- Thematic equipment http://interreg-med.eu
Its an equipment directly linked to (or forming part of) the project thematic activities.
- SWOT analysis http://interreg-med.eu
The SWOT analysis (matrix) analyses Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats that enables the evaluate the strategic options for a domain. It implies two diagnosis : external, studying the environment : Opportunities and Threatsinternal : Strengths and Weaknesses of the domain of activity
- Sustainable urban mobility plan (SUMP) http://interreg-med.eu
- Sustainable tourism http://interreg-med.eu
- Sustainable growth http://interreg-med.eu
- Sustainable Energy Action Plan (SEAP) http://interreg-med.eu
- Training session http://interreg-med.eu
A training session implies an pedagogic way of transferring knowledge to a targeted public (learning benefit should be assessed).
- Training http://interreg-med.eu
It is to be understood as providing persons with the understanding, knowledge, skills, competences and access to information required in particular occupations. Training may encompass any kind of education (general, specialised or vocational, formal or non-formal, etc.). Training measures should be jointly developed at transnational level and tailored according to the needs of the specific territories, target groups and stakeholders addressed by the operation.
- Total eligible budget http://interreg-med.eu
Total budget of a project subject to programme co-financing. In the application form, it is calculated based on the total budget, excluding the potential net revenue of the project.
- Top-down approach http://interreg-med.eu
A "top-down" approach is one where an executive, decision maker, or other person or body makes a decision. This approach is disseminated under their authority to lower levels in the hierarchy, who are, to a greater or lesser extent, bound by them.