ENAIP Piemonte is the largest vocational training provider in the Piedmont region, with 330 employees and nearly one thousand experts, and represents a reference point for the development of human capital in the regional territory. It is a non-profit association, which operates at a national and international level, with initiatives addressed to youngsters, workers and companies, and has been legally recognized since 1961. ENAIP Piemonte operates in the regional territory with a general direction and 16 vocational training centres, each equipped with new generation classrooms, technical and innovative laboratories, workshops for practical activities, spaces for guidance initiatives, outdoor spaces for recreational activities and meetings.
Training courses and guidance activities are provided to diversified target groups: youngsters, unemployed and employed adults, foreigners and individuals with disabilities or fewer opportunities. Each project is created with two key elements: professionalism and reliability, and with a focus on integration and equal opportunities.
ENAIP Piemonte also participates in several international projects, as coordinator or partner, and since 2016 it has been awarded with the “Erasmus Plus VET Mobility Charter” to design and manage high quality transnational mobility actions.
Each year 500 training courses are delivered to different target groups and in line with the labour market needs; 6.500 beneficiaries are trained and achieve qualifications which help them enter the labour market
die Berater Unternehmensberatungs GmbH
Wipplingerhauptstraße 32 23-25
1010 Wien, Austria
Contact Person: Christoph Grandits
+43 1 532 45 45 1129
“die Berater” Unternehmensberatungs GmbH focuses on adult education vocational training and human resources development. Founded in 1998 by Martin Röhsner, die Berater® now employs 350 people in over 40 locations throughout Austria, with additional centres in Slovakia, Slovenia, and Bulgaria.
Our services are aimed at private individuals, national and international companies and organizations in all sectors and of any size, as well as the public sector. die Berater’s main fields of activities are: Adult education, Outplacement and EU Projects.
Tradigenia is an organisation that offers support services to the management and ownership of companies. Tradigenia is a consulting boutique where collaborate senior professionals, specialised in different areas of knowledge. Operates in the market since 2000, has worked since then with relevant companies and organisations from inside and outside of our country. Tradigenia provides to their clients with Business Education. Consultancy Services and Interim Management. At European level, Tradigenia is an active member of the European Network «EURORESO», and has been involved in 9 European projects during the last three years.
At the national, regional and local level, Tradigenia cooperates on a regular basis with different organisations and institutions and have established working networks that can be used for the dissemination of the results and products of the projects. Tradigenia, apart from its core competencies, can perform research and quality assurance activities with the highest quality standards.
MTU (Munster Technological University, Tralee)
Contact person: Dr Kristin Brogan
Lecturer in German, Intercultural Communication & EU Project Coordinator
Department of Social Sciences
MTU, North Campus, Tralee, Co. Kerry, Ireland
+ 353 66 7191 902
Munster Technological University is a multi-campus technological university, contributing to the region through the provision of academic programmes that support student development and opportunities, education and research. MTU has an extensive and impressive regional footprint with six campuses across the South-West region in Cork and Kerry, a student body of 18,000, offering more than 140 programmes and with numerous links with colleges worldwide. The aim of MTU is to provide education and research opportunities for career-focused learners and to develop long term partnerships with industry and community. Through partnering with industry and community, MTU will seek out dynamic cross-sector relationships with start-ups,
innovators and industry leading companies. MTU will continue to invest in the future with state-of-the-art research, education, enterprise, cultural and sports facilities.
The Institute also has a number of research centres in the following areas:
• Centre for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development
• Shannon Applied Biotechnology Centre
• Irish Academy of Hospitality & Tourism
• Intelligent Mechatronics and RFID
• UNESCO Chair in Inclusive Physical Education, Sport, Fitness and Recreation
In addition, the Tom Crean Business Incubation Centre (creancentre.com) plays a key role in fostering and developing the entrepreneurial mindset as part of the innovative ecosystem of the Institute of Technology Tralee and where successful start-ups can move to the Kerry Technology Park (https://www.shannonproperties.ie/property/kerry-technology-park/) who share our 113 acre North Campus. The MTU has participated in a number of EU and national programmes as a partner and as the Applicant. The MTU staff has many national and international networks that would be suitable to disseminate the core ideas of this project. It is also not discipline specific which will make piloting and dissemination easier.
The Institute of Entrepreneurship Development (iED) is a research organization committed to the promotion of innovation and the enhancement of the entrepreneurial spirit. By recognizing entrepreneurship as a crucial factor for the development and cohesion of societies, we develop research and are in a position to provide innovative solutions that facilitate the growth of healthy entrepreneurship and promote employment. In order to achieve our goal, we adopt an anthropocentric approach and cooperate with social, academic and business partners from all over the world, aiming at producing and transferring know how, promoting entrepreneurial culture and enhancing the effectiveness and viability of enterprises.
Our activities are based on the premise that enterprises and particularly SMEs are the backbone of European economies and therefore constitute a significant factor in the attempt to reduce unemployment and lead to a wider social prosperity.
VIFIN is a knowledge and research centre at the Municipality of Vejle. We work to create, disseminate and mainstream good practice on integration and social development at the local, regional, national and international levels.
The Municipality established the Resource Centre for Integration (VIFIN) in 2002 to create a resource centre that collects and processes knowledge on integration of ethnic minorities and also develops and implements integration projects and activities.
Within the field of integration, VIFIN’s core competence is development of digital material for learning Danish as a second language. Within the field VIFIN develops Educational Games and Virtual Reality experiences Over the years, our competencies have expanded and today go beyond integration and language learning, and include smart learning and pedagogical innovation with digital tools in general.
We also work with projects and activities on smart city, resilience and sustainability.
VIFIN sources its funding for projects and activities from the European Union, Danish ministries and from income-generating activities. We see ourselves as a combination of resource centre, project organisation and consultancy agency.
In Vejle Municipality’s organizational structure, VIFIN is located under the Department for Education and Learning.
Pressure Line Visual and Creative Communications has core competences in development of communication and dissemination strategies, research and marketing, creation of corporate identities, web design, multimedia projects, developing and designing of various materials.
Pressure Line works mainly for governmental organizations, regional and local authorities, educational and cultural institutions and welfare organizations.
As a result of a long-year participation in projects funded under EU-programs, Pressure Line has gained solid experience in project coordination and has been a (lead) partner in several successful European projects. It is focused on developing innovative products and tools for gaining specific skills and improving social inclusion.