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Austria

Association Européenne des Enseignants (AEDE)

The European Association of Teachers (Association Européenne des Enseignants), founded in Paris in 1956, is an organisation promoting understanding of EU issues amongst educators in all member states. It has a network of more than 25,000 teachers, heads, inspectors and officials, from nursery to university level. AEDE welcomes teachers and schools throughout Europe who wish to work together to build the European society of the future.


Website: http://www.aede.eu

Association Européenne des Enseignants (AEDE) is involved in the following projects:

die Berater

die Berater® is a private company founded in 1998 and employs around 450 members of staff who work in more than 50 locations all over Austria in the following fields: education and training, coaching and counselling, consultancy, outplacement, EU projects. 

die Berater® offers educational seminars and training courses for individuals, organisations, and enterprises from soft skills to languages and information technologies. Their main aims are to motivate and qualify customers to make full use of their potentials in the economy, at the labour market and in their personal lives.

More than 20.000 people participate in die Berater®’s programmes per year- many of them in job orientation and vocational qualification programmes delivered for the Austrian labour market service. Contents and methodologies include online seminars.

In die Berater®‘s corporate culture fair play, respect tolerance and social responsibility are central values.

die Berater® has participated in around 50 transnational projects as project coordinator, partner, evaluator and disseminator in the past years and will bring this experience into the project. They have considerable experience in HEAL's 3 key fields: consulting organisations with regard to management - training - and health education (e.g. eHospital, awarded with Österreichischer Staatspreis für Erwachsenenbildung and with the Lifelong Learning Award in Silver))

die Berater® is certified – apart from several Austrian quality assurance systems for education and training - according to IS0 9001:2000. All European projects naturally undergo the process quality control foreseen by this standard. Moreover, through its involvement in numerous EU-funded projects, quality standards for the transversal and recurrent tasks of transnational project work have been established and are adhered to. The guidance given by the “Survival Kit for Lifelong Learning Projects” is put into practice in all European projects.


Website: http://www.dieberater.com/

die Berater is involved in the following projects:

FO.FO.S - Forum for Supporting Self-Employment and SMEs

FO.FO.S is a Non Profit Organisation structured as a network of experts participating in different projects with the aim of supporting founders, new self-employment, one-person-companies and small and medium sized enterprises.


Website: http://www.fofos.at
Jugend am Werk Steiermark GmbH

Jugend am Werk Steiermark GmbH is one of the biggest social services organisations in the Province of Styria.

Together with their customers, about 760 employees in 59 locations throughout the Province of Styria work to create life perspectives and to take chances in the areas of care and integration for persons with disabilities, training for young adults, employment, early intervention, and crisis intervention. Custom-fit and innovative services, customer-focussed acting, many years of experience, and best-trained and motivated employees characterise the work of Jugend am Werk.

Jugend am Werk Steiermark GmbH is a non-profit organisation and certified to the European ISO 9001:2008 standard. Locations: 25 establishments in the areas of training, work and employment Services and 34 establishments in the areas of care, leisure and accommodation services


Website: http://www.jaw.or.at

Jugend am Werk Steiermark GmbH is involved in the following projects:

Padagogische Akademia der Diozese Sankt Polten in Krems

Padagogische Akademia der Diozese Sankt Polten in Krems is a small, semi-private college of education in the heart of Austria on the Danube river. It was founded in 1967. The course of studies is based on the study plan designed in 2000 and follows the general rules set out by the Austrian Ministery of Education. The three mains courses addresses to those students pursuing an Austrian teaching degree: primary School Education (for children between 6 and 10), general secondary school education (for children between 10 and 15); special needs teacher education (for children between 6 and 15).


Website: http://www.kphvie.ac.at/home.html

Padagogische Akademia der Diozese Sankt Polten in Krems is involved in the following projects:

University of Applied Sciences Joanneum

The University of Applied Sciences "FH JOANNEUM" offers 36 Master, Bachelor and Diploma degree programmes in the areas of Business & Technology, Information Engineering, Mobility, Social Services & Public Health and Media & Design for about 3000 students. "ZML-Innovative Learning Scenarios" is a research and development institute of the University of Applied Sciences FH JOANNEUM that focuses its interests on the area of eLearning (Online Education and Training), as well as on the development of simulations and eContent. ZML believes in social constructivists’ theories of learning, and strives for regional, national and international co-operations with academic institutions and with the industry. It aims to facilitate learning that is social and situated in nature. The potential of the Social Web to facilitate innovative ways of learning is being exploited through research and development in the areas of game-based learning, eModeration, virtual Communities, ePortfolios.


Website: http://www.fh-joanneum.at/zml

University of Applied Sciences Joanneum is involved in the following projects:

University of Medicine of Wien
University of Medicine of Wien is not only the largest medical organisation in Austria, it is also one of the most important top-level research institutions in Europe and provides Europe's largest hospital, the AKH in Vienna, with all of its medical staff. University of Medicine of Wien  is a state-of-the-art research organisation with historic roots, and is today one of the world's leading medical universities and the largest and longest-standing medical research institution in Austria. University of Medicine of Wien is Austria's largest medical training centre. Under the guidance of 1,000 teachers, some 8,000 students are currently completing their studies in human medicine, pediatrics and dentistry.
 

Website: https://www.meduniwien.ac.at/web/

University of Medicine of Wien is involved in the following projects:

Universityof Linz, Institut Fur Didaktik Der Mathematik

The Institut Fur Didaktik Der Mathematik (University of Linz) is an impulse center for science and the community and prides itself on a very distinguished international reputation. The university is the largest academic institution in the federal state of Upper Austria. The university’s core areas include the Social Sciences, Economics and Business, Law as well as Engineering and Natural Sciences.


Website: http://www.uni-linz.ac.at/

Universityof Linz, Institut Fur Didaktik Der Mathematik is involved in the following projects:

Verein Blickpunkt Identität

Verein Blickpunkt Identität has specialized in developing methods and tools for integrating disadvantaged persons into the work life. Based upon the principles of self-directed learning experience which formed the didactic basis for the “LOT Haus” in the Austrian EQUAL partnership, the non-profit association has launched various successful courses for long-term unemployed people that have been implemented in Lower Austria. The non-profit organisation has 17 staff. The range of services of Verein Blickpunkt Identität also covers individual coaching and counselling, especially for disadvantaged and low-level educated learners. In December 2012 Verein Blickpunkt Identität received the LLL Award in the category products for the Leonardo da Vinci Transfer of Innovation project “Stop Dropout” from the National Agency in Austria. Verein Blickpunkt Identität has specialized in the field of prevention of young persons who are at risk of falling out of the educational system. 


Website: http://www.blickpunkt-identitaet.eu/

Verein Blickpunkt Identität is involved in the following projects:

Vocational Training Institute

Owned by the Chambers of Labour and the Austrian Trade Union Federation, the bfi vocational training institute is the largest educational institution for workers in Austria.
The activities focus on vocational education and (continuing) training for workers as well as educational and occupational schemes for unemployed persons and workers threatened with unemployment. The objective is to promote the personal and occupational development of the persons enrolled in our courses, by providing high-quality education and training at a reasonable cost. The courses are targeted at the actual demands of the labour market and also provide orientation in a world of change.


Website: http://www.bfi.at
webducation

Webducation offers high-quality digital learning experiences: web-based training (WBT), mobile learning, game-based learning, film – and multimedia productions.

Webducation advises selection and set-up of learning management systems (LMS), authoring tools and general tools for the development of a suitable learning strategy. Webducation teaches and coaches:
Instructional design, script writing, content production, e-learning process and project management. Webducation provides didactical concepts, script writing, usability testing, graphic design, animation, film, music and programming. 

 


Website: http://www.webducation.cc/

webducation is involved in the following projects:

Belgium

Alden Biesen

Alden Biesen is a state cultural centre, a conference and seminar centre, is part of the Ministry of Culture, Art & Heritage agency of the Flemish government, and is based in a historic castle with a European mission. The centre aims to be an international cultural and educational centre and has high quality infrastructure, boarding and meeting facilities. The centre is also famous as a touristic place and for its high level international cultural events: open air opera, international storytelling festival etc. 

Alden Biesen is a European education hub. The centre organizes and runs national and international courses, seminars and conferences and in-service training days for teachers and adult education trainers on European issues, self-evaluation, international project management, networking and on European citizenship issues and heritage for adults and adult learners.

The Alden Biesen European education team is very active in international projects. Through participation in these projects the centre gains up to date innovative knowledge, practice and expertise which is then spread through a number of national and international training activities the centre is engaged in.

 


Website: http://www.alden-biesen.be/

Alden Biesen is involved in the following projects:

Association Européenne des Enseignants (AEDE)

The European Association of Teachers (Association Européenne des Enseignants), founded in Paris in 1956, is an organisation promoting understanding of EU issues amongst educators in all member states. It has a network of more than 25,000 teachers, heads, inspectors and officials, from nursery to university level. AEDE welcomes teachers and schools throughout Europe who wish to work together to build the European society of the future


Website: http://www.aede-el.be

Association Européenne des Enseignants (AEDE) is involved in the following projects:

Association pour la Promotion des Energies Renouvelables (APERe)

APERe is an indipendent association which works for the development of renewable energies. Operating in Belgium since 1991, they hold a very important position in the energy field. 


Website: http://www.apere.org

Association pour la Promotion des Energies Renouvelables (APERe) is involved in the following projects:

Audiovisual Technologies, Informatics and Telecommunications (ATIT)

ATiT is an audio-visual and information technologies company with offices in Belgium and in Ireland. Set up in January 1999, ATiT specialises in the educational, cultural and training sectors and provides audio-visual production, project management, training and consultancy services to clients all over the world.

 


Website: http://www.atit.be

Audiovisual Technologies, Informatics and Telecommunications (ATIT) is involved in the following projects:

Collège du Sartay

The Sartay College is a religious high school. 


Website: http://www.sartay.be

Collège du Sartay is involved in the following projects:

Collège Sainte-Véronique et Marie-Joséc

Sainte Varonique is a college located in Liège 


Website: http://www.sainte-veronique.be

Collège Sainte-Véronique et Marie-Joséc is involved in the following projects:

CVO Kisp Gent
Kisp vzw is a large centre for adult education in Flanders, that organises over 400 courses for more than 15000 adult learners:  cooking, languages, economics, graphics courses, photography, teacher training, 2nd chance education, computer courses, technical training. The learner population is very diverse: between 16 and 70 years old and a number of the courses is diploma oriented: teacher training, economics, photography, 2nd chance education, 2nd language education. Kisp vzw is a flexible, dynamic and innovative education centre that aims to deliver quality courses and to stimulate life long learning in its learners. 

Website: http://www.kisp.be
European University Continuing Education Network (EUCEN)

The European University Continuing Education Network (EUCEN) is an international non-governmental not-for-profit association founded in 1991 and registered under Belgian law. It currently has 194 members in 35 countries, all of them universities actively committed to and involved in the development of University Lifelong Learning (ULLL). It includes 14 national networks for University Continuing Education and ULLL in Europe and 8 associations concerned with the education of adults. EUCEN is one of the founding associations of the EUCIS-LLL platform and is currently represented in its Steering Committee. The main aims and objectives of EUCEN are: to contribute to the economic and cultural life of Europe through the promotion and improvement of the quality of LLL within higher education institutions in Europe and elsewhere, and to foster universities' influence on LLL knowledge and policies throughout Europe. EUCEN represents a very rich source of expertise in the field of ULLL, university management and innovation

 


Website: http://www.eucen.eu/

European University Continuing Education Network (EUCEN) is involved in the following projects:

Flemish support and development agency for adult basic education (VOCB )

The Flemish support and development agency for adult basic education (VOCB) is responsible for providing guidance and support to the adult basic education centres and to provide additional training for educational staff at those centres. VOCB stimulates and supports innovation in the field of adult education by means of development projects. VOCB also acts as a meetingpoint for international contacts.


Website: http://www.ond.vlaanderen.be/English/

Flemish support and development agency for adult basic education (VOCB ) is involved in the following projects:

Foundation Polaire Internationale

Founded by Belgian polar explorer Alain Hubert, Prof. Hugo Decleir and Prof. André Berger in 2002, the Foundation seeks to bring about a keener appreciation of the role of science, particularly research in the Polar Regions, through a re-examination of the planet’s interconnections, its fragility, the impact of human actions on the environment, and the evolution of millennial climate cycles.


Website: http://www.polarfoundation.org/
Inforef

INFOREF, “Initiatives pour une formation efficace” (Initiatives for efficient training), is a non-profit association of teachers and technical educational experts offering services to primary and secondary schools and also to adult education. INFOREF has a full time staff of nine people. INFOREF is also supported by several teachers, consultants and technical experts. The association disseminates relevant information on the educational innovative experiences and materials. INFOREF also offers support for the use of innovative teaching technologies and methodologies and for the introduction of e-Learning based innovative educational systems. 

 


Website: http://www.inforef.be

Inforef is involved in the following projects:

Karel de Grote-Hogeschool

Karel de Grote-Hogeschool is a catholic university college that has over 9000 enrolled students and that employs about 1000 staff members. This makes it the largest university college in Antwerp and the second largest in Flanders. Karel de Grote university college is a catholic institution that encourages students and staff members to help each other develop and to help change our world in a positive way.


Website: http://www.kdg.be

Karel de Grote-Hogeschool is involved in the following projects:

Katholieke Hogeschool Sint-Lieven

KaHo Sint-Lieven is a university college in Flanders with about 5000 students and more than 600 staff members. The college offers bachelor and master study programmes in Gent, Aalst and Sint-Niklaas. The postgraduate course centre offers several short and longer postgraduate courses.

 


Website: http://www.kahosl.be

Katholieke Hogeschool Sint-Lieven is involved in the following projects:

University of Liège

The University of Liège has all the assets necessary to become a leading European and even world university: a pluralistic vocation; an openness to today's political, social, technological and industrial realities and those of tomorrow; active involvement in international and European research programmes as well as those facilitating the mobility of  students and researchers; and a commitment to the development of student-centred learning.


Website: http://www.ulg.ac.be

University of Liège is involved in the following projects:

Bulgaria

Centre for Inclusive Education (CIE)

The Centre for Inclusive Education (CIE) is a Bulgarian non-governmental organisation, which main aim is to promote inclusive education and make it happen for every child. CIE continues the 10-year work of Save the Children UK in Bulgaria on inclusive education for children with special educational needs in the mainstream school system and child protection. As main resources CIE uses the expertise of the team, developed after years of inclusive education and child protection work in more than 20 municipalities in North Bulgaria, as well as publication, reports and manuals on inclusion processes management at school. 


Website: http://www.cie-bg.eu/cgi-bin/index.pl?LANG=en&changelang=yes

Centre for Inclusive Education (CIE) is involved in the following projects:

Dobrich Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI)

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Dobrich, Bulgaria is the biggest business support organization in the region of Dobrich, part of the network of the Bulgarian chambers of Commerce and Industry. CCI promotes, fosters and represents the interests of its members and other businesses in the region on local, regional, national and international level. CCI is one of the host structures of the Enterprise Europe Network the largest network of contact point providing information and advice to EU SMEs on EU matters.

CCI has extensive experience in Lifelong learning, cooperation and innovation projects and expertise in promoting linguistic diversity and intercultural exchange, and  Cross Border Cooperation programmes. It has practical experiences on issues like solution approaches, methodology considerations, national implementations, as well as dissemination and valorisation of project results.


Website: http://www.cci.dobrich.net/

Dobrich Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) is involved in the following projects:

Euni Partners

Euni Partners is a non-governmental organization, which works to encourage and expand the cooperation among the academia, business, institutions and educational organizations. Since 2011 the Association works as a consultant for the local authorities, in close partnership with the South-West University "Neofit Rilski", for preservation of the cultural heritage and the development of cultural tourism. 


Website: http://www.eunipartners.eu/

Euni Partners is involved in the following projects:

European Centre for Education and Training (ECET)

The European Centre for Education and Training (ECET) was established in 1993. Its activities include development and implementation of language programmes, vocational courses, IT, computer and management training.
 


Website: http://www.ecet.bg

European Centre for Education and Training (ECET) is involved in the following projects:

First Private School Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci First Private School, Bulgaria: The school is situated on the right bank of the Danube River in Ruse, the 5th biggest town in Bulgaria, in a well-developed region. The School comprises a nursery, a primary and a secondary school so its students are between 2 and 19 years of age. The classes are organised in 2 sessions; one in the morning and one in the afternoon. The students include children from the town and the region as well as kids and youths of mixed or foreign origin so they speak a variety of languages, have different religions, come from various cultures and ethnicities. 

Website: http://www.psleonardo.com

First Private School Leonardo da Vinci is involved in the following projects:

Foundation of Cultural and Business Potential of Civil Society (FDCBPCS)

FDCBPCS is an NGO developing, implementing and managing European projects and providing consultations in the spheres of culture, art, tourism, Internet-based activities and education, VET, e-learning and school education development, as well as regional development. FDCBPCS team also provides school administrations, SMEs, NGOs and local authorities with EU project development/implementation and regional development services and trainings. FDCBPCS has a network of school partners throughout the country, developed and maintained under a number of successful projects. FDCBPCS is an experienced organization with a broad scope of collaborators and partners within the country and abroad, which will be made available for the benefit of the project.


Website: http://cubufoundation.com/

Foundation of Cultural and Business Potential of Civil Society (FDCBPCS) is involved in the following projects:

Gabrovo Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Gabrovo Chamber of Commerce and Industry is a non-profit, non-governmental legal body, registered with Gabrovo District Court on September 30, 1991 under the Non-Profit Legal Entities Act. It's mission is regional development support, representation and protection of its members interests vis-à-vis local and state governmental bodies and fostering the European and international integration of Gabrovo region.
GbCCI is a partner of the state institutions in the improvement of the legislation - it submits the governmental bodies with its members' opinion on draft laws, develops proposals for their improvement, participates in the development of regional, district and municipal development programmes.
As a representative organization of employers GbCCI participates in the social dialogue and is represented in many local tripartite bodies and commissions,
The membership with the Chamber is on voluntary basis. Currently the Chamber has 134 regular and 1000 associated members.


Website: http://www.chamber-gabrovo.com/

Gabrovo Chamber of Commerce and Industry is involved in the following projects:

KU TU Ltd.

KU TU Ltd. is a private company specialised in the field of advertising services and PR. It provides full advertising services to its customers – planning, design and realisation. 

