Our Partners

CCW-Training Academy

CCW-Training Academy is a private vocational training provider and consultant based in Cardiff City Centre in Wales, UK. They deliver quality training, consultation and employability skills training for the Welsh Government, corporate clients, SMEs’ and individuals. CCW-Training Academy is an accredited ilm and BCS centre, providing accredited courses and qualifications alongside the delivery of practical training courses. CCW offers a wide variety of services including training in digital skills and media, Leadership and Management, employability skills, and working on Erasmus+ projects (KA1 & KA2), and many vocational training courses.


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CESIE is a non-governmental organisation, established in 2001, inspired by the work and theories of the Italian sociologist Danilo Dolci (1924-1997). CESIE contributes to the active participation of people, civil societies and institutions through the implementation of projects on various thematic areas, towards the promotion of growth and development, always valuing diversity in the respect of ethics and human development.
Our MISSION is to promote growth through innovative and participative educational approaches.
Our objectives are:

  • To improve lifelong education in Europe through transnational projects involving local communities
  • To promote sustainable development of neighbouring regions and beyond through training and education
  • To foster progress and innovation in Higher Education and Research
  • To support learning mobility for people of all ages, across borders and sectors
  • To stimulate local growth by adapting international good practices and methods


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Europejskie Forum Młodzieży (EFM) is an independent, non-governmental organisation which has been active since 1995 at local, regional, national and international levels. We engage with young people, particularly those from low income areas, living in small towns and rural villages, who may struggle with aspects of social mobility and employability.

Our activities include workshops and training, international youth exchanges, European Voluntary Service, Vocational Education Training, national and trans-national youth initiatives, conferences and seminars. EFM is an accredited organization, recognized by the Polish National Agency of the “Erasmus+ Programme” for sending, hosting and coordinating EVS projects.

Since its conception, EFM staff have been involved in supporting young people through non-formal educational methods, as well as cooperating with multinational organizations, youth exchanges, seminars and international workshops.

SophieDelebarre Conseil

SophieDelebarre Conseil was created in May, 2013. It has invested in various projects and local initiatives that have contributed to the production of new models of development: territorial projects for sustainable development, economy of the functionality, territorial resilience, citizen indicators of development, participative democracy, empowerment of the citizen, inter-generational solidarities, participative evaluation, European citizenship, associative initiatives, social inclusion, professional inclusion, etc. SophieDelebarre Conseil has a real experience in engineering, animation and evaluation of European projects for the development and transfer of social innovation. In the field of international mobility the young people, Sophie Delebarre was involved with in the European partnerships, contributed to the creation of methodologies, training or tools, and evaluation frames to develop mobility for people with fewer opportunities.


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Since its creation in Roubaix in 1999, the “Association pour le Développement des Initiatives Citoyennes et Européennes” (ADICE) has been promoting equal opportunities by enabling those with fewer opportunities to experience living abroad, through various French and European mobility programmes. ADICE’s objective is to make mobility a tool, a means of improving the employability of young people. ADICE believes that mobility is an opportunity to learn and grow that will enrich participants’ values and resources and enable them to acquire useful skills for implementing their personal and career plans. From this standpoint, mobility is an advantage in accessing employment: independence, initiative, responsibility, a sense of organisation, open-mindedness, etc., these are all important general and multidisciplinary skills in employers’ eyes.