BFI – Berufsförderungsinstitut Oberösterreich
BFI OOE is an Upper Austrian vocational training institution that meets the new requirements of labour in the 21st century. It has become a market leader in all forms of re-entry into the job market, second chance education and vocational qualification in health, social and other service jobs. An integrated spectrum of education and training covering all qualification levels – including university degrees – for both professional and occupational applications affords a significant edge to both single participants in training courses or seminars and to organisations, companies or special interest groups. A choice of about 8000 programmes a year is available at 22 locations in Upper Austria in the following fields:
- training and further education for technical and clerical professions, social professions and professions of the third sector; foreign languages, general vocational education and development of personality;
- officially recognised school and preparation for university-entry without A-levels (second chance – education), distance learning university
- Measures for social and vocational integration of disadvantaged groups into the Labour Market
BFI OOE | Raimundstr. 3-5 4021 Linz
Contact: Marlies Auer
+43 664 8543113
TRÀNSIT PROJECTES mission is to facilitate the access to the social and cultural capital of the citizens by the empowerment of people, the support to organisations and territorial development and innovation. It combines the management of a number of cultural and community centres in Barcelona area, cultural and creative productions and international vocation, specially in Europe and Latin America.
Marseille-Provence has been selected to be the European Capital of Culture in 2013. All year long, hundreds of cultural and artistic events will take place throughout the Provence region: in Aix-en-Provence, Arles, Aubagne, Gardanne, Istres, La Ciotat, Martigues, Salon-de-Provence and, of course, Marseille.
Marseille-Provence 2013 is a regional project. This means bringing together one hundred and thirty communes in the department Bouches-du-Rhônes, which represents more than 2,2 million inhabitants.
This regional dimension is a key to the cultural project and programming. Planned events include themed installations, itinerant projects and simultaneous events in multiple locations and art in the public arena. For Marseille-Provence 2013, it’s about inventing new ways of showcasing the region by working closely with local stakeholders and populations.
A multitude of disciplines are on the menu. The panel goes from dance to music, visual arts, theatre, circus, exhibitions, street art, literature, digital art, cuisine and cinema.
The year has been divided into tree chapters, which reflect specific characteristics of the region.
1. Chapter: Marseille-Provence welcoming the world, will focus in the regions tradition of hospitality, its cosmopolitan nature and unique vision of the world.
2. Chapter: Marseille-Provence open sky, in the summertime, the program shifts to nature, outdoor, open air concerts in original locations and the regions undiscovered gems.
3. Chapter: Marseille-Provence Land of thousand faces, will focus on the art and living together in public space, new contemporary writing and works for children and young people.
Each chapter features:
• the opening of new cultural venues,
• the opening of exhibitions,
• and major popular gatherings.
New cultural facilities, transforming urban landscapes, will also open their doors in 2013. Contemporary architects from France and elsewhere, have designed new venues for artistic creation and cultural exchanges in Marseille, Arles, Aix, and Aubagne. This includes museums, concert halls, galleries, and artist studios.
You can find the programme here.
Being partner of the Culture Pilots project develops Marseille-Provence 2013’s European dimension and helps the association implement participative projects throughout the region.
Marseille-Provence 2013 Maison Diamantée 1, Place Villeneuve Bargemon CS 2013 F-13201 Marseille Cedex 1 – France Contact: Ina Studenroth – Coordinator Culture Pilots +33 (0)4 91 13 13 12 Mail: email@example.com Website | Facebook | Twitter
UNION DES CENTRES SOCIAUX
The Bouches-du-Rhône Community Centers Federation (Union des Centres sociaux des Bouches-du-Rhône – UCS 13) gathers 48 community centres in the Bouches-du-Rhône area. Community centers are local equipments, open to everybody, offering a large choice of activities (sports, creative workshops, city-tours, holidays…) and services (kindergarden, play-schools, social worker counseling sessions…).
The community centers gathered by UCS 13 are managed by independent non profit organization, constituted mostly by inhabitants, who play a central role in the orientation and choice of activities and services.
UCS 13 aims to enhance their development, to promote the sharing of experiences and tools and to sustain the creation of new equipments. It also provides a technical support to its members in a wide range of fields such as management, accountancy, training, project definition.
UCS 13 Community Centers represent 1050 employees, and over 1800 volunteers taking part to their actions and governance boards, all working on an estimated zone of 400 000 inhabitants.
Union des Centres Sociaux des Bouches-du-Rhône Chargée de mission 8 Boulevard de Dunkerque – 13002 Marseille Contact: Carla Rasera Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel.: +33 04 96 11 53 65 | Port: +33 06 25 26 39 53 Website
Eurocultura is a no-profit research, training and career counselling organization set up in 1993. Our key competences are related to the labour market and training issues.
Our projects and activities are aimed at preventing unemployment by improving the employability of young people, women and workers at risk of expulsion from the labor market; at the promotion of international mobility of students and workers, at preventing and fighting against racism and prejudices, in supporting the environmental care.
focused on issues as vocational training, career counselling, employment, youth, migrants, women, granted by different European Programs.
Our main activities:
• development of training courses for trainers and students
• research and analysis
• e-learning courses and development of data-base
• disseminations of results
• organization of conferences
• Italian and transnational partner’s network coordination
We provide career advice and guidance to people seeking an experience abroad to implement their professional and personal skills in an international environment.
Our career guidance sets up an individual pathway that leads to an international experience starting from the detection of customer’s needs, potentiality and aims. We advise on active job and traineeship search strategies, vacancies, how to write an application, communication techniques for interviews, intercultural issues.
We cooperate with academic institutions, high schools and vocational training centers, youth information centers and private and public employment offices providing:
• lectures and seminars for career services officers, aimed to improve professional knowledge and competences in career guidance with an international perspective
• lectures and seminars for their clients, aimed to provide general frameworks and practical tools to implement an experience abroad
• individual career service
• support in developing activities related to international mobility.
TRAINEESHIPS IN VICENZA
Transnational mobility for the purpose of acquiring new skills is one of the fundamental ways in which individuals, particularly young people, can strengthen their future employability as well as their personal development.
Studies confirm that learning mobility adds to human capital, as students access new knowledge and develop new linguistic skills and intercultural competences. Furthermore, employers recognize and value these benefits.
Learning can also strengthen Europe’s competitiveness by helping to build a knowledge-intensive society, thereby contributing to the achievement of the objectives set out in the Lisbon strategy for growth and jobs.
Learning mobility has other positive features. It can, for example, help combat the risks of isolationism, protectionism and xenophobia which arise in times of economic crisis.
Since 1995 we are intermediate organization for international trainees in the frame of Leonardo Mobility and Erasmus placements programs.. We provide initial intensive Italian language and culture course and then work placement in a local company. Programs are lasting from 3 to 32 weeks.
Via del Mercato Nuovo 44G 36100 Vicenza – Italy Tel. +39 0444964770 – Fax +39 0444960129 – Mail: email@example.com
ISQ is a Global Network of Technology and Quality in, Lisbon, Portugal. ISQ is a non-profit private institution founded in 1965 offering its experience on the fields of technical inspections, certifications, audits, consulting, R&D and training services. ISQ also has experience in innovative learning paths and training methodologies, working closely with the Portuguese Institute for Employment and Training. ISQ is the coordinator of largest national network of Corporate Social Responsibility (with more than 250 member-organisations, www.rsopt.com)
Taguspark, Oeiras-Lisbon, Portugal Contact: Isabel Dias Nunes Tel: +351 214234046 Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website