#MALTA - FIVE-day option || Indicators toolkit

EUfundingGozo expedition included!

July 15-19, 2019, Westin Malta Hotel

Discounted Price (till 24 June 2019): EUR 1,999

Normal Price (from 25 June 2019): EUR 2,499


THREE-day option || Indicators and the Performance Framework

EUfundingGozo expedition included!

July 15-17, 2019, Westin Malta Hotel

Discounted Price (till 24 June 2019): EUR 1,499

Normal Price (from 25 June 2019): EUR 1,699


TWO-day option || Focus on: Achieving indicators through Simplification (incl SCOs, Financial Instruments & Performance audits)

July 18-19, 2019, Westin Malta Hotel

Discounted Price (till 24 June 2019): EUR 999

Normal Price (from 25 June 2019): EUR 1,199


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Course Description

Strategy in 2014-20 drives the EU towards smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, based on eight specific and measurable targets in five principle areas – employment, education, research and development, energy and climate change, and the eradication of poverty and social exclusion.  These will be the eight measurements that count.  These will ultimately tell us whether the European Structural and Investment Funds have been used effectively, to reach the desired results and impact on people’s lives.  The end justifies the means.

And what are the preferred means for 14-20?  Implementation needs to happen, efficiently and most of all effectively.  Speak first about efficiency.  The simplification of the management and control systems and the availability of different forms of financial support are helping to channel funds more quickly.    Whether it’s being done more effectively or not, it will be up to the evaluation exercises to report.

Monitoring and evaluation of targets thus assume a very important role, at all levels of the shared management of ESIF: from the European Commission, through the managing, certifying, audit authorities and intermediate bodies, down to the beneficiaries and final recipients.  We have a crucial role in making sure that project selection is aligned with the OP objectives, implementation does not derail from agreed targets, indicators are being fulfilled, and results are achieved.

This course aims at delivering an exhaustive overview of the monitoring and evaluation techniques for the 14-20 period and the newest management and financing methods (SCOs and financial instruments) introduced to ensure Programmes are truly result-driven.  It provides an essential toolkit for any person responsible for the successful delivery of ESI-funded programmes and projects.


Course Highlights

i. Understanding the monitoring and evaluation requirements under the programmes co-funded from ESIF 2014-20, at EU and Member State level;

ii. Learning how the intervention logic provides the architecture for the performance framework, the setting of indicators and the measurement of results;

iii. Exploring the annual implementation reports and understanding how the performance of the management and control systems determine their validation and acceptance (or otherwise) by the EC;

iv. Understanding the Performance Framework and Reserve and how they relate to the success or failure of an OP;

v. Discussing the enhanced role of management verifications in the monitoring of data;

vi. Understanding how simplified cost options and financial instruments deliver outputs more efficiently;

vii. Analysing the techniques available for the evaluation of impacts, with particular emphasis on theory-based and counterfactual impact evaluations, and understanding where and when to apply each.


Target Audience
Managing Authorities, First Level of Control Bodies, Intermediate Bodies, Certifying Authorities, Audit Authorities, Central Coordination Bodies, Methodology Departments, Central or Regional Ministries, officers/managers dealing with monitoring and evaluation.



One-day EUfundingGOZO expedition included

We take the theme over to Gozo for a one-day expedition to discuss prevention, detection and reporting in the context of the projects implemented on the island of Gozo throughout the 2004-06, 2007-13 and 2014-20 programming periods.

This is a great opportunity to feel the difference EU funding has made to the small Island of Gozo over the last 10 years and at the same time understand the underlying technicalities that occurred ‘behind-the-scenes’.