Important part of the company’s advertising activities is the planning and organisation of events like seminars, exhibitions, language campaigns. KU TU has gained extensive experience in the promotion of language learning through its participation in international projects funded under EU-programmes. It is focused on developing innovative products, materials and approaches for non-formal language education applicable to different target groups. 

KU TU has stable experience in the management and realisation of projects as well as а wide network of business partners and associates. The company is a member of the European network EURORESO, which has participated in over 20 EU project under different programmes of the European Commission. In this respect KU TU has a strong basis for successful promotion and dissemination. 
 


Website: http://www.kutu-bg.eu

KU TU Ltd. is involved in the following projects:

Technical University of Gabrovo

The Technical University of Gabrovo is a state university conducting teaching for the academic degrees of Bachelor and Master in 18 degree courses and for the academic degree of Doctor in 31 degree courses. It was founded in 1964 as Polytechnical Institute. In 1972 it was transformed into Higher Institute of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering for both full-time and part-time studies. In 1995 the National Assembly of the Republic of Bulgaria gave it the status of Technical University (TU).

The Technical University of Gabrovo was one of the first higher education institutions in Bulgaria to be granted full institutional accreditation by the National Evaluation and Accreditation Agency starting from the academic year 1999/2000.



 


Website: http://www.tugab.bg/english/

Technical University of Gabrovo is involved in the following projects:

Zinev Art Technologies Ltd.

Zinev Art Technologies Ltd. has been established in the beginning of 2005 with the purpose of developing, implementing and managing European projects and providing consultations and training in the following spheres: Internet-based activities, vocational training, EU projecting, culture, art, tourism. Vocational training and increasing the qualifications of the human resources are major factors for improving the competitiveness of Bulgarian enterprises and for strengthening the capacities of the non-profit non-governmental sector. Understanding these necessities ZAT participates in a number of initiatives, connected with provision of training and consultancy services for different target groups: SMEs or persons, willing to start up their own initiatives; NGOs; education and training institutions; public authorities. 

 


Website: http://www.artsbg.net

Zinev Art Technologies Ltd. is involved in the following projects:

Cyprus

Emphasys Centre

The Emphasys Centre (Cyprus) functions as a Centre for Education, ICT Training and Research and a non-formal learning provider. It is accredited by the Cyprus Ministry of Education as a private educational centre specialising in ICT training for students (VET) and for adults. It is also accredited by the ECDL Foundation and the CEPIS and by the Cambridge International Examination Board. The Research Centre is actively involved in the area of EU projects and cooperates closely with several organizations, research centres, schools, both in Cyprus and in the E.U. for the development and implementation of various projects through ESL and LLP, such as the GRANKIT project.


Website: http://www.emphasyscentre.com

Emphasys Centre is involved in the following projects:

Denmark

Adult Education Centre (VUC)

VUC Lyngby is an adult education centre situated north of Copenhagen.
There are approximately 30 adult education centres in Denmark where adults can add to their formal education and training. At VUC Lyngby you can find single subject courses from the very basic levels to A-levels. You can study at Lyngby or via our e-learning system. Exams are only offered locally.The aim of the formal education system is to provide academic qualifications to enable adults to improve or supplement their general knowledge and skills.


Website: http://www.vuclyngby.dk

Adult Education Centre (VUC) is involved in the following projects:

Danish University of Education

The Danish University of Education was established on 1 June 2007 by the merger of the Danish University of Education and the University of Aarhus. Most research and study activities at the School of Education are located at the campus in Emdrup in the northern part of the capital of Copenhagen. Other teaching activities take part in Denmark's second largest city Aarhus.


Website: http://www.dpu.dk

Danish University of Education is involved in the following projects:

Ed-consult

Ed-consult provides educational consultancy, project management, testing, and evaluation services for corporations, SMEs, and public and private organisations. Ed-consult delivers courses, workshops, idea cafés in the areas of languages, communication, culture, eSkills, nature, (digital) art, and rural development - online and offline. The target groups are companies, public organisations, teachers and trainers as well as individual learners.


Website: http://www.ed-consult.dk

Estonia

International House World organisation (IHWO)

International House World organisation (IHWO) was started in 1953. It has now grown to be the global leader in high quality language teaching and teacher training. IHWO is a dynamic and fast developing organisation, with currently 150 member schools in 50 countries worldwide and it is constantly expanding its network and developing its services.
 


Website: http://www.tallinnlc.ee/
The Prison of Tallinn

The Department of Prisons in the Ministry of Justice is the administrative management unit of the prison system with its principal duty of managing, enhancing and supervising work in prisons. Tallinn Prison, as other three prisons in Estonia, is directly supervised by the department. 

Tallinn Prison is a regional prison, which serves the northern and western part of Estonia. Tallinn Prison is currently the largest prison in Estonia and is located in the city of Tallinn on the site of the former prisoner-of-war camp that operated between 1944 and 1949 and renovated afterwards. The history of prison starts from 1919 and this year 93rd anniversary was celebrated. Preparations are currently being made for the construction of a new Tallinn Prison. 

 


Website: http://www.vangla.ee/43636

The Prison of Tallinn is involved in the following projects:

Finland

Criminal Sanctions Agency

The Criminal Sanctions Agency belongs to the administrative field of the Ministry of Justice. The Department of Criminal Policy in the Ministry of Justice draws the strategic guidelines for the field. The three criminal sanctions regions are the Criminal Sanctions Region of Southern Finland, the Criminal Sanctions Region of Western Finland, and the Criminal Sanctions Region of Eastern and Northern Finland. The criminal sanctions regions have a regional administration, which includes a regional centre and an assessment centre. 
The Criminal Sanctions Agency employs 3 200 officials, who take care of the enforcement of remand imprisonment, prison sentences and community sanctions.


Website: http://www.rikosseuraamus.fi/16019.htm

Criminal Sanctions Agency is involved in the following projects:

Humak University of Applied Sciences
Humak University of Applied Sciences is the leading educator and developer in the fields of humanities and pedagogy and cultural management in Finland. It operates through a nationwide network. It has four campuses around Finland and around 1500 students and 120 employees. In the field of the humanities and pedagogy, Humak offers Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Civic Activities and Youth Work and in Sign Language Interpreting. In the field of culture, Humak offers Bachelors and Masters degrees in Cultural Management. Humak also offers continuing education and extension studies in the form of adult education, retraining and upgrading of qualifications, specialization studies, open university instruction and other extension studies. Humak participates in major European Exchange Programmes. Humak works in close cooperation with companies and organizations operating in its fields of expertise.
 

Website: http://www.humak.fi

Humak University of Applied Sciences is involved in the following projects:

Kemi-Tornio University of Applied Sciences

Kemi-Tornio University of Applied Sciences was established in 1992. At the moment there are altogether 2600 students and the staff consists of approximately 220 persons. Kemi and Tornio are situated in the Finnish Lapland, by the Swedish border. The Kemi-Tornion region offers a wide range of services. The people of Kemi and Tornio derive their livelihood from the paper and wood industries, steel industries, high-tech enterprises and engineering works.
 


Website: http://www.tokem.fi

Kemi-Tornio University of Applied Sciences is involved in the following projects:

Ministry of Justice

The Ministry of Justice maintains and develops the legal order and legal safeguards and oversees the structures of democracy and the fundamental rights of citizens. The Ministry is responsible for the drafting of the most important laws, the functioning of the judicial system and the enforcement of sentences. The Minister of Justice is Head of the Finnish Ministry of Justice. The Permanent Secretary assists the Minister in leading and developing the activities of the Ministry, the strategic planning and the management by performance of the administrative sector of the Ministry and the management by results of the Ministry. 


Website: http://www.om.fi/en/index.html

Ministry of Justice is involved in the following projects:

North Karelian College of Further Education

North Karelian College Outokumpu is the third biggest college of all the colleges belonging to North Karelia Municipal Education and Training Consortium. The college has approximately 650 students from all over Finland. 
 


Website: http://www.pkky.fi/iok
Omnia, The Joint Authority of Education in Espoo Region

Omnia, The Joint Authority of Education in Espoo Region, is a multisectoral educational organisation owned by municipalities of Espoo, Kauniaianen and Kirkkonummi. Omnia organises Upper Secondary Vocational Education of 120 credits (3 years) and Preparatory Training for Competence-Based Qualifications. Omnia has approximately 10000 students and 700 personnel at the moment and it functions at five different institutes: Omnia Vocational College, Omnia Adult Education Centre, Omnia Apprenticeship Training Centre, Omnia Youth Workshops and Innoomnia-centre for innovation and entrepreneurship. Six training sectors are provided at Omnia: Culture; Natural Sciences; Social Sciences, Business Economics and Administration; Technology and Transport; Social Services, Health and Sport; Tourism, Catering and Domestic Services. 

Omnia is a powerful actor in Uusimaa region in Finland and it’s also a worldwide well-known project partner, especially in Europe. Omnia cooperates closely with towns, chamber of commerce, organisations of entrepreneurs and trade unions in education and training and frustration and discrimination. Omnia communicates closely through councils with firms, associations and organisations of labour market. Omnia also co-operates with the other education institutes of Uusimaa and with the Finnish National Board of Education. 

 


Website: http://www.omnia.fi

Omnia, The Joint Authority of Education in Espoo Region is involved in the following projects:

University of Laurea Kerava

Laurea Kerava is a multidisciplinary, international campus that offers Bachelor's degrees in Business Administration, Tourism, and Business Information Technology, as well as a Master's degree in User-Centred ‎Design. The languages of instruction are Finnish and English.‎ 


Website: http://www.laurea.fi/en

University of Laurea Kerava is involved in the following projects:

WinNova

WinNova is a regional provider of vocational education for young people and adults in South-Western Finland. WinNova offers a wide variety of educational services for the needs of youth, adult and business education. The customer segments of WinNova include the following: youngsters (vocational qualifications, matriculation examination); adults (pragmatic education based on individual needs, adult education, additional professional training); business (pragmatic and company customized education based on the needs analysis). WinNova has approx. 6000 students and approx. 720 members of staff and a very strong and long-termed co-operation with companies and public sector organizations (on-the-job-learning/training, apprenticeship training, continuing education and labour policy education).


Website: http://www.winnova.fi

WinNova is involved in the following projects:

France

Académie de Strasbourg

The ongoing vocational training network of the Academia of Strasbourg through GIP FCIP Alsace ensures a mission of continuous training of public utility for the National Education. It accompanies the technological and organisational developments by companies and administrations and puts at their service his know-how in the fields of training engineering in all its methods, teacher training and tutors, consulting and audit in vocational training. 


Website: http://www.ac-strasbourg.fr/

Académie de Strasbourg is involved in the following projects:

Association de Gestion du Réseau des Centres Etude des Langues des Chambres de Commerce et Industrie Françaises (AGERCEL)

"Association de Gestion du Réseau des Centres d'Etude des Langues des Chambres de Commerce et d'Industrie Françaises" is a network of 161 vocational language training centres all over France offering a wide range of courses in 22 different languages (1 900 000 training hours/year)

 


Website: http://www.2020-horizon.com/AGERCEL-p72885g1.html
Centre international d’études des langues (CIEL)

CIEL is an International French Language School specialised in intensive French classes, general and business French, with 30 years’ experience in teaching French to foreign adults.


Website: http://www.qualitefle.fr/en

Centre international d’études des langues (CIEL) is involved in the following projects:

Centre National de Formation de l’Enseignement Technique Privé (CNEFTP)

The CNFETP (Centre National de Formation de l’Enseignement Technique Privé ) aims to contribute to technical and vocational education through training and professional development for education. Overall, the primary objective of the organization is to enrich the teaching and development of media training.


Website: http://www.cnfetp.com/

Centre National de Formation de l’Enseignement Technique Privé (CNEFTP) is involved in the following projects:

Commissariat à Energie Atomique (CEA)

The CEA is the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission. It is a public body established in October 1945 by General de Gaulle. A leader in research, development and innovation, the CEA mission statement has two main objectives: to become the leading technological research organization in Europe and to ensure that the nuclear deterrent remains effective in the future.
 


Website: http://www.cea.fr
Culture et Liberté (Culture and Liberty)
Culture et Liberté is composed by more than 15 Associations providing social services and promoting active citizenship.
Website: http://www.culture-et-liberte.asso.fr

Culture et Liberté (Culture and Liberty) is involved in the following projects:

Fédération Francaise des Centres de Gestion et Economie et Artisanat (FFCGEA)

Formed by the merger of Inge (National Institute of Business and Economics Crafts) and FNCGAH (Federation Nationale des Centres and Authorized Chartered Management) created in 1985 by management centers close to the chambers of trade the FFCGEA became in 1994 the national structure missionnée to serve and represent the approved management centers and skills at the national and professional.


Website: http://www.ffcgea.fr
Institut de Formation Pédagogique (IFP)
The IFP North Pas de Calais is a training organization affiliated with the Catholic University of Lille. Itis responsible for the initial and continuing training of its teachers and trainers. It also trains leaders and cadres of the Popular Education (Youth and Sports Degrees). Finally, it provides training (Master) in the field of Socio-Educational innovation.

Website: http://www.ifp-npdc.fr/

Institut de Formation Pédagogique (IFP) is involved in the following projects:

Largente High School

Largent is a Catholic private contract at the entrance of the city of Bayonne, in a beautiful green park, inscribed in the dynamics of Angela Merici, foundress of the Ursulines. It is committed and proud to support today's educational goals with 1300 students enrolled from kindergarten to higher education with modern infrastructure.


Website: http://largente.eu/
NEGOCIA
An International Academic Center for Sales, Marketing and Business Negotiation, NEGOCIA trains 1300 students and 3000 professionals in continuing education,(tailor-made programs, part-time programs). Sixty permanent faculty are joined by 500 regular visiting lecturers from the business community to provide students with a thoroughly modern and up-to-date, constantly evolving curriculum. NEGOCIA has international links with 40 partner Universities in 18 countries.
Website: http://www.negocia.fr/

NEGOCIA is involved in the following projects:

Renasup
RenaSup,  Réseau National d'Enseignement Supérieur Privé, rappresenta più di 500 scuole e sindacati in ambito scolastico quali ad esempio:  Union Nationale de l’Enseignement Technique Privé,  Syndicat National des Chefs d’Etablissements de l’Enseignement Privé,  Syndicat National des Directeurs d’Etablissements Catholiques d’Enseignement du Second Degré etc.
 
RenaSup la cui sede centrale è a Parigi opera attraverso 13 sedi regionali ed è coinvolto in numerose iniziative a livello nazionale ed internazionale nell'ambito dell'istruzione scolastica.
 
 

Website: http://www.renasup.org

Renasup is involved in the following projects:

Telecom Lille I (ENIC)

TELECOM Lille 1 (formerly ENIC) is a public grande école (engineering school). TELECOM Lille 1 is located on the campus of Lille University of Science and Technology in Villeneuve d'Ascq near Lille. ENIC (École Nouvelle d'Ingénieurs en Communication, Novel School In Communication) was created to answer the growing need for engineers having both technical and management skills. From the beginning, the school was built around a dual education system, in which professional internships are part of the school curriculum. This is still an essential aspect of the school training today.


Website: http://www.telecom-lille.fr/

Telecom Lille I (ENIC) is involved in the following projects:

University of Paris I - PHARE

The University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne is one of the leading institution of higher education in France. It is also one of the largest universities in France today (with about 40 000 students), and is at the forefront of research in the fields of economics. PHARE (Pôle d’Histoire de l’Analyse et des Représentations Economiques) is a research center labeled by the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne and, since 2011, by the CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique). It is the only European Center devoted exclusively to the History of Economic Thought. 


Website: http://phare.univ-paris1.fr/

University of Paris I - PHARE is involved in the following projects:

Germany

BBW in der DAA
The BBW is active since in 1990 as a private educational institutions in the North-East of Germany. The core competencies are situated in advanced trainings and retraining as well as in the professional first education and operational qualification courses. More than 650 successfully accomplished educational projects prove the competence and long-standing professional experience of the enterprise. BBW shows special experiences with the qualification of unemployed persons with special personal problems and underprivileged persons.
 
 

Website: http://www.bbwkg.de

BBW in der DAA is involved in the following projects:

Bildung und Projektnetzwerk GmbH (BUPNET)

BUPNET GmbH, Bildung und Projekt Netzwerk is an adult education provider based in Germany. The organization is accredited by the TÜV CERT - Certification Body of the Rheinland Group according to the quality management standard UNI EN ISO 9001:2000 and the AZWV a special certification for training institutes working with the national unemployment office - Bundesagentur für Arbeit and stands for professional and innovative training projects in the health and social sector, environment, tourism, e-business and journalism. BUPNET is collaborating with the national Unemployment Office and offers further training courses and requalification courses for unemployed people. In the framework of ESF-funded projects, BUPNET offers also training courses for employed people.


Website: http://www.bupnet.de

Bildung und Projektnetzwerk GmbH (BUPNET) is involved in the following projects:

Bildungswerk ver.di

Bildungswerk ver.di is an non-profit institution located in Lower Saxony (north-western part of Germany) for the adult education an vocational training. It offers courses in Political Science, Communication, Environment, Languages, Design and Training courses for Women.It has a staff of 55 persons and cooperatie with other educational organisations (e. g. Deutsche Angestellten Akademie, DAA) and teachers.
 


Website: http://www.bw-verdi.de/

Bildungswerk ver.di is involved in the following projects:

Blinc

In 2005 Blinc, the blended learning institutions’ cooperative was founded in Goettingen, Germany, as a start-up network from based on former EU-funded LIFE and eLearning projects in the health, social and environmental sector. It now consists of more than 30 organisations and individuals from 18 European countries.blinc is an exchange instrument for educationalists and researchers and offers a platform for exchange of know-how and experiences and the evaluation, dissemination, marketing and distribution of their services and products (Valorisation and Networking).

 


Website: http://www.blinc-eu.org/

Blinc is involved in the following projects:

Carl von Ossietzky University

The Carl-von-Ossietzky University of Oldenburg is over 200 years old and the main focus of the University is teacher training. Approximately one quarter of all students are trained to become teachers of all different school levels. The University holds formal academic partnerships with over 30 universities in The United States of America, Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, France, The Netherlands, Poland, Bulgaria and Russia.
 


