All projects

Year Contracting organization Title of the project Summary of the project
2001 Information and Image Management Systems, A.S., Barcelona, Spain E/01/B/F/PP-115.685 Creation as reinsertion tool - CREIN Together with the collaboration of SME, organisms specialized in ICT Training, prisoner and ex prisoner accompaniment, "disabled"-public reinsertion and rehabilitation, the project aimed at developing a comprehensive professional insertion itinerary for woman prisoners.
2001 National Institute for Small and medium Enterprises, Romania SOC/12-GR2-2001 Adult’s Education: women and men –a single chance on the labour market – WOM_MEN Main objectives of WOM-MEN: to analyze why a small number of women is promoted as leaders in firms comparing to men and to collect models of good practice and to develop the contents and methods for women education concerning their opportunities on the work market including equal chances for women and men. In this way, the project intends to stimulate adult education institutions to produce courses in adult education, especially in the field of equal chances between women and men to become leaders, adapted to the individual needs of women and men.
2002 Bulgarian-German Vocational Training Center, Pazardjik, Bulgaria SOC/12-GRU2-2002/03 Facilitating access to education in the sphere of IT by means of distance learning - FATE The project aimed at improving the access to computer training by people who need to upgrade their computer skills in order to improve their employability but are facing barriers to mobility. It fosters life-long learning through pooling knowledge and experience among training organizations in the EU and EU applicant member states as well as advances the development of the European dimension in the field of adult education. The project will provide opportunities for trans-national analysis of the specific needs for distance learning in the field of information technologies, the characteristic features of the major distance learning beneficiaries as well as the subjects that are most demanded by them.
2002 Alonso Y Garay, S.L.-ASIMAG, Bilbao, Spain E/02/F/PP-115.797 Improving managing skills for e-commerce – E-COM The main objectives of the project were:
  1. To analyze new economy’s tendencies relating to e-commerce in a European area.
  2. To detect training needs of European SMES’ executives and intermediate leaders at the field of e-commerce.
  3. To increase professional competences of European SMES’ executives and intermediate leaders so they can profit of e-commerce’s advantages.
  4. To develop a semi-autonomous training tool that allows the target collective to access training without special or temporal limits.
  5. To exploit new Technologies of Information’s Society, as well for training as for enterprises, profiting as much as possible of the advantages they offer.
  6. To inform entrepreneurs, public institutions, trade unions, workers, trainers, etc. about importance of developing activities directed to improve abilities of all the new economy’s agents, anticipating the real needs and favoring European economy’s competivity.
2002 Council of Private SME-CNIPMMR, Bucharest, Romania RO/02/B/F/PP-175030/P8 European SMR Pro-Active Manager Project Pro Active Manager concerns Corporate Social Responsibility. Social role of business is immense, greater that at any other time in the past. Consequently, social responsibility of business is becoming greater and greater. The SME Pro-Active Manager project proposal aspires to provide tailored tools for fulfilling the gap between the recommended or desired commitment towards CSR and the existing attitude within SMEs all over Europe. The aim of the project is to foster awareness of owners and managers of SMEs , on the importance of employing innovative methods as tools for reaching a voluntary commitment towards CSR. The project outcome will be an European model of the SME Pro-Active manger, accompanied by the training tools and promotion materials to transform common SMEs managers into SME Pro-Active Managers.
2003 Gesellschaft fur Unternehmens beratung mbH D/03/B/F/PP-146061 EMOP – Empowering Employees to Manage their Outplacement Process The objective of the EMOP project is the development and implementation of an innovative tool for outplacement counseling. It will contribute to the Leonardo program goals A: “Improvement of qualifications and competences… to foster employability…” as well as goal B: “… life-long learning to strengthen the adaptability for technological and organizational change”.
2003 Mediazioni p.s.c.a.r.l., Italy 110697-CP-1-2003-1-IT-MINERVA-M POCODIMA- Positive Conflict and Difference Management The project aims to build up interactive and re-usable e-learning modules, to give an adult audience (especially trainers and front office operators) conceptual and emotional tools for positive conflict and diversity management.