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Our Trainers

Ray Bartolo
Head of Institution - Speaker

  • Twelve years of practical experience in the management and control of European Funds
  • Involved in the implementation and closure process of the Maltese 2004-06 Structural and Cohesion Funds Programme
  • Contributed significantly towards the setting up of the financial management and control systems of the ERDF, CF and ESF Operational Programmes for the 2007-2013 Programming Period
  • Responsible for the implementation of the ERDF and CF Operational Programmes for health, transport, education, urban regeneration and technical assistance
  • Served as National Expert and Coordinator on the CEF coordination committee for transport, Environment and the Telecommunications sectors
  • Prepared Procurement Manuals for a number of Maltese Government entities
  • Drafted and evaluated different types of procurement procedures, including concession contracts
  • Provided strategic guidance and project management services to various beneficiaries of EU-Funding
  • Leading role in the design and approval process of Major Projects
  • Delivered several training sessions and seminars on financial, programme management and public procurement to participants coming from MA, CA, AA, IBs, Beneficiaries, and other stakeholders from all around Europe
  • Masters graduate in Public Policy from the University of Malta


Trevor Fenech
Director – Speaker

  • Former Senior Manager at the Managing Authority for Structural and Cohesion funds
  • Past experience in ERDF, ESF, CF, EAGGF and FIFG programmes
  • Strongly involved in the design, implementation and monitoring of the management and control systems for the 04-06 and 07-13 financial periods, including eligibility rules, financial reporting to Management, the European Commission and the Monitoring Committee, management verifications, audits, financial corrections, and internal procedures
  • Carried out the closure process of the 04-06 Single Programming Document (SPD)
  • Delivered several presentations in the field of financial management of EU funds to the MA, CA, AA, IBs, Beneficiaries and TAIEX Beneficiaries
  • Engaged in major audit missions carried out by the EC, ECA and OLAF
  • Former nations delegate to the ESF Committee (Treaty of the Functioning of the EU, Art. 163).
  • Providing expert advise to the Maltese Government on PPPs and the conduct of the Competitive Dialogue procedure
  • Managing successfully a number of EU-funded projects
  • Masters graduate in Financial Management and Economics from the University of London


Justine Schinas
Senior Advisor – Expedition

  • Worked for the Managing Authority for Structural and Cohesion Fund since 2009
  • Experience on all Cohesion Policy funds being the ERDF, CF and ESF
  • Assisted in the closure of the 2004-2006 programme
  • Provided technical guidance to MA officials with regards to the implementation of EU Funded projects.
  • Carried out numerous verification and physical project checks, identified financial corrections and was involved in the setting up of operating procedures within the MA.
  • Highly involved in an audit missions carried out by the European Commission
  • Participated in Monitoring Committees, delivered presentations/training to stakeholders and MA officials, and participated in research work and compilation of data, particularly with regards to absorption issues.
  • Managed the implementation of large projects with budgets of close to fifty million.
  • Worked on the Technical Assistance (TA) Fund and was tasked with the role of TA Manager whereby she oversaw a team of officers working on this fund.
  • Responsible for a number of procurement procedures within the MA where she issued call for quotations and tenders. She also formed part of numerous evaluation committees.
  • Masters in Business Administration from the University of Malta


Venue & Accommodation

Training Venue
Westin Malta Hotel – St. Julian’s

The training course will take place at the Westin Hotel - Malta, a 5-star luxurious hotel, in St. Julian's. Accommodation can be provided at the Westin Hotel itself and other hotels in the vicinity.

Please note that we have special corporate prices for our participants with the following list of hotels:


Hilton Hotel, Westin Hotel, Intercontinental Hotel, Hotel Valentina, Hotel Argento, Cavalieri Art Hotel & Golden Tulip Vivaldi


How to benefit from Hotels’ corporate rates

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Westin Hotel – send an e-mail to Margaret at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and refer to EuropeanFunds.info in your e-mail.

Hilton Malta – send an e-mail to Stephanie at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and refer to EuropeanFunds.info in your e-mail.

Intercontinental Hotel – send an e-mail to Gordon at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and refer to EuropeanFunds.info in your e-mail.

Valentina Hotel – Log on to www.hotelvalentina.com and enter the EUFUNDS promo code

Hotel Argento – send an e-mail to Fabrizio at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and refer to EuropeanFunds.info in your e-mail.

Cavalieri Art Hotel – send an e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and refer to EuropeanFunds.info in your e-mail.