Website: http://www.uni-oldenburg.de/

Carl von Ossietzky University is involved in the following projects:

Center for Educational Research, University of Koblenz-Landau (ZEPF)
The Centre for Educational Research is the pivotal research institute of the University of Koblenz-Landau, campus Landau. Basic-oriented as well as application-oriented research is conducted in a wide range of projects.
Website: http://www.zepf.uni-landau.de

Center for Educational Research, University of Koblenz-Landau (ZEPF) is involved in the following projects:

Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research
The Georg Eckert Institute conducts comparative international textbook research in the fields of history, geography and civics with the aim to improve the representation of (contested) international and intercultural issues in the above mentioned disciplines. It conducts currently projects on textbook revision with partners in Europe, East Asia, and the Middle East. It develops recommendations for educational publishing houses, curriculum experts, ministries of education and teacher training institutions. The Institute’s library holds a unique stock of school textbooks. Researchers from all over the world visit the library for research stays.
Website: http://www.gei.de

Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research is involved in the following projects:

German Academy of Employees (DAA)

The Deutsche Angestellten-Akademie (DAA, the German College for Employees) was founded in 1946. It provides services all over Germany, operating from around 200 training centres. The DAA uses teaching methods designed particularly for adults, such as training on the job, distance-learning and self-directed learning. It offers a wide range of advanced training, vocational training, tertiary and postgraduate professional education seminars. The DAA office in Berlin is specialized in business and technical training. The office in Berlin is also one of the Open University centres of the DAA.


Website: http://www.daa-bbo.de

German Academy of Employees (DAA) is involved in the following projects:

German Institute for Adult Education (DIE)

The German Institute for Adult Education (DIE) is an institution of the Leibniz-Gemeinschaft and is jointly funded by the Federal government and the German Länder. In its capacity as a service institute, it acts as a go-between for research and the field of practice in the area of adult education.


Website: http://www.die-bonn.de/Default.aspx
Geselschaft fuer Europaeische Welterbildung E.V. (GESEW)

GESEW (Geselschaft fuer Europaeische Welterbildung) is a platform for scientific training through distance education with nearly 300 institutional and individual members from universities and training institutions.


Website: https://dgwf.net/
Gesundheitsakademie

Gesundheitsakademie is a no-profit organisation whose goal is to provide a holistic view of people at the center and to inform people about different topics of holistic medicine .The objectives of Gesundheitsakademie are: dissemination of the concept of mental training; giving a holistic view of the field; education and prevention for people in all stages of life; providing further training to address new challenges and to plan strategies for survival.


Website: http://www.gesundheitsakademie-mainburg.org/

Gesundheitsakademie is involved in the following projects:

Greco-Tranferstelle

The greco:transferstelle in Kleve is working for the local and regional authorities on the European Programmes.  Greco:transferstelle is involved in a number of projects. 
 


Website: http://www.greco-transferstelle.de

Greco-Tranferstelle is involved in the following projects:

Ingenious Knowledge

Ingenious Knowledge is a SME enterprise in Germany that has been active in both adult and younger learners’ education, working in close partnerships with universities and schools. The company has a heavy focus on IT-solutions and is currently involved in various activities such as developing new e-learning tools for VET, game-based learning tools, mobile apps in cooperation with Deutsche Bank and the University of Paderborn. It has also great experience with EU projects.


Website: http://www.ingeniousknowledge.com

Ingenious Knowledge is involved in the following projects:

International Certificate Conference (ICC)

ICC – The European Language Network is a non-government organisation with participatory status at the Council of Europe, whose mission is to promote and improve the learning and teaching of languages in post 16+ education and lifelong learning through joint developments and the good practice of its members. With 45 members in 18 countries, the ICC represents the field of language learning and teaching at a local and regional level through individuals, institutions and networks of members, at national level through involvement in national initiatives and government committees, and at an international level through activities and representations at the European Commission, the Council of Europe and other supra-national bodies. 

 


Website: http://www.icc-languages.eu

International Certificate Conference (ICC) is involved in the following projects:

Justizministerium Mecklenburg -Vorpommern

The Ministry of Justice Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is responsible for prison and probation services, offender management and petentions of clemency. All in all, the prison service in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania has over 780 staff members, thereof twelve lawyers and higher administration service, 27 psychologists, 30 social workers and 607 prison officers. 

 


Website: http://www.jm.mv-regierung.de

Justizministerium Mecklenburg -Vorpommern is involved in the following projects:

Leibniz University Hannover

The University was funded in 1831, nowadays it has 21,000 students and 4,700 staff members. Students who will become teachers for civic education are enrolled here. Active citizenship it the focal point of teaching and researching. The Institute has a strong record of developing educational tools, curricula and teaching material.


Website: http://www.demokratiedidaktik.de/

Leibniz University Hannover is involved in the following projects:

Ludwigsburg University of Education

Ludwigsburg University of Education (LUE) is the largest of the six Universities of Education in Baden-Württemberg, with more than 5,000 students and over 450 members of staff. The Universities of Education have the right to grant doctoral and post-doctoral degrees. They concentrate on educational science in research and teaching. The Ludwigsburg University of Education (LUE) is a modern centre of excellence for educational sciences in four closely-related areas: school and pre-school education, extra-curricular education for children and teenagers, adult/further education as well as education in cultural and social areas. The courses of study mainly cover Teacher Education for the different school types (primary schools, secondary schools, special schools and vocational schools). LUE is also increasing its participation, in co-operation with the University of Stuttgart, in Teacher Education for grammar schools. 


Website: http://www.ph-ludwigsburg.de

Ludwigsburg University of Education is involved in the following projects:

Pestalozzi-Fröberrl-Haus

The Pestalozzi-Fröbel-Haus foundations concept for the different practical institutions is developed after the Early Excellence or Children’s centres in the UK.  During the education in the college students are generally tought the basic skills and knowledge of youth work and are offered the possibility of a specific course in after school youth work. 


Website: http://www.pfh-berlin.de/

Pestalozzi-Fröberrl-Haus is involved in the following projects:

Software Dynamics GmbH

Dynamic Software AG is specialist for the design, development and operation of high-performance IT solutions.. Since its foundation in 1989 in Munich, Dynamic Software has been supplying innovative and dynamic IT solutions to numerous leading enterprises from various industries. The goal has always been not just to meet the requirements of clients but also to quickly develop optimal solutions in close collaboration with them. 

 


Website: http://www.dynamic.de/en.html

Software Dynamics GmbH is involved in the following projects:

University of Duisburg-Essen

The University of Duisburg-Essen (UDE) is located in the European region with the highest density of institutions of higher learning. Created in 2003 by the merger of the universities of Duisburg and Essen, the UDE is the youngest university in North Rhine-Westphalia and one of the ten largest universities in Germany.


Website: https://www.uni-due.de/en/

University of Duisburg-Essen is involved in the following projects:

University of Greifswald

The University of Greifswald was founded in 1456 and is one of the oldest academic institutions in Europe. Over 12,000 students from all over the world receive the most modern academic instruction and exciting research opportunities in a time-honoured environment. Research priorities at the University of Greifswald are in the life sciences, physics and geosciences, cultural interaction in the Baltic/Nordic region, as well as law and economics. 


Website: http://www.uni-greifswald.de/?L=1

University of Greifswald is involved in the following projects:

University of Hohenheim

The University of Hohenheim is located in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg. The University, which was founded in 1818, today has an academic staff of 894 persons and 115 professors in a diversified portfolio of studies and research activities. The Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences was founded in 1975 to provide an institutional setting for the business and economics degree courses. With more than one-half of a total number of ca. 9000 students, it is today the largest faculty of the university, having 42 professors and above 40 lecturers. The Faculty is permanently top-ranked for excellent teaching and research. The Department of Economics has 10 chairs, which are involved in the research activities as well as in the Bachelor, Master and Ph.D. programs in Economics, International Economics and Management as well as in the training of future teachers.


Website: http://www.uni-hohenheim.de

University of Hohenheim is involved in the following projects:

University of Koblenz-Landau - Zentrum für empirische pädagogische Forschung

The Zentrum für empirische pädagogische Forschung is the major research institute of the University of Koblenz-Landau, currently employing 30 researchers involved in basic-oriented as well as application-oriented research. 

 


Website: http://www.zepf.uni-landau.de

University of Koblenz-Landau - Zentrum für empirische pädagogische Forschung is involved in the following projects:

University of Potsdam

Since its founding 24 years ago, the University of Potsdam has excelled in research and teaching and is well positioned both on a national and international scale. Achieving this under consistently difficult economic conditions speaks for the quality and motivation of our professors, research, and administrative staff. The University of Potsdam is an international community with many faces and stories. Its international atmosphere is created by its students from all parts of the world who have enrolled at Potsdam for a semester abroad or a complete Master’s or Bachelor’s program but also by its professors and lecturers, language teachers and many other employees.


Website: http://www.uni-potsdam.de/en/university-of-potsdam.html

University of Potsdam is involved in the following projects:

WBS Training AG

WBS TRAINING is one of the most important German vocational training and service providers. About 230 employees and more than 800 external training specialists are working at 31 locations throughout Germany. WBS is delivering professional education promoted by public national and international authorities, international vocational education projects, business training and consulting for companies. All contents are available on the WBS online training platform called "E-Campus". The WBS Training methods consist of the use of blended learning structures, classroom training with specialised multilingual tutors, self-learning programmes, computer- or web-based training. WBS TRAINING can look back to almost 30 years of experience in many fields of vocational training and consulting. Being member of several important national and international networks, WBS TRAINING has access to large dissemination facilities all over Europe.


Website: http://www.wbstraining.de/en

WBS Training AG is involved in the following projects:

Youth European Social Work Forum (YES forum)
The Y.E.S. Forum is a European network that is committed to the social inclusion and active participation of all children and young people who experience disadvantage and exclusion. As the Y.E.S. Forum is a network of organisations that work with and for young people, it is a platform for exchange of good practice for the various stakeholders of youth work, specifically youth workers. Further the Y.E.S. Forum is recognised by the Commission as a partner and external expert in various working groups of the DG EAC. Hence it is conversant in transferring experience and knowledge from the practical field to actively influence European policies.
Website: http://www.yes-forum.eu/

Youth European Social Work Forum (YES forum) is involved in the following projects:

Zentrum fur Weiterbildung
Zentrum fur Weiterbildung is a center for continuing education, whose goal is to encourage people in their development and to stand up for their future.

Website: http://www.zfw.de/

Zentrum fur Weiterbildung is involved in the following projects:

Greece

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki is the largest university in Greece. The main campus is located in the centre of the city of Thessaloniki, and covers an area of about 33.4 hectares. It comprises 10 faculties which consist of 40 schools and 1 single-School Faculty.
 
About 73.930 students study at the Aristotle University (65.026 in undergraduate programmes and 8.472 in postgraduate programmes, of which 3952 at Doctoral level). There are 2.024 faculty members. There are also 11 teaching assistants, 58 research fellows, 248 members of the Special Laboratory Teaching Personnel (S.L.T.P.), 69 of whom belong to category Ι and 179 to category ΙΙ, as well as 15 foreign language teachers and 4 foreign instructors
 
The strategic objectives of AUTh, in the framework of its vision and mission, remain  high and consistently oriented to the continuation of its tradition, namely to be a pioneer institution, standing out among Greek and many foreign Universities on all levels: education, research, culture, connection with society.

Website: http://www.auth.gr

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki is involved in the following projects:

Computer Technology Institute (CTI)

The Computer Technology Institute (CTI) was established since 1985. CTI is a Research and Development Institute under the supervision of the Ministry of National Education and Religious Affairs of Greece. CTI is affiliated with the University of Patras, and in particular with the Department of Computer Engineering and Informatics. This co-operation constitutes a noteworthy example of collaboration between members of the Academic Community regarding Scientific Research and Development.


Website: http://www.cti.gr/en/

Computer Technology Institute (CTI) is involved in the following projects:

Edumotiva
The European Lab for Educational Technology- EDUMOTIVA is a not for profit organization based in Sparta, Greece that brings together professionals active in the area of Educational Sciences and Learning Technologies. It counts 7 people as permanent staff and over 30 external collaborators (mainly teachers, certified trainers in different subject areas, researchers and instructional designers). Edumotiva’s aim is to offer students of all ages education and training that will improve their lives, influence their thinking, impact on the communities within they act. Edumotiva aims at making learning 'real, meaningfull and relevant' for the new generation of students and at supporting adults (including teachers) in developing 21st century skills through innovative training programmes for citizens of all ages.

Website: http://www.edumotiva.eu

Edumotiva is involved in the following projects:

Epimorfotiki Kilkis Ltd

Epimorfotiki Kilkis was founded in Kilkis in 1995 with the aim of becoming active in the field of Human Resources Development.It is a private Vocational Training Centre officially recognized by the National Centre for the Evaluation of Training Institutions (EKEPIS) in the fields of: Agriculture, Environment, Technical Education, and Tourism Industry & other Services.


 


Website: http://www.epimorfotiki.gr

Epimorfotiki Kilkis Ltd is involved in the following projects:

Ergon K.E K
ERGON K.E.K. is a Vocational Training Center, based in Athens and offering training programmes in all parts of the Country.
Website: http://www.ergonkek.gr

Ergon K.E K is involved in the following projects:

Georgiki Anaptixi Vocational Training Center

The Agricultural-Technological Center Of Research And Vocational Training, GEORGIKI ANAPTIXI is a non-profit organization founded in 1995.  GEORGIKI ANAPTIXI is a Vocational Training Center of national range specializing, as the legislation commands, in the fields of agricultural, tourism and services, technical and transport, and environment.The Center performs a range of activities: organizing and implementing programs of continuous non-formal vocational training, in-company training and other related activities, such as carrying out research projects, organizing and participating in conferences and seminars, and offering consultancy.


Website: http://www.geoan.gr

Georgiki Anaptixi Vocational Training Center is involved in the following projects:

Hellenic Regional Development Center

HRDC, an NGO, is an initiative for University, Enterprise and Social actors Training Partnership established in 1991, promoting training innovation and regional development. HRDC operates as a Social player in collaboration with Local an Regional Government authorities in the following areas: Vocational Education and Training, Transfer of Innovation, Social Cohesion, New Technologies. HRDC is supporting the development of VET by providing advice, training needs analysis and training sessions and by stimulating EU cooperation and mutual learning. HRDC is closely linked to employment services and is contributing to the implementation of the EU employment strategy through the dialogue with social partners. HRDC gives particular attention to designing, planning and implementing user specific tailor-made on-line training courses on various technical, management or pedagogical topics.


Website: http://www.hrdc.org.gr/

Hellenic Regional Development Center is involved in the following projects:

IED - Institute of Enterpreneurship Development
The IED is an NGO that was founded in 2005 in Larissa, Greece. Its vision is to create an environment that promotes entrepreneurship, research and the entrepreneurial spirit and mindset of businesses, creating long-lasting relationships with society and the academic community. 

Website: http://www.entre.gr

IED - Institute of Enterpreneurship Development is involved in the following projects:

Institute for Language and Speech Processing (ILSP)

The Institute for Language and Speech Processing (ILSP) is a research institute that operates under the auspices of the General Secretariat of Research and Technology of the Greek Ministry of Education, Life-long Learning and Religious Affairs. It is one of the institutes of Athena Research and Innovation Center in Information, Communication and Knowledge Technologies. ILSP is active in the field of Language Technology and its running aim is to be a centre of excellence in basic and applied research in human language technologies.


Website: http://www.ilsp.gr
Lycée Léonin Franco-Hellénique

The Lycée Léonin Franco-Hellénique is a school whose teaching activities conform with the Greek Ministry for Education. French lessons are an important part of the curricula from primary to secondary level.


Website: http://lfh.edu.gr/

Lycée Léonin Franco-Hellénique is involved in the following projects:

Platon Secondary School

PLATON is a private school in Greece with a long experience in EU projects and its staff can produce teaching material conventional or based in e-learning platforms. Through the research department the participation of PLATON in EU programs of design, implementation and assessment of innovative  methods and materials is pursued. The research department actively involves itself in the design of advanced educational materials, both conventional and electronic in order to enhance teaching and learning. The tools developed within the framework of educational programmes are the result of cooperation and joint efforts amongst specialists from a variety of academic fields, with a major focus on ICT, teaching and learning studies.


Website: http://www.platon.edu.gr

Platon Secondary School is involved in the following projects:

School Of Pedagogical & Technological Education (A.S.PE.T.E.)

The School of Pedagogical and Technological Education (A.S.PE.T.E.) is located in Athens, Greece. It is a self-administered public legal entity. The School comprises the following Departments: Department of Electrical Engineering educators, Department of Electronic Engineering educators, Department of Mechanical Engineering educators, Department of Civil and Structural Engineering educators, Department of Civil and Construction Engineering educators, General Department of Education and General Department of General Courses. The permanent teaching staffs include 60 members (23 working at the General Education Department). The School’s mission includes the provision of concurrent pedagogical and technological education to its students (about 2000), the promotion of applied research in educational technology and pedagogy, and the provision of pedagogical training, further training or specialization. 
 


Website: http://www.aspete.gr

School Of Pedagogical & Technological Education (A.S.PE.T.E.) is involved in the following projects:

Technological Educational Institute (TEI) of Messolongi

Technological Educational Institute (TEI) of Messolongi aims to provide to students extended knowledge and skills necessary to develop and apply Information and Communication Technology in the fields of Management and Finance. Its curricula provides to students with the practical experience of available technologies and knowledge of future developments in this rapidly changing area.


Website: http://www.teimes.gr

Technological Educational Institute (TEI) of Messolongi is involved in the following projects:

Technological Educational Institution (TEI) of Ionian Islands

Technological Educational Institution (TEI) of Ionian Islands è un istituto pubblico di istruzione terziaria fondata nel 2003. Si compone di 8 dipartimenti situati in tre diverse isole del Mar Ionio in Grecia occidentale (Zante, Cefalonia, Leukada), che offrono diplomi di maturità. Il centro amministrativo dell'istituzione si trova sull'isola di Cefalonia e il comitato di governo detiene uffici nella capitale del Paese. 

 


Website: http://www.teiion.gr

Technological Educational Institution (TEI) of Ionian Islands is involved in the following projects:

University of Patras, Department of Computer Engingeering & Informatics

The Computer Engineering & Informatics Department of the University of Patras was established in 1994. The activities of the Department are focused in the areas of Internet and Multimedia technologies. Moreover the Department has participated in wide number of national and european funded projects focused on internet technologies and multimedia technologies. 


