Resources for project coordinators

What could be stopping you effectively coordinate your project?

Find all you need to know, and all the resources that will be valuable for you as a project coordinator going forward. Important documents, information packs for communication and marketing, guidance on and the significance of involving end-users, and information on the various different opportunities and support available for the success of your project.

Project Management Resources

Guidelines on negotiating, managing and closing your project.

Negotiation phase

  1. Guide for coordinators
  2. Guidelines for Consortium Agreement
  3. Consortium Agreement Skeleton Intellectual Property and Confidentiality sections
  4. Financial Plan Template
  5. IPR Helpdesk AAL Fact Sheet (new version to be published soon)
  6. Indications about the national time to contract (TTC)

Management phase

  1. Template for the annual progress report
  2. Guidelines for the midterm review of AAL JP projects
  3. Template for the mid-term project review report (for information only)

Closure phase

  1. Template for the final project report
  2. Template for the final project review report (for information only)

Communication for projects

  1. Fact sheet template for AAL website and dissemination material (mandatory)
  2. Power Point template for project presentation (mandatory)

And more insights

  1. More about end users integration?
  2. And the market observatory?
  3. And interoperability and standards?
  4. Bringing you to market?

Communication pack

Make sure your project meets AAL’s branding standards.

AAL Brand Identity Guide

The objective of this Brand Identity Guide is to provide standards of using the brand for the Active and Assisted Living Programme (AAL). Graphic standards are a visual expression of our company and serve as the foundation of our overall communications strategy. A well-managed graphic standards programme provides a consistent message and image. It is extremely important that these standards are followed exactly, to maintain a uniform presentation of successful results.

This Guide outlines the core elements of logo usage and how to apply them to printed and communication materials. Items of any kind that bear an AAL logo may not be produced until there has been approval by AAL. Please note that there is no exceptions to this procedure.

AAL Brand Identity Guide 2015

AAL Logo


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