Climate-KIC Community Training Programme : Innovation Building Blocks

01 Sep 2015

Climate-KIC launches Innovation building blocks programme to enhance your project management skills and maximise the project output. 

Supporting you to maximise your project’s success

The Innovation Building Blocks programme offers one day courses about a wide range of topics, to support you in making your project a success! Just select from the 6 Building Blocks in the schedule below to build the skill set that is most meaningful to you and your project.

Are you managing or working on a Pathfinder, Innovation or Flagship Project? Then you have probably noticed that there are topics that are important for projects at Climate-KIC, such as a strong focus on interdisciplinary collaboration and innovation output. That is where the Innovation Building Blocks programme can support you to make your project a success.

Programme Schedule




September 2015

1 September 2015 Stakeholder Management – A systematic and transitional approach Frankfurt, Germany
October 2015    

9 October 2015

Creative and effective ideation – understanding the drivers   Berlin, Germany
24 November 2015 Successful innovation through customer insight Copenhagen, Denmark
27 November 2015 Project Management within EIT/Climate-KIC Paris, France
2 December 2015 Assess your project’s climate impact Zurich, Switzerland

7 December 2015

Leadership for Sustainability London, UK


Employees of Climate-KIC Partners can attend Building Blocks without charge and, to stimulate attendance, travel and hotel expenses can be reimbursed up to €250 per participant. Employees of non-Climate-KIC partners, that are involved in projects, can attend for a fee of €500. Participants should have at least 7 years of postgraduate experience.

Applications for the Building Blocks in September are now open. Click on the link  to find more information and register!


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