Website: http://mmlab.ceid.upatras.gr

University of Patras, Department of Computer Engingeering & Informatics is involved in the following projects:

Web2learn

Web2learn is a joint initiative by e-learning experts who believe in  the potential of social media to empower interaction, learning and development in a lifelong perspective. The company applies sound methodologies for design, development, testing and evaluation of e-learning solutions and has experience in the management of e-learning initiatives involving social media at local, national and European level. 


Website: http://web2learn.eu/

Web2learn is involved in the following projects:

Ireland

Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT)

Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) is a higher education institution based in the City of Limerick, capital of the Mid-West region of Ireland and in the counties of Tipperary and Clare. LIT is the fifth largest of the 14 Institutes of Technology and has over 7000 students. The Institute traces its origins back to 1852, when the Athenaeum Society started a School of Arts and Crafts in Limerick. The institution developed from there through the technical education system which was established on a statutory basis by the Vocational Education Acts in 1930. Today LIT is established under the Institutes of Technology Acts 1992 to 2006 and its academic awards are governed by the Qualifications (Education and Training) Acts 1999 to 2006.


Website: http://www.lit.ie

Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) is involved in the following projects:

Mayo Education Centre

Mayo Education Centre aims to support and empower local communities located in Castlebar. 


Website: http://www.mayoeducationcentre.ie/

Mayo Education Centre is involved in the following projects:

National University of Ireland

 With approximately 8,400 registered students, National University of Ireland has 26 academic Departments which are organized into three Faculties: Arts, Celtic Studies and Philosophy; Science and Engineering, and Social Sciences.


Website: http://www.may.ie/language
Oak Tree Press

Oak Tree Press develops and delivers information, advice and resources for entrepreneurs and managers. It is Ireland’s leading business book publisher, with an unrivalled reputation for quality titles across business, management, HR, law, marketing and enterprise topics and a unique position in start-up and small business support in Ireland.


Website: http://www.oaktreepress.eu/
The Centre for Advancement of Mathematical Education in Technology (CAMET)

The Centre for Advancement of Mathematical Education in Technology (CAMET ( Ireland) is committed to mathematics education. The Centre is located in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics and is supported administratively and in other ways by that department. The aim of the Centre is to improve mathematics education at all levels and in the workplace through advanced study, research and scholarship, curriculum development and teacher education.


Website: http://www.ul.ie/camet/

The Centre for Advancement of Mathematical Education in Technology (CAMET) is involved in the following projects:

The Irish Prison Service

The Irish Prison Service is responsible for the receipt of all persons held on remand, persons held on immigration related matters and offenders sentenced to terms of imprisonment and for the safe care and secure custody of all of those committed to it by the courts. 


Website: http://www.irishprisons.ie

The Irish Prison Service is involved in the following projects:

The Probation Service

The Probation Service is an agency of the Department of Justice and Equality. It is the lead agency in the assessment and management of adult and child offenders subject to community sanctions and supervision in the community. The Probation Service has over 400 staff, including 280 Probation Officers, in more than forty locations nationwide, with the Service Headquarters at Haymarket, Smithfield, Dublin 7. 
 


Website: http://www.probation.ie

The Probation Service is involved in the following projects:

Universal Learning Systems

ULS is an educational, training and development consultancy working in the area of research, evaluation, course development and educational access. ULS undertakes projects in the educational, development and management sectors. It operates in Ireland, the Czech Republic, United Kingdom and Finland. Its focus is on professional development with a particular emphasis on work based learning. ULS works in Ireland, Europe and the United States with a wide range of clients including universities, open learning institutions, employers and community associations. It has a particular expertise in learning around vocational training, e-learning, diversity, interculturalism, immigration and strategic management. ULS has extensive experience of promotion of educational and learning innovation and works closely with adult education and employer networks. ULS has specialized experience with post-graduate distance learning initiatives in change management and sustainable professional development. It is centrally involved in work based learning initiatives that promote employee growth and competence. ULS promotes pro-active strategic planning for innovative learning and is actively involved in a wide range of evaluation projects. 

 


Website: http://www.ulsystems.com

Universal Learning Systems is involved in the following projects:

Latvia

Farmers Parliament

Farmers Parliament (LVFP) is the strongest commercial farmer’s NGO in Latvia (900 members) with a well-developed cooperation network in the rural development sector (rural NGOs, sector service institutions, SMEs, education institutions, experts) and an excellent public relations and lobbying record in the decision making bodies of the sector. Farmers Parliament has extensive experience in developing and providing education and information services to the farming community and is actively involved in the development of the VET system in the agriculture sector, as well as the legislative framework for rural entrepreneurship and development. LVFP has a popular home page and a highly successful newsletter.


Website: http://zemniekusaeima.lv/en/about-us/

Farmers Parliament is involved in the following projects:

Latvia University of Agriculture

Latvia University of Agriculture is a multi-profile higher education and research institution, established in 1939, with a solid tradition of close EU and transnational cooperation. The University has 8 faculties: Agriculture, Veterinary Medicine, Engineering, Food Technology, Environment and Construction Science, Forestry, Information Technologies, Economics and Social Development. There are 73 bachelor, master and doctoral study programmes provided by 304 lecturers and researchers to approximately 4200 students in 2015/2016.  A significant part of the theoretical courses is provided on-line. The academic staff members have expertise that is necessary for developing a repository of e-learning video lessons, project management skills and foreign language skills for interaction with international project partners.


Website: http://www.llu.lv
Latvian Adult Education Association (LAEA)
LAEA was founded on December 14, 1993 with support from Latvia\'s Ministry of Education and Science and Institute for International Cooperation of the German Adult Education Association. Since 1995 LAEA is a member organisation of the European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA), and since 1997  of the European Adult Education Research Association (ESREA) and the European Prison Education Association. The aim of LAEA is to promote development of non-formal adult education systems and to participate in lifelong learning policy making, thereby promoting the development of a civic, democratic and open society in Latvia.
Website: http://www.laea.lv/65/view.aspx

Latvian Adult Education Association (LAEA) is involved in the following projects:

Liepāja University
Liepāja University is one of the oldest higher educational institutions in Kurzeme region (Latvia) with large experience and academic traditions. Liepāja University is new in respect to changes and development. University is persistently developing its learning and scientific environment and investing in professional qualification of teaching staff to improve performance of university and ensure the best study quality for prospective and current students. Liepāja University is accredited state higher educational establishment, which implements study programmes at all three study levels: Bachelor, Master and Doctorate studies. There are about 1500 students in Liepaja University and more than 20 thousand graduates.

Website: https://www.liepu.lv/

Liepāja University is involved in the following projects:

Riga State Technical School

Riga State Technical School (RSTS) has been granted the status “A competence centre of vocational education” as an educational establishment which has ascertained qualitative work for a long time. RSTS executes programs of secondary vocational education which give a possibility to acquire the third level of vocational education and additionally performs such functions as a regional or branch methodical centre, teacher further education centre and evaluation of professional competence acquired outside the formal education. RSTS is one of the biggest vocational education establishments both in the Baltic and in the Eastern Europe, so the international cooperation is being developed making the vocational education in Latvia competitive at European level. 


Website: http://www.rvt.lv

Riga State Technical School is involved in the following projects:

Shelter Safe House

Society “Shelter “Safe House”” was established on August 6, 2007 with the aim to develop support services to victims of human trafficking, legal immigrants, including asylum seekers, refugees and persons granted subsidiary protection status by ensuring the individual’s right to receive adequate assistance and protection; promoting rehabilitation and reintegration of victims of human trafficking into the society; creating interactive forms of training, and expanding cooperation with state and local government institutions, public and Christian organizations in Latvia and worldwide.


Website: http://www.patverums-dm.lv

Shelter Safe House is involved in the following projects:

Lithuania

eMundus
Public institution eMundus was established in 2009 in order to streamline research and implementation activities in the area of education and concerning with the use and adaptation of information and communication technologies in different spheres. The mission of eMundus is to actively promote the knowledge society, while creating and developing services mainly related to ICT, innovations, as well cultural aspects, healthy lifestyle, practical adaptation of them in education and community activities, seeking to ensure the quality of cooperation and unity between different generations and different social groups.
 
 

Website: http://www.emundus.eu/

eMundus is involved in the following projects:

Kaunas University of Technology

Kaunas University of Technology is the largest technical university in the Baltic States. Being one of the most dynamic schools of higher education in Lithuania, KTU often becomes a research and study leader in various fields. KTU is situated in Kaunas, the second largest city of Lithuania, which is a significant centre of industry, transport, science and culture. Dating back to 1922, the University has developed a great potential for studies and research, and became visible in the international arena.Kaunas University of Technology consists of 12 faculties, International Studies centre, a large number of institutes and research centres. Traditionally, research and experimental activities in the fields of physical, technological, and social sciences are being developed at the University. Research in biotechnology and humanities are also taking the beginning. KTU awards Bachelor’s, master’s and Doctor’s degrees as well as a professional qualification.  The Centre of Foreign Languages provides English, German, French, Russian, Italian, Spanish and Lithuanian Studies courses to the university students. An integral part of foreign language learning and teaching is the application of ICT.


Website: http://www.ktu.lt

Kaunas University of Technology is involved in the following projects:

Klaipeda University
Klaipeda University has more than 4,500 students, 1,200 staff, including 500 professors, associate professors and lecturers studying and working in 4 faculties (Humanities and Education Sciences; Marine Technology and Natural Sciences; Social Sciences; Health Sciences); 1 study institute (Continuing Studies); 1 scientific research institute (Baltic Region History and Archaelogy); 1 academy (Academy of Arts).
 
Klaipeda University is a member of the following associations: European University Association, Baltic Sea University Association, Association of Baltic Universities, EU Small States‘ University Association, International Summer Schools, EMUNI Universities, International Informatization Academy, European Association for International Education and other international networks and organizations. 
 
Klaipeda University  has signed more than 50 cooperation agreements with foreign universities and cooperates (on the basis of bilateral “Erasmus“ agreements) with more than 190 European universities. The University annually carries over 60 international and national research projects and is also involved in a dozen international funds, programs and networks.

Website: http://www.ku.lt/

Klaipeda University is involved in the following projects:

Lithuanian Multiple Sclerosis Union
The Lithuanian Multiple Sclerosis Union is comprised of eight societies. The organization was founded and structured using the vast experience and human and financial support of the European multiple sclerosis platform. The Organisation is well-known not only in Lithuania, but is also known to be an initiator in the founding of the Baltic MS Alliance. One of the specific goals of the organisation is: organizing community access for people with MS.
Website: http://www.liss.lt

Lithuanian Multiple Sclerosis Union is involved in the following projects:

Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences

The Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences is the biggest teacher training institution in Lithuania. 

With the start of its activity in 1935, its primary goal has been to educate a highly qualified professional in the chosen field of science and a professional teacher who is able to successfully operate in the fast-changing society, is knowledgeable about the abilities and skills obtained and professionally active in the national educational institutions of different types as well as in different contexts of international co-operation.


Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences offers undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate studies in humanities, social sciences, physical sciences, biomedicine and technologies.


Website: http://www.leu.lt

Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences is involved in the following projects:

Public Service Language Centre (PSLC)

The Public Service Language Centre, Lithuania (PSLC) is a well-known institution with over 18 years of experience in providing language teaching services for adult learners ( ISO quality standards since 2010). The language courses are tailored to meet the present day clients' needs; they correspond to the requirements of the current linguistic policies and multicultural Europe. PSLC has extensive experience and expertise in teacher training and material development, including several computer based learning programmes, textbooks for schools, learning materials for self-study, other publications. 


Website: http://www.vikc.lt

Public Service Language Centre (PSLC) is involved in the following projects:

SEI Plus

Association Social-educational initiatives centre PLUS (hereafter-SEI) was established in 2012-09-28.  Its main activities are focused on promoting development of cultural diversity and tolerance among different ethnic and other social groups, democratic values, multicultural dialogue, civic responsibility. Moreover, SEI has been actively involved in developing social network with NGO’s working in immigrants integration field, has been organizing Lithuanian language courses, socio-cultural events and art therapy courses for immigrants, trainings for volunteers and students of social work.


Website: http://www.sei.lt

SEI Plus is involved in the following projects:

Siauliai District Municipality
The iauliai District is situated in the northern part of Lithuania. Its total area is 1807 sq. kilometres and number of population is approximately 51 thousand. The administrative centre is iauliai City. The district is divided into 11 district heads (administrative units), 7 towns are in it.
Website: http://www.siauliai-r.sav.lt
Social Innovation Fund
The Fund is seeking to implement social innovations in the field of international cooperation, protection of the human rights, social welfare and security, work and education, non-formal and civic education, health care, minorities integration, culture, preservation of ethnic and religious heritage, educational and vocational training, sports, art, environmental protection, and other fields of the public interests and societal gain.
Website: http://www.lpf.lt

Social Innovation Fund is involved in the following projects:

Soros International House
Started in March 1993 it soon became one of the largest and most highly rated language schools in Vilnius. In half a year, it became an affiliated member of the International House World Organisation http://www.ihworld.com . In 1998 Soros International House became a member of Lithuanian Association of Adult Education as well as a Center of Foreign Language Teachers Training, recognized by the Ministry of Education and Science of Lithuania.
Website: http://www.sih.lt/

Soros International House is involved in the following projects:

Trakai Education Assistance Authority

Trakai Education Assistance Authority is an open and modern institution, which is oriented towards the needs of the region in the following areas: education, culture, lifelong learning. The mission of the institution is to create a flexible environment for a lifelong learning, which offers a variety of possibilities for personal and professional development, with a special focus on teachers’ skills and competences. 


Website: http://www.trakuspt.lt/index.php/lt-lt/

Trakai Education Assistance Authority is involved in the following projects:

Vilnius Pedagogical University

Vilnius Pedagogical University is an autonomous institution. It comprises 8 faculties. There are 52 departments; 14 scientific divisions (an institute, 2 scientific centres, 11 scientific laboratories); a library; a publishing house; the Centres of In-Service Teacher Training, Language Teaching, Information, Culture and Sports; a University Secondary School .
 


Website: http://www.leu.lt/lt/pradzia.html

Vilnius Pedagogical University is involved in the following projects:

Luxembourg

Centre National de Formation Professionnelle Continue (CNFPC)
Since its inception until today, the National Center for Continuing Professional Education has put the benefit of everyone and this in the field of vocational training his knowledge and expertise. The Centre focuses in the areas of artisanal and industrial training both for young people at risk of exclusion because they could not obtain an initial qualification and for adults who face the need to adapt their professional knowledge in an environment constantly changing.
Website: http://www.cnfpc.lu/
University of Luxembourg

The trilingual University of Luxembourg, established in 2003, is committed to international excellence in priority fields regarding their basic and applied research dimensions, dissemination and fostering of European research. Its three principal activities are: teaching, research and valorisation, at the highest international level, as stipulated in its mission statement and in its strategic plan. 


Website: http://wwwen.uni.lu/

University of Luxembourg is involved in the following projects:

Malta

University of Malta

The University of Malta is the highest teaching institution in Malta. It is publicly funded and is open to all those who have the requisite qualifications. Over the past few years, the University has reviewed its structures in order to be in line with the Bologna process and the European Higher Education Area. Conscious of its public role, the University strives to create courses which are relevant and timely in response to the needs of the country.


Website: http://www.um.edu.mt

Norway

City of Trondheim
City of Trondheim is an organization which, through interaction with the citizens, partners and all municipal employees fulfill their obligations and provides for an enhanced positive development of Trondheim, a vibrant and exciting city that carries the future in it. Chief officer will ensure that this awareness is kept alive in the municipal organization.
Website: http://www.trondheim.kommune.no/kulturenheten
National Institute for Adult Learning (VOX)

VOX, the Norwegian Institute for Adult Education, is a national institute for adult learning which co-operates with trade organizations, universities and colleges, public and private educators and the social partners. It has been established by the Norwegian government as a central tool for the implementation of its newly launched Competence Reform, a national plan which targets adults both within and outside the working life.

 


Website: http://www.vox.no

National Institute for Adult Learning (VOX) is involved in the following projects:

Nordland County Council

Nordland County Council has responsibility for all important welfare services available for the Nordlanders: high schools, dental services, cultural experiences, as well as bus and boat transport infrastructure.
 


Website: http://www.nfk.no/artikkel.aspx?MId1=135&AId=12196

Nordland County Council is involved in the following projects:

Norwegian Association for Adult Education

The NAAL is the national NGO umbrella for adult learning in Norway. Our members are 19 governmentally approved adult learning associations with a member network of 438 nationwide adult learning NGOs. NAAL has a central administration in Oslo, and has autonomous regional offices covering all 19 counties of Norway.
 


Website: http://www.vofo.no

Norwegian Association for Adult Education is involved in the following projects:

University of Nordland

​University of Nordland is an established institution for higher education and research with its main campus located in the city of Bodø, the second largest city in Northern Norway. In 2012/2013, the university has about 6050 students and 640 members of staff and offers more than 120 different study programmes in a range of academic and professional fields.
 


Website: http://www.uin.no/english/Pages/default.aspx

University of Nordland is involved in the following projects:

Netherlands

MBO Raad

The MBO Raad is the Association of Colleges in the Netherlands, that represents all educational institutions for secondary vocational training and adult education. (650.000 enrollments, yearly). On behalf of its 70 member institutions the MBO Raad promotes the collective interests of the sector, supports common activities of the institutes and acts as an employer’ organisation. In addition to this the MBO Raad acts as an intermediary between the VET-colleges and the government, professional branch organisations, industries and other stakeholders providing the colleges with guidance and advice of their specialised consultants.

 


Website: http://www.mboraad.nl

MBO Raad is involved in the following projects:

Municipality of Zaanstad

Zaanstad is a municipality in the Netherlands, in the province of North Holland, situated northwest of Amsterdam. Its main town is Zaandam. It is part of the conurbation and metropolitan area of Amsterdam. It had a population of 151,109 in 2014. 


Website: https://www.zaanstad.nl/mozard/!suite05.scherm1239

Municipality of Zaanstad is involved in the following projects:

Open University

Open University develops and provides open higher distance education. There is a special focus on the use of new ICTs and teaching/learning methods to provide effective, efficient, attractive and accessible life-long learning facilities and education to Dutch citizens. Within the Open University, the Welten Institute (formerly known as CELSTEC) (Research Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology) integrates expertise in the learning sciences and technology-enhanced learning. The mission of the Welten Institute is to improve learning and knowledge building at work, at school, at home and on the move by combining state-of-the-art knowledge in the Learning Sciences with the innovative powers of new Information and Communication Technologies. New technologies and approaches to learning and innovation are extensively tested in our laboratories and in practice. The core activities of the Welten Institute are research, innovation, education and training.


