The output O10 is composed by two parts:

- the project quality plan, defined by the partners at the project beginning, and containing the detail of the activities and tools to manage and develop project quality in each phase and for the project as a whole (performance indicators, to measure and assess intermediate and final results achieved with respect to needs of target groups; monitoring activities and control targets; survey and control times; survey instruments; reporting systems; procedures and tools for contingency, risk management and follow-up measures). The project quality plan includes specific tools for physical monitoring and assessment (verification by means of performance and result indicators), financial monitoring and assessment (survey and control of expenses in respect of the estimated cost for each partner and phase), technical-scientific monitoring and assessment (self-evaluation carried out by the experts, researchers, and trainers constituting the project Scientific and Technical Team), survey interventions to verify the level of satisfaction of the actors and users involved in the various phases of the project and in particular of the addressees and final users (professionals in the field of nature-based tourism and people on the labour market, who have already signed the ENS Learning Agreement ECVET to get the common European qualifications Nature- and Rural Tourism Guide, and Rural and Agro-Tourism Accommodation Manager already formalised by the MoU ECVET ENS, and also at least other 30 professionals in the field of nature-based tourism and people on the labour market interested to get these European common qualifications, updated and newly designed within the revised MoU ECVET ENS, in all the European countries involved in the partnership project : 10 Macedonian, 10 Italian, 5 Greek and 5 Austrian people), participating to the testing of the VET courses to effectively get the concerned qualifications;

- the progressive report on quality management, which is in turn articulated in 10 periodical reports, realised at the end of the activities producing the intellectual outputs O1- O9 (at the end of the pilot application of the VET courses - are foreseen two different quality management periodical reports, in correspondence with these two milestones), then covering the whole project duration; each of these periodical report provide evidence of the results of the application of planned monitoring, assessment and surveys (in particular, providing the results of physical, financial, technical-scientific monitoring and assessment, and satisfaction level survey interventions, for each one of the mentioned activities), and of the possible contingency, risk management and follow-up adopted measures. 
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