- Vakaru Lietuvos verslo kolegija - Lithuania
- I.T.I.S. E. Majorana - Italy
- E-JUNIORS association - France
- Turgutlu Halk Egitimi Merkezi -Turkey
- Asociacion Emprende Empleo - Spain
- Interest Marketing - Estonia
- Stowarzyszenie na Rzecz Edukacji
"Pomost" - Poland
- SSM Global Training Services LTD - Cyprus
- Asociatia Culturala Gaudeamus – Romania
1. Partner presentations of recent “traditional
- Italy: PowerPoint presentation
of what has been done (video-editing course, electronic maps, workshop
about entrepreneurship and crafts...)
- Turkey: PowerPoint presentation
of painting workshop, filigree workshop and mosaic workshop
- Estonia: presentation of the
national singing contest with 30 participants.
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2. Presentation and assessment of any “outstanding”
- Each responsible partner to (ideally)
combine individual partner contributions for publication under an appropriate
heading on the website and to send to EE (Eero) who is managing the
- As far as could be determined,
all partners (with the exception of CY) have now provided any outstanding
deliverables to the responsible partner, as per the meeting minutes from
the prior meeting in ES.
- EE will review and manage this
question of any outstanding deliverables.
- EE will also incorporate any
partner results not integrated into the combined deliverable package,
placing them under separate
country-result headings on the project website. (For ex., if Poland has
not been able to integrate Italy’s contribution for Deliverable No. 9).
Some major questions/issues
- Who is the coordinator of
the project? Lithuania is going to provide us an official response about
who the coordinator is. Is it Lithuania or Romania? There is some
confusion here regarding the official coordinator (who would normally take
the lead in solving any pending issues as well as taking on a leading role
in the elaboration of the common parts of the EST and the Final Report).
- What is the next step with Cyprus?
The coordinator (Lithuania or Romania?) should try to deal with this
issue. Cyprus never confirmed if they would attend the meeting, though
they did make a hotel reservation with the assistance of the host partner.
They did not provide an explanatory email as promised concerning their
current situation. They did not cancel their hotel reservation. This is
unacceptable and unprofessional behaviour, the result of which is to put
into doubt their continued participation in this project (in addition,
they have not been physically present since the 3rd TNL meeting
in Lithuania, where they had originally intended to send at least two
representatives, although only one actually showed up).
- Will the final meeting still take
place in Cyprus? The work days (main meeting dates) are scheduled for the 18th
and 19th of July, so a quick answer/confirmation of this is
necessary. Both the partner from EE and the partner from PL have indicated
their willingness to host what is normally the final TNL partners meeting.
3. Learner/Trainer Evaluations
evaluation forms have been provided by RO for overall project assessment with
respect to learners and trainers. Each country is free to adapt these forms as
they see fit. FR has already adapted them and has had them completed by their
learners. These questionnaires (or any feedback from them) are both useful and
important and could be presented or reviewed at the final TNL meeting.
final report, additional documents (questionnaire results, individual feedback
revealing the personal impact of the
project) could also be of value.
4. Next Steps
the coordinator issue
the Cyprus issue (final TNL meeting to be held there or in EE or PL?)
and finalize website deliverables
evaluation or overall feedback by final TNL meeting