Website: https://www.ou.nl/

Open University is involved in the following projects:

Talenacademie Nederland
Talenacademie Nederland helps people who speak different languages to communicate with each other as well as possible. Talenacademie Nederland is a foundation established in 1992 at the request of the Ministry of Education and the province of Limburg. It is the only center of excellence in the Netherlands that is fully specialized in languages. Within this field of language education, Talenacademie Nederland covers the entire range of support, from needs assessment, policy development, development of pilot projects, training of language teachers to evaluate learning outcomes. The Language Academy has extensive experience in managing large European projects and partly because they have European networks of experts who are involved in the execution of its work.
 

Website: http://www.talenacademie.nl/nl/over-ons
VVS Noord en Oost Nederland

VVS Noord- en Oost-Nederland is a vocational training centre for women, established in 1986 and situated in the city of Assen. Legal status- private foundation. The workfield of the centre covers the four northern provinces Groningen, Friesland, Drenthe and Overijssel.The history and setting up of the women’s training centres are based on the growing need for training and employment opportunity for women job seekers, especially women returners and migrant and ethnic minority women. In the Netherlands there are 7 of these specialized training centres. The centres are united in a national umbrella organisation, the National Association for Vocational Training for Women. Each centre is an independant organisation, with own legal status, statutes and board, developing and delivering her own training activities, focussed on the regional labour market needs.Together, the seven training centres have a staff of more than 250 employees, management, trainers and support personnel. The annual turn-over being NLG 20million. 


Website: http://www.opleidingenberoep.nl/

VVS Noord en Oost Nederland is involved in the following projects:

Poland

36,6 Competence Centre

36,6 Competence Centre is an umbrella institution gathering professionals from many fields establishing interdisciplinary Experts Zone for the local development through international experience exchange. 36,6 ºC means balance, quality of life, development of its inhabitants within the support of well-qualified experts conducting educational, research, cultural and vocational guidance-based activities under framework of international projects.

 


Website: http://www.36and6.pl

36,6 Competence Centre is involved in the following projects:

Academy of Humanities and Economics

The Academy of Humanities and Economics in Lodz (Akademia Humanistyczno-Ekonomiczna w Łodzi) is one of the largest non-public institutions of higher education in Poland with over 11 thousand students studying at 3 departments with 10 faculties and 100 specializations.It has been an accredited institution of higher education since 1993. In the educational rankings AHE is placed very high. Academy of Humanities and Economics cooperates with huge number of well-know educational institutions in Lodz and in Poland such as: foreign language schools, grammar schools and high schools, training centers, foundations, associations, local authorities and companies. To meet its' students demands AHE created a net of branches all over the country. This feature gives the possibility of spreading the AHE’s educational work and cooperation with other very important institutions/companies in our country.


Website: http://www.ahe.lodz.pl

Academy of Humanities and Economics is involved in the following projects:

CASE-Doradcy Ltd.
CASE-Doradcy Ltd. is an independent non-profit economic and public policy research institution founded on the idea that evidence-based policy making is vital to the economic welfare of societies.
Established in 1991 in Warsaw, CASE scholars and researchers assisted policy-makers during the early years of transition, before turning their attention to the challenges inherent in the European Union enlargement process and then EU key policy challenges in the globalized world.
Website: http://www.case.com.pl/

CASE-Doradcy Ltd. is involved in the following projects:

Centre of Continuing Education (CKU)

The Centre of Continuing Education in Sopot is the first in Pomerania district and one of the first educational adult provider in Poland to meet the international requirements of ISO9001:2000.This Quality System Certificate was granted to the Centre in 2002. The Certificate includes: "General and vocational education of youth and adults" as well as "Practical vocational training in practice firms".In 2004 the Centre was granted Pomerian Quality Management Award.The primary aim of the Centre is continuous quality improvement of the teaching process and constant extension of the educational offer for those who would like either to gain new qualifications or additional vocational/professional skills.
 


Website: http://www.cku.sopot.pl

Centre of Continuing Education (CKU) is involved in the following projects:

Centrum Ksztalcenia Zawodowego i Ustawicznego w Sosnowcu ul Kilinskiego 25
The Center of Vocational and  Continual Education (CKZiU) in Sosnowiec, Kilińskiego 25 Street was established in June 2013 according to the decision of the City Council of Sosnowiec. It is composed by the following schools: Technical School, School of Mechanics, Technical School and General High School, School of Service Activities, School of Architecture and Construction, Special Needs School, Centre of Continual Education. 

Website: http://www.ckziu25.sosnowiec.pl

Centrum Ksztalcenia Zawodowego i Ustawicznego w Sosnowcu ul Kilinskiego 25 is involved in the following projects:

Danmar Computers

Danmar Computers is an IT training company, specialising in the development of training programs, multi-media materials and conducting classes for various target groups, including children.
 


Website: http://danmar-computers.com.pl/

Danmar Computers is involved in the following projects:

INBIE - Research and Innovation in Education Institute
INBIE is a NGO Institution founded in 2014. It concentrates its activities in promoting equal educational opportunities to all social groups, to fight against social exclusion and support people at risk of marginalization. INBIE has experience in developing MOOCs programs and  e-learning activities. 

Website: http://www.inbie.pl

INBIE - Research and Innovation in Education Institute is involved in the following projects:

Mlodziezowy Dom Kultury

The institution is engaged in cultural education, creates various opportunities for rest and recreation of children and teenagers. We promote active model of spending leisure time. The institution secure for children and teenagers conditions for development of individual interests and talents. The activities are very well established and sought for by the children as well as teenagers. The institution organise during a year 280 different (cultural, recreational, sport) events yearly among others: concerts, spectacles, performances, shows, competitions, sport events, challenges, projections, etc.


Website: http://www.mdkochota.com/

Mlodziezowy Dom Kultury is involved in the following projects:

OTTIMA plus Sp. z o.o.

OTTIMA plus Ltd. is a company classifies itself in the category "high technology", which operates in the field of consulting and expert in the various sectors of the economy. The company has 16 years of expertise to implement projects, and strategic research. The company's mission is to create space for business through partnership and support of Polish enterprises to identifying, creating and improvement of effective business solutions. 


Website: http://www.ottima-plus.com.pl

OTTIMA plus Sp. z o.o. is involved in the following projects:

Technical University of Koszalin
Koszalin is one of 19 Polish cities with a polytechnic or university, and with 18,500 students Politechnika Koszalińska accounts for 16 per cent of its population. The Koszalin University of Technology attracts many outstanding specialists and highly talented students in technical areas such as electronics, computer science, telecommunications, automatics and robotics, machine building technology, civil and environmental engineering and geodesy and cartography as well as other fields such as economics, management and marketing, and all aspects of design.
Website: http://www.weiz.tu.koszalin.pl

Technical University of Koszalin is involved in the following projects:

The University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszow
The University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszow possesses a modern, fast-growing scientific and didactic base. Presently, the University has three campuses in Rzeszów, Tyczyn and Kielnarowa, with a total area of 27 thousand square metres. UITM headquarters are based in Rzeszów, whereas two other campuses are located within a short distance of the city. The UITM Centre for Tourism and Recreation, situated 10 kilometres from Rzeszów in Kielnarowa, is an integral part of the most modern scientific and didactic base of UITM and serves as the main recreation and sports centre of the University. The Centre for Tourism and Recreation in Kielnarowa is the biggest complex in the southeast Poland and one of the biggest in the country.
Website: http://wwitek@poczta.w512.rzeszow.pl

The University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszow is involved in the following projects:

Zespol Szkol w Przeclawiu

Zespol Przeclawiu School (Zespół Szkół w Przecławiu) is a public school which include both a primary and a secondary school.


Website: http://zsprzeclaw.nazwa.pl/

Zespol Szkol w Przeclawiu is involved in the following projects:

Portugal

Agrupamento de Escolas de Vilela

AEV comprehends different levels of learning, Pre-school education (3 years and optional), Basic school – 1st, 2nd, 3rd cycles (9 years) and Secondary school (3 years), Basic and secondary are compulsory. In the secondary level we minister general and professional courses for VET learners like Electricity, ICT, Photography, Sport management, Social Services amoung others.


Website: http://www.esvilela.pt

Agrupamento de Escolas de Vilela is involved in the following projects:

Associação Nacional de Escolas Profissionais (ANESPO)

ANESPO is a non-profit organization, representing over 140 private VET schools, providing accredited training programs addressed to all economic sectors. Created in 1991 with the purpose of representing and assisting associated VET schools in fully complying with their mission, ANESPO provides a wide range of services, around the following main axes: technical assistance to higher educational and vocational standards; implementation of innovative projects through national and international partnerships; strengthening the leading role of VET schools in the community; improving the quality of education in VET schools; enhancing employability of graduates; designing and implementing teacher’s training programs.ANESPO counts with a permanent staff of hundreds of high qualified experts in educational and vocational issues, either at home office or in the associated schools.  


Website: http://Associação Nacional de Escolas Profissionais

Associação Nacional de Escolas Profissionais (ANESPO) is involved in the following projects:

Associação Paredes pela Inclusão Social

The Associação Paredes pela Inclusão Social (APPIS) was created in 2007 by a group of entrepreneurs  (42) that pretended to give their contribute and demonstrate their social responsibility for social inclusion by the education. The strategic objective of APPIS is fighting school failure and school dropout through the prevention and remediation of risk factors and by inducing external factors of success. 


Website: http://www.cm-paredes.pt/VSD/Paredes/vPT/Residentes/

Associação Paredes pela Inclusão Social is involved in the following projects:

Cumbria University - Institue of Arts

Cumbria Institute of the Arts, a government-funded higher education institute, has a reputation for encouraging and developing creative thinking and personal exploration backed by academic rigour, attracting students with a wide range of backgrounds from home and overseas. 


Website: http://www.cumbria.ac.uk/AboutUs/Home.aspx

Cumbria University - Institue of Arts is involved in the following projects:

INOVAFOR

INOVAFOR mission is to promote the growth of competitiveness of the organizations and their human resources through the implementation of training and skills development activities. INOVAFOR intends to be an agent for change and for promoting innovation, supporting organizational development , promoting the improvement of skills and the growth of competitiveness of our customers through the processes of training and consulting, permitting rapid adaptation to increasingly demanding and global contexts. 


Website: http://www.inovafor.pt/

INOVAFOR is involved in the following projects:

Instituto Politécnico de Bragança

The Polytechnic Institute of Bragança (IPB) is a higher education public institution with a defined mission in creating, transmitting and diffusing technical-scientific and professional knowledge through the articulation of study, teaching, applied research and experimental development. IPB belongs to the European Network for Universities of Applied Sciences (UASNET), which main objectives include the transferability of professional skills and the integration of applied research in their professional and technological education mission. Founded in 1983, IPB is presently composed by five schools, 400 teachers and more than 7000 students. Its activities embraces a wide area of knowledge and technology, namely, arts, communication and multimedia, business sciences and law, education and teachers training, agriculture sciences and natural resources, health, tourism, sports, technologies and engineering. 

 


Website: http://www.ipb.pt/iro

Instituto Politécnico de Bragança is involved in the following projects:

Instituto Politécnico de Castelo Branco

The Instituto Politécnico de Castelo Branco has 6 colleges, among which the Escola Superior de Educação. The mission of the school is the qualification at the highest level of citizens, the production and dissemination of knowledge and the offer of services to the community in the following domains: education, social studies, secretarial studies, sports and physical activity. It strives for local, regional, national and international recognition as an innovative, creative and knowledgeable institution capable of responding to the needs of the community that surrounds it. 


Website: http://www.ipcb.pt

Instituto Politécnico de Castelo Branco is involved in the following projects:

Ius Gentium Conimbrigae
The Ius Gentium Conimbrigae - Institute of International Law and Cooperation with Portuguese-speaking States and Communities -, founded in 1997, is an Institute based in the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra, which focuses on the study of current international issues, in general, and that of the Portuguese-speaking community, in particular, from a multidisciplinary perspective yet based on a legal scope. 
 
The IGC’ technical and teaching staff is composed by professors of the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra, invited lecturers (national or foreign), and by professionals or experts with recognised scientific and professional merit in the teaching or research areas of the Institute.

Website: http://www.igc.fd.uc.pt

Ius Gentium Conimbrigae is involved in the following projects:

Sociedade Portuguesa de Inovação (SPI)

SPI is a knowledge management oriented company with the mission to manage projects that foster innovation and promote international opportunities. SPI provides services in Training, Consulting and R&D. SPI has a permanent staff of nearly 60 people in 10 offices worldwide. SPI is accredited by DGERT with recognized capacity to conduct a range of training activities. SPI has experience in using different training methodologies for various target groups and applies innovative pedagogical approaches, including e-Learning. SPI has experience in developing training plans, identifying/selecting training resources, developing didactic materials, supervising and evaluating training courses and assessing the impact of training programs, exploiting project results, dissemination, etc.

 


Website: http://www.spi.pt

Sociedade Portuguesa de Inovação (SPI) is involved in the following projects:

Training and Portuguese Language and Studies (FLEP)

FLEP - Formação Língua e Estudos Portugueses is a private institution aimed at teaching, promoting and organizing courses of learning Portuguese; using unique specifically-designed programmes for teaching foreign languages; planning and arranging various training events and other forms of interaction as well as providing on-going staff training and technical updating of the companies.


Website: http://www.flep.pt
University of Lisbona - Instituto de Ciências Sociais

The ICS, an Associated State Laboratory, is a university institution devoted to research and advanced training in the social sciences. The mission of the ICS is to study contemporary societies with a special emphasis on Portugal and the societies and cultures with which Portugal has an historical relationship, either in Europe or in other regions of the world. Linking researchers from several different disciplines, the ICS currently focuses its research on five main subject areas: the formation of the contemporary world; the study of citizenship and democratic institutions; the problems of sustainability, linking the environment, risk and space; social changes and individual action in the context of the family, lifestyles and schooling; and issues concerning identity, migration and religion.


Website: http://www.ics.ul.pt

University of Lisbona - Instituto de Ciências Sociais is involved in the following projects:

United Kingdom

Aberdeen City Council
The Education Department of Aberdeen City Council is responsible for all schools in the City of Aberdeen. The department controls all the schools existing within the territory of the Township: from nurseries to permanent education centres. The department is now involved in many European projects and initiatives in the field of education.
Website: http://www.aberdeen-education.org.uk

Aberdeen City Council is involved in the following projects:

British Association for Open Learning (BAOL)

The British Association for Open Learning (BAOL) operated on a non-profit making basis. The non-commercial status meant that the Association could offer an independent view without bias to any one sector. The Association's strengths were those of its members. BAOL only accepted institutions committed to excellence in learning. The goals of BAOL, an association for open learning in the United Kingdom, are to build a dynamic community with global reach, committed to innovation, excellence, and best practice in learning. 


Website: http://www.bircham.net/baol-the-british-association-for-open-learning.html

British Association for Open Learning (BAOL) is involved in the following projects:

Cambridgeshire County Council (CREDS)
Cambridgeshire Race Equality and Diversity Service (CREDS) is a functional component of the Directorate of Learning which is located within the Office of Children and Young People’s Services (OCYPS), Cambridgeshire County Council. The Race Equality and Diversity Service is primarily funded through Standards Fund, which includes the Ethnic Minority Achievement Grant (EMAG).
CREDS works with schools, parents/carers and communities to support the raising of educational achievement of Black, minority ethnic (BME), Gypsy and Traveller children. 
There are 2 strands to the Service, one which focuses on Gypsy, Roma and Traveller achievement and the other on black and minority ethnic achievement, including English as an additional language (EAL).
Website: http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk

Cambridgeshire County Council (CREDS) is involved in the following projects:

Coventry University Enterprises

Coventry University Enterprises (CUE Ltd) was established in 1992 and is the organisation through which much of its business-partnership activity, research commercialisation, IP portfolio development and income-generation activity is delivered. Operating in a regional, national, European and international context, CUE is a key actor in knowledge based support to enterprises and seeks to maximise the commercial potential of the organisations skills, expertise and resources. CUE focuses on innovation, design, high performance automotive engineering, health, environment and ICT as areas of expertise. Through this activity it has to date supported thousands of Small-to-Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) through specific projects and support programmes. More than 200 SMEs have been established with the support of CUE and it continues to assist in excess of 3000 enterprises a year with practical business support and guidance benefiting from one-to-one involvement.


Website: http://wwwm.coventry.ac.uk/cds/supportforpublicsector/projects/pages/default.aspx

Coventry University Enterprises is involved in the following projects:

Dundee and Angus College

Dundee and Angus College (D&A) was formed in 2013 from the merger of 2 previously successful Scottish further education colleges (Dundee College and Angus College) as part of a Scottish Government reform and re-organisation programme. It provides further education services mainly focusing on the population centres of Dundee and Arbroath & stretching into surrounding areas (Fife, Perthshire, Aberdeenshire). The latest population figure for the region is 262,890, rising to 500,000 counting the “travel to work” area. It offers education & training in many vocational areas from SCQF levels 2 to 10 (EQF levels 1 to 6). D&A employs approximately 1,000 staff and serves 16,669 learners. Most provision is through full-time VET courses for learners aged 16 & upwards in a wide range of subjects including Sport and Leisure. A significant part of our work is part-time courses, industry qualifications, & tailor made courses to suit client's needs.  Core funding comes from Scottish Government.  


Website: http://www.dundeeandangus.ac.uk

Dundee and Angus College is involved in the following projects:

Entente UK

Entente has been in operation since 1993 working with public and private sector agencies responsible for the delivery of National UK training programme. We are also involved in the development of VET, Employment, Vocational Guidance and Enterprise Support infrastructures throughout Europe. 


Website: http://en.entente-cordiale.org/

Entente UK is involved in the following projects:

Evaluation & Accreditation of Quality in Language Services (EAQUALS)

EAQUALS is an international association of providers and organisations involved in language teaching, which is registered as a charitable trust in the UK. It was founded in 1991 with the primary mission of promoting high quality in the teaching and learning of languages, and supporting quality improvement and the exchange of expertise through its activities. EAQUALS has developed a unique international system for quality assurance which is used to accredit language course providers which are found to meet EAQUALS standards in audits that take place every four years. The association is currently made up of over 104 institutions in 26 countries, as well as 23 associate members and six project partners. 

