P1. IEKEP (Institute of Training and Vocational Guidance), Greece – Coordinator
Institute of Training & Vocational Guidance (IEKEP) founded in 1990, is a private non-profit organization, functioning in the region of Attica as an accredited vocational training center (No 12101107 by Greek Ministry of Employment). IEKEP has over 20 years of expertise in Vocational Guidance (more than 600 vocational training programmes/over 200.000 hours of vocational training/over 12.000 trainees) as well as administration, audit and management procedures. Its function complies with the relevant administrative framework set by the Greek state, including an integrated monitoring and evaluation system running through all its activities.
P2. IASIS NGO, Greece
“IASIS” is non-governmental, non-profit organization active in the field of Social Inclusion, Mental Health and De-institutionalization, which actively participates in the psychiatric reform promoted by the Ministry of Health and Social Solidarity and the European Union. Organization’s main objective is to provide psychosocial support and education to people who either belong to the range of or are at risk of exclusion, and to adult learners in the humanitarian field.
P3. ITG Conseil, France
ITG is a profit limited company, which aim is to contribute to the local socio-economic development working, at a national and international level, in the area of research and training and providing technical assistance for public Institutions, private organizations and the private social sector. Existing today throughout the French territory with more than 3000 consultants, the Group ITG since 1996 acknowledged expert in all areas of consulting, study and training. It has developed, for its consultants ITG tailor-made services such as expertise and experience in the field of training, lifelong learning and management within France, Europe and at international level.
P4. BFE (Business Foundation for Education), Bulgaria
Business Foundation for Education (BFE) is a Bulgarian non-government organization, established in 2005 to act in public interest. Its mission is to facilitate the development of the civil society through initiatives that enhance human resource competitiveness and contribute to economic development and prosperity. To achieve its goals the Foundation implements variety of projects focused in the fields of lifelong learning, guidance counselling, employment and social policy, vocational education and youth work. The Foundation is a recognized leader in the field of lifelong learning and career guidance in Bulgaria.
ISQ is a private, non-profit and independent technological institution founded in 1965, currently running operations in more than 40 countries across the world (EU, Eastern Europe, Africa, Americas and Asia), offering its experience in technical inspections, technical assistance for engineering projects, consultancy services and training activities, supported by transversal research and development activities and by 16 accredited laboratories. ISQ has presently about 1000 collaborators around the world – 800 in Portugal – being the biggest Portuguese technological infrastructure and the second biggest VET player in Portugal, with branches in all Portuguese regions.
FVA is an Italian SME operating since 1990 in the field of new media communication and advanced ICT for research and organizations contexts. Since 1998 FVA is involved in EU co-financed research projects as technical partner specialized in Games and Gamification solutions, HCI and interface design; ICT solutions for learning, health, social innovation and security; 3d design and animation; dissemination material creation. Together with a deep technical expertise we can provide to projects a strong internal experience in psychology, creativity and learning and a deep knowledge of management of EC research projects.
P7. CSI (Center for Social Innovation LTD), Cyprus
Centre for Social Innovation (CSI) is a Research and Development organization which focuses on fostering social innovation that can bring about a positive change to local, national, regional and global entities. These entities include but are not limited to governments, local administrative agencies, non for profit agencies, commercial entities, and educational institutions. CSI team is composed of open-minded, fully equipped researchers, entrepreneurs, project managers, trainers and Information Technology Developers. CSI encompasses the capability and capacity to identify social needs, design and implement adjusted initiatives and project and provide for sustainable growth.