Golden Tulip Vivaldi – send an e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and refer to EuropeanFunds.info in your e-mail. 



Useful Information

St Julians

How to get around

Upon arriving at the Malta International Airport, you can get to St. Julian's by catching a taxi or the public transport system (Bus number X2 which runs from 05550hrs till 2250hrs). Buses are quite frequent to St. Julian's.

If you are staying outside of St. Julian's, reaching the training venue is quite easy. The bus stops just further down the road from the Westin Dragonara Resort, which is only 5 minutes away.



Weather in Malta

Malta has a typical Mediterranean climate with mild winters and warm to hot summers. THe warm season generally starts in Mid-April and ends in September with an average temperature of 20 degrees. Temperatures are between 20 to 30 degrees in July and August.



Local Cuisine

While the island offers a variety of culinary choices, one must not miss the opportunity to try some local, tasty dishes: the Lampuki Pie (fish pie), rabbit stew, Bragioli (beef olives), Kapunata, (Maltese version of ratatouile), and widow's soup. The Gbejniet (sheep or goat's cheese) and Bigilla, a thick pate of broad beans with garlic are an ideal started for your meal.

Don't leave Malta without trying the traditional 'pastizzi'which are flaky parcels filled with ricotta or mushed peas. Some fouvrite dessert delicacies are kannoli and the Helwa tat-Tork.

You should also try out some of our local wines, our local beer and "Kinnie", our local soft drink.





Day 1 - Monday 15th July 2019

Registration and distribution of training material
Introduction – Setting the objectives and expected outcomes
Result based management for the 2014-2020 programmes The end justifies the means.  The seminar kicks off with an overview of the Europe 2020 strategy and the entire EU-wide and national architecture for the delivery of Funds to the ultimate beneficiary – the citizen.
Coffee Break
Output, Results & Financial Indicators in the context of the Intervention Logic An introduction to the Intervention Logic, starting with the identification of the development needs, the solutions, proposed action and the contribution to key programme indicators.
Monitoring Indicators #1: Implementation Reports This session introduces the monitoring tools for the 2014-20 programmes, with an insight into the Annual Implementation Reports, the strategic progress reports, the final report and any other monitoring reports used to supervise the efficiency and effectiveness of the management and control systems.
Monitoring Indicators #2: Management Verifications (incl case studies) Beyond their crucial role in the monitoring of economy and efficiency of inputs and outputs, management verifications of 14-20 OPs have an important role in ensuring programme effectiveness in the delivery of results.  This session explores how.
Coffee Break
Monitoring Indicators #3: Performance Framework, Indicators & data management In this programming period, where performance is predominantly measured on results rather than absorption, the completeness and reliability of data management is key.  The day concludes with an overview of the data management requirements.
Concluding remarks and wrap-up of Day 1

Day 2 - Tuesday 16th July 2019

Welcome coffee
Evaluation #1: Evaluation of results in the 2014-2020 Programmes As an introduction to the role of evaluation, this is a brief introduction of the Evaluation Plan as the strategic document which supports the OP and the result-orientation approach of 2014-20, the role of evaluations prior and during the interventions, and the relationship between report commissioner and evaluator.
Evaluation Tool #1: Impact Evaluations: Theory-based (incl workshop) In the first of two sessions dedicated to impact evaluations, we analyse the methods which seek to answer “why” and “how” an intervention works.  Practical examples are provided throughout.
Coffee Break
Evaluation Tool #2: Impact Evaluations: Counterfactual (incl workshop) The second technique for impact evaluation seeks to answer the question “does the intervention work?”.  This session analyses the methodology applied and in which situations, through case studies and a practical workshop.
Evaluation Tool #3: Impact Evaluations: Ex-ante and Ex-post Cost Benefit Analysis for infrastructural projects The CBA is a tool normally associated with the project application phase.  Yet, it's properties may lend themselves well to evalauation.  This session is a brief explanation of the reasoning behiind the CBA and its potential role in ex-post project evaluation.
The role of the EC in Monitoring and Evaluation of ESIF Programmes This session revisits the role of the European Commission in the monitoring and evaluation of the ESIF programmes, also reviewing procedures and outcomes from evaluations from past programmes.
2021-2027: simplifying indicators Day two concludes with a discussion on the latest updates from the 2021-27 programme and regulation proposals.
Concluding remarks and wrap-up of Day 2

