Hello there and welcome to JustAnswer! My name is XXXXX XXXXX I am very happy to help you with your question.
Below is a publication dealing with responsible partnering based on the subject asked:http://www.eua.be/Libraries/Publications_homepage_list/Responsible_Partnering_Guidelines_09.sflb.ashx
The National Organization of Research Development Professionals is also a great place to find information regarding collaborate funding opportunities.
thank you, XXXXX XXXXX what I am looking for is the business model for sharing profits between a university and a training institution. More geared towards numbers, calculation methods.
Ahh, I see! I can help you with that.
Thank you Khristopher
This abstract would be more of what you are looking for:http://ftp.iza.org/dp6118.pdf
This is based not so much on universities but the actual workforce.
yes, it says "...impact of profit sharing on the share of workers receiving training..." I am more looking for different models organizations use when calculating the split of profits between a university and a training institution offering
So, you are looking for a college course to take?
No. Let me explain more
Let's say I "own" a seminar that a university is interested in. What are the types of deals I can make with that university? is this clear?
Depending on what type of seminar or service, training professionals can demand up to $2500 for a five day program. This example is based on a Management Excellence Seminar at Champlain College!
The cost is based on the type of information being presented.
Ok so there is no magic formula I guess thx:)
Each university has a seperate budget set aside to broadcast and submit different types of seminars.
No formula exists. The process is based on the market!