2003 COFAC-Cooperativa de Formacao E Animacao Cultural, Portugal PT/03/C/F/TH-92202 CUPCAP The project created a training action that prevents violence directed to teachers and professional trainers of the young adults. The training action had three modules (sexual and physical violence, psychological violence, economic and social violence) that will be determinate from the life histories of 15 individuals of the five partners countries.
2004 COFIMP-Consortium for the Training of SME, Bologna, Italy I/04/B/F/LA-154059 CITIES-Creating Information and Language Tools to Improve Enterprises’ Safety Awareness The project aimed at improving the linguistic skills of workers to ensure a higher professional growth and to enable work mobility.
2004 Instituto Formutua, S.L.U., Madrid, Spain E/04/B/F/PP-149194 Internet Training Portal on Security and Safety at Work for Workers with Difficult Access to Continuing Training The project’s goal was to give adequate response to the lack of appropriate training to workers regarding Safety and Health at Work issues. This need is stressed out when analyzing training needs of SME and SOHO’s workers. These segments present particularly low levels of training in most countries, and thus we face a situation in which employers cannot usually comply with the obligations set up in this respect by the Council Directive 89/391/CEE. Moreover, this insufficient level of training results in high levels of accidents at work amongst workers of small organizations. On the other hand, the proposal also deals with the need of harmonization in Safety and Health at Work training in Europe.
2004 RECIF, Paris, France F/04/B/F/PP-151151 JANUS-The Intercultural Dimension for the benefit of Vocational Training in Enterprises The project was focused on the aspects of multiculturalism in educational environments. The main objective was to create an online system which allowed to determine training participants expectations and thus made the necessary modifications in the methods and procedures for its implementation. The system was based on the culture dimensions defined by G. Hofstede. During system creation the distance of power, individualism and collectivism, masculinity and femininity, uncertainty avoidance and long-and short-term orientation was taken into consideration. System was based and programmed on this classification. It was useful in identifying behaviors, preferences and desired ways of communication with mixed culture groups. As created tool it helped with training planning for target groups. The system was tested in the partner countries and widely disseminated.
2004 Seinajoki Polytechnik, Finland FIN_04/B/F/LA-160510 Foreign Language Communication on e-Commerce Web Sites Languages for e-Commerce" is a web based tool produced by a multi-national team. "Languages for e-Commerce" is for anyone wishing to develop their skills in web communication for doing business in a foreign language (English, Spanish or German). Web pages are a cost-effective information and advertising channel for businesses of all sizes. Even small companies can make their operations, services and products known worldwide on the Web.
2004 European Educational and Development Association, Athens, Greece EL/04/B/F/PP-148258 Alternative Forms of Occupation-continuing vocational training in agricultural regions The main idea of the project was to develop an appropriate model to use for continuing vocational training in bio-agriculture and tourism and to establish respective small enterprises and cooperatives in order to help agricultural regions grow steadily. The project will be based on the combined use of new information and IT with the operation of a Mobile Educational Unit (MEU) in any country, as a tool towards the realization of our proposal’s aims.
2004 International Institute for Managing Diversity, Wien, Austria 04/GR2/04-0079/P1 Exchange of experiences and best practices of intercultural trainings-core elements and culture-specific requirements Main target of the project was the intercultural exchange of intercultural training contents, core-elements and culture specifics. It is important to figure out the national, culture-specific understanding of intercultural trainings, the correlating needs and demands as well as the culture-specific interactivity with the participating trainees. Project compared the country-specific intercultural trainings from Austria, Poland and Latvia with each other and to work out this comparison with national analysis of existing trainings, the work out of a country-specific intercultural training ( in English language) in each partner country.
2004 Fundación Comarcal de Valdeorras, Spain ES/04/B/F/PP-149184 Gender Experts-A Professional Profile for the Equality of Opportunities The project developed a training method able to train a professional qualification as “Gender Experts”, by fostering the young and women participants’ competences and aptitudes in the field of Equal Opportunities. It promoted and to fostered participants qualification so that their back participation in society (specially the disadvantages and the rural realm women) can revert in a better Equality or Opportunities and best quality of life.
