The Center for Education and Enterprise Support

The Association operates from 30.06.2004 conducting activities related to the support and promotion of modern education and entrepreneurship, scientific research and consulting, conducting training, publishing, marketing, consulting and advertising activities. The Association provides services to support education through the implementation of transnational education projects aimed at young people and the organization of training. It also runs a consulting support for companies operating in the Subcarpathian region and Lesser Poland region and implements investment projects aimed at improving the quality of business support services. The Association is active in the field of science, expressed in the commitment to research projects and conducting its own analyzes of society.

Address
Hoffmanowej 19
35-016 Rzeszów
P: +48 17 853 66 72
 


The Spanish Confederation of Education and Training Centers

CECE is a non-profit employers ́ professional organization founded in 1977. It represents a wide educational sector in Spain from nursery school to university level. It has more than 5,000 Educa tion and Training Centers among its members. CECE’s institutional roles are: the management of updating educational agreements; the negotiation of collective agreements for this sector; the representation of this sector in the collegiate boards; institutional presence in the Spanish Employers’ Organization (CEOE) and in some international organizations in which it takes an active role, as well as liaising with Education Public Authorities. CECE is member of the following international orga nizations: EFVET (European Forum for Technical and Vocational Education and Training), ESHA (European School Headmaster Association) and ECNAIS (European Council of National Associations of Independent Schools).

Address
Marqués de Mondéjar
29 - 31, 1ª planta - 28028 Madrid
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MITRA

Mittetulundusühing MITRA is non-governmental organisation founded in Estonia in 2012 by volunteers with experience in European projects such as Youth in Action, NordPlus, EuropeAid, DAPHNE, Grundtvig and Leonardo da Vinci Partnership. One of the aims of M ITRA is involving disadvantaged people-unemployed, national minorities, low educated and people without professional qualifications - in active life, to motivate them to learn and avoid social exclusion. MITRA works with these target groups on the local, national and European levels.

Contact
Pavel Smulski, MITRA president
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CENTRO SERVIZI PER IL VOLONTARIATO – VOL.TO

Volontariarto Torino - Vol.To is the new Volunteer Support Centre born by the fusion of V.S.S.P. and Idea Solidale, the two former Volunteer Centre of Turin1. Vol.To is an umbrella non profit organization with 157 member organizations and a network of more than 1300 voluntary associations, the Centre functions as Service Centre for Voluntary Association according to the national regulations for volunteering (L. n. 266 dated 11th August 1991; M.D. dated 8th October 1997). The new Volunteer Centre merged the experiences and the staff from V.S.S.P. and Idea Solidale, becoming one of the five biggest Volunteers Support Centre in Italy. Vol.To is also member CSVnet the the National Coordination of Services Centres, it is represented within board of directors. Vol.To works to provide free services (such as training, consultancy, planning assistance) to assist the voluntary associations in the Province of Turin. Thanks to its key position within the volunteering network in Turin and in Italy Vol.to aims at generate new opportunity for the territory.

Address
Via Giolitti, 21
10123 Torino
800/590000
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Reading and Writing for Critical Thinking International Consortium

Consortiul International Lectura si Scrierea pentru Dezvoltarea Gandirii Critice (in English: Reading and Writing for Critical Thinking International Consortium – RWCT IC; see www.rwctic.org) is a global community of educators collaborating across cultures and boundaries to enhance understanding of teaching and learning by engaging teachers and learners in critical reflection. We promote critical thinking education across the education system around the world. We define critical thinking as an independent, self - reliant form of social thinking, which begins with posing questions and raising problems, and requires reasoned arguments while identifying answers and solutions . Critical thinkers develop their own solutions to problems, and they support those soluti ons with good arguments and convincing reasons. They recognize that more than one possible solution exists, and therefore they work to demonstrate why their preferred solution is logical and practical (Klooster, 2001).

Contacts
Maria Kovacs,executive director
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Ariana-Stanca Vacaretu, project manager
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Leido Academy

Leido is a nation - wide operating network of organization in the Netherlands. It is involved in lifelong learning, bringing together people working in institutions for vocational education and training and higher education institutions to facilitate discussions. We use a variety of activities for accommodating the discussion, the outcomes of which we publish in newsletters, reports and other documents to feed the public discussion. Leido was founded in 2003. The management of the network and the working groups are headed by people who also work or have been working in vocational and professional education, not as managers, but as coordi nators, teachers, tutors, professionals in quality assurance, curriculum developers, etc. This ensures that the discussions really pertain to practical aspects affairs, knowing that problems have to be simply solved. This is what makes Leido unique.

Address
Leido Academy
Postbus 15373
1001 MJ Amsterdam
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