The INTERACT Point for Qualification & Transfer was originally initiated by the North Sea Programme secretariat in 2004. The work of the INTERACT Point Q&T is aimed at guiding Interreg programmes towards better a co-operation and to enhance delivery.
Following a strong demand of its services the staff has increased and the office is currently employing 6 people. 22 events have been arranged in 2006, up to September. Although changes are imminent for INTERACT as a whole, it is not expected to have any effect on the daily work of the INTERACT Point Q&T and the Viborg office will continue its work in the new programme period.
Read more about the INTERACT Point Q&T here.