As part of the Pillar Assessment Agreement (PADA), the British Council is required to publish annual public procurement of more than EUR 15,000 and all eu-funded grants under the respective delegation agreements. The delivery of this course was temporarily suspended. This is due to the need to review training materials in light of the new developments envisaged by the EU for the use of PAGoDA and the new contribution agreement for organisations that have been assessed for the pillars (see EU 2018 framework). Work for a United Nations organization, an international organization (for example. B IFRC) or for a national agency of a Member State and would you like to know how to work properly with EU funding? Improve your skills in implementing the EU-funded project through this course, focusing on the main rules for assessing the pillars of financial or delegation agreements (PAGoDA). The course begins with the introduction of the two modes of management, under which you can work with the EU, direct administration and indirect administration to highlight the main differences. In addition, the main challenges faced by key players (the leading organization and the various partners) in terms of cost eligibility, accounting, reporting, change management, communication and visibility, and expenditure review will be addressed. Staff from the United Nations, international organisations and national agencies of member states involved in the implementation of the EU-funded project in accordance with PAGoDA rules. In order to improve the capacity and capacity to manage EU-funded projects in accordance with PAGoDA rules. The course is more effective if you combine it with the eLearning ”All you need to know about PAGoDA”. Two days of teaching aimed at building capacity to implement the EU-funded project under the pagoda rules.