2005 The Camara de Comercio e Industria de Alava, Vitoria-Gasteiz. Spain ES/05/B/F/PP-149320 AGORA-Integrated Learning System to Develop Innovative Professional Competences in the Urban Sector The main objective of project AGORA is to develop innovative competences in retail urban commerce as a source of long-lasting competitive advantages. The partnership will create and validate transnationally an integrated system of programmed learning supported on the NTIC to develop these competences in retail urban commerce.
2005 The La Federacion Vizcaina de Empreseas del Metal, Bilbao, Spain ES/05/B/F/PP-149326 Training Links for SME Transnational Partnership “Training Links for SME” was developed to create bridges and set more intense links between the qualification systems and the models of enterprise management in the European metal sector. The aim of the project is to develop and start tools encouraging knowledge and the use of the Professional Qualification Systems by the people in charge of the human resource of the small and medium sized companies in the metal sector. It is also aimed at the improvement of these training systems by means of the active participation of the companies.
2005 FAR, Belgium VS/2005/0674 INTEGRA – Integration of Disabled People on the Normal Labour Market INTEGRA is a project with the objective of integrating the disabled persons into the ordinary labour market. Its double objective is to contribute to the breaking the obstacles disabled workers encounter to access an ordinary job and to make see disabled-person employment as a positive factor for the enterprise. For more information:
2006 Groupement D’Interret Public Formation De L’Academie De Rennes, Rennes, France FR/06/B/P/PP-152566 SME ICT Learning The project aims at sharing and valorising the experience of innovative vocational training practice on a European scale thus involving people in charge of industrial SME, trainers from training centres and other agents of further and vocational training in each of the partner countries.
2006 Universidad Politecnica De Madrid, Spain 225949-CP-1- 2005-1- GR-GRUNDTVIG - G1PP. Agrinet The project created of a standard for the development of agricultural education programmes – through the integration of the partners’ know-how and experience in the final product – in order to promote the lifelong education and training in agricultural issues (organic farming, rural tourism).
2007 ANJAF – Associação Nacional de Jovens para a Acção Familiar, Potrugal LLP-LDV/TOI/2007/PT/12 Family Responsible Organization FRO Curriculum meets the need for increased professional qualifications amongst teachers and trainers in VET within the field of gender equality and reconciliation policies in Portugal and other EU member states. Increased qualifications will enable teachers and trainers to offer adequate training for enterprises focusing on management systems for gender equality and Family Responsible Organisations (FRO).
2007 Instituto Tecnológico de Aragón, Spain ES/07/LLP-LdV/TOI/149012 MISS: Management of Innovation through Social Software and Collaborative learning The aim of the MISS project is to promote the culture of innovation in the countries which make up the partnership and transfer of knowledge and experiences among students and others target groups about the management innovation in Europe. Therefore its necessary to disseminate the project outputs at national and European conferences and to connect MISS with other projects.
2007 IFCIL SAS, France LLP-LdV-TOI-2007-FR-031 14 key points to manage an activity by quality (QOW+) 14 key points method to help owners and managers to spread out the efficiency in company quality policy.
2007 Centro Studie Formazione Villa Montesca, Italy 135285-LLP-1-2007-1-IT-KA3-KA3MP PATCH WORLD Project PATCH WORLD concerns how the new technologies impact on families life: the role of ICTs in relationships between parents and children, and between the family and the community. In the first phase partners of the Project have carried out survey on the impact of New Technologies in family life in Europe. Aim of the survey was to discover the range of activities undertaken through ICT both across households and within the families. Aim of the second phase of the project was to develop a learning community of children and parents involving all together on the use of Web applications and tools to present their family and its context.
2007 Asociación Aragonesa de Entidades Locales, Spain 2007-3756/005-001 EMANZIPAR The project wanted to reach young people who live in rural areas and make them conscious of belonging to the European Union. Objectives: - Promote the active European citizenship of the young people through equal opportunities and the fight against gender violence; - Spread the existing initiatives; - Favor the European cooperation; - Facilitate the participation of invalid young people in the programme.
2008 La Form’action André Renard, Belgium LLP-LdV-TOI-2008-BE2/06 OULEAS Development of a e-learning tool for better learning for deaf and hearing impaired to increase their chances of integration in the workplace.
