Leonardo Transfer Of Innovation (TOI) supported UK organisations in the transfer and further development of innovative practices in large scale co-operation projects. The purpose of the Leonardo Transfer of Innovation action was to adopt and transfer existing innovative practices to new settings which included sectors, target groups and countries, made achievable by working with transnational partners.
2013 Call Final Report Seminar
The Final Report Seminar for Transfer of Innovation projects funded under the 2013 Call for Proposals was held on Tuesday 30 June in Birmingham.
The seminar provided valuable information on completing your Final Report including details of the financial accounting and project management requirements. National Agency staff were on hand to offer tips and advice on preparing and completing your Final Report. Promoters showcased their project successes and shared their experiences of completing the Final Report.
Final Report resource pack
If you were unable to attend the Final Report seminar in person then you can download our Final Report resource pack (4.38 MB).
This resource pack contains an overview of the day's events as well as help and guidance on completing the Transfer of Innovation Final Report for 2013 projects.
Completing your Final Report
The presentations and guidance notes below will help support you through the preparation and completion stages of your 2013 Final Report. The Final Report guidance (646 KB) contains hints and tips on the types of information that should be included in the report, the annexes which need to be submitted and the submission process.
Final Report guidance (646 KB)
ECAS guidance (635 KB)
Financial monitoring requirements and recommendations
The Financial Tables are for use during the completion of your 2013 Final Report, which you will need to submit with the Final Report Summary Template. The Financial Summary Template will help you to summarise the subsistence, VAT policies (as well as exchange rates used) across the partnership. Guidance on completing the tables and 2013 staff and subsistence rates are also provided below.
2013 Final Report Financial Tables (524 KB)
Final Report Summary Template (141 KB)
Hints and tips for preparing the Final Report: a Promoter's view
James Magee from Diversity Works presented his experience of preparing and completing a Transfer of Innovation Final Report.
The presentation included hints and tips on preparing for the Final Report, the importance of working with transnational partners as well as valuable advice in the form of what they have learnt during reporting.
Hints and tips for completing the Final Report
The presentations below will help you in completing your Final Report by providing examples of best practice and how to describe and evaluate your results clearly in the Final Report.
Presentation: Share your success (1.17 MB)
Completing the ADAM database
The ADAM database is an opportunity for you to showcase your project work across Europe. It is a contractual requirement of your Transfer of Innovation project that you upload your results. The documents below will help you in completing the ADAM database for your project and the presentation outlines the common errors made to ensure you meet all of the requirements.
ADAM - Final Report Guidelines 2015 (273 KB)
Your Questions Answered
Parallel management and financial workshops took place in the afternoon, offering projects the chance to ask questions to National Agency staff. Questions and answers from the financial workshop can be found below:
Financial workshop Q&A (210 KB)
2013 Call Start up Seminar
The start-up event for Transfer of Innovation projects funded in 2013 was held on the 26 September in Birmingham.
The day provided valuable information on how to manage your new project. National Agency staff were on hand to offer tips and advice on how to deliver really high quality projects and current project promoters were there to share their experiences.
Start up seminar resource pack
If you were unable to attend the event you can download our Start Up Seminar Resource pack (4.41 MB). The pack contains an overview of the day as well as important documents for managing your Transfer of Innovation project.
Managing your grant
The presentations and documents below include an overview of your agreement with the National Agency as well as monitoring and reporting requirements:
- Understanding your agreement (347 KB)
- Monitoring and reporting requirements (223 KB)
- 2013 TOI Project Handbook (627 KB)
- Agreement Amendment Request Form (AARF) (463 KB)
- Model Grant Agreement (351 KB)
- Model contract between contractor and partners (157 KB)
- Sample Interim Report form (1.57 MB)
- Sample Final Report form (1.57 KB)
Financial requirements and recommendations
Find out about the administrative and financial requirements including details about eligibility of costs and reporting:
Managing a ToI project: a promoter's experience
James Magee from Springboard Opportunities Ltd presented his experience of running a Transfer of Innovation project.
The presentation included hints and tips on effectively managing a project and project finances as well as how to work with transnational partners including how to communicate and resolve problems.
The ADAM database is an opportunity for you to showcase your project work across Europe. It is a contractual requirement of your Transfer of Innovation project that you upload your results.
Other key documents
You will be sent a link to your final report form, which is specific to your organisation and your project. In order to download the form you will need to log in to ECAS. If you already have ECAS login details you can use these; otherwise you will need to register on ECAS first. You can find instructions on how to do this in the video below: