New free course on public procurement of innovation

Public procurement accounts for approximately 19% of GDP in the European Union, offering a huge market for innovative products and services.

The latest European Public Procurement Directives have opened up many new opportunities for Public Procurement of Innovation, offering SMEs attractive commercial opportunities while fostering their innovation capacity.

AMUEBLA launches a new training course that will allow you to understand this complex instrument and help you to know how to participate in this type of tenders and the benefits for your company.

The training course, online and free of charge, offers 30 hours of training based on five modules, with different training materials such as guides, presentations, videos, didactic exercises, etc. and will allow you to obtain a certificate at the end of the course. The five training modules, which can be accessed by students completely free of charge, are as follows:

  1. Introduction to public procurement for SMEs, where you will get an overview of this instrument, its benefits and its main financial aspects.
  2. Public Tenders, to learn all the necessary skills to understand and respond to public tenders.
  3. Public Procurement of Innovative Solutions and Pre-commercial Procurement, to learn about the different ways of acquiring innovation through public procurement.
  4. Tender monitoring and support, to learn how to search for tenders and where to find external support.
  5. Project and Innovation Management, to understand the basics of how to successfully manage and monitor an innovative public procurement project.

The public procurement training course will start in June 2022. If you are interested in enrolling just fill in the following form, and you will be informed as soon as the course is available:

The training course in innovative public procurement is the result of the HAePPI project, co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union, with the participation of AMUEBLA, the University of Zaragoza, the University of Lodz, the innovation service attached to the Northern Region of Denmark, iVITA – eHealth cluster and the Styrian Technology Park.