2008 Universitat Munster, Germany DE/08/LLP-LdV/TOI/147122/2008 Communication for Cross-border Emergency Services - CTCES The CTCES project aims to support people from the emergency services in the acquisition of the language s in general, and -- also as an incentive -- the one spoken across their border first. The application of new technologies will introduce innovation and new ways of language acquisition and cultural understanding.
2008 SAS AFEC, France 2008-1-FR1-GRU06-00267 3 T-PICAL T-PICAL international partnership aims at the improvement of the professional skills of trainers in order to help adults learners developing intercultural, social and professional competences so they are more adaptable to the changing society and moreover-to the requirements of the European labour market. Participants in the development of this project are organizations from France, Bulgaria, Poland, Italy and Portugal.
2009 Tampere Adult Education Centre, Finland 2009-1-FI1-LEO05-01589 VALODI Valorization of Diversity Skills, ValoDi is a two-year project for identifying and developing management professionals', teachers', trainers' and workplace instructors' diversity skills and competence in different themes in diversity and diversity management. It is a transfer of innovation project following the work accomplished in Tools for diversity (TforD, LdV/DoI 2006-2008).
2009 Cankiri Karatekin University,Turkey 2009-RT1-LEO05-08660 RURWOMBACK Nowadays, a great effort is being made by the national vocational training systems to adapt themselves to the specific characteristics of each target group, as to cope with the peculiar and specific conditions and needs of every group. That is the case for rural women that have no or obsolete skills and competences or after leaving totally or partially the labour market, due to family responsibilities, wish to re –enter the labour market, but find their competences and skills obsolete. Considered as a specific target group, they need training actions and programmes adapted to their needs and characteristics. the goal of the project is to propose, starting with the transnational analysis of the target group and of the current PVT systems, a number of specific methodological adaptations, making reference to programming, planning, managing and development of training activities, as well as vocational guidance.
2009 Spanish Confederation of Training Centres (CECE Granada), Spain 2009-1-ES1-LEO04-09683 6 Motivation and Discipline in Schools The subject of this project is to present the innovative approach in resolving conflicts in schools and classrooms, creating a safer atmosphere, more productive lesson environment based on making "Peaceable Classrooms". This model represents classroom and school as communities of care and respect, where we underline 6 important topics: cooperation, communication, emotional expression, responsible decision-making, appreciation of diversity, and conflict resolution. This approach will be based on the teacher¿s own experiences and will be tested on the schools that take part in the creation of the project.
2009 Saarland University, Germany 2009-1-IT2-GRU06-06451 5 Adults Learn in Family The purpose of the partnership is a more in depth view and exchange of experiences between partners on topics such as how to be part of the family, how to be good parents, the use and the diffusion of new ICT technologies and family learning, as well as the dialogue between generations. The main objective of the partnership is to observe the family environment and define its educative potential in connection with the specific themes defined by each partner. The problem to be solved is that of the generation gap and of the changes families have undergone from being an environment for the growth of its younger members to a ground for confrontation and strained relations created by the ever widening gap between the actors.
2010 IFCIL, France EC LLP programme Leonardo da Vinci action Transfer of Innovation. “ORNKSM „ - Operating Room Nurses Key Skills Management. The project (Operating Room Nurse Key Skill Management) was an European project based on two points: firstly on the highly operational and innovative approach that IFCIL, a consulting French company has designed with German, Spanish and Hungarian partners for organizations and companies with important quality stakes: Key Skill Management and secondly on the observation that operating room nurses practice a profession calling on their skills and requiring them to be constantly up to scratch in a very high risk environment.
2011 Project is financed by EC LLP programme Leonardo da Vinci action Transfer of Innovation. ECOPLANTA – Promoting biological control methods In agriculture through the transfer of innovative tools and skills. Ecoplanta is here to support, improve, enhance, upgrade and advance the skills and competences of farmers and agricultural workers in organic plant protection. More information on:
2011 Zaragosa University, Spain Project is financed by EC LLP programme ERASMUS. 100MIRRORS-Tools for the motivation of enterprising women. This project aims to improve the situation by developing a line of communication, the website, in which women entrepreneurs in the participating countries will showcase their experiences, skills, abilities, limitations and difficulties they had to undertake, but also how they succeeded in improving their lives being a leader in different areas, trying to share with others the spirit of entrepreneurship and self-motivation.
