Field monitoring visits
Capacity Building project will be, at least, twice monitored by the staff of the Israeli National Office (NEO).
The monitors aim to:
- Ensure that the projects are achieving their objectives in accordance with the work programme presented in their grant application as well as with the Erasmus+ CBHE rules and regulations defined in the Grant Agreement signed with the Agency;
- Assist the project for any advice or support it may need during its implementation phase and beyond; this advice can concern the CBHE regulations, the internal management of the project and/or the partnership, the difficulties or constraints encountered at local level in the Partner Country(/ies) concerned, etc.;
- Contribute to the visibility and dissemination of the project in the context of Erasmus+ promotion events or publications.
There are 3 types of monitoring that can be conducted:
Preventative monitoring aims at getting information on the rules & procedures established within a project; review of objectives, priorities, methodology, planned activities.
Advisory monitoring provides recommendations on both content and financial aspects of the project
Although most of the project monitoring activities will take place during the project implementation phase (contractual period), the Agency might also request to conduct an impact monitoring to asses the impact and long-term sustainability of the projects after the end of their funding period.
Below are a few tools that can assist the Israeli coordinators and/or partners to best prepare for the visit as possible.
1. Before a Field monitoring, projects will be asked to fill in this presentation template according to the tips, notes and guidelines writen within and send back to the NEO.
2. This is a simplified version of the guidelines and explanation as to what to expect during the visit.
3. Guidelines and questions to be discussed during a Field monitoring.