The ICrome project was cofinanced by The Leonardo da Vinci Programme.
Venice International University was one of the receiving institutions of the ICroME project.that included 22 sending partners form Croatia and 12 receiving partners in Italy.
The project provided participants, young employees and unemployed people, with knowledge and specific competences in IRMO and offered mobility for working experience in Italy in the field of European project planning and management. The funds covered the participants’ travel and living costs in the course of training placement, as well as the cost of preparation activities and the management of the project.
The specific aim of the ICrome project was to train 38 newly-graduates, young professionals and unemployed people in the field of EU funded projects in IRMO and in an one of the proposed host institutions in Italy. The duration of the training placement depended on the type of trainee: unemployed young graduates (17 participants) followed an intensive three months, 13 weeks, practical working traineeship, whereas the people employed at the sending institutions - employed participants – (21 participants) followed a shorter, one-month long, 5 weeks, training placement. There were two mobility periods: the 1st between February and April 2014 and the 2nd between May and August 2014.
Institute for Development and International Relations IRMO