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Let’s Go International - How to Make an Organization International

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In order to internationize  and strengthen the European dimension of an organisation , the project management competences (for european projects) and the intercultural skills of co-trainers and members  ought to be enhanced.
An international opening of our organisation  and the motivation to European  projects ought to be included as an integral part in the organisation s program.
To achieve the mentioned goals, better project management competences and improved intercultural knowledge must be obtained by a sufficient  number of staff.
In order to succeed it  many trainers, trainees , members and volunteers  in European activities have to be involved in order to expand their intercultural competences and to educate them to open European citizens.
To do so, the trainers  will need project management and intercultural competences. These competences will be learned in European training courses .
The organisation  also need contact with other european organisations to develop projects and to expand their intercultural and language competences. The contacts should be made via participation in European training courses.
More over the  organisation has  to bulit a big networking in order to participate of facilitate European projects and to become  a European and International training course center ,  . Main   purposes of the organization have to be :
-develop – together with the board members - a vision and a organisation  policy plan on internationalisation
-manage and organise all kind of international activities with or without partners abroad
-stimulate the streamlining of curricular elements with an international orientation 
-apply successfully for grants within the Erasmus plus programme 
-communicate and collaborate intercultural with partners abroad 

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