 


Website: http://www.eaquals.org

Evaluation & Accreditation of Quality in Language Services (EAQUALS) is involved in the following projects:

Ibis Creative Consultants
Ibis is a private consulting organization which operates in the field of education, dealing with literacy and learning difficulties in particular. It took part in many EU dyslexia-related projects as consultant and subject matter expert.
Website: http://www.ibisconsultants.info

Ibis Creative Consultants is involved in the following projects:

Knowsley Associates

Knowsley Associates provides a range of training solutions and workforce development services for local businesses and national companies.
The aim of the company is to raise the skill level of the UK workforce and to make UK companies more competitive in the global market. Based in the Management Industrial and Innovation Centre (MIIC) within Knowsley Community College (Kirkby), Knowsley Associates has a varied client list, including the NHS, Royal Bank of Scotland, Merseytravel and Jaguar, and a proven record of customer satisfaction. In a recent Framework for Excellence national survey, Knowsley Associates achieved fifth place.
 


Website: http://www.knowsley.gov.uk/

Knowsley Associates is involved in the following projects:

Lancaster University, Management School

Located on Lancaster University’s green parkland campus, Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) aims at pursuing research at the highest international level creating impactful outputs so as to guarantee the excellence of our programmes and our engagement with students, partners, clients and stakeholders.

 


Website: http://www.lums.lancs.ac.uk/
Liverpool Hope University College
Liverpool Hope University College is an ecumenical Christian Foundation which strives: to provide opportunities for the well-rounded personal development of Christians and students from other faiths and beliefs, educating the whole person in mind, body and spirit, irrespective of age, social or ethnic origins or physical capacity, including in particular those who might otherwise not have had an opportunity to enter higher education; to be a national provider of a wide range of high quality programmes responsive to the needs of students, including the education, training and professional development of teachers for Church and state schools; to sustain an academic community, as a sign of hope, enriched by Christian values and worship, which supports teaching and learning, scholarship and research, encourages the understanding of Christian and other faiths and beliefs and promotes religious and social harmony; to contribute to the educational, religious, cultural, social and economic life of Liverpool, Merseyside, the North-West and beyond.
Website: http://www.hope.ac.uk

Liverpool Hope University College is involved in the following projects:

London South Bank University (LLU+)

LLU+ is a national consultancy and professional development centre for staff working in the areas of literacy, numeracy, dyslexia, family learning and English for Speakers of Other Languages. 


Website: http://lp.lsbf.org.uk/

London South Bank University (LLU+) is involved in the following projects:

Newman College

The School of Education at Newman University has trained teachers for over forty years and has an established reputation for producing high quality professionals that work with children and young people. It has a student-centred focus rooted in the local community but also serves regional, national and international communities of learning by providing a formative education informed by the Catholic ethos and a shared values-based learning experience.


Website: http://www.newman.ac.uk/

Newman College is involved in the following projects:

No Limits Education and Training

No Limits Education and Training's mission is, enabling people to succeed. We do this by creating and delivering innovative programmes focused on personal development and developing peoples' enterprise skills. 


No Limits Education and Training is involved in the following projects:

North West Regional Youth Work Union

North West Regional Youth Work Union specific expertise in co-ordination and development of networks particularly in the area of participation, workforce development and youth worker training. 


Website: http://www.nwrywu.org.uk/

North West Regional Youth Work Union is involved in the following projects:

Nottingham Country Council Lifelong Learning Team

Nottinghamshire County Council is one of the  largest local authority in the UK, it serves a population of 750,000 people and employs 23,000 people. Nottinghamshire’s priorities are Learning, Social Care and Health, Culture, Regeneration, the Environment, and the Community.
 


Website: http://www.nottscc.gov.uk/education

Nottingham Country Council Lifelong Learning Team is involved in the following projects:

Rocket Learning Limited

Rocket Learning was specifically founded to provide high quality supplemental educational services (SES). The objective is to help students acquire the skills they need to succeed in school and in life.


Website: http://www.rocketlearning.net
Stockport College of Further & Higher Education
Stockport College supports the promotion of equality and diversity for all who work and study here. It respects and celebrates the diversity within the community and is committed to providing an environment which ensures that all students and staff are treated with dignity and respect. To this end it seeks to prevent behaviour which is not in line with the spirit of the College\'s Equality and Diversity Policy.
Website: http://www.stockport.ac.uk

Stockport College of Further & Higher Education is involved in the following projects:

Swansea University - Centre for Applied Languages

Founded in 1920, Swansea is a vibrant, research-led university at the forefront of academic and scientific discovery. Set in parkland overlooking Swansea Bay on the edge of the breathtaking Gower Peninsula, the University's location is captivating. Swansea University has around 12,500 students and offers over 500 undergraduate and 130 postgraduate courses in a wide range of subject areas, from American Studies to Zoology, not to mention an extensive continuing education programme. A full range of social, cultural and sporting amenities complements the campus lifestyle and contributes to the strong sense of community that the University embraces.


Website: http://www.swansea.ac.uk/cals
The Centre for Science Education
The Centre for Science Education (CSE) is a research and business development unit specialising in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects, but in particular, science.
CSE creates, manages and delivers resources, projects and initiatives to support teachers and students at all levels of education.
Website: http://www.shu.ac.uk/cse
The Children Society

The Children’s Society was established in 1881 and works across England. It has around 70 Projects working with a range of disadvantaged or socially excluded children, young people, their families and communities. It has strong links with other national, regional and local NGOs and voluntary organisations and with government bodies.  Its main areas of work are with children in trouble with the law, young migrants and refugees, disabled children and young people, children and young people’s participation and empowerment, young people living on the streets or who have run away from home, gypsy and traveller children and families. It is a member of ‘The YES Forum’ European network.


Website: http://www.childrenssociety.org.uk

The Children Society is involved in the following projects:

Thomas Telford School
Thomas Telford School is a City Technology College, sponsored by The Mercers’ Company and Tarmac Holdings Limited. It was established in 1991 to pioneer new methods of education, to raise standards for its students and to share successful practice with other schools. It is now widely regarded as one of the most successful state secondary schools in England and has established three Academies in Walsall, Sandwell and Madeley.
Website: http://www.ttsonline.net
Totnes School of English

Totnes School of English provides language courses in Devon. 


Website: http://www.languageingroup.com/totnes-LiT

Totnes School of English is involved in the following projects:

University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield (informally Sheffield University) is a research university in the city of Sheffield in South Yorkshire, England. It received its royal charter in 1905 as successor to Sheffield Medical School (1828) and University College of Sheffield (1897). As one of the original red brick universities, it is also a member of the prestigious Russell Group of research-intensive universities. The University of Sheffield is widely recognized as a leading research and teaching university in the UK and in the world. In 2014, QS World University Rankings placed Sheffield as the 69th university worldwide and 12th in the UK. In 2011, Sheffield was named 'University of the Year' in the Times Higher Education awards.The latest Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2014 ranked the University of Sheffield 1st for student experience, social life, university facilities and accommodation, among other categories.


Website: http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/

University of Sheffield is involved in the following projects:

University of Southampton
The University of Southampton is already one of the top 15 research universities in the UK and has achieved consistently high scores for its teaching and learning activities. It has eight Faculties which cover a huge range of subject areas and five campuses in all - four in various locations around Southampton and one in Winchester.
Website: http://www.soton.ac.uk
University of Wales

Founded by Royal Charter in 1893, the University of Wales has played a substantial role in the development of higher education in Wales. Over the years the University has adapted in order to be in a position to respond to the needs of students, both in Wales and further afield. In October of 2011, the governing bodies of the University of Wales, Swansea Metropolitan University and the University of Wales: Trinity Saint David made a commitment to merge. The three institutions will work together to create a unified institution under the 1828 Charter of the University of Wales: Trinity Saint David.


Website: http://www.wales.ac.uk/en/Home.aspx

University of Wales is involved in the following projects:

Wilsthorpe Business & Enterprise College

Wilsthorpe Community School is a United Kingdom secondary school, located on the outskirts of Long Eaton, about 5 miles from Nottingham and close to the M1 and East Midlands Airport. The school has been established for over 50 years and is set on a very pleasant campus which we share with Harrington Junior School, Parklands Primary School and Brackenfield ‘Special’ School.
We currently have about 850 students aged 11-18 and an intake that covers the full ability range from potential 'Oxbridge' candidates to students with serious learning difficulties.


Website: http://www.wilsthorpe.derbyshire.sch.uk

Wilsthorpe Business & Enterprise College is involved in the following projects:

Czech Republic

Institute of Chemical Technology Prague

Institute of Chemical Technology Prague is situated in Prague, capitol of the Czech Republic.ICTP is tertiary education organization, conducting education and research activities in almost all fields of chemistry. The university consists of 4 faculties.University has 200 years tradition, since 1952 is acting as an independent state and later public organization. It is the largest and most significant university of this type in the Middle Europe region. Beside main activities, university is involved also in LLL programs focused on the secondary and vocational schools chemistry teachers and their students, to attract young people to opt chemistry as their future career.


Website: http://www.vscht.cz

Institute of Chemical Technology Prague is involved in the following projects:

National Institute Of Public Health
The Institute of  public health  is a  governmental body ruled and  funded  by  the  Ministry  of Health  with national  responsibility  in the very wide  field of  public health (epidemiology of  communicable  and  non- communicable diseases, working  and  living   conditions, environmental  health, food and nutrition , disease prevention).  Education for  professionals in  public  health,  and in health promotion  is  responsibility given by Public  Health  Act (No. 258/ 2000).
Website: http://www.szu.cz

National Institute Of Public Health is involved in the following projects:

University of Ostrava
The University of Ostrava was founded on 28 September 1991. Today’s University of Ostrava represents a natural continuation of this tradition. Since its foundation twenty years ago, the University has provided a much-needed focus for the study and research of humanities and social sciences, helping to redress a historic imbalance in a region traditionally dominated by heavy industry and technical studies.
Website: http://www.osu.eu/

University of Ostrava is involved in the following projects:

Romania

Asociata Pentru Turism Bucovina
Bucovina Tourism Association is a NGO and the main goal is to promote the global tourism offer of this region and to promote the members at the national and international tourism market. The Asociacia pentru Turism Bucovina membership is the following: hotels, pensions, agro tourism, restaurants, tourism agents, local administration representatives, cultural, scientific and religious personalities; thus we achieve appropriate impact and cohesion.
Website: http://www.bucovinaturism.ro

Asociata Pentru Turism Bucovina is involved in the following projects:

Association for the Promotion of Women in Romania (APOWER)

Association for the Promotion of Women in Romania (APoWeR) is a nongovernmental organisation whose mission is to educate the whole society by promoting affirmative and non-discriminatory policies in order to increase the quality of women’s lives in Romania. The organisation works to raise public awareness through programmes of education regarding human rights, violence against women and democratic policies for the promotion of equal opportunities; to provide social support services consisting of psychological and legal counselling, social assistance, phone counselling and educational programmes; to promote adequate legislation through lobby and advocacy campaigns.


Website: http://www.apfr.dnttm.ro

Association for the Promotion of Women in Romania (APOWER) is involved in the following projects:

Colegiul National Unirea

“Unirea” National College (Colegiu National "Unirea") is a public sector college of students aged 6 to 18 years old and 85 teaching staff. It currently has around 1500 full-time students which has to be selected due to the large number of those who would like to study in our college.There are 41 classes with the following levels: kindergarden 3,primary 6, secondary 8 and  highschool &VET 23.Its main role is to provide training in vocational skills to students of many ability levels, leading to employment and/or academic skills leading to a University place. 


Website: http://www.colegiulunirea.ro

Colegiul National Unirea is involved in the following projects:

Economic Centre for Business Consultancy and Management (CECMA)

The European Centre for Business Consultancy and Management (CECMA) is a business incubator for young people who want to set up their own business.
The services CECMA provides are: management courses for young people who want to set up their own business as well as for people from vulnerable groups; management, marketing, financial-accounting services; IT courses; guidance for young managers in developing a business plan.
 


Website: http://www.cecma.ro
FIATEST

FIATEST was founded in 1990 as training and consultancy company, especially for quality management and human resources development. During the 16 years of activity, FIATEST developed continuously its fields of activity and its personnel skills. The main objective of all efforts is to improve the training and consultancy services by integrating new methods and techniques in the standard offer and developing e-training support for its customers.


Website: http://www.fiatest.ro/

FIATEST is involved in the following projects:

Foundation for Development of the Cultural and Business Potential of Civil Society
FDCBPCS is an NGO developing, implementing and managing European projects and providing consultations in the spheres of culture, art, tourism, Internet-based activities and education, VET, e-learning and school education development, as well as regional development. FDCBPCS team also provides school administrations, SMEs, NGOs and local authorities with EU project development/implementation and regional development services and trainings. FDCBPCS has a network of school partners throughout the country, developed and maintained under a number of successful projects. FDCBPCS is an experienced organization with a broad scope of collaborators and partners within the country and abroad. 

Website: http://www.cubufoundation.com

Foundation for Development of the Cultural and Business Potential of Civil Society is involved in the following projects:

Fundația EuroEd

EuroEd Foundation is a non-profit organisation set up in 1992 and located in Iasi, Romania. It delivers educational services to all age categories and developed a series of programmes, including language courses (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Romanian), international training courses for language teachers. EuroEd’s relevant experience lies with co-ordinating and participating in EU funded projects, as well as in strategies and methodologies of co-operation at local, regional, national and trans-national level. In addition, EuroEd Foundation co-ordinated and implemented over 35 national and international educational projects (educational management, teacher training, professional development of various categories of professionals etc) since 1995. 


Website: http://www.euroed.ro

Fundația EuroEd is involved in the following projects:

Fundatia Professional
Professional Foundation is a non-governmental, non-political and non-profit foundation, established in 1998 with a view to promoting high quality in education, intercultural tolerance and appreciation, life-long learning, human rights, fight against poverty and discrimination and social inclusion. It promotes:intercultural dialogue, networking at local and international levels,  international cooperation. It is approved and accredited by the Ministry of Education for “Continuing Education”. 

Website: http://www.professionalcentre.ro

Fundatia Professional is involved in the following projects:

Gr.T.Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy - Iasi

“Gr.T.Popa” University of Medicine and Pharmacy Iasi is a student-centered university that provides opportunities for lifelong learning to a diverse range of students within a culture of scholarship and development of knowledge.

 


Website: http://www.umfiasi.ro

Gr.T.Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy - Iasi is involved in the following projects:

Innovation and Business Development Center (CIDAF)

CIDAf is a non-profit organisation aiming to promote entrepreneurial spirit of women, and to support the local economic development through innovation and business development.


Website: http://www.cidaf.ro

Innovation and Business Development Center (CIDAF) is involved in the following projects:

Liceul “Alexandru Cel Bun” Botoșani

The High School ”Alexandru cel Bun” Botosani - Technical secondary school, is located in the RO11 North East Region, in the city of Botosani, Romania. The school has many economical and social partners. Also, the school is part of the technical schools network which benefited from the Phare program through which these schools were given performance equipment. The High School ”Alexandru cel Bun” Botosani provides technical education and training for the technology and theoretical profiles. 

 


Website: http://www.gsab.ro

Liceul “Alexandru Cel Bun” Botoșani is involved in the following projects:

Liceul Teoretic Nichita Stanescu

Nichita Stanescu High School is an institute which provides all the steps of higher education.


Website: http://scoli.didactic.ro/gr_sc_nichita_stanescu_bucuresti

Liceul Teoretic Nichita Stanescu is involved in the following projects:

National School of Political Studies and Public Administration
National School of Political Studies and Public Administration is a public institution of higher education located in Bucharest. The university is a dynamic institution that generates creative energy, seeking to break down the traditional divide between academia and practical issues. It offers degrees in five major fields of study: communication and public relations, Political science, public administration, management, and international relations. The educational offer encompasses undergraduate, MA, PhD and professional programs. NSPSPA has already defined itself as a trademark on the Romanian higher education market, due to being accredited by the National Centre for Academic Evaluation and Accreditation, which is the certification body for higher education in Romania.
Website: http://www.snspa.ro

National School of Political Studies and Public Administration is involved in the following projects:

PROSPER-ASE Language Centre
he mission of PROSPER-ASE Language Centre is to provide high quality language courses and translations and to support its students and teachers to develop both personally and professionally. As Founder and Full Member of QUEST - The Romanian Association for Quality Language Services, PROSPER-ASE Language Centre also promotes and guarantees the provision of language teaching and other language services of the highest possible quality standards through the establishment of a quality assurance scheme. As co-ordinator and partner in several European language projects, PROSPER-ASE Language Centre supports:
the development of new and modern assessment instruments and techniques, learning and teaching of Less Widely Used Languages (LWULT), multilingualism and multiculturality.
Website: http://www.prosper.ro

PROSPER-ASE Language Centre is involved in the following projects:

Romanian Association of Quality Language Services (QUEST)

The Romanian Association for Quality Language Services QUEST Romania was created in May 1996, its aim being to promote and guarantee the provision in Romania of language teaching and other language services of the highest possible quality standards through the establishment of a quality assurance scheme. Founder members of QUEST are seven Language Centres, as well as the British Council Romania.


Website: http://www.quest.ro/

Romanian Association of Quality Language Services (QUEST) is involved in the following projects:

Romanian Radio Broadcasting Corporation (Training Center)
Radio Romania is the national radio public service, with 2500employees and servicing over 70.000 listeners. The organization is comprised of three National Radio Statons, Radio Romania News and Current Affairs, Radio Romania Cultural, and Village Antenna.

Romanian Radio Broadcasting Corporation (Training Center) is involved in the following projects:

SC RedHospital SRL

Hospital "St. Sava "is not only a local but a regional hospital providing its services in the fields of Palliative Care, Rehabilitation, Physical Medicine and Balneology. Hospital aims principally to train personnel, quality of life through moral support both patients in a critical moment, and their families, besides providing them with quality medical services. The hospital collaborates with Health Insurance House Iasi since its opening in order to provide palliative care services to insured persons. The hospital goal is to create a warm, friendly, so the patient to feel that he is not alone. Thus providing moral support to each patient, regardless of diagnosis, and consider him as a member of our hospital family, strengthened relationship from the beginning.


