Partners

Syntra West

Syntra West is a private not for profit training organisation. For more than 10 years Syntra West has been active, both as contractor and partner, in European projects. Syntra’s project office on average coordinates about 20 projects with national, European, bilateral or international funding. Over the years, Syntra has successfully achieved over 100 projects. One thing they focus on is the transfer of knowledge and expertise in the field of independent entrepreneurship and learning entrepreneurship; another focus is realising projects of a high innovative content; new methodologies, tools and the content of training that will take place during the normal ‘operation’ of the training institute in favour of the KMO’s, the independents and prospective independents in Flanders.



Petroc

Petroc is Devon’s leading general Further Education (FE) College in the South West region of the United Kingdom. Petroc provides a range of academic and vocational opportunities to students of all ages. Although the main campuses are based in the rural towns of Barnstaple and Tiverton Petroc are actively involved in training across the South West region, nationally throughout the United Kingdom and internationally through European funded projects and connections with manufacturers. Petroc is currently involved in several projects, in particular the European Social Fund and the Leonardo da Vinci programme (part of the Lifelong Learning Programme).



 

Stichting pro Work

Pro Work is a not for profit organization with experience in regional, national and international partnership projects. Currently, Pro Work is partner in

·         the Interreg IV project ‘Cover IT’ (The Netherlands and Flanders/Belgium)

·         the Leonardo da Vinci projects ‘Energy+’ and Train Frame

·         a twinning project of the UTSN funds The Netherlands-Suriname: ‘Coaches @ Work’.

In addition Pro Work participates in different projects within the Lifelong Learning Programme of the EU and ESF-EQUAL projects.




 

CST/CAT-CH

CAT-CH (Centre for Assistive Technology - Compensating Handicap) is an initiative of the NPO CST (Computers at School and at Home). The centre coaches people with disabilities, their families, teachers, carers etc. in the use of ICT solutions by means of individual coaching, train-the-trainer sessions and raising awareness. CAT-CH thereby increases the chances of inclusion, for people with a disability, in education and into employment. Furthermore CAT-CH has a range of Assistive Technology products in the premises of CST. Sessions can therefore be illustrated with real, practical examples where visitors can try the different aids to get familiar with them.



 

JKVG/EMPOWER Vzw.

NPO JKVG/Empower also has a range of experience with European projects. For example the Interreg III project ‘Empower’. This project consists of two ‘windows’:

one for individuals with a physical handicap, to teach them to communicate smoothly and to behave confidently withpotential employers, colleagues and supporting services.

A second ‘window’ is active to support employment and empowered activities for handicapped clients.


 

Scalda

Scalda is an institution for vocational and adult education.  As a link between schools for pre-vocational secondary education on the one hand, and the job market and institutes for higher education on the other, Scalda is a key player in the region.  Scalda consists of nine highly autonomous educational units, offering a wide range of programs within the fields of engineering, IT, health, social work, business, leisure and hospitality, sports, shipping and transport. Scalda serves over 12,000 students with a wide range of backgrounds, ambitions and abilities. Scalda is a natural partner in projects aimed at unlocking student potential, helping young people develop into able professionals through programs that are well adapted to the needs of the various industries and professions. Scalda is an institution for vocational and adult education. As a link between schools for pre-vocational secondary education on the one hand, and the job market and institutes for higher education on the other, Scalda is a key player in the region. Scalda consists of nine highly autonomous educational units, offering a wide range of programs within the fields of engineering, IT, health, social work, business, leisure and hospitality, sports, shipping and transport. Scalda serves over 12,000 students with a wide range of backgrounds, ambitions and abilities. Scalda is a natural partner in projects aimed at unlocking student potential, helping young people develop into able professionals through programs that are well adapted to the needs of the various industries and professions.

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