A new training course has been launched, free and open to anyone interested, on public procurement of innovation. It address the needs of SMEs that would like to take part in public procurement tenders, but it is also support tool for public authorities or anyone who wants to increase their knowledge on this topic. 

Students can plan their learning journey at their convenience, as the training course is accessible through an e-learning platform completely free of charge. The course consists of interactive learning materials, such as videos, presentations, quizzes, a set of coursebooks, and additional readings on different topics of interest.

Register for the course here.


HAePPI is an Erasmus+ project to develop a training program on public procurement of innovation (PPI) in habitat and e-health sectors


Public procurement offers an increasing potential market for innovative products and services, being a great opportunity to stimulate growth and jobs. To support SMEs to take this opportunity, HAePPI will develop an innovative and open training resource, which will offer an adapted curriculum to equip professionals with the specific, basic and transversal skills currently required for the public procurement of innovation.

The future HAePPI training course will address the needs of:

  • Professionals of the health and habitat sector, interested in boosting the opportunities of getting a public contract of innovation, expand their market share, and launch innovative new products.
  • VET students of industry and health specialities, such as design, furniture technology proceses, e-health or electronics, who wants to achieve an innovative training and specialise in a topic with great prospects.

Regardless, the ultimate beneficinaires of the program will be any professional or SME interested in learning about public procurement as an innovation faciliator.

The e-training course on public procurement of innovation will be ready in 2022.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission – application number 2019-1-DK01-KA202-060224. This page reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

The project has received an EU grant of 324.031,00€ and runs from 01-12-2019 to 31-05-2022.


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