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Asociación de Servicios a Empresas y Actividades Diversas de Madrid


The “Association of business services and other activities of Madrid”, Adesema, was founded in 2001, with the objective of involving those organizations and companies whose main activities are the services delivery to companies. The Association‘s scope of activity is Madrid. Adesema works with the organizations and companies which are specialised in some of the following activities of business services: legal activities, accounting activities, consultancy and professional advising, professional offices and technical studies, property management and other business and professional activities. Adesema is part of CEIM, Employers Confederation of Madrid - CEOE, participating actively in several of their working groups and committees, and in the National Association of Business Services to the Companies and Other Activities – ANESE. Adesema has also an extensive training programmes financed by ESF and by the Regional Employment Service focused on labour integration especially for unemployed.

Internet page: www.adsema.org



Аsociacion Еspañola de Direccion y Desarrollo de Personas


AEDIPE is a private, non-profit organization, established in 1965. It brings together professionals engaged in the leadership role and development of people, in public and /or private organizations, interested in human resources management. AEDIPE has also a wide network of national and international organizations specialized in human resources management such as the WFPM (World Federation of Personnel Management Associations), the  EAPM (European Association for Personnel Management) and other relevant bodies at EU and international level. AEDIPE  belongs to the  ETDF (European Training and Development Federation), organization which englobes 12 national associations on HR and trainings in Europe, representng more tan 125.000 people. AEDIPE activity focuses on holding seminars and conferences on topical issues, conducting Advanced Training Courses on Human Resources Management, on the Selection and Training and Development, counseling and participation in external events.

Internet page: www.aedipecentro.org

Berufsförderungswerk Nürnberg gemeinnützige Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung

The BFW Nürnberg has more than 30 years of experience in the field of vocational rehabilitation. In the centre and in 19 branch offices all over northern Bavaria at present more than 2000 students get a vocational qualification for the permanent integration to the first labor-market. It is our business to qualify people with special learning need. In the last years we enlarged our target groups of learners. They now include people with aphasia, hearing impairment etc. In European projects BFW is developing concepts and products to offer in the field of vocational education to companies and institutions. To reach the goals it is necessary for BFW to rely on the latest developments of communication technologies and media. That means that BFW use the internet, e-learning (Moodle) etc. intensively during lessons. Furthermore BFW uses an individual and holistic pedagogical approach, improving in any way the responsibility of  students for their learning efforts.

Internet page: www.bfw-nuernberg.de


Institut pour le Développement et la Formation


Created in 1985, IDFormation is an association (Law 1901) that manages a training center organized around different themes: Orientation / Assesment / Integration, Fight against illiteracy, ID Jeunesse focused on youth and education. Because of the complexity of profiles, ID Formation has developed a multidisciplinary team, and a local business network with a wide range of activities and sectors. Our Orientation / Assessment / Integration center develop its experience in: skills assessment (job seekers, employees), soft and professional skills assessment related to different jobs positions, certification on acquired experience, actions to encurage and support the public in unemplyement situation. The collaboration with the Ministry of Employment and Social Solidarity of Quebec led to a transfer of methodologies and tolos (accreditation of skills assessment method concerning the labor market insertion.

 Internet page: www.idf-corse.eu

Bulgarian Development Agency

Bulgarian Development Agency (BDA) is a non-profit association undertaking activities for public benefit, established in Sofia, Bulgaria. The association aims to contribute to the regional development as well as to promote the democratic and integration processes in the context of Knowledge society. It is to be achieved through elaboration, localization and transfer of innovative training and education products, materials and methodologies; analysis, transfer and dissemination of best practices; establishment and promotion of centres of excellence, establishment and popularization of VET networks; contribution to the process of elaboration of EQF and validation of non-formal and informal learning in VET, etc.

Internet page: www.bg-da.eu

Instituto de Soldadura e Qualidade


 ISQ is a private and independent technological institution founded in 1965 and runs operations in the EU, E Europe, Africa, Americas & China offering its experience on the fields of training, certifications, engineering studies, auditing and consulting for quality, research and development. ISQ has 986 workers. ISQ has extensive experience in all areas of the training cycle thus becoming one of the main national players in the fields of VET LLL, e-learning and knowledge management. ISQ has over 16 years of experience in coordinating EU funded projects and has promoted or participated in more than 100 projects in different EU programmes. Concerning the project scope, ISQ has vast experience in innovative learning paths and trainers training and certification, working closely with the Portuguese Institute for Employment and Training (IEFP) in this field and it has developed several tools and methodologies, including ICT, while working in national and international partnerships.

 Internet page: http://www.isq.pt/


European Network for Transfer and Exploitation of EU Project Results

 E.N.T.E.R. was founded to serve four main purposes:

  •  To support EU strategies through the dissemination and exploitation of project results
  • funded by European programmes for the  benefit of all European citizens.
  • To offer EU project coordinators the opportunity to disseminate information about their projects and their results to a broad  community of interested organisations and bodies.
  • To give European citizens and organisations the opportunity to regularly receive information about developments and results in the EU project community.
  • To give interested organisations the opportunity to find EU project groups and consortia for exchanging know-how and developing innovative project ideas.

Additionally to the services of the network, E.N.T.E.R. also acts proactively as project promoter, project partner and expert to foster dissemination and exploitation standards within the EU.

Internet page: www.enter-network.eu