Website: http://www.sfsava.ro

SC RedHospital SRL is involved in the following projects:

Transilvania University

Transilvania University (UTBv) is a state institution of higher education located in in Brasov, Romania, and by its "educational offer, scientific research and number of students represents one of Romania's large universities, being the representative university for Region 7 - Centre." The University includes 18 faculties with a total of about 20 000 de students and 800 teaching staff. The University offers 100 FT, PT and distance learning bachelor's study programmes and 66 advanced studies or scientific research master's programmes, also FT, PT and distance learning. At present doctoral studies are available in 17 fields.


Website: http://www.unitbv.ro

Transilvania University is involved in the following projects:

University of Bucharest

The University of Bucharest is one of the leading institutions of higher education in Romania, and enjoys a considerable national and international prestige, acquired over almost 146 years. Its various schools are well known for their activities in all important scientific and academic domains. Its graduates have included many prominent personalities: teachers and researchers at important universities all over the world, members of the Romanian Academy and of similar institutions in other countries, writers, politicians (members of the Romanian parliament, ministers, prime ministers and presidents), diplomats, high-ranking ecclesiastical figures etc.
 


Website: http://www.unibuc.ro

University of Bucharest is involved in the following projects:

University of Medicine and Pharmacy (UMPh) of Tirgu Mures
The University of Medicine and Pharmacy (UMPh) of Tirgu Mures is a public higher education institution with a history of over 70 years of medical education, among the top three medical universities from Romania and the only one with studies in other local languages (Hungarian line), besides international programmes in English. It currently functions with 3 Faculties: Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Dental Medicine and Faculty of Pharmacy. UMPh has a total number of 5500 students in  full-time undergraduate and Master programmes plus doctoral students and residents, of which about 50 residents in Paediatrics (10 per year in a 5 year-rotation programme), and about 500 teaching staff of which  51 phD coordinators including Pediatrics. 
 

Website: https://www.umftgm.ro/home.html

University of Medicine and Pharmacy (UMPh) of Tirgu Mures is involved in the following projects:

University Stefan cel Mare Suceava

The University Stefan cel Mare Suceava (USV) is a research and higher education institution located in the North-Eastern region of Romania, providing various educational programs to more than 9.600 students. Romanian Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education granted USV the High Confidence Certificate, the highest appreciation award in institutional assessment of Romanian higher education. The University is accredited as a national research and development organisation by the National Authority for Scientific Research and it is ranked among the top 15 Romanian universities with outstanding research results. The University currently has 9 Faculties and it offers 66 undergraduate study programs, 38 Postgraduate (Master’s degree) programs and doctoral studies in 14 scientific fields. 


Website: http://www.usv.ro/

University Stefan cel Mare Suceava is involved in the following projects:

Slovakia

Agency for the Support of Regional Development Košice

The Agency for the Support of Regional Development Košice s a non-profit organization, established by the Košice self-governing region. Its main purpose is to assist and support public services as well as supporting regional development and employment. Mission of the Agency is to contribute to more effective and more dynamic sustainable development of the Košice region by creating conditions and mechanisms in the region, which will enable to deal with priority problems, and to implement future goals, according to the approved short-term and long-term strategic development documents. 


Website: http://www.arr.sk/
Masarykova University

Masaryk University, located in Brno, is the second-largest public university in the Czech Republic and the leading higher education institution in Moravia. At present it comprises nine faculties with more than 200 departments, institutes and clinics. Recognized as one of the most important teaching and research institutions in the Czech Republic and a highly-regarded Central European university, it has been marked by a strong democratic spirit ever since its establishment in 1919. The university also plays a major role in the social and cultural life of the South Moravia Region.


Website: http://www.muni.cz/

Masarykova University is involved in the following projects:

TRANSFER Slovensko

TRANSFER Slovensko was founded as private education and consulting company in 1995 and based in Bratislava (Slovakia). TRANSFER's purpose and mission is to provide integradet system of human resources services which include: education and training activities for private international and slovak companies; consulting oriented on human resources management systems in companies; national education project for companies and public sector financing from european social found; international project as Leonardo, Grundtvig, Socrates etc.

 


Website: http://www.transfer.sk

TRANSFER Slovensko is involved in the following projects:

Slovenia

Andragogoski Center Slovenije (ACS)

The Andragogoski Center Slovenije (ACS) has specific expertise in the field of adult literacy education and training of literacy teachers. From 1991 on SIAE has been developing: adult literacy programmes on a national level for different target groups (e.g. undereducated unemployed, low educated parents of school age children), training programmes for teachers, trainers and counsellors in adult literacy education, monitoring and evaluation methodology in literacy provision. 


Website: http://www.acs.si

Andragogoski Center Slovenije (ACS) is involved in the following projects:

Association of Adult Education Institutions in the Slovak Republic (AIVD)

Association of Adult Education Institutions in the Slovak Republic (AIVD) is a non-governmental, apolitical, non-profit, voluntary organisation established in Bratislava on 12th March 1991. Members of the AIVD are institutions of adult education which agree with the mission statement. AIVD has now more than 60 members and is the publisher of the journal Adult Education (Vzdelávanie dospelých). Since 2008 AIVD is a member of European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA). The mission of the Association is to associate institutions and individuals that deal with continuing education of adults and to promote their common interests in accordance with the needs of Slovakia.

 


Website: http://www.aivd.sk/

Association of Adult Education Institutions in the Slovak Republic (AIVD) is involved in the following projects:

DRPDNM - Drustvo za Razvijanje Prostovoljnega Dela Novo Mesto
DRPDNM is Slovenian non-governmental and humanitarian organisation, working in the public interest in the area of social care, youth and culture. Its mission is to contribute to more inclusive and open society for all. Its two leading programs therefore deal with inclusion of socially excluded groups and with the stimulation of the NGO development and civil dialogue. Its activities within the programs are performed by expert and voluntary work. DRPDNM promotes the values of solidarity, tolerance, voluntarism, active living, clean environment, citizenship awareness and inter-cultural dialogue.

Website: http://drpdnm.si/

DRPDNM - Drustvo za Razvijanje Prostovoljnega Dela Novo Mesto is involved in the following projects:

RIC Novo mesto
The Development and Education Centre Novo mesto (RIC Novo mesto) is one of the leading adult education organisations in Slovenia. The institute was established as a public equivalent body by the Municipality of Novo mesto with the main purpose to enable continuing learning for people of all ages and in this way promote the lifelong learning concept and ideas. The institute's 25 employees with the help of more than 130 regular external experts, teachers, mentors and researchers implement 40,000 educational hours on average per year and about 10,000 participants are included in various educational programs. In order to ensure the best possible quality of the education programs offered, one of the key priorities of RIC Novo mesto is to continuously develop skills and competences of its employees end external experts. 

Website: http://www.ric-nm.si

RIC Novo mesto is involved in the following projects:

Skupina Primera

Skupina Primera is a SME, specialised in HR consultancy, entrepreneurship education and personal development. The services include three broader groups of expertise, namely adult education, HRM consulting and entrepreneurship development. First, in adult education field we deliver tailor made in-service trainings and coaching for staff employed with our clients, managers, VET professionals, teachers and entrepreneurs. We also run open trainings for people, committed to lifelong learning. Second, in HRM consulting we provide psychometric assessments, recruitment and selection, tailor made projects for employees’ professional growth, help in creating a valuable HR strategy and assist in change management. Third, in entrepreneurship we focus on fostering creativity and innovation, offer innovation training according to Stanford’s d.school methodology, and provide coaching for business growth


Website: http://www.skupinaprimera.si/

Skupina Primera is involved in the following projects:

Spain

Asociación Departament Estudis Dels Medis Actuals (DEMA)

DEMA is a non-profit Association, founded in October 1998, that intends to work in several areas in adult education, particularly in the field of labour and social integration, training for trainers and the methodological research.


Website: http://www.dema.cat/en/principal.html

Asociación Departament Estudis Dels Medis Actuals (DEMA) is involved in the following projects:

Asociacíon Utrillo

All the activities carried out  of the Asociacíon Utrillo are aimed at promoting social integration of young people and adults with intellectual disabilities who participate in them. The working method is built based on a multidisciplinary team that, along with a team of volunteers / as, respond individually to the needs of users and their families. 


Website: http://www.asociacionutrillo.com/

Asociacíon Utrillo is involved in the following projects:

Associació Empresarial l’Alqueria Projectes Educatius

L’Alqueria (Associació Empresarial l'Alqueria Projectes Educatius) is a nonprofit association. L’Alqueria was founded in 2009. The members of the association are a people related to the world of education; teachers, teachers of secondary and teachers of vocational training. All of them with wide professional experience that include the training of adults. L’Alqueria has consolidated a team of specialized technicians in different thematic areas, who develop multidisciplinary tasks as to be able to cover many of the actions of the vocational training. The professionals of the Technologies of Information and Communication (TIC) stand out, specially. Its objetives are: to encourage the use of TIC as a communication and diffusion tool; to organize courses, conferences, seminars and interdisciplinary workshops directed with permanent training, professional recycling; to promote and encourage permanent vocational training and professional recycling for occupied workers, the unemployed, women, the youth, handicap persons, affected and victims of terrorism, violence of gender, the unemployed that have been so, for a long period of time, those older than 45 years of age, immigrants and persons with risk of social exclusion.
 


Website: http://www.alqueriaeducatius.org/

Associació Empresarial l’Alqueria Projectes Educatius is involved in the following projects:

Ayuntamiento de San Antonio de Benageber

The aim of Ayuntamiento de San Antonio de Benageber is the bridging of the gap between traditional vocational teaching and training approaches and new communication techniques towards young people, adults and workers making teachers and trainers able to deal with the new languages in use in order to promote and enhance the involvement of pupils and trainees in Life Long Learning.


Website: http://www.sabenageber.com

Ayuntamiento de San Antonio de Benageber is involved in the following projects:

Ayuntamiento De Tuéjar
The Town Council of Tuéjar belongs to the region of Los Serranos, in the inland part of the province of Valencia. It has 1,300 inhabitants and in spite of its industry most people work directly or indirectly in the tourism sector. The Local Development and Employment Agency of the Town Council is going to take part in the project, since among its responsibilities and functions it has to deal with continuous and occupational training, promote projects, optimise resources, promote the tourism sector and apply new technologies in the town.
Website: http://www.ayuntamiento.tuejar.biz/#Saluda

Ayuntamiento De Tuéjar is involved in the following projects:

CECE

The Spanish Confederation of Education and Training Centres (CECE) is a non-profit employers´ and professional organization founded in 1977. It represents a wide educational sector in Spain from nursery school to university level. It has more than 5.000 Education and training centres among its members. 


Website: http://www.cece.es

CECE is involved in the following projects:

Centro del Profesorado Y de Recursos de Gijon
Centro del Profesorado y de is a public institution for in-service teacher training. It is governed by the Consejería de Educación del Principado de Asturias – the regional educational authority-. It was created in 1985, since when it has been in charge of the professional development of the teachers in the area (over 100 schools and 3,000 teachers).
The staff is made up of thirteen educational advisers in charge of Early Learning, Primary Education, Spanish Language and Literature, Asturian Culture, Modern Foreign Languages, Social Science (Geography and History), Philosophy, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Technology, Music, Fine Arts and Physical Education, Vocational Education, Pupils with Special Educational Needs, Innovation Projects, New Technology and Audio-Visual Resources. There are also office clerks and a librarian plus administration and management units.
Website: http://www.educastur.princast.es/cpr/gijon

Centro del Profesorado Y de Recursos de Gijon is involved in the following projects:

CEP Bollullos/Valverde

The “Centro de Profesorado de Bollullos (CEP)” is a territorial public organisation at regional level. The institution congregates about 90 state schools and more than 1200 teachers from primary and secondary schools. The Junta de Andalusia organise seminars, courses and any kind of activities for teaching and training.

 


CEP Bollullos/Valverde is involved in the following projects:

Complutense University of Madrid
Complutense University of Madrid was founded by Cardinal Cisneros in the ancient town of Complutum, the present day Alcalá de Henares, in 1499. Today, in 2016, being the largest university in Spain, Complutense offers 292 official titles and 158 own degrees. During the 2015–2016 academic year the university recorded an enrolment about 85.000 students. Complutense currently has inter-institutional agreements with many universities around the world. The UCM also operates four full-time institutions outside of Spain. 

Website: http://www.ucm.es/

Complutense University of Madrid is involved in the following projects:

Employers Confederation of Aragon (CREA)

The Employers' Confederation of Aragon is a business organisation formed mainly by the three Aragoneese Provinces Confederations: CEOS (Huesca), CET (Teruel) and CEZ (Zaragoza). CREA is configurated as one of the most representative business organisations at a national level, grouping about 170 associations, what suppose nearly 22.000 companies in Aragon. CREA has as a main aim to enhance a balanced development of Aragón and represent and offer advice to the Aragoneese businessmen. 


Website: http://www.crea.es/inicio.htm

Employers Confederation of Aragon (CREA) is involved in the following projects:

Escola Universitaria De Ingenieria

The College of Industrial Engineering of Terrassa (EUETIT) is a school of the Technical University of Catalonia . It is one of the most prestigious schools in Spain, and enjoys a 100 years heritage.
 


Website: http://euetit-ct.upc.es

Escola Universitaria De Ingenieria is involved in the following projects:

ESMOVIA
ESMOVIA is a Spanish company, located in Valencia and dedicated to the management of European mobility projects. ESMOVIA is specialized in providing traineeships, training periods, educational programmes and study visits to young people and adults coming from all over Europe. Moreover we have a catalogue of structured courses addressed to school education staff and adult education staff. The aim of the company matches to the general goals set by the Erasmus Plus programme: enhancing attractiveness, improving the quality of mobility and increasing the co-operation between educational institutions and enterprises. ESMOVIA believes transnational mobility as one of the most important ways of getting new competences (knowledge, skills and attitudes) in order to improve the participants personal development and employability in the European labour market. For this reason ESMOVIA main objective is to offer quality programmes so that participants get the maximum benefit from the Spanish training and personal experience. 
 
 

Website: http://www.esmovia.es/

ESMOVIA is involved in the following projects:

FASE.net

FASE.net is a training and consulting private centre officially acknowledged by public institutions like the regional government and office of employment a training provider. Key activities are vocational and continuous training centre, developer of multimedia didactic materials, specialized in languages and e-learning training centre. In www.optima.info FASE offers a variety of more than a hundred on-line courses in different professional areas, from management and administration, ICT, Hotel and Hospitality Management and many other professional areas. 


Website: http://www.fase.net

FASE.net is involved in the following projects:

FEMXA training

Femxa Formación S.L. is a company, whose main activity may be defined as a training consultancy, specializing in giving training courses for active workers throughout Spain. Taking advantage of its know-how in training and using an e-learning platform of own development, Femxa has been able to provide integral management (workers, clients, suppliers) of training on line. This platform has been presented in Los Angeles by Microsoft Spain for its use in its project “.Net”. The platform is a complete and innovative tool in its class, being the ideal support for the development of e-learning actions. Its features are: totally based on web; multi-campus; multi-language; complementary material classified and commented; communication tools; generation of detailed statistics. 


Website: http://www.femxa.com

FEMXA training is involved in the following projects:

FETE-UGT-PV

FETE-UGT PV helds annually over 150 training actions focused in teaching professionals, of public and private education sector, training teachers, university teachers and professionals of management and complementary services in public and private schools

 


Website: http://fete.ugt.org/paisvalencia

FETE-UGT-PV is involved in the following projects:

Florida Centre de Formacio

Florida is an education cooperative active at all levels of education, ranging from kindergarten through secondary, VET and university (affiliated to the University of Valencia and the Polytechnic University of Valencia) all the way through to senior learning. It has wide experience in the use of technology to enhance learning (working with ICT since 1996), coupled with extensive pedagogical expertise and a tradition of innovation in education, working in close collaboration with the regional Ministry of Education in different educational contexts. It has 3500 students and 250 employees. Florida has participated in many European projects dealing with education & drop-outs, innovation, entrepreneurship, tourism, diversity,etc. Florida is also concerned about Quality issues.


Website: http://www.florida.es

Florida Centre de Formacio is involved in the following projects:

Fundación Comunidad Valenciana Región Europea- Fcvre

The Foundation Comunidad Valenciana  Region Europea is the reference in the region of Valencia for the European institutions. Created to promote the participation of the Valencian Region in the actions and policies of the European Union and it also promotes a better knowledge of these actions and policies. One of its main objectives is bridging multisectoral regional interests and European policies and programs. It provides to the regional players (economic agents and social and institutional representatives) with a support platform to participate in the decision making process at European level.


Website: http://www.uegva.info

Fundación Comunidad Valenciana Región Europea- Fcvre is involved in the following projects:

Grupo RH Asesores

RH Group counseling is an organization specializing in providing advice to companies in Human Resources and Business Excellence.  RH CONSULTANTS Group focuses its professional services from the belief that people are the cornerstone of business success.  We serve our clients in support processes: selection and Search, training, skills development and Performance Improvement, change management and conflict Resolution, assessment of corporate image and quality of service. Compensation and Benefits. It has, since 1996, with a unit specializing in Customer Contact Centers. Contributing to the improved performance of organizations through the integration and development of professionals that compose them.

 


Website: http://www.gruporh.com/rhmadrid/
IES Doctor Lluis Simarro Lacabra

IES Simarro is a High School and Technical High School with a large number of students. It has students from a wide area of small towns surrounding the mind city of Xativa. In addition to regular formation, it offers technical courses (Formación profesional) in Finance and Management, Computer programming and System administration, and civil construction.
The teachers have undergone an updating in computer aided learning tools, and are involved in new techniques, tools and methodologies. There's a large group of computer programming teachers that support and help any other into discovering and using computer into teaching.
This high school stems from the merging of several technical courses from two different high schools, with a previous regular high school and some new technical courses for students with high risk of early retirment. The school as it is today started the activity in early 2010


Website: http://ieslluissimarro.org

IES Doctor Lluis Simarro Lacabra is involved in the following projects:

IES St Vicent Ferrer

IES Sant Vicent Ferrer is a high secondary school founded in 1953, placed in Algemesí (Valencia, Spain). IES Sant vicent Ferrer has about 72 teachers, 5 people of administration personal and about 600 students, since 12 years old until adults. 


