Financial Management – Implementing Co-Financed Projects

Event date 16/06/2020 • 10:00  −  16/06/2020 • 10:30
Entry FeeFree of charge

How do you monitor the implementation of your project? Do you have a good overview of budgetary spending? How often are you in touch with your project partners and how do you split the work? Do you keep the funding bodies updated on the progress of the project? When do you start preparing interim and final reports? How do you manage problems met during the project implementation?

Bojan Schuch, an international expert in financial development strategies for organizations in culture and creative sectors, will speak about the administrative and financial management of projects and reporting. He will also touch upon key elements of project implementation that should be kept in mind as important for the final reporting phase as well.

MAIN TOPICS OF THE WEBINAR:

  • Proper project administration (updates on the project, important milestones, problems encountered, changes during project implementation, following Key Perfomance Indicators)
  • Financial management (budgetary monitoring, following the division of costs between co-financing sources)
  • Financial reporting and preparation for audit (rules and relations between claimed costs vs. Invoices and supporting evidence, budget transfers, personnel costs, remuneration rules)

WHO IS THE WEBINAR FOR?

The webinar is intended for individuals and organizations from the cultural and various creative sectors that are facing challenges in project management. Participation in this hour-long webinar is therefore recommended for both beginners and more experienced professionals who wish to upgrade their skills in order to be able to implement projects more easily and efficiently.

About the lecturer:

Bojan Schuch, expert in financial management and strategic development, has more than twenty years of experience in the management of non-governmental organizations, extensive knowledge and an excellent overview of various co-financing programs in the Czech Republic (where he lives and works) in Central Europe, as well as at a broader international level. He focuses particularly on consulting organizations on efficient fundraising strategies and financial stabilization.

Between 1999 and 2011, he managed several human rights’ programmes in Civil Society Development Foundation, mostly in the field of civil and cultural dialogue. Between 2012 and 2018, he was Executive Director of the Institute of Documentary Film, with responsibility for administration and management and running of three well-known international audiovisual initiatives continuously supported by the Creative Europe MEDIA: market access and networking (East Doc Platform), alternative distribution of documentary films (KineDok) and audiovisual trainings (Ex Oriente Film). Mr Schuch provides consulting services in the field of strategic financial development to many civil and cultural organizations in the framework of his company ABBS.

The seminars are part of a professional training series entitled “Beyond the Cultural Model” (BCM), which Motovila has been organizing since 2018 in cooperation with partners and international experts, this time in collaboration with the Centre for Creativity. BCM offers representatives of the Slovenian cultural and creative sectors the opportunity to test and adjust their way of working in order to achieve lasting effects in the future. Check out the full program here.

Further info: ines.kezman[at]motovila.si

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