Day 3 - Wednesday 17th July 2019 - EUfundingGozo Projects Expedition

Meeting in front of Hotel
CF 125: Salina Road Project
CF 118: Rehabilitation of Maghtab Landfills
CF 198 - Cirkewwa Ferry Terminal
ERDF 31 - Upgrading of Zewwieqa Waterfront
ERDF 32 - Ggantija Temples Conservation Project
ERDF 24 - Upgrading of Villa Rundle Gardens
CF - Restoration and Upgrading of Mgarr-Victoria Link
ERDF 142 - Developing a cultural and historical eco-museum
ERDF 246 - Implementing of Cittadella Masterplan
ERDF 140 - The Ta' Pinu shrine project
Returning to Hotel

Day 4 - Thursday 18th July 2019

Welcome coffee
Introduction to the simpler methods to achieve indicators Following the review of the evaluation procedures, we now shift focus on the means to arrive to the end.  The simplification of implementation is crucial in delivering timely outputs and results.  Here we introduce the context for the next two days.
SCO#1 - Improving the Process – from Real Costs to SCOs A general workshop in which participants conduct their own management verifications of each step of the process (calls for proposals, grant agreement, implementation) before payment to the Beneficiaries, using various visual aids and tools.  Simplified Costs Options are introduced along the way, to show how each step may be simplified for better results and reduced administrative burden for beneficiaries. 
Coffee Break
SCO#2 – Standard Scales of Unit Costs: Analysing features and applicability An in-depth analysis of standard scales of unit costs, through practical examples, workshops and from different perspectives – implementation, reimbursement to the Beneficiary, verification, certification to the EC and reimbursement from the EC. Includes special reference to the ESF Regulation, Article 14 and the new Omnibus Regulation.
SCO#3 – Flat Rate Financing: Analysing features and applicability This session explores flat-rate financing and all its variants through practical examples, workshops and from multiple perspectives from all ESI Funds – implementation, reimbursement to the Beneficiary, verification and certification to the EC.
Coffee Break
SCO#4 – Lump Sums: Analysing features and applicability This session explains lump sums and their application, together with an overview from all perspectives (incl. Article 14, ESF).  This session includes practical examples and workshops.
Concluding remarks and wrap-up of Day 4

Day 5 - Friday 19th July 2019

Welcome coffee
SCO#5 Case Studies: The application of SCOs in several Member States Several good-practice cases from across the EU and from different Funds are presented for observation and discussion.
Financial Instruments – Implementing Financial Instruments In this session we explore the application of financial instruments in the ESI Funds, as an alternative to the classical grant-based approaches to project financial support.  Several case studies are presented throughout.
Coffee Break
Financial Instruments – Implementing Financial Instruments [continued]
Performance: Auditing performance (incl the ECA performance audit manual) We explain the notion of performance audits and discuss their application to the evaluation and audit of sound financial management.
Performance: Presenting results of performance audits carried out by ECA on ESIF funds The most important findings in ECA performance audit reports are presented and discussed.
Will simpler methods lower the error rate? A review of the most common errors relating to programme and project performance and assessing whether simpler processes will ultimately lower the error rate or not.
Concluding remarks and distribution of certificates


2019 Training Programme

FIVE-day option || July 15-19 || Indicators toolkit || New! One-day EUfundingGozo expedition included!

THREE-day option || July 15-17 || Indicators and the Performance Framework || New! One-day EUfundingGozo expedition included!

TWO-day option || July 18-19 || Focus on: Achieving indicators through Simplification (incl SCOs, Financial Instruments & Performance audits)


The workshop which speaks about anything meaningful to the efficient and effective delivery, monitoring and evaluation of ESI-funded programmes and projects.