Website: http://www.iessantvicent.com/web/

IES St Vicent Ferrer is involved in the following projects:

Instituto Superior de Secretariado y Administración
ISSA, founded in 1963, is an institute dependent on the University of Navarra and was the first University College in Spain to impart training for management assistants at tertiary level. English and French or German are compulsory subjects during the three-year course. A multilingual model has been introduced this year, 2004-05, which will allow students to study 60% of the diploma in other languages. Personalized attention is given to help them acquire and improve skills and competences required in the workplace. All graduates are eligible to use ISSA’s work placement service throughout their professional life.
Website: http://www.issa.edu

Instituto Superior de Secretariado y Administración is involved in the following projects:

Junta De Andalucia
The Centro de Profesorado de Bollullos (CEP) is a territorial public organisation at regional level. The institution congregates about 90 state schools and more than 1200 teachers from primary and secondary schools. The Junta de Andalusia organise seminars, courses and any kind of activities for teaching and training.
Website: http://www.juntadeandalucia.es/index.html
Navarran European Business Innovation Centre (CEIN)

The Navarran European Business Innovation Centre (CEIN) is a service at the disposal of SMEs and entrepreneurs in Navarra that seek to consolidate and diversify the region’s economic and industrial environment. CEIN nurture entrepreneurial spirit, identify, promote and develop business projects and encourage innovation in Navarran companies. CEIN’S philosophy is European-orientated, both in terms of the work methodology that it employs and in terms of the constant search for innovative services and the detection of new business opportunities or economic development projects that it conducts in collaboration with other European regions.


Website: http://www.cein.es

Navarran European Business Innovation Centre (CEIN) is involved in the following projects:

P.A.U. Education

P.A.U. Education is a private company based in Barcelona, Spain, founded in 1995 by Pierre-Antoine Ullmo (Paris, France), with a staff of more than 50 people from 20 different countries working with public and private organisations on a European and international level. Projects in which the institution is involved contribute to  increasing, in an ethical manner, the quantitative and qualitative impact of its clients’ social responsibility actions and communication strategies.


Website: http://www.paueducation.com

P.A.U. Education is involved in the following projects:

Technical University of Madrid

The Technical University of Madrid (UPM) celebrated its 25th anniversary in 1996, although the majority of its centres are over hundreds of years old and were founded in the 18th and 19th centuries. Each of them maintained its independence until being grouped together to form the UPM. It is no exaggeration to state that over one and a half centuries great part of the history of Spanish technology has been written by the Schools of Architecture and Engineering. They have been during a lot of years nearly the only and in some cases actually the only schools. All of the important personalities in the area of teaching and research passed through the respective centres as students or lecturers.


Website: http://www.upm.es
Telefonica Investigacion y Desarrollo S.A. unipersonal

Telefonica I+D is the research and development company of the Telefónica Group.
Founded in 1988, its mission is to contribute to the Group´s competitiveness and modernity through technological innovation. To achieve this aim, the company applies new ideas, concepts and practices in addition to developing products and advanced services. It is one of the first private R&D centres in Spain as regards activity and resources, and is the first company on the continent by number of European research projects in which it participates. The main asset of Telefónica I+D is its staff, which is 97% composed of university graduates from 18 different nationalities.


Website: http://www.tid.es

Telefonica Investigacion y Desarrollo S.A. unipersonal is involved in the following projects:

Universidad Europea De Madrid

The European University of Madrid hasa long history in the teaching of bioethics and medical humanities. These subjects are taught in degrees such as medicine, biotechnology, pharmacy or nursing. The professors who teach these subjects has a background in biomedical sciences and humanities, working together professionals of medicine, nursing, psychology or philosophy. These professionals who work in bioethics and medical humanities at the European University of Madrid, form the Institute of Clinical Ethics Francisco Vallés - European University. The Institute aims to develop research projects, teaching programs and publications in the field of clinical ethics.


Website: http://www.uem.es

Universidad Europea De Madrid is involved in the following projects:

Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED)

The Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED) awards the same qualifications, which are equally valid, and it operates under general legislation. However, certain features of UNED make it different from other Spanish Universities: it is nationwide in scope, it uses different methodology (distance education), and it has a wide social influence. Under its goals are: to provide access to University and further education for all those who, while capable of pursuing higher studies, are unable to attend on-campus classes for working, financial, residential or other similar reasons; to set up and develop programmes for futher education and for cultural and professional improvement; to promote continuing education and to update and promote university teaching and research. At present, UNED has the largest number of students among all Spanish Universities; each year aproximately 180.000 studentes enrole in their different Faculties, Technical Schools and other courses.


Website: http://www.uned.es

Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED) is involved in the following projects:

University Hospital Alcorcon Foundation
The University Hospital Alcorcon Foundation offers all medical inpatient units and outpatient. It is a teaching university hospital with residents of almost all specialties, including pediatric.  It also has a teaching area with classrooms, a telemedicine unit that works telemedicine serving outside the hospital (eg in prisons in Madrid), and an area of simulation, with consultations, couches, mannequins and everything needed for teaching based simulation. In addition, the hospital cooperates with primary care medicine and nursing homes in the area.
 

Website: http://www.madrid.org/cs/Satellite?language=es&pagename=HospitalFundacionHospitalAlcorcon%2FPage%2FHALC_home

University Hospital Alcorcon Foundation is involved in the following projects:

University of Barcelona

The University of Barcelona (UB) is the largest public institution of higher education in Catalonia, catering to the needs of the greatest number of students and delivering the broadest and most comprehensive offering in higher educational courses. The UB is also the principal centre of university research at a state level (it publishes more research than any other Spanish institution with the exception of the Spanish National Research Council, CSIC) and has become a European benchmark for research activity, both in terms of the number of research programs it conducts and the excellence these have achieved. 


Website: http://www.ub.edu

University of Barcelona is involved in the following projects:

University of Extremadura - Gexcall

Gexcall is a researh group whose main goal is the generation of technological tools to foster the process of learning foreign languages.


Website: http://www.unex.es

University of Extremadura - Gexcall is involved in the following projects:

University of Seville

The University of Seville is a `Public Law' institution, founded more than 500 years ago and the second Spanish presential university by its number of students. Its academic offer includes more than 68 degrees in Bio-sanitary, Scientific, Technological Humanistic and Social areas of study; 124 Doctorate programs, 270 Masters, Expert and Advanced training courses, and 18 official postgraduate studies. Completing this educational offer, the University maintains an extensive network of exchange agreements. More than one thousand incoming and outgoing Erasmus students are monitored every year. 

 


Website: http://www.us.es

University of Seville is involved in the following projects:

Xano Channel Asociación para el desarrollo comunitario
The association, created in 2010, aims to create growth opportunities for the individual and for society by creating synergies, tools and methodologies for the dissemination of culture and the civil liability of individuals and organizations. The activities of the association and its aims are inspired by the principles of equal opportunities between men and women disadvantaged.
 

Xano Channel Asociación para el desarrollo comunitario is involved in the following projects:

Xàtiva City Council

Xativa is located in the center of the region of Valencia with 29,000 inhabitants. Xativa has 7 schools of primary education, 4 secondary schools, an integrated vocational training center, a teacher training institution , a professional conservatory and Adult School and a Special Education center. All those institution are under the authoryty of the city council. 


Website: http://www.xativa.es

Xàtiva City Council is involved in the following projects:

Sweden

Fågelskolan

Fågelskolan is a public school in Lund with pupils between 6 and 16 years old. Fågelskolan provides education for about 500 pupils. Fågelskolan created the project Language Cafés in 2003. Fågelskolan received the European language label award in 2004. 
 


Website: http://www.lund.se/fagelskolan

Fågelskolan is involved in the following projects:

Municipality of Östersund
Östersund Municipality is a municipality in Jämtland County in northern Sweden. Its seat is located in Östersund, which is also the county seat of Jämtland County. The present municipality was formed in 1971 by the amalgamation of the City of Östersund with five surrounding municipalities.
Website: http://www.ostersund.se

Municipality of Östersund is involved in the following projects:

Municipality of Skellefteå

The department of Skellefteå is a public authority that deals with services, transport, youth employment, education and training.


Website: http://www.skelleftea.se/default.aspx?id=43781

Municipality of Skellefteå is involved in the following projects:

National Center for Mathematics Education (NCM)

National Center for Mathematics Education ( NCM) co-ordinates, supports, develop s and implements the contributions which promote Swedish mathematics education from pre-school to university college. 


Website: http://ncm.gu.se/
OCN Sweden

OCN Sweden is an organisation that provides structure, recognition and quality assurance to life long, non-fomal learning. The OCN-method provides a systematic way to observe, assess and document individual knowledge obtained through non-formal education and training. 


Website: http://ocn.se/

OCN Sweden is involved in the following projects:

Skarpnäck folk high school
Skarpnäck folk high school is one of 25 schools in Sweden delivering education and training of leisure time professionals/ youth workers (in the following called youth workers). The education is full time for two years and equivalent to university studies. The youth worker profession is relatively new as such. Skarpnäck was one of the pioneers – founded 1963 by the city of Stockholm - with more than 40 years of initial and further training of youth workers
Website: http://www.skarpnack.fhsk.se/

Skarpnäck folk high school is involved in the following projects:

Switzerland

University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland

The University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland FHNW is a state-accredited university of applied sciences: this unique concept in Swiss tertiary education is designed to meet professional needs in education, research and consulting. Situated amidst leading international clusters the FHNW's nine schools maintain close links with society, culture and industry: its high quality graduate, postgraduate and continuing education focuses on applied knowledge. Research and consulting activity is practice oriented.


Website: http://www.fhnw.ch

Turkey

Bilecik Provincial Directorate of National Education

Bilecik Il Milli Egitim Mudurlugu (Bilecik Provincial Directorate of National Education) is regionally responsible for about 37000 students in pre-primary, primary, secondary  and higher  education with 148 schools, 1611 classes and 1878 teachers. There are 154 staff in the Directorate. Bilecik city is located in the Eastern Marmara. Our responsibility focuses on planning and managing all the activities of pre-primary, primary, general secondary, vocational secondary, high schools, vocational high schools and adult education centers. We have to coordinate all facilities sent by the Ministry of Education such as  buildings, financial issues, staff salaries,  and all kinds of materials used in the lessons provincially in Bilecik city and within 7 districts.


Website: http://bilecik.meb.gov.tr/

Bilecik Provincial Directorate of National Education is involved in the following projects:

Eğitim ve Gençlik Çalışmaları (EGECED)

EGECED is a non-profit association founded by the professional from education field (teachers, trainers, academics, branch managers and supervisors, etc). EGECED is a network of schools in Izmir city. The network has different schools such primary, secondaryand vocational schools. EGECED has a broad reach to local schools in primary and secondary level and also cooperation with universities. The objectives association are to gather the professionals who work for the education and youth to do activities on education and youth and to introduce modern applications into education system, to contribute to the development of sustainable interaction between the educators and youth both from our country and foreign countries.


Website: http://www.egeced.org

Eğitim ve Gençlik Çalışmaları (EGECED) is involved in the following projects:

Fatih University
Established in 1996, Fatih University (FU) is one of the earliest and well-established private universities of Turkey. FU offers higher educational studies in more than 40 different areas to its approximately 7400 registered students.
FU is seeking scholarly and scientific solutions to social problems through producing sensitive and useful knowledge to not only humanity but also the environment, while combining local codes of ethics with those of international.

Website: http://turkish.fatih.edu.tr/

Fatih University is involved in the following projects:

Gazi University
Gazi University is one of the few universities whose history dates back to 1920s. Gazi university, which has the honor of being named after Gazi Mustafa Kemal Ataturk and hosting the teachers institute which trained the pioneering teachers of the republic, assumes the mission of training people who have analytical, inquisitory minds with the ability of leading the society under the rapidly changing global conditions and contribute the lifelong education of the country by educating the people who respect the human values and reaching, producing , sharing and converting the knowledge into life.
Website: http://www.gazi.edu.tr/english.php

Gazi University is involved in the following projects:

Governorshıp of Bursa

Governorship of Bursa is a public institution in Bursa which is a branch of Ministry of Interior. All provincial directorates of the city works under the Governorship. There is a governor in the center with 14 vice governors. Each deputy governor is responsible from different provincial directorates of the province. There are 100 staff working in the center and there are staffs working in each town governorate. Governor represents the central government. The scope of work is various like education, health, culture, tourism, social security, police department, technology, etc. In the perspection of the above titles, the main scope of the Governorship is to provide the local development. One of the local development subject is to provide the local manufacturers to provide added value for the provincial development. The first step for this will be the training. This training will include marketing, system management, branding, ICT skills development.


Governorshıp of Bursa is involved in the following projects:

Kayseri Provincial Directorate of National Education
Kayseri Provincial Directorate of National Education is a local authority in the province of Kayseri so it is responsible for examining, planning and carrying out all kind of formal and non-formal educational activities. In addition, it has successfully completed lots of local and EU funded projects. The institution organizes all kind of educational activities and controls all schools. 

Website: http://kayseri.meb.gov.tr

Kayseri Provincial Directorate of National Education is involved in the following projects:

Kırıkkale Turkey, Education Faculty

Kırıkkale University Education Faculty offers B.S. and M.S. degrees in many fields of education. The main aim of the Faculty is to develop the skills and expertise required from teachers in the modern classroom. The practical approach to the development of professional teachers is fully supported by the teacher education courses which emphasize student participation in problem solving, case studies, and developmental work. 


Website: http://www.kku.edu.tr

Kırıkkale Turkey, Education Faculty is involved in the following projects:

Lycée Notre Dame de Sion

Istanbul Notre-Dame de Sion High School has the specificity to teach the Turkish national education programme in the French language. 


Website: http://www.nds.k12.tr

Lycée Notre Dame de Sion is involved in the following projects:

Middle East Technical University (METU)

Middle East Technical University (METU), founded in 1956, is an international research university, which seeks excellence in serving the country, region and the world. The main campus of METU is located in Ankara, while the two other campuses are as follows: Institute of Marine Sciences Campus, Mersin; and Northern Cyprus Campus, Kalkanlı, Güzelyurt, Northern Cyprus. The language of instruction at all METU campuses is English. METU School of Foreign Languages takes the initiative to teach English to students at Preparatory School. There are a total of 40 undergraduate programs in the five faculties of METU, namely Architecture, Arts and Sciences, Economic and Administrative Sciences , Education, and Engineering. There are 159 graduate programs available in the Graduate Schools of Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Informatics, Applied Mathematics and Marine Sciences.With these advantages on hand, METU ranks 279 in the top World University Rankings in Times Higher Education 2011-2012. 

 


Website: http://www.metu.edu.tr/

Middle East Technical University (METU) is involved in the following projects:

Hungary

Europrofessional Hungary EC
Europrofessional Hungary EC is an NGO organisation who works in the fields of education, consulting, research and development. Its mission is close up activity between the European projects and Hungary, matchmaking for Hungarian and European individuals / organizations and projects. Europrofessional Hungary EC trains strategy, project development and foundraising for Schools, SME-s, Tourist and Labour Organizations as well as Town Halls.
Website: http://www.europrof.org/

Europrofessional Hungary EC is involved in the following projects:

Falusi És Agroturizmus Országos Szövetsége
FATOSZ "Falusi és Agroturizmus Országos Szövetsége" has a central office at Budapest and nineteen County Organisations. It represents 1.300 Guest Houses, from where 700 classified and with our members we have a Nationwide activity. FATOSZ cooperate with organisations developing of village and agrotourism as follow: state institutions, local governments, professional NGOs, tourism offices, travel agencies, etc.
Website: http://www.fatosz.eu/

Falusi És Agroturizmus Országos Szövetsége is involved in the following projects:

FILAB - Future Internet Living Lab
FILAB is an organisation bringing together decades of professional experience in planning and implementing small- and large-scale innovation projects aiming to empower innovation potential in co-creation by engaging and involving different stakeholders in the society. As a result, FILAB is a community built upon a network of high-profile professionals from a wide range of industries, government and academia. The engagement of the industry, SMEs, start-ups, research and academic organizations as well as professional interest groups and public administration enables FILAB to promote the widespread use of Future Internet and ICT based applications and services. 
 
 

Website: http://filab.hu/eng/

FILAB - Future Internet Living Lab is involved in the following projects:

Institute for Psychology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
The Institute for Psychology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences carries out basic psychological research both for pure scientific purposes and for direct or indirect application in Hungary.
Research areas cover social, comparative cultural, cognitive and developmental psychology and psychophysiology. Research takes a broad approach to scientific issues, and embraces other branches of science and social science. Institute staff are also engaged in adapting and developing new psychological research methods.
Vocational and basic education at both undergraduate and postgraduate level is another area where Institute staff are active.
Website: http://www.mtapi.hu/index.php?lang=en

Institute for Psychology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences is involved in the following projects:

Kecskemét College
The Kecskemét College was founded in 2000 with the merger of 3 tertiary colleges. As a result of the merger Kecskemét College has become the largest college in the Southern Plain Region with three faculties with different profiles. They are the College of Mechanical Engineering and Automation, the Horticultural Faculty and the Faculty of Teacher Training. The College has approx. 6000 students. Kecskemét College offers BSc and Master programmes. The college has got a lot of international exchange programmes for teachers and students. The Teacher Training Faculty has got a big tradition and it is one of the most modern teacher education colleges with up-to-date facilities. It is a remarkable educational, training and research centre in the South Plain Region with a lot of national and international contacts.

Website: http://www.kefo.hu

Kecskemét College is involved in the following projects:

Magyar Nepfoiskolai Tarsasag
Founded in 1988 the Magyar Nepfoiskolai Tarsasag is a non-profit making national adult learning umbrella organisation of high priority recognised by the Adult Education Act of 101/2001. Magyar Nepfoiskolai Tarsasag operates through 16 regional folk high school centres and has a membership of 146 organisations. The activities of folk high schools in Hungary are diverse ranging from local history, arts and crafts through specialised training for the unemployed including youth, Roma and agricultural workers, community development, active citizenship training, EU studies and basic skills training for functional illiterate adults to computer skills and foreign language teaching.
Website: http://www.nepfoiskola.hu/
International Seminars on European Project Planning and Management It is now possible to enroll in the next editions of the international seminars on:   - European Project Planning - European Project Management - European Projects for Schools  
International Master in European Project Planning and Management The 6th edition of the International Master in European Project Planning and Management is organized in Florence (Italy) between October  2017 and March 2018. The objective of the Master is to provide partici...
New Perspectives in Science Education, International Conference The sixth edition of the international conference  New Perspectives in Science Education  will be held in Florence (Italy) on  16 - 17 March 2017. The objective of the New Per...
International Conference The Future of Education The seventh edition of The Future of Education will be held in Florence, Italy on 8 - 9 June 2017.   The Future of Education conference aims to promote transnational cooperation and share good practice in the ...

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