A team of organisations from across France, Poland, Greece, United Kingdom and Finland
GIP-FCIP de Normandie
Glasgow Clyde College
GIP-FCIP de Normandie
GIP-FCIP de Normandie take part in the definition and implementation of the education authority's policy in the field of vocational training in conjunction with the related stakeholders. Regarding its mission linked to the ongoing training of adults, GIP-FCIP de Normandie conduct, coordinate and stimulate strategies in the different economic fields regionally and locally through the GRETA network.
The GRETA network depending on Caen and Rouen education authority is made up of 7 different organizations representing about 300 training campuses and trained more than 25 000 trainees in 2017. These trainees attended short upskilling trainings/modules, training actions related to social and vocational inclusion but also long trainings leading to certifications and diplomas. GIP FCIP de Normandie, is a department of the head-office of State Education in Normandy. It enables public educational institutions, initial or ongoing, to develop projects, design pedagogical materials.
36,6 Competence Centre
(based in Lodz, POLAND)
Is an umbrella institution gathering professionals from many fields establishing interdisciplinary Experts Zone for the local development through international experience exchange. It was established in 2011 by professionals with academic background and experience in EU projects since 1999. We provide non-formal education along with guidance and counselling support to numerous target groups.
Activities performed by 36.6 Competence Centre/ What We Do:
Developing e-learning solutions
VLE (Virtual Learning Environment) covering: training content development and adaptation
(authoring tools: Captivate, Articulate Storyline, iSpring, iseazy), educational films production, e-learning frameworks & communication, vocabulary tools (Moodle, MOOC, Joomla, Edmodo, Quizlet);
Vocational guidance, counselling, coaching (ICC-International Coaching Community licence)
Trainings, workshops, seminars, conferences
Publications with Polish Erasmus + Agency on ECVET
Research and analysis
Project management and evaluation
Deliverance of soft skills & empowerment workshops
Literacy & numeracy courses for adults
Provision of internship programmes
Conducting eco-awareness campaigns
Experts’ Panel for ECORYS Poland
Recently we’ve been focused on the following issues: little scale urban trade, migrants & refugees, lone parenthood, renewable energy sources, chemical industry, primary & secondary education, labour market, beneficiary outcomes tracking, hospitality industry, basic skills (literacy, numeracy), European literature, scientific subjects promotion, truck-drivers sector, guerrilla method in language learning, gender equality, drama in adult education, multilingual strategies and tools for teachers to promote an inclusive education, circular economy, 4.0.Industry, ICT based evaluation methodology to assess the social impact of work-linked training, social media addiction, integration of people with disabilities into the labour market, support for people with dementia and Alzhaimer’s communities, immigrants’ languages and dictionaries, vocational preparation of youth with emigrational background, audio-visual communication.
EXELIA EE is a company in Greece with experienced personnel that has a long time presence as a soft skills training team. Recently, the company has amplified its activities’ spectrum, involving the design and development of educational and training games, and vocational training for social skills with innovative technologies, focused on game-based learning. EXELIA specialises in using ICT as an enabling factor for innovation in education, developing advanced educational software and material such as MOOCs, Open Educational Resources (OERs) and game-based pedagogies.
EXELIA’s scope of work also includes the implementation and management of research activities, the development of know-how and methodologies for managing research and development projects, and the provision of services in order to improve research capacities in the public and private sector. EXELIA collaborates with major telecommunications and banking organisations in Greece and in the EU (both private and public), deploying innovative, custom-tailored pilot services and applications.
EXELIA’s mission includes the pursuit of innovation and the consolidation of new methodologies, the improvement of the educational capital of the client organisation in a sustainable manner (i.e. development of reusable materials such as customised games), and the quality support of goods and services provided by the client organisation. The staff and members of EXELIA comprise an interdisciplinary team of researchers, trainers & educators, ICT professionals, consultants, and managerial as well as administrative executives.
PRODEO supports companies in all industrial sectors in their transformation by using appropriate digital tools. To this end, PRODEO deploys advanced digital techniques to serve the immediate needs of production sites. PRODEO brings out digital projects and rapidly expresses the expressions of needs with the operational teams of the manufacturer.
The digitisation of production sites generates new usages and their potentials and impacts are still underestimated.
This digital transformation enables manufacturers to increase operational efficiency, rethink business models, improve user experiences and introduce new products or services.
PRODEO offers a dozen products designed to meet the different needs of manufacturers, such as software tools for management, fluidification of the supply chain, recognition of geometric conformity of finished products, etc.
Born in Normandy, PRODEO’s ambition is to become the French reference for digitalization in the industry.
Glasgow Clyde College
Glasgow Clyde College is a multi-campus college with three sites based in Glasgow (West, Northwest and South) and the West of Scotland. One of Scotland’s largest further education institutions, the College was formed in August 2013 following the merger of 3 Glasgow Colleges; Anniesland, Cardonald and Langside. The college is home to over 17,000 full-time students and over 8,000 part-time students, our aim is to help students and learners achieve more and open doors to employment.
The college has many years of industrial experience and provides exceptional teaching standards, delivered in modern facilities across 4 Faculties including Engineering Computing and Build Environment; Access and Continuing Learning; Creative and Cultural Industrial Industries, Business Development and Finance; Health and Well-Being; Humanities and General Education. We have 1000+ Staff.
Glasgow Clyde provides a full Modern Apprenticeship programme supporting around 100 local employers in the Engineering. Energy and Digital sectors working in partnership with our local, national and international companies such as Rolls Royce, BES Systems, Aggreko and a host of smaller industrial employers. Glasgow Clyde College through its work with SCQF and SQA are part of the team taking LLL forward and will use contacts with these bodies to enhance the project and develop a best practice along with the framework of training and report on market needs.
We currently have developed over 3000 programmes of VLE delivery on the Moodle 2 Platform and through new VLE 4.0 Digital Training and Partnership working we can reach a wider audience of industrial companies and trainees in the broader Engineering sector.
Omnia, the Joint Authority of Education in Espoo Region is a multi-sector education provider that offers upper secondary vocational education and training as well as apprenticeship training for young people and adults, general upper secondary education, youth workshop training as well as non-formal education courses.
Omnia offers flexibility to combine study and leisure activities into meaningful entities for different learners of all ages. Omnia has an important role in developing vocational education and training on regional, national and international level through its wide partner networks.
Omnia is owned by the municipalities of Espoo, Kauniainen and Kirkkonummi. Omnia has approx. 40 000 learners and 860 professionals that work with them in various tasks.
InnoOmnia is an active regional innovation and development centre that provides services for working life and for entrepreneurs, innovative learning solutions and development projects together with students, teachers and its wide partner networks.
The Digital Learning Solutions Team acts as a support team for the entire Omnia staff in making the digital leap and engaging them in the use of digital tools as part of their teaching. The team consists of digital learning experts that take part in a number of national and international projects aiming at developing new learning solutions focusing on effective pedagogical use of ICT as part of i.e. on-the job learning, work-based learning, taking education outside to the world of work and entrepreneurial learning and teaching methods. Entrepreneurship and employment are key themes aligning all development activities of InnoOmnia and the Digital Learning Solutions Team.