PPI4MED Project: Call for trainers for training program

The PPI4MED project – in which the Cnr participates with the European and International Relations Unit – is looking for experts or specialized businesses in each of these fields: legal, technical and financial on public procurement and public management. The experts will take part of the PPI4MED capacitation programme as part of the trainers’ team for the PPI4MED innovation procurement course.

Both individuals and companies can submit their information. Then, those selected will be invited to take part first in a 3-day long training workshop in October 2022 in Madrid, to then be able to join the expert team that is in charge of delivering part of the course in innovation procurement to public procurers and companies.

The PPI4MED project aims to transfer the R&D results from National Research Centers (NRCs) in 5 Mediterranean countries to society through Innovation Procurement. To do so, the project hopes to promote a new model of transferring results from NRCs to public buyers, industry, and small and medium enterprises through national and cross-border living labs.

The objective of the training program is to train the representatives of public administrations and companies interested in innovation procurement and PPI4MED model from Italy, Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia and Spain to acquire theoretical and practical knowledge on the Innovation Procurement instrument, in the legal, financial, technical, methodological and procedural fields.

To apply, submit your CV or information to show the experience of your business on this field(s) to the following email: ppi4med.csic@csic.es

The deadline to apply is the 15th of September 2022 and we will be contacting the successful applicants during the second week of September.

If you need more information, you can find the call for experts here


For more information:
Francesco Saverio Donadio
Cnr – Unità relazioni europee e internazionali
Piazzale Aldo Moro, 7 – ROMA




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