| Cultural heritage | Project Cycle
| Foreign languages |
Info centre, Community activities POTVOR | Award of exemplary
| Local development
and strategic planing
| Housing management | Festival ART AND WINE

Navigation bar

Skip navigation

About AINova

Projects 2007

HEADLEY TRUST (2007 – 2009)
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.

Hans de Coster Fund (2007-2008)
The grant awarded by the mentioned Dutch fund provides support for the running of the study programme Built Heritage Conservation and Development in the academic year 2007/2008.

PrvĂĄ stavebnĂĄ sporiteĞňa, a.s.; WĂźstenrot, a.s.; German Federal Ministry for Transport, Construction and Housing; Austrian Federal Ministry for Economy and Labour (2005 – 2007)
The mentioned institutions supported 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.

Fond Prvej stavebnej sporiteĞňe, a.s., Austrian Cultural Forum (2007-2008)
The Slovak-Austrian long-term project Partners for Heritage aims at support of valorisation and proper usage of cultural and natural heritage for the sustainable development of the Lesser Carpathian (SK) and Niederösterreich Lower Austria cross-border region. AINova implements the project in cooperation with NÖ Landesregierung(the Government of Lower Austria, Dept. NÖ Gestalten and with the Association of the Lesser Carpathian Towns and Villages. The initial phase of the project started in 2007 to get ready for the Slovakia-Austria cross-boarder programme 2007-2013.

EU-CULTURE 2000 (2007-2009)
The international project Specialising in Traditional Craftsmanship for Preserving European Wooden Heritage aims to establish a network with a high level of competence in the field of traditional craftsmanship related to old wooden buildings. The project is leaded by the Bryggen Foundation Bergen the project partners are from Slovakia(AINova), Germany, Lithuania and Poland.

SLOVAK-AID / Bratislava-Belgrade Fund (2004-2007)
Project 4 B placename Bratislava-Belgrade-Brussels Bridge is designed for Serbian civil servants. The aim of the project is to help the country in the process of accession negotiations with the EU. Within the project the civil servants participate in training on European integration taking place in Slovakia and a part of the project is coordinated with another Slovak-Aid project organised by the Institute of International Relations and Approximation of Law, Law Faculty of Comenius University in Bratislava.

AINova cooperates with the European Institute of Public Administration - ECR Barcelona within the AGIS project The Europeanization of Prisons: prison management, best practices dissemination. The ES Dept. is undertaking a preparatory search for the best practises that are of interest in the context of the planned conferences, identifies and selects in coordination with EIPA-ECR the Slovak experts to be invited, assists in preparation of programmes of conferences and contributes to the activities with the Slovak view at the issue. One of the planned conferences will take place in Bratislava.

The goal of the project New skills for rmation society pilot educational programme in IT was the preparation of educational programme JAVA Academy which will enable to participants to gain qualifications and skills of modern programmer. Coordinator of the project was the IT Company PosAm, ltd. The role of AINova was in preparation of needs analyzes and market search, as well as in preparation and implementation of educational module reflecting information society in EU context.

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.

Life-Long Learning Programme - GRUNDTVIG/ Learning Partnership (2007 – 2009)
A new partnership of 7 institutions from different European countries started to develop a common project E-LAMP-Spotlight on Learning, Access, Methodology and Pedagogic in E- learning. Partners focus on the search and analyses of current e-learning courses in participated countries from methodological and pedagogical aspects. The aim of the partnership is to exchange the best practices and develop recommendations for new approaches in the use of existing methodology of e-learning which will be more learners oriented.

The Austrian Cultural Forum of the Austrian Embassy in the Slovak Republic supported Austrian experts lecturing in courses and training activities of the European Studies and Built Heritage Conservation and Development dpts. Preparation and opening of the Austrian-Slovak exhibition with the title SK-AT Common Heritage was also supported by this institute.