National Coordination Committees

It is very important to understand the opinion of the participants for the training, because it will give us the necessary information on what topics were most important for them and how to improve the course in the future”

Teacher of an ICT course. 4rth National Coordination Committee in Bulgary

What are NCC?

They are the institution body responsible of coordinating the project in representation of its country and partner organization.

In each contry there is one National Coordination Committe. 


They are heterogeneous and plural, composed in total by 10 people.

Each project partner will constitute a National Coordination Committee formed by two working groups:

1)one will be focused on the coordination and management of the project

2)another one on its implementation

The target groups belonging to these Committees will be four:

a) Youth (18-34) from disadvantage groups special focus on Roma and Migrants;

b) Elderly (+55) from disadvantage groups focus on Roma and Migrants;

c) Staff from the partner organizations;

d) Educators and volunteers of adult education.

  • They attend to the online and transnational project meetings and willbe one of key speakers in the final and National Conferences.
  • Accordingly, the Management and Coordination working group it consist of one member from each target group; they are  be responsible for the coordination & management tasks; Regarding the Implementation working group at least 60% of its components have to be learners from disadvantage groups (young & elder); they are responsible of attending the meetings in order to create the project outputs as well as to evaluate them

4rth National Coordination Committe in Spain (Àgora). They were discussing the future topics that should be included on the classes (antivirus, how to buy online, etc)


                                         First National Coordination Committe in Germany (CHE). 

"In our school in Turkey and also in Syria the teacher spoke and the pupils listened to him. The good students were sitting in the front and the bad students at the back. Thus the better ones got better and better, while the bad ones got worse and worse. The pupils were pigeonholed from the beginning. We would rather have learnt in groups".

Participant of an ITC course. 4rth National Coordination Committee in Germany

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