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A few minutes in the life of a busy public officer attending a training session on that topic she yearned so long to discover.  She walks briskly into the conference centre, well-dressed, gleaming in anticipation.  Stands in the line, signs the attendance sheet, collects the name tag and takes her folder from the desk attendant.  She walks into the room and her eagerness immediately subsides as the all-so-common sight beckons.   Lifeless speakers await behind a table, stacks of typed text in hand, three mics to their faces.  The In-focus projector switches on and the first batch of words is splashed on the white screen ahead.  Mr Speaker One remains seated, quickly welcomes the crowd before giving out the first instructions on what is, what should be and what not, oblivious to the real aims and objectives of the blank faces before him.An hour goes by, until Ms Speaker Two takes the stage.  In the audience, some are already absorbed in their smartphones, some have taken the first walk to the bathroom, others are sporting the occasional yawn, silently weeping for that first coffee break.  The time arrives and the cycle is repeated all over again for three, four times, for one, two, three days!   {marcoparallaxbground height="300" image="5-Small-groups-for-individual-attention.jpg"}    Training that comes home! Does this sound any familiar? Probably yes.  But training on European funding need not be so boring!  EuropeanFunds.info invites you to challenge the myth and find out how management and administration in this complex field can be as exciting as it is prescriptive.  We don’t stay on the surface and give out facts and regulations which you could well have read on your tablets, in the comfort of your homes or offices.  We dig deeper and tell you what really happens on the ground, how that blessed clause in the regulation really affects your day in the office.We bring your problems to the fore, exposing the challenges and weaknesses in a practical manner. We’ve been there and done that. We promise you SOLUTIONS to take back home; solutions delivered in the most comfortable and innovative facilities, all embraced within the unique characteristics of Malta.   Our courses and seminars Our sessions draw upon salient themes in the management of European funds, addressing the important features of the course theme through practical and well-prepared examples.  Most importantly, you will be given time to voice your concerns and discuss with fellow participants who go through similar situations across Europe.  This will allow the free exchange of ideas, expertly facilitated by engaging speakers, allowing participants to go back home with a baggage of solutions, along with memorable experiences.    To know more about our courses click here!

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At EuropeanFunds.info we understand that EU-funded initiatives are not the most forthright instruments around.  But we also understand the accountability that needs to go along with the use of the European taxpayers’ money.  And that’s what we strive to attain – aligning your brilliant ideas with the basic principles of public spending.     

Business Enhance ERDF Grant Schemes   The Business Enhance Grant Schemes provide non-refundable grants which are financed through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).  These are available to private enterprises, namely SMEs.  Under the current Programming Period for 2014-2020, these schemes are being managed and issued by the Measures and Support Division which falls under the remit of the Ministry for European Affairs.  To date six grant schemes have been published which include:  •    SME Consultancy Services Grant Scheme•    E-Commerce Grant Scheme•    SME Diversification and Innovation Grant Scheme•    SME Internationalisation Grant Scheme•    SME Growth Grant Scheme•    Start-up Investment Grant Scheme  For further information on each scheme please click on the relevant schemes listed above.   Our Services At EuropeanFunds.info, we are able to guide you through the whole Grant Scheme application process.  This entails determining your eligibility for the schemes as we will not advise you to apply should you not be eligible for such funding.  Guidance as to which scheme best suits your enterprise will also be provided.  Together with the filling in of the application form/s, all Grant Scheme application forms include an obligatory business plan which related costs may be recovered through the SME Consultancy Services Grant Scheme.   Our directors and advisors have worked in the EU Funding area and previously within the Ministry managing the Grant Schemes for over ten years which benefits our clients as we will provide guidance based on our experience within this field. For further details on the schemes and application process you may contact us on justine@europeanfunds.info to set an obligation-free meeting.

