2010 Partnerships Final Report Seminar
2010 Partnerships Final Report Seminar17 July 2012
The Final Report Seminar for Partnership projects funded under the 2010 Call for Proposals was held on 11 June 2012 in Birmingham.
Please note: the report and guidance will vary for each year. Please make sure to check your Call year when looking at our advice. Find guidance for your Call year and how to manage your Partnership.
The seminar provided valuable information on completing your Final Report and National Agency staff were on hand to offer tips and advice on preparing and completing your Final Report. As well as providing guidance on writing a good final report the Seminar looked in detail at disseminating your project through the European Shared Treasure database. It was also a chance to network while showcasing the successes of current partnership projects.
Final Report resources
If you were unable to attend the Final Report seminar in person then you can download our resources to help you complete your report:
- How to write a good final report
- Introduction to the European Shared Treasure database
- Dissemination and future Lifelong Learning Programme opportunities
A project's perspective
Helen Sargeant from the University of Wolverhampton gave an inspiring presentation of their Language Networks for Excellence Partnership project:
The presentation covered all aspects of the project's lifecycle and included helpful hints and tips to completing the final report.
Thematic group discussions
The thematic group discussions were an opportunity for project promoters to share experience and good practice linked to a set of themes. It was a chance to network and create links for future projects as well as sharing best practice and providing a starting point for the final report.
Get in touch
Our Final Report Guidance is available to download and help you complete your final report by the 30 September 2012.
If you still have questions about your final report don't worry, we are here to help. You can call our helpline on 0845 199 1919 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.