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Projects 2005

HEADLEY TRUST (2005 – 2008)
The grant awarded by the British foundation Headley Trust supports young heritage professionals mainly from Central and Eastern Europe, Balkan and former USSR countries attending the one-year studies of the Built Heritage Conservation and Development programme. The support also partially covers travel costs of foreign lecturers, technical equipment and purchase of relevant literature.

FOND PSS, a.s. (2005)
The project Building Capacities for Development and Effective Usage of Historic Building Structures provided co-funding to the ReUrban Mobil project and also co-funding to the development of a new training course on managing the World Heritage sites in Slovakia. The project also provided stipends for three young professionals to conduct applied research on chosen topics.

PrvĂĄ stavebnĂĄ sporiteĞňa, a.s.; WĂźstenrot, a.s.; German Federal Ministry for Transport, Construction and Housing; Austrian Federal Ministry for Economy and Labour (2005 – 2006)
The mentioned institutions support the project Efficiency Analysis of Housing Administration in Slovakia and Development of Concepts for Education and Practical Training. It aims to analyse administration of private housing stock in Slovakia, to give recommendations for legislation improvements and to develop a concept for education/training of housing administrators.

The Ministry supported one of the working meetings of ICOMOS CIF (International Training Committee) that took place in Svätý Jur with organizational help of the BHCD department.

Stronger Civil Society in Ukraine – Better Wider EU Neighbourhood. The overall goal of the project is to contribute to capacity building of the civil society organisations in Ukraine, and help establish them as strong counterparts for the government in discussing and formulating public policies, specifically towards the EU through a train-the-trainers course in EU issues and project management.

EUROPEAN SOCIAL FUND / SOP Human Resources, Priority 3 (2005-2008)
The main objective of the project Methodology of Flexible Learning – a Systematic Solution for Life-Long Learning is to widen the offer of life-long learning courses with new innovative forms of e-learning courses. The courses developed during the project: Methodology of flexible learning, European integration, Environmental protection & Environmental education are targeted especially at teachers of formal education, lecturers of life-long learning and also university graduates.

EUROPEAN SOCIAL FUND / SOP Human Resources, Priority 3 (2005-2006)
The project Training of the Employees of the Public Administration and Municipalities in the Topics Necessary for Local and Regional Development (PROMISE) is focused on improvement of the skills and knowledge of the public administration employees in 12 micro-regions in Slovakia. Training is realized in the following topics: EU influence on existence and development of Slovak regions, structural funds and other EU programmes, strategic planning and local development, project design and management and PC skills and Internet.

EUROPEAN SOCIAL FUND / JPD Bratislava Goal 3 (2005-2006)
The project Training of Public Administration for Better Development of Bratislava Region focuses on training of civil servants and local governments in European integration, public policy, and strategic planning and territorial management.

The Austrian Cultural Forum of the Austrian Embassy in the Slovak Republic supported Austrian experts lecturing in educational courses and training of AINova organised in 2005.