2011 Project is financed by EC LLP programme Key Activity 3 ICT Network. THIS IS IT – Facilitating and fostering digital competence through volunteers Because digital and web literacy have rapidly become fundamental for individuals in a knowledge-based society and as essential as knowing how to read and write. However, not everyone has the necessary survival tools in the digital era, especially people in risk groups. In some EU countries over 50% of the population has still never used the internet. It concerns all of us! Developing learners’ ICT skills is an important aspect of tackling social and economic exclusion, and bridging the digital divide. ICT is increasingly becoming a popular way for people to acquire skills, and ICT training can also encourage people to develop their literacy, language and numerical skills.
2011 Project is financed by EC LLP programme GRUNDVIG Learning Partnerships. SOPHIE – Developing women’s skills for the future labour market Labour market forecasts point out that the future labour market will require new skills and the qualification levels, and demand will be higher. For this reason, women should act now, through means of innovative guidance systems. This will enable improved access to the future labour market whilst avoiding the skill mismatch.
2012 Project is financed by EC LLP programme Leonardo da Vinci action Transfer of Innovation. BIOTRANSF-Transfer of methodology for training about bio-mass production and its implementation. The general objective of BIOTRANSF project is to enhance and innovate the lifelong training of professionals working in the environmental sector, by transferring the experience developed by the project promoter in Spain to other European Countries, paying special attention to professional women.
2012 Project is financed by EC LLP programme Leonardo da Vinci Learning Partnerships. VOcational Intereuropean Learning needs & Aspects for SMEs VOILA in fact focuses on the exchange of experience and the provision of solutions to improve the relationship between VET organizations and labor market.
2012 EC LLP programme Leonardo da Vinci action Transfer of Innovation. OTOD The overall aim of this project was to identify and priority which will support companies to: get address the crisis, adapt to innovative production systems and the industrial competitiveness in Europe, and manage the risk in business especially to the environment, social responsibility and gender plan.
2013 EC LLP programme Leonardo da Vinci action Transfer of Innovation European Supported Employment Specialist-ESES The Supported Employment Specialist (SES) helps people with disabilities to enter training, the labour market and stay employed. He/she assesses skills and residual work capability (also with the help of specialized personnel such as psychologists, work analysts, etc), helps the person to select a training course or a job coherent with skills, aspirations and residual work capability, finds and contacts firms and organizations suitable for job placements, arrange for vocational training, helps to overcome possible difficulties when in training or job.
2013 Project is financed by EC LLP programme Grundtvig Learning Partnerships. Engaging Disadvantaged Parents to Acquire Parenting Skills This project intended to involve all the factors in children's education, but first of all the parents from disadvantaged backgrounds to succeed to optimize their relationship with them.
2013 Project is financed by EC LLP programme Leonardo da Vinci Learning Partnerships. Developing online guidance tools to facilitate women to enter ICT sector-GIRLS GO IT This project was needed because of the real problem in the ICT industry to recruit professionals, both male and female. The number of young people studying and choosing careers in ICT is decreasing and is not keeping up with a growing demand. The EU Digital Agenda for Europe (DAE) in Pillar VI : Enhancing digital literacy, skills and inclusion, underlines in one of the actions to increase participation of women in the ICT workforce. About Girls Go IT Project
2013 EC LLP programme Leonardo da Vinci action Transfer of Innovation. Training for entrepreneurship, improving the women's employment-WOMENT The main objective of the project is to train unemployed women in the EU countries in the field of entrepreneurship and self-employment, so that they can successfully face the process of becoming autonomous and entrepreneurs.
2014 Erasmus+ RECAR-Casebook for Career Counsellors for People with Disabilities In the Recar project, a casebook was produced for counsellors and trainers of counsellors. The casebook confronts learners with a set of questions: are there some recognizable, “generalizable” challenges in supporting people with disabilities? What are the barriers to the labour market and to education and training?