Training Schools

Summary

Training schools (TS) are a COST Action tool focused on the development of early career researchers, particularly those involved in Ph.D. studies and in post-doctoral roles. The purpose of EurofamNet Training Schools is to contribute with high quality training of the future generations of European researchers in the field of family support from an evidence-based and pluralistic approach.

EurofamNet will run two training schools over its life, the first focused on Evidence Based Programmes and related topics of evaluation and quality standards, the second, directed towards competences and skills standards for Family Support practice.

Potential applicants that are interested to submit an application should read the TS guidelines for more details about eligibility, criteria for evaluation, financial support, criteria for reimbursement and how to apply.

Information for TS guidelines: ca18123_trainingschools_guidelines_3.pdf

Further details can be consulted at the COST Annotated Rules: https://www.cost.eu/funding/how-to-get-funding/documents-guidelines/


Contact

TS coordinator: Cristina Nunes (csnunes@ualg.pt)

This Call is CLOSED

The COST Action CA 18123 launches its first call for Training school (TS). TS are funded as part of the Action CA 18123. The research network itself is funded by COST European Cooperation in Science and Technology. Training Schools (TM) aim is to develop skills and capacities and contribute with high quality training of the future generations of European researchers in the field of family support from an evidence-based and pluralistic approach.

 

First call characteristics

  • The COST Action CA18123 has five working groups. This first TS will be focused on Evidence Based Programmes and related topics of evaluation and quality standards (WG3).
  • The first call covers the 3rd Grant Period from November 2021 until October 2022.
  • The location and duration will be Tenerife (University of La Laguna), Spain, 7-9 September 2022.
  • This call will fund TS participants up to 700 euros.

Agenda

Check the agenda for the Training School to find out more about the trainers, the lectures and the workshops:
File  ca18123_training_school_tenerife_logisticsagenda_agenda._final.docx

Deadlines

Application period: 9th May 2022 – 27th May 2022.

Evaluation period: 30th May 2022 – 3rd June 2022

Documents for interested applicants

File  ca18123_trainingschool_completeproposal.docx

File  ca18123_trainingschools_guidelines.docx

How to apply

Interested applicants need to submit their complete proposal and Europass CV:

 TS financial support

Following the COST annotated rules (see pages 81-82), trainees are eligible to receive a daily allowance that will financially contribute to (but not necessarily cover) daily expenses such as meals, accommodation and local travel. You can find the daily allowance rate for each country here: Microsoft Word - Daily Allowance table (cost.eu)

According to the COST annotated rules (see pages 82-84), the trainee is also eligible to be reimbursed for their long-distance travel costs. “The trainees are required to choose the most economical means of transportation” (page 81, COST annotated rules).

Contact

TS coordinator: Cristina Nunes (csnunes@ualg.pt)

Further information on the COST Action CA 18123 and Working Groups is available on the website: https://www.cost.eu/actions/CA18123

Further details can be consulted at the COST Annotated Rules:

https://www.cost.eu/funding/how-to-get-funding/documents-guidelines/