International Cancer Technology Transfer (ICRETT) Training Workshop How to Apply A Department Head or an Executive of similar rank of the host organization will be nominated as the Host Course Co-ordinator. The role of this coordinator is to: 1. Identify the specific research or clinical training needs of the potential participants. 2. In collaboration with an international expert faculty member and potential a local expert faculty member, design a provisional workshop plan of maximum 2 pages. This is to be approved by the Director of the applicant Host Organization. It must address in sufficient detail: • the training needs and specific skills to be acquired • the profile of the target audience (up to 50 participants) • the profile of the international and local faculty, if any • the plan/timeframe for subsequent application/dissemination of the newly acquired skills • the short and longer-term impact assessment and evaluation of trainees. 3. Upon agreement of the workshop plan by the Director, the Host Course Co-ordinator will identify, contact and invite a potential international Visiting Faculty Co-ordinator. Together they will: • further develop the course plan • agree on provisional workshop dates • establish travel, accommodation, ancillary cost estimates for the international faculty (maximum 3 members) • establish a detailed budget for running the entire workshop • agree on facilities and local hospitality offered by the applicant Host Organization. 4. Upon agreement between both the Host and Visiting Faculty Co-ordinators to organize and run such a workshop, either coordinator submits an ICRETT Training Workshop application to the UICC. The completed application consisting of: • the completed and hand-signed by the Host Course Co-ordinator, Visiting Faculty Co- ordinator and the Host Administrative authorized signatory ICRETT Training Workshop application form, • a formal letter of invitation from the Director of the receiving applicant Host Organization to the international Visiting Faculty Co-ordinator, • a formal letter of acceptance of the invitation from the Visiting Faculty Co-ordinator, • the workshop programme as agreed between both Host and Visiting Faculty Co- ordinators, • the cv/publication lists of the members of the international faculty, including the Visiting Faculty Co-ordinator, and that of the Host Course Co-ordinator, • a Host Attestation signed by the Host Course Co-ordinator. The application will go through the usual international review process and both Co-ordinators are advised of the outcome generally within 60 days. 5. Upon termination of the ICRETT Training Workshop, the Host Course Co-ordinator will supply UICC with: • a list of participants, faculty members that had taught the training course, their full postal and email address along with the workshop programme. (template provided with Letter of Award), • text/abstract of Lectures to be provided by the International Visiting Faculty, • participants feedback forms to be provided by the Host Course Co-ordinator (template provided with Letter of Award) • an end-of-project report in English within 1 month of the end of the project (template provided with Letter of Award).
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