Dacorum Council For Voluntary Service
Dacorum CVS (working name Community Action Dacorum) is an NGO based in Hemel Hempstead, UK and delivers at a local level a range of services to meet the needs of local community groups and individuals, these include: Support 4 Dacorum, Creative Learning, Mobility Services, Shopmobility, Community Transport, Connect Dacorum, Herts Interpreting and Translation Service, Radio Dacorum, The Repair Shed, Building Better opportunities project. The activities at a local level provide the base of expertise to engage in a range of European trans-national projects. Engaging in projects funded through Erasmus+, Europe for Citizens, European Social Fund, Lifelong Learning Programme and Youth in Action. We are accredited for EVS as a host and send organisation, have been active in the field of senior volunteering. We have experience as a lead partner on large-scale projects around language interpreting and migration, as well as being a partner in projects supporting youth, adults and people with disabilities into employment and the innovative use of technology to support language learning.
- website: www.communityactiondacorum.org
- contact person: Musarat Inayat
- e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Association ARID is a proviate NGO located in Kraków, Poland. The scope of the Association's activities covers a variety of topics. The Association specializes in vocational training (VET) but also, in accordance with the idea of lifelong learning, conducts training for adults. The employees and trainers working in the Association are highly qualified staff in terms of both education and professional skills. In addition, the Association cooperates with numerous professionals (eg. beekeepers, teachers, farmers, agricultural advisers, social workers, prison employees, tutors of disabled people, etc.) as well as public and private institutions from various branches (eg. universities, research institutes, prison inspectorate, agricultural advisory centers, schools for disabled children, etc.). Since few years ARID actively participate in various international schemes, through a well-established network of partners abroad, based on the intense past experience. Association cooperates with more than 50 various international organizations from Europe and also from US and South America.
- website: www.arid.org.pl
- contact person: Maciej Dymacz
- e-mail: email@example.com
Growth Coop S.Coop.And
GrowthCoop is a recent organization but its member have a long experience in Education, Training and European Projects. The members of this organization are highly qualified professionals with a large experience in different professional sectors. The members of the organization have a great experience in the field of counselling, training in competences and skills as well as in offering consulting services. We work with people from different economic sectors and backgrounds promoting social inclusion, diversity and social entrepreneurship. Promoting values like social entrepreneurship, inter-culturally, sustainability, environment protection, circular economy, and other will make a better life for our future generations.
- website: www.growthcoop.eu
- contact person: Javier Morales
- e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Andragoski zavod Ljudska univerza Velenje
Ljudska univerza Velenje established in 1959 is public non-profit adult education institution providing education and support to various target groups. LUV takes an active part in regional community by improving the educational structure of the population, by motivating and informing the members of the community and by involving them in the formal and non-formal educational programmes. Staff of 22 is supported by over 60 contractual teachers. Programmes are intended for adults and youngsters. Programmes include primary school for adults, programmes for vocational secondary education, professional secondary education, language and ICT courses adapted to various target groups (NEETs, business sector, seniors), labour market orientation programmes, social activation programme, study courses, workshops, and national and international projects.
- website: www.lu-velenje.si
- contact person: Tadej Oprčkal
- e-mail: email@example.com
Asociación de Estudios Almerienses
The Association of Almerian Studies (AEA) is a state-run non-profit organization, founded on August 27, 2010, which dedicates its efforts to the help and integral support of the people,
through social intervention and integration labor. Its main purposes are the realization of all kinds of activities related to education and training, as well as complementary or accessory
operations for these purposes for the full development of employment and training. The mission of AEA focuses on the priority to make the socio-labor insertion of people a reality through training. The objective of AEA is to provide quality services in favor of the integral development of people in situations of exclusion through the acquisition and improvement of their personal autonomy and the social and work skills necessary for their full integration.
- website: www.estudiosalmerienses.com
- contact person: Dario Salguero Garcia
- e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Center For Promoting Lifelong Learning
Centrul Pentru Promovarea Invatarii Permanente – CPIP is a Romanian NGO that works in the area of Lifelong Learning since 2005. CPIP is committed to mainstreaming the principle of equal opportunities for all citizens in the public policies and associated practices, as an integral part of democratization and the creation of an open society. The vision of CPIP is a European one. Education overcomes the borders of scholarly age and training is a lifestyle that goes beyond the walls of a specialized institution. With this in mind, the CPIP team promotes a fundamental concept for our existence as specialists active in European construction: lifelong learning. The mission of CPIP is to bring forward the concept of lifelong learning and make it accessible to the communities with which we come into contact.
- website: www.cpip.ro
- contact person: Rodica Pana
- e-mail: email@example.com
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