July 2018
Duration The course lasts approximately 2 hours and must be completed within 30 days from first access.
SINGLE LESSON: 100 EURO
MULTIPLE BOOKING: 25% off 3 or more bookings (75 €)
Number of participants No limit
Target group and prerequisites
Logistic officers, financial managers and other key staff involved in the procurement processes in the frame of EU-funded actions. Project managers should also participate, to better integrate procurement programming and management in project activities. Not appropriate for UN Organizations and International Organizations’ staff acting under the PAGoDA.
eLearning course to increase understanding on how to comply with procurement principles and procedures requested in the framework of an EU-funded Action
Procurement processes are often a key element in EU-funded Actions, especially in the case of humanitarian aid. However, no specific manual or practical guidance is provided, as concrete regulations have to be translated into organisational procurement procedures. But how to be sure that such procedures comply with the basic principles and standards expected by the EU?
This eLearning intends to fill in this gap, by providing a clear explanation on the procurement principles and how to translate them into practical procedures, further explained with a step-by-step modality. Toolkits, checklists and useful formats are also provided.
To provide the key information and practical tools to ensure a smooth application of EU principles in your organisation’s procurement procedures
At the end of the course you will be able to:
Methodology: how to participate?
This is and interactive self-paced eLearning: you will be able to follow the course at your own pace, through your computer, laptop or mobile phone.
After subscription, you will be addressed to the punto.sud Academy eLearning platform and subscribed to the course. You will have 30 days, from the first access, to complete the course.
At the end of the course, you will be required to fill in an evaluation form and you will be able to download the certificate of attendance.
This module explains why it is important to have internal procurement procedures in place and provides basic tips on how to make them compliant with EU principles and rules
This section includes an explanation of the main principles that should applied in all procurement processes, regardless donor, location, estimated value, and how to translate them into the organisation’s practices
A detailed explanation on how to organise the different processes is provided: open procedure, restricted, negotiated, single tender and framework contract. Tips on how to prevent fraud and which documents have to be retained are also provided
This section gives advice on how to plan the different procurement processes over time and eventual needed deviations
Additional Information http://www.puntosud.org/portfolio-item/elearning-getting-fear-out-of-eu-...