Project Applications   EuropeanFunds.info offers full assistance in writing your project proposals, undertaking feasibility studies, filling your application forms, submitting your proposals, negotiating with stakeholders, all the way to signing your hard-earned grant.   We lead you all the way with expert advice built on eight years of experience in the Managing Authority, dealing with all the relevant Authorities involved in the management and control system of European Funds – the European Commission, Certifying Authority, Intermediate Bodies, Audit Authority, Treasury, Department of Contracts, public entities, private and voluntary organisations, local government, unions and civil society.   Contact Us

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Project Management Successful EU-funded projects bring together bright ideas, smart management and exceptional results with the utmost attention to accountability and transparency.  Whoever has managed projects in the past knows that funds are subject to tight scrutiny by the Commission, national authorities and auditors.  And rightly so.  The European Court of Auditors, year after year, reports shortcomings in public procurement and financial expenditure, often leading to the recovery of funds from Beneficiaries.  Neither the Commission nor Member States want to waste invaluable financial resources in non-compliant activities.    We believe in your ideas! So the instructions are clear.  Your project ideas are very welcome, but sound financial and performance management are essential for long-term success.  We’ve been on the other side of the fence, so we know what quality is expected of project management and administration.  At EuropeanFunds.info we understand your frustrations in dealing with the necessary administrative work which comes along with EU-funded projects.  Your ideas and technical capabilities should not get entangled in undesirable paperwork and financial corrections.  And we also know that your day, like ours, is only 24 hours long.  So we will let you concentrate on the deliverables that matter and leave the rest to us.   You look after what really counts; we take care of the distractions.     Contact Us

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The European Union wants results.  EuropeanFunds.info is just about them.

We provide training and other optimal solutions on the back of experience gained in the management of the 2004-2006, 2007-2013 and 2014-2020 EU funded programmes at the Managing Authority of Malta. Our experts were directly involved in operational programme development, final programme closure reporting and (pretty much) anything in between!

2014-2020 is about performance.  Indeed, we are here to share our knowledge on EU funding and help you perform.

Our Team

Ray Bartolo

Ray Bartolo is Director and Lead Consultant at EuropeanFunds.info.

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Trevor Fenech

Trevor Fenech is Director and Lead Consultant at EuropeanFunds.info.

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Justine Schinas

Justine Schinas is a Senior Advisor and Speaker at EuropeanFunds.info.

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About Malta

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Whether on business or vacation, Malta offers a rich concentration of natural beauty, cultural legacy, vibrant entertainment, friendly faces and top-end facilities.   The country stretches just over 300km2, covering the three main inhabited islands, with the largest – Malta – lying to the south of the smaller islands of Gozo and Comino.  The population is 418,000 and the official languages are Maltese and English.  The capital city is Valletta.

The wealth of historical sites (including nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites), cultural activities, its warm climate, recreational areas, beaches, and architectural diversity, make Malta a popular tourist destination.  It also offers a stable political, economic and industrial environment, hosting thousands of local and international companies in different sectors, mainly tourism, financial services, IT, manufacturing and retail.  EU membership and the adoption of the euro currency have enhanced Malta’s accessibility and attractiveness as an international business hub in the centre of the Mediterranean region.

For more information about Malta, visit www.visitmalta.com.

Malta and European Funds

Malta joined the European Union on 1st May 2004.  Since 2000, the Government of Malta has been actively participating in EU-funded programmes under shared management with the European Commission.  Malta has received in excess of €1bn from the EU under the various initiatives undertaken so far, both pre- and post-accession, including Pre-Accession Funds and the Transition Facility (inc. TAIEX), the Structural Funds Programme 2004-06 (ERDF, ESF, EAGGF, FIFG) and the Cohesion Fund 2004-06, Cohesion Policy 2007-13 (ERDF, CF, ESF), the Rural Development and Agriculture funds (EAGF/EAFRD), The European Fisheries Fund (EFF), Framework Programme on Solidarity and management of Migration funds 2007-2013 and the Lifelong Learning and Youth-in-Action Programmes,

Another €882m are allocated to Malta under the 2014-2020 Multi-annual Financial Framework (Cohesion Policy, Common Agricultural Policy and European Maritime and Fisheries Fund. Source: ec.europa.eu).

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